This agency works to fights disease and supports communities and citizens to do the same.
With the recent COVID-19 pandemic, this agency requested that PVM urgently integrate mapping for the COVID-19 response. Due to the direct impact of COVID-19 on the U.S., our team shifted focus promptly to provide additional enhancements and resources to collect COVID-19 cluster detection to display in a mapped format.
Despite a host of challenges—a substantial data migration which refocused PVM’s tasking, the infinite delay of the production deployment, and an unprecedented global pandemic—PVM continued to enrich the new environment and assist with COVID related enhancements by providing this public health agency state-of-the-art capabilities for exceeding mission success.
All previously required tasks as well as new, urgent pandemic related work was and continues to be delivered to exceed quality expectations.
Our work mapping COVID-19 outbreaks and enhancing the System for Enteric Disease Response, Investigation and Coordination (SEDRIC) platform was instrumental in the data modernization success for which the project team was able to be formally recognized by winning the 2020 NCEZID Honor Award for Information Technology. This achievement has influenced other data modernization needs for our public health client. PVM’s history of success working on similar projects and commitment to protecting public health has made us a leader in this arena.
Honestly, we couldn't have completed this project without PVM. Given the unique nature of 2020—a global pandemic—PVM stepped up when they were needed most and delivered results flawlessly. Their work was crucial to our agency in a time of such stress, uncertainty, and turmoil.