APDU Weekly – August 18, 2022

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  August 18, 2022 FEATURE 33 Days until APDU 2022! Attend Virtually or In-person Attend the 2022 APDU Annual Conference to learn more about the future of public data – attendees will hear from leaders such as Census Bureau Director Rob Santos. Join us for a networking lunch and happy hour at the end of […]

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APDU Weekly – August 11, 2022

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  August 11, 2022 FEATURES APDU Annual Conference Panel: It’s Not Just Race: Equity and Diversity in Public Data Hear from an all-star lineup at APDU 2022’s 1:00 PM panel! Meet Shelby Switzer and learn about Justice40: An opensource tool to identify disadvantaged communities due to environmental, socioeconomic and health burdens. Full Details Agenda Register […]

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Data Communications Workshop

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  Data Communications Workshop September 21, 2022 | 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM ET In-person workshop at the 2022 APDU Conference September 20 – 23, 2022 Westin Arlington Gateway Arlington, VA Course Description Data communication plays a crucial role in the work of researchers and analysts. Organizations tasked with producing, releasing, and analyzing large amounts […]

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APDU Weekly – August 4, 2022

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  August 4, 2022 FEATURES Share Your Work! 2022 Annual Conference Poster Session APDU warmly invites you to submit a poster for the 2022 Annual Conference. Our association is full of members concerned with the production, dissemination, and use of public data. They are pushing boundaries in public data deployment. Public data covers a wide […]

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APDU Board Member: Federal Funds Distributed Using Bureau of Economic Analysis Regional Personal Income Statistics

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When you think of federal statistics used to determine the allocation of federal funds or resources across states and counties, you usually think of Census Bureau statistics.  In particular, you think of the importance of the Census Bureau’s Decennial Census or the American Community Survey. However, other federal statistics play an important role in distributing federal funds to states and counties.  Several federal programs use Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) regional personal income statistics in their funding formulas to distribute federal funds. 

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APDU Weekly – July 28, 2022

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  July 28, 2022 FEATURE Share Your Work! 2022 Annual Conference Poster Session APDU warmly invites you to submit a poster for the 2022 Annual Conference. Our association is full of members concerned with the production, dissemination, and use of public data. They are pushing boundaries in public data deployment. Public data covers a wide […]

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