CDN / CHHS COVID-Related Efforts Highlighted in Newest AISP Article

In its newest article, COVID-19 Crisis and Recovery, Actionable Intelligence for Social Policy (AISP) touted our partnership with the state and OpenLattice to build and launch, an online tool to connect essential workers to available child care slots, as an example of how integrated administrative data has been applied – and proven helpful – in the context of state-level crisis response and rebuilding. In addition to reinforcing how such projects can meet immediate, pressing, and concrete family needs, the article also highlights how these efforts became opportunities to validate the CHHS Data Hub, a secure, cloud-based research enclave for hosting linked research data sets, which was at that time, still under development, and routinize processes related to efficient data sharing and analysis.

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