NHSDC Spring 2018 in Pittsburgh: Pre-Conference Institute Expanded
Act now to get your spot!
HURRY! More Space Added to Pre-Conference Institute
We have added an additional 30 slots to the pre-conference institute on data analytics, which will occur on April 17th from 1-5pm. Spots will sell out fast so head over to our registration page to learn more about the course and purchase a $50 ticket, which includes a snack.
Registration is Filling Up!
The spots for the Spring Conference are going fast. Act quickly by registering here, and don't forget to book your hotel room at the historic Omni William Penn Hotel in beautiful downtown Pittsburgh. The conference rate is a reasonable $159 per night. Please use this link or call 1-800-THE-OMNI (843-6664) to book your room. We usually sell out so advise reserving your room early!
In the past, NHSDC conferences have been HUD-approved, which means that HMIS funds awarded under the Continuum of Care (CoC) and Emergency Solutions Grants (ESG) Programs could be used to attend. NHSDC anticipates that our Spring 2018 Conference in Pittsburgh will also be HUD-approved. Once HUD issues the official notice of approval through their listserv NHSDC will post it on our website.
Important note: As in prior years, even if the Spring 2018 conference is HUD-approved, projects without funds designated for HMIS cannot use funds from other budget line items (e.g., project admin funds) to attend this event.
About the National Human Services Data Consortium
The NHSDC provides information, assistance, peer education, and lifelong learning to its membership 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.
Our conferences highlight the good work that you and your community are doing to leverage data in the fight to end homelessness. All communities employ different strategies and creative means to tackle the social services issues.