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Employment Data Systems: New Hampshire’s Bureau of Developmental Services

Describes the development of the New Hampshire Bureau of Developmental Services employment data collection system.  Essay describes design of the data system, the data elements that are collected, who data is collected on, the frequency of data collection, the degree to which data is standardized across the state, data sources, linked systems, how the data is used, analyzed, and shared, successes and challenges, areas for future development, lessons learned and implications for other states.

Citation:

Winsor, J. E., Hall, A. C., et al. (2011). Employment Data Systems:  New Hampshire’s Bureau of Developmental Services. Data Systems for Day and Employment Outcomes: Case Studies Across States, Institute for Community Inclusion.

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