The National Human Services Data Consortium (NHSDC) is an organization focused on developing effective leadership for the best use of information technology to manage human services. NHSDC provides information, assistance, peer to peer education and lifelong learning to its conference participants, website members and other interested parties in the articulation, planning, implementation and continuous operation of technology initiatives to collect, aggregate, analyze and present information regarding the provision of human services.
NHSDC Spring Conference Registration is Open!
Registration is now open for the Spring NHSDC conference. The Spring NHSDC Conference will be held in Salt Lake City, UT, April 26-27, 2017. The theme for the conference is Putting It All Together: Uniting Data, Technology, and People. A preliminary agenda will be released soon.
Pre-Conference activities may include an Institute or Training in addition to a local Tour on the 25th–watch for details. The conference will end at 4:30 on the 27th. Please take these into consideration when making your travel plans.
Our group reservation rate is now available. Please make your reservation as soon as possible before we sell out.
Make your online hotel reservation today!
Salt Lake City Marriott City Center
220 State St,
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
$165.00 per night (not including taxes or service fees).
This rate will end when our room block sells out or April 3, 2017, whichever comes first.
NHSDC Fall Conference and Youth Privacy Summit
NHSDC held two events in New Orleans, LA; its Fall Conference on October 13-14, 2016 and a Youth Data Privacy Summit on October 12, 2016. The final Conference Brochure and Agenda can be found here.
The conference highlighted the good work that communities are doing to leverage data and deploy different strategies to tackle challenging social service issues. The Youth Privacy Summit was a joint collaboration between NHSDC and National Network for Youth. A broad range of stakeholders gathered to discuss key challenges and next steps to address youth’s consent to share information collected and ensuring both youth and service providers fully understand what consent in this context means.