The Air Force’s Visible, Accessible, Understandable, Linked and Trustworthy platform gives personnel secure, cloud-based tools for connecting with data that is essential to mission and readiness success.
HALO facilitates sharing medical data about wounded soldiers in real time, facilitating treatment from the point of injury through field hospitals and other facilities.
To make the massive Home Mortgage Disclosure Act data more accessible to the public, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau focused on user feedback as it built a browser that filtered data from over 35 million records.
MyPerformance gives managers and employees real-time access to performance evaluations.
The Department of Labor’s IT platform modernization initiative is a muscular aggregation of cloud services, content management, service management, enterprise scanning and data analytics built on an enterprisewide IT backbone.
The Pennsylvania Department of Revenue leveraged behavior science to get taxpayers’ attention and encourage payment with creatively designed notices.
The Social Security Administration is fighting synthetic identity fraud through a new enrollment service that emphasizes authentication and authorization.
The data sharing platform offers community-level analysis of data and machine learning models to help officials anticipate emerging risks and respond proactively as the pandemic evolves.
These projects at the federal, state and local levels show just how transformative government IT can be.
The model draws on a variety of data sources to create alternate scenarios that can tell us what could have happened if a county in the U.S. had a higher or lower rate of mask adherence.