Presenters: Nancy K. Young
Data and information is the lifeblood or fuel that sustains the FDC effort. Without sufficient and focused amounts of it, an FDC may fail to achieve its desired outcomes or prove why it should receive support and continue to exist. This webinar presentation explores the key processes of selecting, accessing, sharing, and utilizing data. FDCs that are data-driven and results-oriented are programs that are built to last .
- Understand the importance of data in running an effective FDC
- Highlight key considerations in selecting performance indicators and accessing and sharing data
- Outline critical steps in utilizing data to improve key processes and outcomes in the FDC program