Whitepaper: How Government Agencies Can Use Data to Manage Through a Crisis
Emergency preparation and response is a core function of government. From natural and man-made disasters, to events such as public heath outbreaks, government agencies at the federal, state, and local levels need internal and external data to understand the impacts, evaluate decisions, and to ultimately respond and recover. Organizations also need the capability to share relevant data with internal stakeholders, across agencies, and with the general public.
In a crisis, ad hoc decision-making isn’t sustainable, or recommended. Government entities have learned that being data-driven is at the heart of being mission-driven. Read how organizations can leverage data and analytics to create dashboards and visualizations that transform complex information into actionable insights.
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