CACI’s COVID-19 Local Government Data Initiative

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Between April and the end of June, CACI’s COVID-19 Local Government Data Initiative (CV-19 LGDI) provided free access to up-to-date data and intelligence to support local authorities as part of their coronavirus response and recovery activities. This insight has provided a detailed understanding of the demographic, lifestyle, behavioural and health characteristics of local residents, particularly those at-risk and vulnerable groups identified by the Government at the beginning of lockdown and those who have emerged as we entered the recovery phase.

Many authorities who have been actively making use of CACI’s data as part of this initiative have typically benefited from the following;

  • Up-to-date understanding of residents’ health and wellbeing
  • Deliver relevant support to those disadvantaged residents who are financially vulnerable and those who face acute hardship
  • Better insight about those who are shielding
  • Understanding changes to those residents claiming benefits
  • Assessing increases in demand for specific services
  • Develop and implement communications and engagement based on preference
  • Prioritising the delivery of food parcels
  • Underpinning Council’ emergency response and recovery plans

If your organisation is interested in finding out more about CACI’s Acorn Datasets, income data and vulnerability indicators to support ongoing COVID-19 recovering activities and planning as well as tackle wider policy issues please fill in your details to arrange a call with our Public Sector specialists.