(Recorded Webinar) Data Management and Privacy Challenges
Collecting and analyzing data about your program can be a critical tool to help you:
- Choose which activities and initiatives to prioritize
- Provide key program information to your Governing Board and Policy Council
- Communicate your achievements and value to the community
However, when collecting data, Head Start programs must be sure to protect the privacy and confidentiality of child records and any personally identifiable information (PII).
All grantees must have a data management policy. The Office of Head Start (OHS) stresses that this policy must comply with the Head Start Program Performance Standards (HSPPS), including the privacy protection requirements in 45 C.F.R. Part 1303, Subpart C. Don’t know where to start? On this webinar, FTLF will discuss:
- What constitutes personally identifiable information (PII)
- Common exceptions to the general rule that you must have parental consent to disclose data with PII
- Important procedures to include in your data management policy
- Best practices for ensuring confidentiality (e.g., using data security agreements)
Although non-compliance or deficiency findings for data management and privacy are not currently as common as findings in other areas, enforcement priorities do shift and it’s important to be prepared.
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- Executive Directors
- Head Start Directors
- Senior Management
- Compliance Officers
- Compliance Committee members
- But all are welcome!
After this webinar, you will be able to:
- Understand Head Start data management requirements
- Identify which privacy requirements apply to your organization
- Discuss common ways Head Start programs use and maintain data
- Describe key provisions to include in Head Start data management and privacy policies and procedures
Nicole Bacon, a Partner at FTLF, works in the firm’s Federal Grants, Litigation, and Health Law practice groups. Nicole offers her clients specialized guidance in compliance with federal grant law including specific programmatic requirements as well as the Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles and Audit Requirements of Federal Awards. Nicole represents a variety of community-based organizations, before State and Federal courts as well as administrative bodies. [Full Bio]
Jennifer A. Davison is a partner in the firm’s Family Law practice group. Ms. Davison helps her clients identify, prioritize and realize their unique goals for the future. Her clients appreciate her efficient, pragmatic approach to reaching agreements that provide for the whole gamut of clients’ short- and long-term financial needs, including daily living expenses, career planning, retirement security, and funding for college. [Full Bio]
Amanda is in an Associate with the firm’s Health Law and Federal Grant Law practice groups where she represents a variety of community-based organizations and federal grant recipients. She routinely counsels on matters of regulatory compliance and contracting, with a particular focus on guidance related to privacy issues like identifying privacy vulnerabilities and developing data sharing agreements. [Full Bio]
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