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Operation Dragon Fire

Operation Dragon Fire (ODF) bridges the gap between data overload and meaningful and actionable information. As a clearinghouse or data marketplace for disaster_response, ODF will provide a means to identify, aggregate, validate, and analyze data from multiple sources, and access to applicable information via multiple channels. With ODF, participating entities, including government at all levels, non-profits, response organizations, first responders, private sector industry, corporations, technology platforms, and the public can make faster, smarter decisions, with information provided by a preferred and trusted source. ODF strives to create an environment where unified, timely, and reliable information is available before, during, and after emergencies. ODF will serve as a data conduit, connecting the public and private sectors, to encourage information sharing, coordination, and collaboration across the response community. Project kickoff was in June 2014.

Project URL: http://odf.nvoad.org/

Geographic Scope: NATIONAL

Status: Active

Recruiting Volunteers: Yes, this project is recruiting

Participation Tasks: Data analysis, Data entry, Problem solving,

Start Date: 2014

Project Contact: Rruiz@cdc.gov; ADHarrington@cdc.gov

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Intended Outcomes: Programmatic, Civic and community, Individual learning,