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Strengthening Communities with Neighborhood Data

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G. Thomas Kingsley | Claudia J. Coulton | Kathryn L.S. Pettit

In the two decades since the first NNIP data system was developed, dramatic changes have occurred in the community information field and its context. First, the partnership itself has expanded, with local partners now in about three dozen cities. The local partners and the partnership have completed a substantial body of work, including policy and community-building applications, technical innovations, and guidebooks for practitioners.


Suggested citation: Kingsley, G. Thomas, Claudia J. Coulton, and Kathryn L.S. Pettit. “Strengthening Communities with Neighborhood Data,” Urban Institute (NNIP Coordinator) and Center on Urban Poverty and Community Development (Cleveland), 09.01.2014.

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