The Red River Basin Decision Information Network (RRBDIN) was launched after the 1997 Red River of the North Flood.  RRBDIN is based on recommendations made by the International Joint Commission’s Red River Basin Task Force (RRBTF) which recognized the need to promote a more open and continuous source for basin-wide information sharing.

The goal of the RRBDIN Decision Support System (DSS) is to provide basin residents, resource professionals, and local, state, and regional officials access to relevant land and water information through an innovative suite of interactive and publicly available web-based decision support tools.

RRBDIN is managed by the International Water Institute with support from the MN Red River Watershed Management Board and other partners.