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Actionable Intelligence

Using Integrated Data Systems to Achieve a More Effective, Efficient, and Ethical Government

  • Editors
  • John Fantuzzo
  • Dennis P. Culhane

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. John Fantuzzo, Dennis Culhane, Heather Rouse, Cassandra Henderson
    Pages 1-38
  3. Paul G. Stiles, Roger A. Boothroyd
    Pages 125-155
  4. Richard O. Zerbe, Tyler A. Scott
    Pages 157-167
  5. Dennis P. Culhane, Whitney A. LeBoeuf, T C Burnett
    Pages 207-221
  6. Back Matter
    Pages 223-235

About this book

Introduction

Multifaceted social problems like disaster relief, homelessness, health care, and academic achievement gaps cannot be adequately addressed with isolated and disconnected public service agencies. The Actionable Intelligence for Social Policy model addresses the limitations to traditional approaches to American public administration.

Keywords

Integrated Data Systems Data Sharing across agencies Effective & Ethical Government Legal Issues in the Use of Electronic Data Systems Quality Issues in Administrative Data Records Homelessness Health Care Academic Achievement Gaps Early childhood Education Cross-systems data sharing Data Quality Data integration big data administrative data research ethics quantitative research social policy research social sciences research data science desegregation education ethics Government Integration Policy policymaking public administration social policy social science

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