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[Health Datapalooza event, Washington, D.C., where] HUD Deputy Secretary Maurice Jones, [officials from the Veterans Administration and other agencies, and rock music star] Jon Bon Jovi [announced the five finalists in the Project REACH competition promoting creative, cost-efficient ways to use open data from the Veterans Administration, other government agencies, and the private sector to locate resources for the homeless in any locality across the country]

[Health Datapalooza event, Washington, D.C., where] HUD Deputy Secretary Maurice Jones, [officials from the Veterans Administration and other agencies, and rock music star] Jon Bon Jovi [announced the five finalists in the Project REACH competition promoting creative, cost-efficient ways to use open data from the Veterans Administration, other government agencies, and the private sector to locate resources for the homeless in any locality across the country]

 
 
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Photographer: Laurent Fox--HUD

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[Health Datapalooza event, Washington, D.C., where] HUD Deputy Secretary Maurice Jones, [officials from the Veterans Administration and other agencies, and rock music star] Jon Bon Jovi [announced the five finalists in the Project REACH competition promoting creative, cost-efficient ways to use open data from the Veterans Administration, other government agencies, and the private sector to locate resources for the homeless in any locality across the country]

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