Challenge: The Pandemic Response Accountability Committee (PRAC) required a
rich and immersive website to empower public engagement with the PRAC and provide insight
into the use of Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act funds. The PRAC
was established by the CARES Act within the Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity
and Efficiency to promote transparency and oversight of the approximately $2.6 trillion in
economic relief and other funding provided by the Federal Government to U.S. citizens,
businesses, medical providers, and impacted industries. The PRAC established and maintains
the pandemicoversight.gov website to
provide public transparency and illustrate the
allocation of CARES Act funding.
Solution: Smartronix' team of industry thought leaders from Mobomo, Domo,
Woolpert, Grant Thornton, and Microsoft worked with the PRAC to redesign and launch the new
site in less than seven weeks. The Smartronix team understood that the U.S. Government was
at an inflection and tasked an enormous undertaking to the PRAC to provide the public with
proper oversight and transparency during challenging times. Smartronix wanted the website to
be inviting and easy to use and bring in the best data visualization tools, Designers,
Geospatial Experts, and Fraud and Analytics Reporting Experts to develop a robust platform
that the PRAC can use to provide real-time information and tools to the public.
The Smartronix-led Team will continue to deliver capabilities to the PRAC. The beta website
- Interactive maps to find
coronavirus-related spending in your state, city, county, congressional
district—right down to your zip code.
- The ability to track
coronavirus funding by agency providing money.
- A PRAC Hotline form that allows the
public to report potential fraud, waste, abuse, and mismanagement of coronavirus
The ability to browse the robust Reports Library to see Inspector General's reports
on how agency pandemic response programs are performing and how they could be
Resource pages that provide answers to questions about housing, loans, health, and
information on common coronavirus scams like fake vaccines.
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