To view a briefing describing REEIS, its purpose, and contents, click on the link REEIS Briefing (PDF; 1.4MB)


REEIS imports data from a number of sources, standardizes and aggregates it for effective reporting, and presents it to users through data marts where data marts are collections of data targeted to a specific purpose and/or audience. For example, the 4-H data mart is targeted for users interested in the 4-H program; the data mart combines data from the 4-H program and the U. S. Census, and includes links to related websites to give a picture of 4-H enrollment over time and the context of the U. S. population of students who could potentially be enrolled. For a graphical presentation of REEIS data sources imported into REEIS and REEIS data marts, click on the link REEIS Data (PDF; 28 KB)


REEIS data is presented as

  • 1) Tabular Reports
  • 2) Graphs
  • 3) Unstructured Text
  • 4) Links to Related Websites

Tabular reports and the associated graphs can be accessed by clicking on ‘Reports’ on the navigation bar below the picture banner. Unstructured text can be accessed by clicking on ‘Document Search’ on the navigation bar. Links to related sites are accessed by clicking on the navigation bar’s ‘Related Links’.


Data in REEIS is organized four basic ways – program area, structured data (tabular reports), unstructured text for search, and links to related websites.

Use the ‘Research’, ‘Education’ and ‘Extension’ links under ‘Browse by Subject’ on the navigation bar on the left side of the screen to access information related to these program areas.