Choosing a Comparable Database: Aligning Data and Confidentiality, A Case Study for Domestic and Sexual Violence Coalitions
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) requires that recipient and subrecipients receiving HUD funding “shall collect data on the use of funds awarded and persons served with this assistance in HUD’s Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) or other comparable database.” HUD envisioned HMIS systems as a way for communities to create data-driven solutions to ending homelessness in communities. However, Victim Service Providers (VSP) are prohibited from entering client-level data into an HMIS and instead should use a comparable database. This resource outlines federal statues and provides a case study for VSPs when choosing a comparable database.
Available in Korean: 비교 가능한 데이터베이스 선택: 데이터 조정 및 기밀 유지, 가정 및 성폭력 연합을 위한 사례 연구
Available in Spanish: Elegir una base de datos comparable: Alinear los datos y la confidencialidad, un estudio de caso para las coaliciones contra la violencia doméstica y sexual