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]
Check out our new guide for advice on figuring out what data services your community needs, which organization is best suited to provide them, and how to begin and sustain the work.[Read More]
NNIP partners met in September 2016 to share ideas and discuss neighborhood data for civic participation, equity, and more. See videos from the sessions here...[Read More]
The Kinder Institute for Urban Research at Rice University is our partner organization from Houston, TX. Learn more about how they are using data to bring about positive change in...
NNIP partners understand how to use public data to engage and benefit low-income communities, and help ensure that the increase in data availability does not widen the information gap between rich and poor neighborhoods.
The Kronkosky Charitable Foundation has partnered with CI:Now to learn more about area adults with autism spectrum disorder and other intellectual/developmental disabilities.