National Review: COVID-19 Technology and GIS Lessons Learned

Data-driven decision support tools and technology have been essential at all levels in our nation's response to COVID-19. The nationwide demand for location-based data analytics and technology spurred by COVID-19 has highlighted barriers in data sharing, technology and policy gaps, and other trouble spots in our pandemic preparedness and response capabilities. As we continue to respond to COVID-19 and prepare for future pandemics, capturing lessons learned and codifying improvement areas are vital in our effort to take corrective actions that increase preparedness and improve response operations. This session will provide a brief review of the initial lessons learned and findings from the COVID-19 Technology & GIS After-Action Review process jointly led by NAPSG Foundation, NSGIC, and URISA.

Presented by Rebecca Harned, Senior Director, National Alliance for Public Safety GIS Foundation

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