NNIP is a collaboration of the Urban Institute and local partners in 30 cities to further the development and use of neighborhood-level information systems for community building and local decision-making. Visit the partner profiles...[Read More]
Learn how the cross-site project, Connecting People and Place, helped show the need for place-conscious policies and how IDS can be used to improve understanding of chronic absenteeism in two Urban Institute briefs.[Read More]
NNIP and the Microsoft Technology and Civic Engagement team are partnering to explore what is known about community training on data and technology in order to facilitate expansion of these programs nationally.[Read More]
NNIP partners bring their existing data holings and deep relationships in the community to support planning and implementation of federal place-based initatives like Choice Neighborhoods, Promise Neighborhoods, and Sustainable Communities.[Read More]
Neighborhood Nexus and the Atlanta Regional Commission are our partner organizations from Atlanta, GA. Learn more about how they are using data to bring about positive change in their neighborhoods.
Partners use affordable housing data to show the need for adequate affordable housing to support low income residents. In some NNIP partners' work, housing is the focal point for identifying and addressing community needs.
Geo:Code 2.0 hosted by NNIP partners at Center for Urban and Regional Affairs and MetroGIS united community members, geographers, and tech developers to discuss open government and develop place-conscious tech.