APDU Bi-Weekly – July 20, 2023

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  July 20, 2023 FEATURE 📣 LAST CALL FOR REGISTRATION: APDU 2023 Conference! Dear APDU Member and friends, This is your last call to attend the Association of Public Data Users (APDU) annual conference, which will be held on July 25-26 at the Amazon Skills Center in Arlington, VA. This year’s conference, “Expanding the Universe […]

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Kudos to the Office of the US Chief Statistician!!

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Katherine K. Wallman Chief Statistician of the United States (1992-2017) APDU Board Member (2018 – 2022) The website StatsPolicy.gov was officially launched in April 2023. The site begins, “Welcome to StatsPolicy.gov, the home of the U.S. Federal statistical system. StatsPolicy.gov brings together important information about our interwoven Federal statistical system, including our members, priorities, and […]

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APDU Bi-Weekly – July 6, 2023

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July 6, 2023 FEATURE 2023 APDU Data Storytelling Award We are excited to announce the nominees for the 2023 APDU Data Storytelling Award! This award is designed to recognize the very best in data storytelling. Each nominee has used data in compelling and unique ways to raise awareness about important issues, enable equitable decision-making, spur […]

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APDU Bi-Weekly – June 22, 2023

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June 22, 2023 FEATURE 2023 APDU Data Storytelling Award We are excited to announce the nominees for the 2023 APDU Data Storytelling Award! This award IS designed to recognize the very best in data storytelling. Each nominee has used data in compelling and unique ways to raise awareness about important issues, enable equitable decision-making, spur […]

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APDU Bi-Weekly – June 8, 2023

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  June 8, 2023 FEATURE Join us at the 2023 APDU Annual Conference: Expanding the Universe of Public Data July 25th and 26th, 2023 Amazon Skills Center in Arlington, VA The APDU Annual Conference is the perfect event to connect with experts, practitioners, and innovators in the field of public data. Engage in insightful discussions, […]

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APDU Bi-Weekly – May 25, 2023

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  May 25, 2023 FEATURE 2023 APDU Data Storytelling Awards: Call for Visualizations APDU is soliciting creative and meaningful stories driven by publicly available data (for example, data from the Census Bureau or Bureau of Labor Statistics) that blend numbers, narrative, and graphics. About the Award: APDU is updating its long-running Data Viz Awards to […]

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Democratizing Labor Market Information

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Authors: Frauke Kreuter, Ph.D., Professor, University of Maryland Joint Program in Survey Methodology and Co-director, Social Data Science Center  Julia Lane. Ph.D., Professor, New York University Wagner Graduate School of Public Service It has never been more important to have timely, local, and actionable data on jobs and earnings – labor market data. Just in […]

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APDU Bi-Weekly – May 11, 2023

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May 11, 2023 FEATURE 2023 APDU Data Storytelling Awards: Call for Visualizations APDU is soliciting creative and meaningful stories driven by publicly available data (for example, data from the Census Bureau or Bureau of Labor Statistics) that blend numbers, narrative, and graphics. About the Award: APDU is updating its long-running Data Viz Awards to emphasize […]

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The Rise of Industrial Policy Means Data Synchronization is More Critical Than Ever

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By: Austin Clemens, Director of Economic Measurement Policy at The Washington Center for Equitable Growth Industrial policy is the hot new trend in D.C. policymaking circles, a Biden administration promise to radically transform the economy that is pouring federal dollars into green energy, infrastructure, and semiconductor manufacturing. While this transformation will place considerable demands on […]

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Nominations Wanted: Data Storytelling Awards

  2023 APDU Data Storytelling Awards: Call for Visualizations The Association of Public Data Users (APDU) is pleased to announce the 2023 Data Storytelling Awards! We are soliciting creative and meaningful stories driven by publicly available data (for example, data from the Census Bureau or Bureau of Labor Statistics) that blend numbers, narrative, and graphics. […]

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