Since 2006, NTEN has produced the annual Nonprofit Technology Staffing and Investments survey and report for the nonprofit sector. The reports chronicle how the nonprofit sector invests in technology—from staffing levels to technology budgets.
We know, however, that nonprofits want to find the data and benchmarks that helps them to make better informed decisions. A static report is useful for informing staff and boards about the general trends and practices, but we knew there was more we could do to support organizational leaders making important decisions and investing in the right places.
In partnership with The Forbes Funds, we’ve built Tech Accelerate to include:
- a comprehensive assessment about technology use and policies across four major categories: leadership, organization, infrastructure, and fundraising & communications
- a full report that includes both overall and category rankings, prioritized targets for investment, and resources for next steps
- benchmarking tools to explore your data in comparison to organizations like yours
We are proud to partner with The Forbes Funds to integrate NTEN’s research and knowledge with their own assessments and best practices.
Past Tech Staffing & Investment Reports
NTEN’s annual Nonprofit Technology Staffing and Investments research seeks to gauge the state of nonprofit investments in technology resources, and provides organizations with annual information to help evaluate their own approaches. When we began this research series in 2006, it was the first time a survey of this kind had ever been done. We hoped to shed light on the most common questions nonprofit organizations were asking in this area, including the level of investment nonprofits were making in technology, what typical salaries looked like, and how small and large organizations compared with each other. Download the most recent report.
Tech Accelerate Funders
Tech Accelerate is made possible thanks to the generous support of The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and BNY Mellon. We are inspired by their vision and investment in strengthening the nonprofit sector’s use of technology.