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Tyler Kleykamp

Tyler Kleykamp is the state of Connecticut’s Chief Data Officer, within the Office of Policy and Management (OPM); and is responsible for directing, managing, and overseeing staff and activities related to the collection, analysis, and dissemination of the state's enterprise information assets. In doing so, he leads the state’s efforts to use data to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of state programs and policies. Tyler has previously served as chair of the Connecticut Geospatial Information Systems (GIS) Council as well as the state GIS Coordinator. In addition, he has led numerous initiatives to improve data and information sharing including; emergency management and disaster response, transparency and accountability during the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act; and land use and economic development activities.

 
The State CDO Network, convened by the Beeck Center for Social Impact and Innovation at Georgetown University, met in January to reflect on their role in their state’s pandemic response and set priorities for 2021.
The updated maps show about 400 pieces of property in the county have either been placed inside a flood hazard zone — meaning building owners could be required to purchase flood insurance — or have been removed from such a zone.
Across the United States, relatively few of the destructive storms have been confirmed so far.
The emergency brought two crises: The flood and the immediate damage, and the after effects victims wouldn’t see for months.