Software powered by clinical and administrative business intelligence thats allow real-time monitoring and timely action can help prevent veteran suicide.
Besides ramping up automated online services, many agencies gained deeper insights into what citizens really needed.
The Office of Naval Research is testing whether technology can help it spot dips in warfighters’ performance or lethality.
The Department of Energy is investing $13.7 million in projects that will address the challenges of moving, storing and processing the massive datasets.
Advances in immunization information systems and contact tracing are a few example of progress made during the pandemic that will set the tone for years to come.
Hawaii has become the latest state to allow residents to upload and verify their COVID-19 vaccination status.
Between delayed census redistricting data, increased public interest and access to online redistricting tools, states could see a record number of challenges to maps being drawn with the new data.
To better spot infections before cases spike, the Virginia Department of Health’s wastewater surveillance testing program will start receiving data weekly from 25 sites selected based on geographical location and population-testing rates.
Washoe County, Nev., turned to Esri ArcGIS to create a dashboard that would monitor the virus’ progression through the area.
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.