The Texas Advance Computing Center (TACC) is celebrating "100 Diverse Data Collections" and has profiled CFRP as example collection. CFRP has had the privilege with working with TACC for several years now. TACC has become an invaluable partner for our varied data management and data security needs.
Earlier this month, CFRP and the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) hosted the first annual Texas Home Visiting Conference at The University of Texas at Austin. The two-day event brought together state program leadership, state contractors, community contractors, and home visiting program coordinators of participating communities. The aim of the conference was to bring all parties together to discuss and share information about the implementation of the Texas Home Visiting (THV) program in the seven participating communities.
CFRP is so honored to host the first ever Texas Home Visiting Conference here at The University of Texas at Austin. We’re wrapping things up today – so great to see all the community coordinators, program leads, state staff, and state partners in one place!
Here are some of our wonderful staff research associates helping out at the conference:
A petabyte of data is more than we'll ever need at CFRP, but it's comforting to know that our go to data partner, the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC), is more than capable of handling that much capacity. CFRP works with lots of data, from many sources including government agencies, other academic institutions, private organizations, and of course our own data collection projects.
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