NHSDC Fall Conference Registration Now Open!

NHSDC Fall Conference Registration Now Open!
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Conference Registration is Now Open! 

The National Human Services Data Consortium (NHSDC) will be holding its Fall Conference on October 22-23, 2015, in Miami, FL. You can register for the conference here. (Conference registration includes breakfast and lunch on both days.)

The theme for our Fall Conference is: "Connecting the Dots: Leveraging Information Technology to Improve Service Delivery"

Our conferences feature leading experts in the field and some of the most experienced system administrators.
  • Learn how to get the right reports for your community out of your local data system
  • See how other communities are using technology and data analysis to improve service delivery.
  • Network and share ideas with other human services providers who understand what you do.
  • Return to your community with the tools to implement needed change.
A preliminary agenda will be available in early August.

(Note: we are anticipating an announcement from HUD approving this NHSDC Conference as an eligible HMIS activity for those that have funds in the Training and Technical Assistance line of their HMIS budget. As soon as that approval is granted, we will send a follow-up announcement.)

Hotel Reservations Now Available
This year’s conference will be held at the Hilton Miami Downtown. The hotel rate is $169/night (not including tax and fees) and you can book your room using our group rate here: Online Hotel Reservations.

Given how popular we expect this event to be, we strongly recommend reserving your room early!
Call for Session Proposals – deadline EXTENDED to July 10th
Due to the Fourth of July holiday, we are extending the proposal submission deadline until Friday, July 10, 2015.

Please read the Call for Proposals instructions and submit your proposal for a conference session to the Online Proposal Link.

Individuals from communities of all sizes and levels of sophistication are encouraged to submit proposals. Our team of proposal reviewers will work with proposers on matching resources in other communities, combining sessions and enhancing presentations, where appropriate, to provide the best possible content for attendees.