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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

Leah Hendey

Deputy Director of theNational Neighborhood Indicators Partnership

and Research Associate at the Urban Institute


What are Integrated Data Systems?


Source: Providence Plan


Where do IDS exist?

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


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 aderian@urban.org


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

  • 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 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

  • 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.

National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership

Visit NeighborhoodIndicators.org for more!


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