Coleridge Initiative

Collaboration

Collaborators

Collaborators are entities that share and access data through the Administrative Data Research Facility (ADRF) to address pressing social problems. Explore the information and resources below to learn how to engage as a collaborator.

Government Entity

Government entities at the federal, state, county or local levels who become a Collaborator will:

  • Have secure remote access to their administrative data in the ADRF
  • Make use of the Data Stewardship web application that manages data workflows, including reports on access and use
  • Participate in class training in data science methods
  • Securely combine data with data from other agencies for approved projects

University

Universities that engage with the Coleridge Initiative will:

  • Deliver Applied Data Analytics courses and build capacity for using administrative data for research
  • Contribute to the development of a shared research agenda
  • Have secure remote access to administrative data in the ADRF
  • Securely combine administrative data sets for approved projects

Other Collaborators

Nonprofit organizations, professional associations, and other groups that engage in evidence-based policymaking also may engage as Collaborators:

  • Participate in Applied Data Analytics Training
  • Contribute to the development of a shared research agenda
  • Securely combine administrative data sets for approved projects