FedScoop: CDC looks to improve internal data sharing with centralized, cloud-based ecosystem

“The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention launched a centralized, cloud-based data ecosystem to streamline intra-agency information sharing, according to the deputy director for public health science and surveillance.

Speaking during the National Center for Health Statistics Board of Scientific Counselors meeting Thursday, Dan Jernigan said the Enterprise Data Analytics and Visualization (EDAV) platform lets CDC scientists catalog, analyze and publish findings faster…”

“Next, the agency’s Data Modernization Initiative (DMI) will connect EDAV core services with its Microsoft Azure cloud environment to rearchitect siloed systems like ArboNET, used to share arbovirus case information.

While Azure is the primary EDAV environment, the CDC sees itself as a multi-cloud environment, and future building blocks and applications will be cloud agnostic “as much as possible…”

“Lastly, the CDC is holding listening sessions with potential private sector partners on the development of prototypes that will further the DMI…” Read the full article here.

Source: CDC looks to improve internal data sharing with centralized, cloud-based ecosystem – By Dave Nyczepir, May 27, 2022. FedScoop.

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