Every day, public servants make life-impacting decisions around incredibly difficult issues like allocating supportive housing, treating mental health crises, and reducing mass incarceration.  These issues often overlap and far too often, decisions around them are made with frustratingly incomplete data.

When jurisdictions are able to safely share their data across departments, each and every department gets closer to delivering on the promise of liberty and justice for all.

Come with questions and join us for a conversation about how some local governments have successfully used technology to get the right data to the right people at the right time.

Getting the Right Data to the Right People at the Right Time


Lynn Overmann
Senior Data Strategist, Opportunity Insights
David Schwindt
Data-Driven Justice Project Manager/Police Officer, Iowa City Police Department
Erin Dalton
Deputy Director, Office of Analytics, Technology and Planning, Allegheny County Department of Human Services
Chris Schneweis
Senior Management Analyst/HIPAA Privacy Officer, Johnson County, Kansas