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Multi-Agency Data Sharing and Its Application to Neighborhoods. Leah Hendey Deputy Director of the National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership and Research Associate at the Urban Institute . What are Integrated Data Systems? . Source: Providence Plan. Where do IDS exist?.

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Multi agency data sharing and its application to neighborhoods

Multi-Agency Data Sharing and Its Application to Neighborhoods

Leah Hendey

Deputy Director of theNational Neighborhood Indicators Partnership

and Research Associate at the Urban Institute


What are integrated data systems

What are Integrated Data Systems?


Multi agency data sharing and its application to neighborhoods

Source: Providence Plan


Where do ids exist

Where do IDS exist?

  • Visit our IDS catalog and resource page http://neighborhoodindicators.org/resources-integrated-data-systems-ids


Where do ids exist1

Where do IDS exist?

  • Established IDS:

    • Localities: 24

    • States: 6

  • Emerging IDS:

    • Localities: 18

    • States: 1

  • Questions or edits to the IDS catalog? Email Alexandra Derian at [email protected]


Connecting people to place improving communities through integrated data

Connecting People to Place:Improving Communities through Integrated Data

  • NNIP Cross-site initiative with 6 partners

  • Connect data from IDS to local admin. data held by NNIP partners to address a local or neighborhood policy problem.

  • Establish and build relationships between NNIP partners, IDS agencies and community partners and increase exchange of information.


Reducing chronic absenteeism

Reducing Chronic Absenteeism

  • IDS at Allegheny County Department of Human Services

  • Juvenile Welfare Board

    & IDS at the Policy and Services Research and Data Center (PSRDC) at U. South Florida


Reducing chronic absenteeism1

Reducing Chronic Absenteeism

  • Are chronically-absent children clustered in certain neighborhoods?

  • What place-based factors matter?

    • Neighborhood: poverty, crime, homeownership rates

    • Property: Age of home, code violations, subsidized housing

    • Residential Stability

  • Inform community-based solutions


Additional projects and topics

Additional Projects and Topics

  • Baltimore: Equity in access to energy assistance programs

  • Cleveland: Outcomes for youth involved in the juvenile justice and child welfare systems

  • New York City: Neighborhood and building effects on homeless episodes

  • Providence: Education and employment outcomes and civic engagement levels

  • Visit NeighborhoodIndicators.org for more!


Better data better decisions better communities

Better Data. Better Decisions. Better Communities.

National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership

Visit NeighborhoodIndicators.org for more!


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