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EDFacts is a U. S. Department of Education initiative to put performance data at the center of policy, management and budget decisions for all K-12 educational programs. EDFacts centralizes performance data supplied by K-12 state education agencies (SEAs) with other data assets, such as financial grant information, within the Department to enable better analysis and use in policy development, planning and management.
HARKEN DATA has been working as a sub-contractor with the U.S Department of Education since 2005 on this initiative.
The EDEN system and EDFacts reporting platform are designed to address the critical need for accurate, timely, relevant performance information about education. The project implements expanded analytics capability for the EDEN enterprise data warehouse by incorporating multiple data sources and establishing subject-area data marts to meet specific analysis requirements for Program Offices within ED and for States.
The project team utilizes the HARKEN DATA Way methodology to govern lifecycle activities specific to constructing the data warehouse and business intelligence applications for EDEN. As part of the new contract, HARKEN DATA has the following responsibility:
With HARKEN DATA’s leadership and expertise the Department of Education has been able to accomplish the following:
The team continues to expand the data warehouse with additional EDEN data and other data sources as well as define processes for data quality and data governance. The data warehouse is considered a success because it provides timely access to data for planning and policy management at the federal and state levels.