2018 Fed 100

Federal 100: Kyle Tuberson

Name: Kyle Tuberson
Title: Vice President
Company: ICF

Flu bug watcher. Tuberson brings both leadership expertise and technical and analytical skills to government challenges that demand data-driven decision-making. In 2017, he led a team that worked with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to develop a platform that predicts outbreaks of flu in schools by using a flow of census, news outlet and social media data to create a complete picture of where and how the disease was spreading across the country. He also advocated for the use of streaming analytics to notify school districts in real time of potential flu outbreaks -- a timely application given the intensity of this winter's flu season.

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