Center for Open Data Enterprise
New report: Align open data, open source and cloud policies for maximum value
A new report from the IBM Center for the Business of Government in collaboration with the Center for Open Data Enterprise analyzes “open” government policies and shows how they can be made more effective.
Open data: A critical tool for police reform and racial equity
In a new op-ed, members of CODE make the case that improved policing data is needed to reform the criminal justice system and should be a major priority for the Biden administration.
Open data: A critical tool for the new administration’s COVID-19 strategy
In a contributed op-ed, members of the Center for Open Data Enterprise give recommendations for ways the next administration can use social determinants of health data to fight COVID-19.
Leveraging data to address Sickle Cell Disease
In this op-ed, CODE's Temilola Afolabi says defeating SCD will need to begin with data – data for understanding the disease, for addressing it through the healthcare system, and for developing better, sustainable treatments.
Needed to fight COVID-19: A program for data on social determinants of health
While recent pandemic data models have been valuable, most of them have left out a critical component: the impact of social context on illness and its relevance to COVID-19.
How HHS Can Use Social Data for Better Healthcare
In this op-ed, the Center for Open Data Enterprise recaps the recent Roundtable on Leveraging Data on the Social Determinants of Health, co-hosted with HHS.