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National Core Indicators

 

National Core Indicators Website

National Core Indicators South Dakota Website

In January 1997, the National Association of State Directors of Developmental Disabilities Services (NASDDDS) and the Human Services Research Institute launched the Core Indicators Project. The name of the data collection collaborative was changed to National Core Indicators (NCI) in 2002. The aim of the initiative is to develop nationally recognized performance and outcome indicators that will enable developmental disabilities policy makers to benchmark the performance of their state against the performance of other states. National Core Indicators also enables each participating state developmental disabilities agency to track system performance and outcomes from year to year on a consistent basis. The NCI Steering Committee, composed of participating state coordinators, determines the overall direction of the initiative. The timeline below summarizes the development of NCI.

 

2015-2016 NCI Reports Archive

 

2014-2015 NCI Reports Archive