Connecting the Dots: The Promise of Integrated Data Systems for Policy Analysis and Systems Reform

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Author(s): Dennis P. Culhane, John Fantuzzo, Heather L. Rouse, Vicky Tam & Jonathan Lukens
Publication Date: 03/01/2010

This article from 2010 explores the use of integrated administrative data systems in support of policy reform through inter­agency collaboration and research. In it, the authors share findings from AISP's first ever national survey of eight integrated data systems, including states, local governments and university-based efforts. Some exemplary uses of the systems are pro­vided and recommenda­tions are offered for the broader adoption of these systems and for their expanded use by various stakeholders.



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Culhane, Dennis P., John Fantuzzo, Heather L. Rouse, Vicky Tam, and Jonathan Lukens. (2010). Connecting the Dots: The Promise of Integrated Data Systems for Policy Analysis and Systems Reform. Actionable Intelligence for Social Policy, University of Pennsylvania.


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