Illinois Open Technology Challenge Winner Certificate for Dominic Strezo, Ryan Eckdale-Dudley, Jason Cleaver, South Suburban Housing Investment Tool
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Illinois Open Technology Challenge Winner Certificate for Dominic Strezo, Ryan Eckdale-Dudley, Jason Cleaver, South Suburban Housing Investment Tool

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Created by Dominic Strezo, Ryan Eckdale-Dudley and Jason Cleaver, the South Suburbs Housing Investment Tool analyzes more than 30 variables for each property that are used to rank redevelopment ...

Created by Dominic Strezo, Ryan Eckdale-Dudley and Jason Cleaver, the South Suburbs Housing Investment Tool analyzes more than 30 variables for each property that are used to rank redevelopment projects. The Illinois Department of Housing and Urban Development plans to adopt the model and use it as a template for other communities around the state with similar project scoring systems.

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Illinois Open Technology Challenge Winner Certificate for Dominic Strezo, Ryan Eckdale-Dudley, Jason Cleaver, South Suburban Housing Investment Tool Illinois Open Technology Challenge Winner Certificate for Dominic Strezo, Ryan Eckdale-Dudley, Jason Cleaver, South Suburban Housing Investment Tool Presentation Transcript

  • Be it known that the judges and sponsors of the Illinois Open Technology Challenge on this date June 24, 2013 have awarded the efforts of Dominic Strezo, Ryan Eckdale-Dudley, Jason Cleaver, South Suburban Housing Investment Tool for creating a tool that allows the people of the South Suburban Mayors and Managers Association to geographically analyze, score, and rank projects. We therefore confer the monetary prize of $15,000 to further the exploration and development of this tool and to further the mission of the Illinois Open Technology Challenge to bring governments, developers and communities together in a common mission to use data to make lives better in Illinois.