Training & Technical Assistance Overview
Since our inception in 2008, AISP has offered ad hoc consulting to sites working to develop their IDS capacity. In 2017, we launched the AISP Learning Community initiative, which offers more intensive, formal training and technical assistance. This program is designed to accelerate the rate of growth in the IDS field, and help developing sites build political will and IDS capacity, connect to national experts, and learn from their peers across the country. If you are interested in learning more about our consulting work or in joining a future AISP Learning Community cohort, please contact TC Burnett, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet the Fall 2017 AISP Learning Community Cohort
In September 2017, ten jurisdictions joined AISP’s inaugural IDS Training and Technical Assistance Learning Community: California, Colorado, Connecticut, Iowa, Massachusetts, Oregon, Rhode Island, Utah, Broward County Florida, and King County Washington. The Learning Community initiative will provide these jurisdictions, and future cohorts, with customized support and peer to peer learning opportunities to promote IDS development over an 18-month period.
Meet the Spring 2018 AISP Learning Community Cohort
In January 2018, five jurisdictions were selected to join our IDS Training and Technical Assistance Learning Community in Spring 2018. These state and local government recipients have each demonstrated a strong commitment to data sharing and integration and will work with AISP to build the human and technical capacity necessary to regularly link administrative data across domains for policy research and program evaluation. The second cohort recipients are: Delaware, North Carolina, Vermont, Baltimore City MD, and Miami-Dade County FL
The AISP Learning Community initiative is made possible through generous funding from the Annie E. Casey Foundation, with additional support for site participation through a 2016 federal Social Innovation Fund (SIF) grant and our partners at Third Sector Capital. Curriculum development for the Learning Community was funded through The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and The Laura and John Arnold Foundation.