APDU is happy to announce the 2020 APDU Annual conference in a virtual format on July 27-31, 2020. With the coronavirus delaying the Decennial Census and looming issues of data privacy and accuracy, what can we expect in the future? Attend this year’s conference to learn more!
APDU is pleased to announce the results of the elections for our Board of Directors.
The next nationwide count starts in most of the country this March, and companies can help ensure its accuracy by encouraging employees and customers to participate.
APDU is opening registration for the 2020 Annual Conference, set to be held at the Key Bridge Marriott in Arlington, VA on July 29-30, 2020. Trending issues in the world of data – issues of privacy, accuracy, and access – are profoundly changing how we think about the collection, production, sharing, and use of data. Register for the APDU Annual Conference today to learn how the coronavirus is impacting public data and evidence-based policymaking. Attendees will also hear about outcomes from the decennial census and the privacy and public health issues that are impacting it in 2020.
The Census Bureau’s solution to protecting privacy is a new DAS based on a methodology referred to as Differential Privacy (DP). The Census commissioned the Committee on National Statistics (CNSTAT) of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine to host a 2-day Workshop on 2020 Census Data Products: Data Needs and Privacy Considerations, held in Washington, DC, on December 11-12, 2019. This post provides an overview of the findings.
APDU is welcoming proposals on any topic related to the privacy, accuracy, and access of public data. Proposals can be for a single presentation or panel, whether based on a particular project, data practice, or formal paper. In keeping with the theme of the conference, our interest is in highlighting the breadth of public data to both producers and consumers of public data. Deadline: February 28, 2020.