How to use data platforms for better local decision making

Hawa Barrie
Hawa Barrie

Cities have been experimenting with data platforms for a while now. Technology evolves quickly, but local governments are also adapting quickly to new tools and possibilities to improve service delivery.

Two cities, Prague, Czech Republic and Amman, Jordan will be sharing their experiences online  on the topic ‘ How to use data platforms for better local decision making'  on the 5th of October 2023.

During the COVID-19 crisis, the Great Amman Municipality analyzed what were its gaps in the delivery of key services to improve its response capacity for future emergencies and prioritize its investment to help its most vulnerable communities. Amman will be presenting  the project “Amman is Listening” builds on the experience of “reachability maps” generated during the pandemic to deliver food and healthcare.

As part of UNDP's Local solution series, the city is launching an interactive, open-data platform for residents to elevate concerns and inform the deployment of critical city services in real-time. By translating resident-driven data into usable knowledge, the city hopes to optimize service provision for a wide range of critical services, especially during times of crisis.

 Prague will be  is presenting   the Prague Data Platform called “Golemio” an open-source solution providing business intelligence to decision-makers as well as to other city-owned companies on a B2B model of collaboration with performance-based SLAs which has been in operation since 2017.

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