TCG is Preparing Data Visualization and Analysis for the SEC's Quantitative Research Program
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has selected Washington, D.C.-based TCG to assist the data visualization efforts of its Quantitative Research Analytical Data Support program. Under the $5.6 million, four-year task order, TCG will support knowledge sharing, data display and data analysis throughout SEC, the company reported. In addition, TCG will provide project management, web development and technical writing support for the SEC’s Data Insights and Data Visualization initiatives of the recently-created Office of the Chief Data Officer. The SEC's initiatives aim to make important analytical work done by teh agency's experts accessible throughout the Commission. TCG will work with SEC staff to create and publish interactive, web-based visualizations and other digital content that will help streamline knowledge management and sharing throughout the Commission.
“Helping SEC experts in highly specialized fields to share data and knowledge across disciplinary lines is important to the agency’s mission,” said Daniel Turner, president of TCG. “We’re focused on improving the world around us, in big ways and small, every day. Through this task, the SEC will increase the visibility and dissemination of complex, analytical work throughout the Commission. That will ultimately help the agency promote a market environment that is worthy of the public’s trust and support the growth of the economy.”