Jurisdictions should deploy new federal dollars strategically to achieve broad, long-term impacts – not just spend dollars on a to-do list of projects. The severity of what households and businesses have endured over the past year calls for something larger than business-as-usual. And this kind of strategic decision making should be guided by relevant data about the nature of the places in which we all live.
PolicyMap Chief Data Officer Elizabeth Nash joined the second cohort of the Aspen Tech Policy Hub’s Tech Executive Leadership Initiative (TELI). TELI attracts and trains leaders across the U.S. to effectively engage with government by learning how government works and how to lead in support of government. TELI is a collaboration of the Aspen Tech […]
PolicyMap CEO and Founder Maggie McCullough talks with TechEnabled John Bailey about the many uses PolicyMap offers to policymakers and government officials.
PolicyMap is working with the SBA to help small businesses determine whether they meet one of the criteria to be eligible for COVID-19 Targeted Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) funding. The PolicyMap EIDL mapping tool provides an eligibility lookup for businesses in low-income areas.
The most recent 5-year estimates (2015-2019) from the ACS are now on PolicyMap. New indicators regarding race and ethnicity allow us to dig deeper into the increasingly diverse population in the United States.