12th & Oak brags about number crunching amid the pandemic to out of town newsies who might not realize that overwhelming level of disdain for city government right now among cowtown residents.
Still, report offers yet another indication that policy makers and municipal workers are proud of their alleged successes and point to their surveillance and and crackdown achievements over the populace.
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Written by Ryan Johnston Jan 11, 2021 | STATESCOOP The value of data was made clear last year as cities fought to slow the spread of the coronavirus, forcing offices like Kansas City, Missouri's DataKC to endure a 10-month "stress test" of its ability to analyze and visualize data for residents and policymakers.