Considerations for USAID Mission Staff for Programmatic COVID-19 Preparedness and Response: Digital Technologies and Data Systems
This guidance documents outlines some steps that can be taken immediately to increase institutional readiness to prevent, detect, and respond to COVID-19, and its effects.
Given the importance of information to the response, recommendations focus on data and digital technologies. Most items do not require contract modifications, and rather can prepare Missions and their partners to develop a plan to respond that’s grounded in the local context.
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