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    2020 Virtual Datathon

  • Dates:
    October 1, 2020
  • Time:
    8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Location:
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The 2020 Virtual Datathon is a 2 day event in which teams come together to solve a challenge using state data sets. The theme this year is "Communities and COVID-19". The COVID-19 pandemic delivered unique and unprecedented challenges for many. The impact of the crisis continues to be felt across communities in different ways and has affected employment, education, health, business, and more. This far-reaching theme serves to explore the multi-faceted effect of COVID-19 and contrasting community experiences along with what solutions can mitigate the impact of another crisis and ultimately aid Virginia's recovery.

This event is open to everyone: high school and college students, state employees, and community members! Please visit the Office of the Chief Data Officer website for more information on how to sign up.