APDU Weekly – June 30, 2022

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  June 30, 2022 FEATURE Save the Date: 2022 Annual Conference APDU is hosting the 2022 Annual Conference in Arlington, VA on September 20, 2022. Save the Date! NEWS A Federal Law Requires Translated Voting Ballots, but Not in Arabic or Haitian Creole  Census Bureau Announces Transition of Associate Director for Research and Methodology and […]

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APDU Weekly – June 23, 2022

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  June 23, 2022 FEATURES APDU Board Member: Welcoming Karin Orvis, Chief Statistician of the United States Katherine Wallman, Chief Statistician of the United States 1992-2017, welcomes new Chief Statistician Karin Orvis with a perspective informed by decades of service in this key position. Learn More NEWS After a Long-Term Study, Evidence-Based Decisions Need Trustworthy […]

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APDU Weekly – June 16, 2022

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  June 16, 2022 FEATURES Save the Date: 2022 Annual Conference APDU is hosting the 2022 Annual Conference in Arlington, VA on September 20, 2022. Save the Date! NEWS Bipartisan Bill Establishes All-Encompassing Federal Data Privacy Standards  Census Undercounts are Historic – and Bipartisan  Census Wants to Know How to Ask About Sexuality and Gender  […]

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APDU Weekly – June 9, 2022

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  June 9, 2022 FEATURES National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine Call for Input: 2020 Census Data Products: Workshop on the Demographic and Housing Characteristics Files Submit Input Save the Date: 2022 Annual Conference APDU is hosting the 2022 Annual Conference in Arlington, VA on September 20, 2022. Save the Date! NEWS Census Bureau […]

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APDU Weekly – June 2, 2022

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  June 2, 2022 FEATURES National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine Call for Input: 2020 Census Data Products: Workshop on the Demographic and Housing Characteristics Files Submit Input Save the Date: 2022 Annual Conference APDU is hosting the 2022 Annual Conference in Arlington, VA on September 20, 2022. Save the Date! NEWS Reflections on […]

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APDU Weekly – May 26, 2022

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  May 26, 2022 FEATURES Save the Date: 2022 Annual Conference APDU is hosting the 2022 Annual Conference in Arlington, VA on September 20, 2022. Save the Date! NEWS APDU Vice President Reviews APDU Symposium Session on Census Data Products: What Would Your Billboard Say? A Blueprint for Modernizing the Consumer Price Index Senate Report […]

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APDU Vice President Reviews APDU Symposium Session on Census Data Products: What Would Your Billboard Say?

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By: Amy O’Hara, Research Professor, Massive Data Institute, Georgetown University During the APDU spring symposium, I had the pleasure of moderating the Census Data Products Roundtable with Beth Jarosz, Terry Ao Minnis, Allison Plyer, Yvette Robideaux, and Steve Ruggles. We discussed decennial census products – statistics from the 2020 Census, the American Community Survey, and […]

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APDU Weekly – May 19, 2022

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  May 19, 2022 FEATURES National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine Call for Input: 2020 Census Data Products: Workshop on the Demographic and Housing Characteristics Files Submit Input NEWS Census Undercount Threatens Federal Food and Health Programs on Reservations  10-Year Treasury Yield Climbs Above 2.9%  Women Leaving the Workforce: Will this Affect the Gender […]

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APDU Weekly – May 12, 2022

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  May 12, 2022 FEATURES APDU-CIC Symposium: Thank You! APDU extends a warm thank you to those who attended and presented at this year’s virtual symposium, where attendees learned about equity and resiliency in public data in sessions ranging from key questions of race and ethnicity at the Census Bureau to the use of wastewater […]

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APDU Weekly – May 5, 2022

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  May 5, 2022 FEATURES OMB Names DoD’s Suicide Prevention Director as Chief Statistician to Lead Data Goals The Office of Management and Budget is naming Karin Orvis as the next U.S. chief statistician and branch chief for statistical and science policy at OMB’s Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs.  Read More Here NEWS A […]

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