12
Jun
3:00 pm EDT
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  • Intermediate Application of Data Sets: The Department of the Treasury’s Data Lab

    In this demonstration, Treasury’s Bureau of the Fiscal Service will provide a general overview of the Data Lab and its guiding principles and values. The Data Transparency team will discuss the Data Lab’s relationship to USAspending.gov and our commitment to open data, human-centered design, and agile development. We will examine some Data Lab analyses, such as the recently launched Your Guide to America’s Finances, and review our methodology. Importantly, we will also explain how attendees, and the public at large, can leverage USAspending.gov’s open data to gain insights into public issues they care about. We welcome questions and feedback throughout the discussion.

    The Data Lab is a platform designed to help generate public understanding of government spending through interactive data visualizations. It creates tools and visualizations that seek to answer interesting but complicated questions, and shows the power of the data available on USAspending.gov.

    Presenter:
    Justin Marsico, Product Manager, Research & Analytics for Data Transparency, Bureau of the Fiscal Service, U.S. Department of the Treasury

    Webinar recordings and presentations are available to APDU members in the APDU member area.