Collecting and consuming data are every-day activities for the Organization of Fish and Wildlife Information Managers (OFWIM). In order for the OFWIM to fulfill its purpose of managing and conserving natural resources, they rely on the free exchange of data between fish and wildlife managers. Part of their vision is to bridge natural resource and technical disciplines to promote partnering, collaboration, idea sharing, and best practices in management.

In this webinar Jeanette Jones from the OFWIM and Jacob Holdaway from Qualtrics team up to present on the vision & purpose of OFWIM as well as best practices for setting forth organization-wide data collection standards.

  • Data Security
  • Audit trial visibility
  • Scale and scoring
  • Sharing and collaboration of data
  • Minimal/threshold data requirement
  • Cadence and speed of data
  • Digestion/dash-boarding of data

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Jeanette Jones, President, Organization of Fish and Wildlife Information Managers (OFWIM)

Jacob Holdaway, State and Local Government, Qualtrics


Wednesday, February 1st
10 am PST | 1 pm EST