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Bloomberg study reveals ‘huge gap’ in data know-how

UNITED STATES

A new report conducted by Bridgespan Analysis and Bloomberg Philanthropies finds that although city leaders across the US are committed to using data to improve residents’ lives, they are hampered by a lack of expertise and resources.

The findings show that very few city halls have structures in place to analyse and act on the information they have in ways that can help them transform local government.

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