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Author(s):Data Quality Campaign
Title:Leveraging federal funding for longitudinal data systems-A roadmap for states
Organization:Data Quality Campaign
Short Description:This roadmap provides a starting point for state plans by identifying federal funding sources that can be used for data-related activities.
Annotation:This roadmap provides a starting point for state plans by identifying federal funding sources that can be used for data-related activities. The dollar amounts included in this document reflect new ARRA funding, which is in addition to regular FY 2009 appropriations and separate from FY 2010 budget requests. Although all of the identified funds can be used for data-related activities, each source has unique guidance on some of the ways the funds may be used.
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