In the light of the pandemic, data analytics will be crucial for delivering the necessary insights states need to develop their mitigation strategies and federal grant investment decisions, according to a new report.
An open-source project that collects, quantifies and visualizes federal and state regulatory text allows policymakers to analyze the data when making decisions on regulations.
The v-safe registry lets inoculated people report their experiences, including serious suspected side effects, directly to the CDC through smartphones, adding to the data gathered from clinical trials and other safety monitoring systems.
The Bureau of Land Management is looking for GIS services that would help it better estimate compensatory mitigation costs for solar projects and restoring habitat for threatened and endangered species.
The U.S. Postal Service’s investment in data analytics across the supply chain will help drive its transformation, the inspector general said in a recent report.
While data exists to help health authorities or researchers better understand many complex problems – like racism, obesity and opioid abuse, data protection laws often get in the way.
Smart data integration and secure management of digital identities will help local governments better serve their communities, a new report says.
At least a dozen states are giving residents access to the software and web tools needed to map out how their government should represent them.
Just as hurricane warnings are needed ahead of storm, full information on COVID-19 cases, deaths and hospitalizations is vital during the pandemic, public health experts say.
Agencies can apply for a free three-month license to Nexar’s CityStream service that delivers crowdsourced dashcam data for insights into how work zones affect traffic and safety.