APDU President Cliff Cook provides his reflections on the 2017 APDU Annual Conference in this blog post.
September 13-14, 2017 at the Residence Inn Arlington Pentagon City in Arlington, VA
At this year’s APDU annual conference, you have a unique opportunity to directly influence how federal statistics are gathered, produced, and shared. Learn from experts. Engage with leaders. Collaborate with peers to make a difference. Join us on September 13-14 in Arlington, VA.
At the Washington Briefing at the 2017 APDU Annual Conference, Dale Oak of Oak Federal Solutions gave a great presentation on the most effective ways to educate Congress on the importance of federal data programs.
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The Full House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform hearing on October 12 provided some reasons for optimism regarding the Trump Administration’s support of the Census Bureau. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross testified before the committee and voiced support for appropriate funding of the 2020 Census. Further, the Administration plans to hire a comparable number of enumerators […]
The Elections Committee is governed by the APDU By-Laws, Article 5. The Committee is preparing a slate of candidates for Secretary and an At-Large Board Member. Incumbent Secretary Sarah Burgoyne has decided to seek a 2nd term. Erin Holve, currently an At-Large Board Member, is not seeking a 2nd term. The Elections Committee welcomes your suggestions as we prepare a slate of candidates. The deadline for suggestions to the Election Committee is October 31. Please send your nominations to Warren Brown at email@example.com.
APDU board member Elizabeth Nash discusses her conference session, “Innovative Approaches to Understanding Our Most Pressing Public Policy Issues: Lessons in Education and Opportunity”, in this blog post. The panel explored the use of public data in policy topics such as the opioid epidemic, homelessness and education and opportunity disparities.