CACI’s data and intelligence has always been used by local government as a way of understanding the local community better, helping to improve decision-making and serving as an evidence base to underpin service delivery strategies. Many authorities made use of their data to support COVID-19 activities throughout both lockdowns and as the country felt the effects of measures associated with the tiered system.
Their blog provides useful insight about what we’ve learnt about our communities in the wake of coronavirus and how data can be used to support our recovery, to access this simply click here.
Although vaccines are being rolled out, the rapid increase in positive cases mean it’s likely that we’ll be living with COVID measures for some time yet. If the public sector is to be able to truly continue to deliver services to the wider community and those vulnerable groups, local authorities must be able to access and use the most up-to-date data sources to support their response to the pandemic.
As part of CACI’s ongoing commitment to the public sector they have decided to reboot their CV-19 Local Government Data Initiative, providing free access (subject to contract) to a number of relevant datasets to support COVID only related activities until the end of February 2021.
If you would like to take advantage of this offer, click the link and complete the requested information. CACI will then arrange a call to discuss your requirements and talk through next steps to share the data with your organisation