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  1. Planning for a sustainable ECIDS • The presentation will begin at approximately 1:00 p.m. ET • Information on joining the teleconference can be found on the “Info” tab in the upper left of this screen. Be sure to use the “Attendee ID” number on the Info tab when dialing in to associate your name with your phone. • During the question and answer portion of this presentation: • You can re-enter *6 to unmute your phone and ask a question; or • Type your question into the Q&A panel below the participant list and click “Send.” • A copy of this presentation and a link to the recording will be • shared with the IES Grantees and EIMAC listservs.

  2. Planning for a Sustainable ECIDS

  3. Welcome Panelists David Patterson,South Carolina Budget and Control Board,Division of Research and Statistics Leigh Bolick, Division of Early Care and Education, South Carolina Department of Social Services Missy Cochenour,State Support Team Jeff Sellers,State Support Team

  4. What is sustainability? Definition: The ability to support a system through adequate financial and human resources accounting for current maintenance and long-term enhancements. Producing an enduring, efficient, effective, and sustainable ECIDS—is not a start-and-finish endeavor; there will always be more work to do to ensure it remains current and relevant. Sustainability can take many forms—the most important of which may often be showing the value of the data in informing decisions.

  5. Sustainability Framework

  6. What Makes a System Sustainable?

  7. Stakeholder Support: • How Broad and Deep is • the Stakeholder Support • for Your System?

  8. Use: • How Widespread is • the Use of Your ECIDS?

  9. Financial Support: • How Strong is • the Financial Support • for Your ECIDS?

  10. Return on Investment: • Are You Defining, • Measuring, Recording, • and Demonstrating Success?

  11. Why does sustainability matter for an ECIDS? Helping meet intended outcomes Without a sustained system the effectiveness will be limited and people will be hesitant to embrace the idea Dependency cannot be built without assurance of sustainability

  12. State example: South Carolina Can you share a bit about your system? Please see the following slide

  13. Elder Services & Assessments Disabilities & Special Needs Vocational Rehabilitation Department of Commerce LEGEND Legal/Safety Services Homeless MIS Law Enforcement Social Services Disease Registries Juvenile Justice South Carolina Integrated Data System Housed at The Office of research And statistics Education Public Safety Claims Systems Health Department Probation, Pardon & Parole All Payer Health Care Databases Environmental Conditions Corrections Health Professions Alcohol & Drug Services Child Care Behavioral Health Mental Health Social Services Health Department Health Professions Medicare Education Free Clinic Visits Medicaid Services Disease Registries Hospitalizations State Employee Health Services Other State Agencies Emergency Room Visits Outpatient Surgeries Home Health Care Community Health Centers

  14. South Carolina How did you make your system sustainable for this long? Broad-based support from a wide range of government, university, and foundations Cost containment by leveraging “economies of scale”

  15. South Carolina How Broad and Deep is the Stakeholder Support for Your System? Over 30 agencies and organizations with MOUs, BAAs, and DUAsfor ongoing activities In many cases formal multi-stakeholder governance for data use Activities established by statute and budget proviso

  16. South Carolina How Widespread is the Use of Your ECIDS? Agency contracts for specific purposes – administrative data sets DSS contracts for ABC Quality (QRIS) Database, includes ERS data Jointly developed website displaying quality ratings Jointly developed web-based data cube – geo-mapping component • Purpose: Use data to impact policy decisions • Ex: Infant/toddler, health and safety grants • Ex: Training for family home providers Jointly developed ASQ software and website with USC

  17. South Carolina How Strong is the Financial Support for Your ECIDS? Leveraging existing systems Consistent partners/relationships (what partnership looks like: funding, MOUs, etc.)

  18. South Carolina Are You Defining, Measuring, Recording, and Demonstrating Success? Different definitions/multiple perspectives, examples • Customer happy, improving ability to serve a population • Other perspectives

  19. What are a few indicators that an ECIDS can be sustained? Documentation of how much it will cost to support and maintain the integration of early childhood data into the ECIDS Potential funding sources beyond federal grants identified Documentation of training opportunities and other assurance that end users are properly prepared to use the ECIDS Development of a sustainability plan that encompasses the total cost of ownership for the ECIDS

  20. Sustainability Resources List of sustainability from PPC (Maddie)

  21. Questions or comments?

  22. Contacts State Support Team & SLDS Team: Missy Cochenour, (909) 241-4264 Jeff Sellers, Maddie Fromell, (202) 219-7117 Panelists: David Patterson, Leigh Bolick, SLDS Website: