Local governments in Baltimore, Columbus, and Oakland are collaborating with NNIP Partners to devise data-driven policies on issues like school attendance, safe housing, and clean urban waters.[Read More]
The Civic Switchboard project develops partnerships between libraries and local data intermediaries to better serve data users, further democratize data, and support equitable access to information. Check out their latest blogs...[Read More]
Coordinated by the Urban Institute, NNIP consists of organizations in 32 cities that share a mission to help community stakeholders use neighborhood data for better decisionmaking, with a focus on working with low-income communities.
The City of Charlotte, UNC Charlotte Urban Institute, and Mecklenburg County make up our partner from Charlotte, NC. Learn more about how they are using data to bring about positive change in their neighborhoods
San Antonio is charting a path to “data Nirvana” through the Alamo Regional Data Alliance. The Alliance, involving a broad array of stakeholders and NNIP Partner CI:Now, puts the region at the forefront of the nation in mobilizing to build community data capacity
NNIP's founding director, Tom Kingsley, passed away on January 21st. He dedicated much of his Urban Institute career to the idea of democratizing data, and was a wonderful colleague, mentor, and friend.