Helping Tribal, State, and Local Governments with Local Address Data Collection
Develop resources that help tribal, state, and local governments to create and maintain open address point data. These resources might include: • Tools that can be used in the field and in the office to collect, geocode, validate, maintain and share data • “Seed” data that can serve as a starting point for data collection and can be shared openly (address lists, address point data, parcel data, structure outlines) • Linkages to open data sharing platforms
Using Geospatial Data to Help People Prepare for Disasters
Create digital tools that use data to help individuals and community leaders gain a better understanding of national and community hazards and threats and enable the public to take appropriate preparedness actions.
Harnessing Data and Leveraging Digital Tools to Combat the Opioid Crisis
Create digital tools and data sharing capabilities to support decisions across the broad range of stakeholders responding to the opioid crisis, such as public health, public safety, law enforcement, community groups, the private sector, and individuals.
White House Office of Science and Technology Policy
Physicians, hospitals (care providers); CMS, insurers, VA (payers); patients; researchers; public health professionals; State and Local Health Departments; Policy makers; Elected Officials, Law Enforcement
Identifying and Strengthening Civic Environmental Stewardship
Develop tools that visualize and provide access to the patterns, overlaps, and gaps in environmental stewardship efforts in order to identify local civic groups that support community quality of life and well-being, strengthen community resilience and emergency preparedness, and amplify positive outcomes.