Changing the way Connecticut uses data.

The Connecticut Data Collaborative is a public-private partnership that advocates for the public availability of open and accessible data to drive planning, policy, budgeting and decision making in Connecticut at the state, regional and local levels. We are a user-driven organization, serving nonprofits, advocates, policymakers, community groups, and funders in using data to drive policy and improve programs and services.

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Our data portal contains over 135 datasets that we have curated and processed into a machine-readable structure. Use our custom data-exploration tools to narrow your selection, or download raw data in bulk and explore data on your own. You can browse by topic, search by organization, or search by dataset.

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    Join us June 28th for the 2016 CTData School of Data conference. This year, we invite policymakers, community-based organizations, students and more to learn from each other and share how we can improve our state and our data.

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Recent Data Updates


Fiscal Situation of our Municipalities, part two

In our March story, we summarized a study done by the New England Public Policy Center, “Measuring Municipal Fiscal Disparities in Connecticut.” In that story, we covered how the fiscal disparity was calculated for all towns in Connecticut. Now, we’ll look at the State’s role in providing assistance to towns.

New Data: Connecticut's Birth-to-Three System

Connecticut’s Birth to Three System (B23) supports families with infants and toddlers that have developmental delays to learn new ways to make everyday activities enhance the child’s development.

In-depth: Municipal Costs

Municipal Cost Drivers

After we released the first Fiscal Situation of our Municipalities story, we received a couple inquiries on the data for the cost drivers.

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