Laura and John Arnold Foundation
The Laura and John Arnold Foundation’s core objective is to address the nation’s most pressing and persistent challenges using evidence-based, multi-disciplinary approaches. The Foundation strives to create functional solutions that target the root causes, not just the symptoms, of these problems. The solutions must be both scalable nationally and sustainable without permanent philanthropy. Learn more at http://www.arnoldfoundation.org/.
State Data Sharing Initiative
Start Date: Nov 2015 — End Date: Feb 2018
CREC is gathered information about state laws and regulations that govern business revenue and UI data disclosure to determine best practices for maintaining the safety of data as well as best practices for expanding access to confidential data for qualified researchers and policymakers. We will also provide assistance to five states seeking to reform their data governance and sharing policies based on best practices from other states.
Promoting Data Sharing to Enhance State Policy Making & Program Evaluation
Start Date: Nov 2015 — End Date: Dec 2017
CREC conducted a two-year project (2016-2017) focused on: (1) researching laws and regulations governing the disclosure, or “sharing,” of confidential state business revenue and unemployment insurance data as well as the processes used in establishing agreements to access that data for policy making and program evaluation, and (2) providing technical assistance to states in developing […]
CREC Selects Five State Teams to Collaborate on the Data Sharing for State Policy Making and Program Evaluation Initiative
August 4, 2016
CREC has selected five outstanding state teams to collaborate with on the Data Sharing for State Policy Making and Program Evaluation Initiative, a two-year effort that aims to help states use privacy-protected administrative data.
RFP: Seeking Five Cross-Agency Teams to Participate in State Data Sharing Initiative
June 24, 2016
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS: CREC seeks (5) state teams to collaborate with one another and with CREC experts to help facilitate greater access to administrative data to validate the impact of public investments in workforce and economic development. Proposals are due Friday, July 15, 2016.