Data Linkage Day is an opportunity for federal employees to share their innovations, applications, and results from linking administrative, survey, and other alternative data sources.
The goal of the event is to promote the technical innovations and outcomes related to linking data for statistical purposes, share those innovations with peers, and inspire new ways to produce analytical results to answer the call of evidence-based policymaking.
Data Linkage Day will also include presentation of the 2019 Links Lecture Award, sponsored by the American Statistical Association.
Contact: Amy O'Hara, Director (RDC) and Research Professor (MDI)
Data Linkage Day Agenda
|1:00pm - 1:45 pm||Poster Session Opens - Great Hall|
|1:45pm - 2:00pm||Plenary Sessions - Auditorium
Welcome & Introductions - Robert Groves, CNSTAT Chair
Current Key Initiatives in the Federal Statistical System - Nancy Potok, Officeof Management and Budget
|2:00pm - 3:00pm||2019 Links Lecture
Introduction: Arthur Kennickell, Stone Center, CUNY Graduate Center
Linking Data to Improve Income Statistics: Bruce Meyer, University of Chicago
Connector Remarks: Mary Bohman, Bureau of Economic Analysis
|3:00pm - 4:00pm||Data Linkage Lightening Presentation
Introduction: Brian Harris-Kojetin, CNSTAT
|4:00pm - 5:30pm||Poster Session Resumes - Great Hall