Brief Understanding Community Resources: A Tool for Data Landscaping
Brian Bieretz, Madeline Brown
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Groups interested in launching collaborative interventions that span different service sectors need to find ways to build trust and share data and insights. Gathering and analyzing administrative data across agencies and programs can be enormously powerful. Sharing administrative data can help groups better target services, identify and eliminate inefficiencies, expand evidence-based programs, and implement performance-based approaches and funding models, such as pay for success (PFS).

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Getting the Most Out of Your Community’s Administrative Data

Research Areas Nonprofits and philanthropy
Tags Data and technology capacity of nonprofits
Policy Centers Research to Action Lab
Research Methods Performance measurement and management
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