Technology-enabled data and analytics strategy can unlock hidden value for government agencies through increased transparency, proactive risk management, integrated automation and predictive analytics.
LOC is looking for researchers to experiment with the tools, cost structures and technologies that will make its massive collections widely available to data-driven research.
To run more efficient forensic investigations, IT managers must uncover, manage and leverage all the data extracted from smartphones, computers and the cloud.
Crossroads will replace the existing Trinity supercomputer and will be used by scientists to support the Stockpile Stewardship Program.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology is asking the public to help it find new ways to de-identify public safety datasets so researchers and policy makers can glean insights while protecting individual privacy.
The CARES Act Funding Outcomes Dashboard helps Pierce County, Wash., monitor funding and key performance indicators for public health emergency response, economic stabilization and recovery, community response and resilience, and essential government services.
Using open source data and a custom-developed Python application, developers built an easy-to-use, automatically-updating dashboard.
The Department of Health and Human Services plans to test wastewater in 42 states for signs of the COVID-19 virus.
Data drills help cities develop coordinated, data-driven crisis response plans by identifying key players, valuable datasets, useful technologies and data governance challenges before disaster strikes.
During a disaster, looking at a range of possibilities, rather than a target number, gives emergency planners a better way to gauge risk.