Spring 2020 NHSDC HUD Virtual Conference

In lieu of the in-person conference, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the National Human Services Data Consortium (NHSDC) offered three days of online content on May 4-6, 2020 with the theme "Working Together Across Systems to End Homelessness."

 

Taking notes

Homelessness 101

 

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Data Quality 101: What is Data Quality?

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HMIS Governance 101

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HMIS Budgeting Strategies

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HMIS Project Management and Annual Calendar of Expectations

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HMIS Project Monitoring

 

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Improving your Training Curriculum and Delivery

 

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Implementing Effective Contract Negotiation and Relationship Management Strategies 101

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Implementing and Operating a Coordinated Entry System Project

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