Integrated Data Systems

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Integrated Data Systems (IDS) link individual-level data from multiple agencies and systems such as schools, juvenile justice, and human services. The systems are used for case management, program monitoring, policy research, and evaluation. NNIP promotes the expansion of access to information in IDS and the inclusion of data on place in IDS. For more resources on IDS, please click here.


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