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Latest APDU Weekly Data Updates

APDU Monthly – January 18, 2024

The U.S. Census Bureau recently announced the release of new state-level data for the Post-Secondary Employment Outcomes (PSEO) experimental data product. This month we feature a blog post that provides an overview of PSEO and the newest data release, which includes employment outcomes data on 825 postsecondary institutions, which cover approximately 29% of all college graduates.

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APDU Bi-Weekly – June 8, 2023

  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 Weekly – January 26, 2023

  January 26, 2023 FEATURE OMB Wants Your Feedback: Policy Revisions on Standards for Maintaining, Collecting, and Presenting Federal Data on Race and Ethnicity The U.S. Office of Management and Budget’s Office of the Chief Statistician has released an initial set of recommended revisions to the 1997 Statistical Policy Directive No. 15 on Standards for […]

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APDU Weekly – March 17, 2022

  March 17, 2022 FEATURE APDU Board Member: Building Up by Breaking Down If the mantra in real estate is “location, location, location,” the mantra for public data users is—or should be: “disaggregation, disaggregation, disaggregation.” Why does disaggregation matter? In this blog post, APDU Board Member Beth Jarosz discusses the importance of disaggregated data and […]

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APDU Weekly – March 10, 2022

  March 10, 2022 NEWS Experts: Census Needs Funding to Repair Its Data ‘Backbone’ New Report Raises Alarm That Essential Data for the Nation Is at Risk Census Bureau to Lay Out Potential Misses in 2020 Count Why the Census Invented Nine Fake People in One House Treasury Launches Historic Equity Measurements for American Rescue […]

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