State Data Plan - Focal Points

The following are suggested areas to focus state agency efforts to integrate and analyze data to improve outcomes. Your feedback will help us refine these and make sure we're focused on important areas!
Education & Workforce Development:
Build upon and scale the P20 WIN longitudinal data system to include occupational and professional licensing data and early childhood data. Establish sustainable and efficient mechanisms to integrate and match data across systems such that the amount of time analyzing data is greater than the amount of time acquiring and preparing data.
Enterprise Master Person Index:
Continue efforts to establish a master person index among various health and human services agencies to support data integration at both an operational or case management level as well as to support anonymized integrated datasets for research and evaluation purposes.
Fraud, Waste, and Abuse:
Scale the analytical capabilities currently in place to onboard additional agencies and data sources to support the state efforts to detect fraud, waste, and abuse associated with state supported assistance programs.
Enhance both the coordination of data analytics around opioid abuse and overdoses and facilitate timelier sharing of data among local, state, and federal government agencies.
Leverage data to support strengthening the state’s resiliency to extreme weather events including hurricanes, flooding, extreme heat, and slow onset events such as sea-level rise.
Traffic Safety:
Support existing efforts based on the National Governor's Association learning lab focused on state strategies to improve statewide data use and sharing to reduce traffic fatalities and injuries.
Economic Development:
Undertake efforts to support economic development in the state by making additional data to support the state’s business development efforts available to key stakeholders. Integrate data from various state agencies to support streamlined and efficient business processes.

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