#Trending in 2020: Data Privacy, Accuracy, and Access
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. Some examples of topics might cover:
- Differential privacy and tiered data
- State/local data privacy issues
- Data Suppression
- Corporate data privacy (ex. Facebook’s use of differential privacy)
- Machine learning and the use of programming languages
- How data accuracy will affect redistricting or federal allocations
- Federal agencies data protection actions’ impact on other agency data
- Synthetic or administrative data
- Decennial Census
- Citizenship question
- Complete Count Committee
- Future public data and policy developments
- Current availability of public data (health, education, the economy, energy, the environment, climate, and other areas)
- Federal statistical microdata such as ResearchDataGov
- Federal Data Strategy updates and advocacy
Proposal Deadline: February 28, 2020.
You may submit ideas for a single presentation or a full panel (three presenters, plus a moderator). However, it is possible that we will accept portions of panel submissions to combine with other presenters. Submissions will be evaluated on the quality of work, relevance to APDU Conference attendees, uniqueness of topic and presenter, and thematic fit.
Please submit your proposal using the Survey Monkey collection window below. Proposals will need to be submitted by members of APDU, and all presenters in a panel must register for the conference (full conference registration comes with a free APDU membership). Proposers will be notified of our decision by March 13, 2020.
The Association of Public Data Users (APDU) is a national network that links users, producers, and disseminators of government statistical data. APDU members share a vital concern about the collection, dissemination, preservation, and interpretation of public data. The conference is in Arlington, VA on July 29-30, 2020, and brings together data users and data producers for conversations and presentations on a wide variety of data and statistical topics.