The National Human Services Data Consortium (NHSDC) will be holding its Fall Conference on October 15-17, 2019 in Austin, Texas. You can register for the conferencehere. (Conference registration includes breakfast and lunch on both days.)
The theme for our Fall Conference is: "Solving Problems and Impacting Communities With Data"
What to expect at NHSDC FALL 2019
New and creative networking and sharing opportunities with other human services providers who understand what you do.
Access to leading experts in the field and some of the most experienced system administrators.
A look into the creative solutions of communities around the country using technology and data analysis to implement initiatives to improve service delivery.
Gain new tools to take home to your community and begin to implement changes that will benefit your human services system.
Two Pre-Conference Workshops: HUD Data Institute and Dashboard Design: Illuminating System Impact
A preliminary agenda will be available in early August.
This year’s conference will be held at the Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capital. The hotel rate is $209/night (not including tax and fees) and you can book your room using our group rate here:Online Hotel Reservations.
Our Spring 2019 Conference sold out, so we strongly recommend reserving your room early!
Conference Session Proposals
The National Human Services Data Consortium (NHSDC) isrequesting session proposals for the 2019 Fall Conference in Austin, Texas, on October 15-17, 2019. We are looking for speakers who are excited to share their human services data experiences and expertise with attendees from across the country. Following this year’s theme, Solving Problems and Impacting Communities With Data, NHSDC is looking for session proposals that continue to move the bar forward on addressing the challenges our communities face. We want presenters to show how a strong data culture is the key to informing local and federal policies, helping to tackle persistent community challenges and laying the foundation for collaboration across different sectors. We want to learn how your creative solutions are impacting lives today and enhancing human services programming for the future. NHSDC welcomes session proposals that demonstrate proficiency in technical application, leadership, collaboration, implementation, innovations and best practices.