Johns Hopkins University
The pandemic made open data bigger than ever. But it's still pretty messy.
COVID-19 radically increased the public's appetite for data. But a year in, political shenanigans and limited federal standards make it difficult to fully understand the public health crisis.
Automated cyberthreat intelligence pilot reduced states' response times to minutes
States that participated in the pilot cut the time needed to block malicious domains from three days to three minutes.
Coronavirus data errors reveal 'uncharted waters' for states
Counting errors, political feuds and a lack of common data governance is making it more difficult for states to get control of the pandemic, a government data expert said.
Four states join cybersecurity automation pilot
Arizona, Louisiana, Massachusetts and Texas are working with a Johns Hopkins University lab to speed up how they react to threat intelligence.
Johns Hopkins University expands data programs for local governments
The Center for Government Excellence is being expanded into a larger think tank that includes applied research and online courses in data science for city officials.