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City governments and transit agencies are on the front lines of responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and are rapidly developing policies and projects for this emergency.

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Innovation Defined: What Is a Data Inventory?

Any city leader who’s keen to use data to drive smart decisions has faced the same problem before: They know a certain dataset must exist somewhere in city hall’s computers. But where?

Innovation Defined: Data Quality Problems and Solutions

Good data quality is an essential foundation for any city. But how is “quality” defined, how is it assessed, and how is it achieved?

Innovation Defined: What Is Data Governance?

What is data governance, how do organizations get it done, and why does it matter? Johns Hopkins University’s Centers for Civil Impact have the answers.

How to reopen culture during COVID

When COVID-19 hit, cities across the country closed the doors to cultural centers to help stop the spread of the virus. It was an essential move to safeguard the public’s health, but it also put many cultural institutions in precarious economic situations and cut residents off from some of what’s best about being in a city. Here, Bloomberg Philanthropies outlines key steps cities and cultural centers can take to reopen their doors safely.

How street design can speed the road to recovery

Streets for Pandemic Response and Recovery compiles emerging practices from around the world and includes implementation resources for cities and their partners.

Recovery and equity in a challenged economy

Bloomberg Associates launched the Economic Response and Recovery Program to help cities rapidly and effectively respond to the economic impact of the COVID-19 crisis and work towards recovery.