As COVID-19 came crashing down on the U.S. like a wave, first striking the West Coast before spilling into the rest of the country, state and local governments relied on one another to fine-tune their responses.
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“There isn’t a big data silver bullet. You have to tie together the infrastructure, systems and security with a flexible analytical framework.”
Even with the sudden shift of circumstance, security experts had already foreseen the eventual need for distributed, remotely applied security.
While no agency was totally ready to handle COVID-19, the ones quickest to their feet had widespread data literacy and readymade use cases.
While with a vaccine and the right response, the pandemic itself will fade, its long-term health impacts will live with those who contracted and survived the virus. Interoperable, nuanced data will be vital to treating their conditions.
In an interview with GovLoop, an expert shared three areas agencies should focus on to adapt to an environment where employees can work with data anywhere.
As work and home lives tango during COVID-19, employees are tuning their schedules to the remote work rhythm that best suits them.
By the count of a recent GovLoop survey, public service has held up pretty well six months later considering the unscripted, tumultuous changes of COVID-19.
In this blog post, we define the terms and explain the connections of a modern software factory.
The reason DoD is able to thrive on the AI frontier, where so many agencies have barely trodden, is its central platform for data tools and services.