Cities are looking to take advantage of data-driven transportation tools for policymaking, particularly as they look for economic recovery opportunities.
The pandemic has demonstrated that data-centered leaders must become a part of the emergency response playbook.
Analytics technology can pore through thousands of unemployment claims filed across many different accounts, reducing fraud and adding speed and confidence to the payment process.
In government, the right display technology can help agencies reopen safely now and support effective collaboration in the future.
In a recent online forum, researchers discussed how to view maps not as 2D pieces of paper but as a systems involving user data and representation.
In times of crisis, agencies know that decision-making ability and response time are only as good as the information in their supplier database.
An essential element for recovery planning collecting and analyzing data to help policy-makers understand how workforce, health care and social services programs interact with one another, a new report says.
A lack of anti-fraud measures, bypassed processes that had been in place to help verify benefit claims and data inaccuracies -- combined with the rampant availability of cheap, stolen account credentials and personally identifiable information on dark web markets -- has led to an unprecedented increase in unemployment fraud.
When it comes to data usage, smart public- and private-sector organizations are taking a cue from the nations’ founding fathers and structuring hierarchy, control and autonomy in their data’s governance.
Data system problems left California with a backlog of about 300,000 lab reports.