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In the state with the highest number of COVID-19 related casualties, New York City has been hit hard. GovLoop spoke with Kelly Jin to find out what kinds of challenges and solutions the analytics team has found along the way.
Improve your state’s data analytics initiatives by partnering with urban science programs that offer the policy know-how you need.
This is just one example of the power of an initiative that is still in its most nascent stage. With respects to open data and building trust in government, the best is yet to come.
Here’s why you should consider disconnecting from social media.
Data drills are a mechanism for helping a city to baseline where they are with citywide data practices. They’re also a mechanism for helping a city improve their ability to identify, understand and use data to solve a city challenge when requested.
Faster than a speeding bullet, stronger than a locomotive, it’s – it’s…the intern? As young professionals starting out, we often visualize our ultimate titles as Senior Project Manager, or CEO, or even President. But we don’t usually think of ourselves as heroes, let alone superheroes, even when we’re saving the day behind the scenes inRead… Read more »
Data analytics is changing the way governments make decisions. But while the benefits of data analytics have often been touted, it can still be difficult to know how to incorporate data into your agency operations and what to look for in analytics tools.
New York is the latest US city to announce a municipal ID service like in San Francisco and New Haven. There has been extensive coverage of the challenges other cities have faced and the potential to help marginalized groups like the homeless, undocumented immigrants and foster children. What can we learn from the challenges otherRead… Read more »
London’s doing it. And now it’s New York’s moment to systemically address traffic-related injuries and fatalities. Pedestrian fatalities have dropped by over 75% in London since the late 1980s, and this is because of stronger laws. Transport for London estimates that cameras at high-crash locations and other precautions prevent 500 deaths or serious injuries eachRead… Read more »