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Stories about state and local government using data and analytics capabilities to streamline operations, work more efficiently and provide public services as effectively as possible.

The Indiana Management Performance Hub has played a key role in the state’s data-driven pandemic response strategy, as well as helping the state center data in its overall approach to governing.
After grappling with development delays, Alaska has launched a contact tracing app that lets users know in confidence when they come close to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.
The partnership adds data analytics into Cardinality's apps for various health and human services functions, fresh off the heels of an acquisition in the claims and disbursement management space.
In May 2020, after a special session there, the state Legislature earmarked $15 million in CARES federal relief money for tenants struggling to pay their rent because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The move comes as Rubicon, which offers software and hardware to help cities optimize and collect data from trash and recycling pickup, prepares to enter the stock market via a special purpose acquisition company.
According to research, Washington's digital contact tracing app, WA Notify, plays a key part in COVID prevention. It gains about 2,000 users each week and utilizes Bluetooth to measure proximity between users.
The editorial board of the Orange County Register sees an emergency unfolding in public education, with California’s test scores reflecting plummeting competency amid soaring absenteeism and mental health concerns.
To make critical information readily available to residents so they can make informed decisions about COVID-19, San Bernardino County, Calif’s Dashboard Hub collates and visualizes data as conditions change over time.
A new working paper by two economics professors from the University of Oregon uses data from the popular development website GitHub to examine the pandemic's effect on activity among GitHub users.
Waze, a navigation app owned by Google, has partnered with Norfolk, Va., to pilot an app that will allow drivers to get real-time information about flooded roads. The alert system was set up Monday.