Extension data systems are integral tools that facilitate the collection, organization, analysis, and utilization of data to inform decision-making and enhance the effectiveness of extension programs and services. These systems capture a wide range of information, including participant demographics, program outcomes, resource allocation, and community needs. By centralizing and structuring this data, Extension professionals can gain valuable insights into the impact of their initiatives, identify areas for improvement, and tailor their strategies to better meet the evolving needs of their target audience. These systems often integrate various technologies and software solutions to streamline data entry, visualization, and reporting, enabling extension organizations to demonstrate accountability, allocate resources more efficiently, and adapt their programs in real-time. In an era of evidence-based practices, Extension data systems play a crucial role in fostering informed decision-making and driving positive outcomes in diverse communities and fields.