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How are operational data systems built?

Last Updated: Jan 13, 2016 09:46PM UTC

Given the importance of evidence to PFS projects, having reliable, high-quality, timely, and comprehensive data is necessary to identify the target population, successfully implement the program, and measure results. Implementing integrated data systems involves the strategic identification of data needed, inventory and quality review of data resources across multiple sources that could meet these needs, development of new data sources as needed and/or identification of alternatives, and best-practice management of data collection and review.

Integrated data systems are one area where the potential impact of PFS extends far beyond the individual project. By introducing or elevating the importance of data and evidence-driven decisionmaking and the value of integrating strong data systems, PFS can promote improved public administration and service delivery more broadly. 

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