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Flaxman Will Contribute Insights during APDU’s Data Privacy, Accuracy, and Access Conference

Posted: 7/15/2020 (Conference)

CSDE Affiliate Abraham Flaxman will be presenting on a July 27 panel titled “Impediments to Accurate Statistics” during the Association of Public Data Users (APDU) Conference from July 27-31.  The conference theme is Data Privacy, Accuracy, and Access and features several very important topics of interest to CSDE affiliates, as well as speakers who are collaborators or colleagues (Pamela Herd, Mary Jo Hoeksema, Beth Jarosz, Amy O’Hara, David Van Riper). Conference details can be found here. Here is a brief summary of events during the conference:
July 27 (EST)
10am – New Data Products and Access Tools – Presented by the Bureau of Labor Statistics
10am – Shape Your Future – US Census Bureau (pre-recorded)
12:45 –  Kevin McAvey, Senior Manager Manatt Health
1pm – Differential Privacy and the 2020 Census: Balancing Accuracy Requirements and Privacy Commitments
3pm – Impediments to Accurate Statistics
July 28 (EST)
1pm – How Data is Made Available to the Public
2:15pm – APDU Meet and Greet (RSVP Required)
3pm – Plenary Panel: Data Agency Leadership
July 29 (EST)
1pm – New and Improved Data Sources
2:15pm – APDU Town Hall: Data Integrity and Access (RSVP required)
3pm – Keynote: Data Privacy, Security and Misinformation
July 30 (EST)
1pm – The Evaluation and Use of Alternative Data
2:15pm – APDU Town Hall: Data Privacy and Accuracy (RSVP required)
3pm – Setting Policymaking Priorities on Differential Privacy
July 31 (EST)
1pm – The Many Layers of Crime Statistics
2pm – Networking Break
3pm – Closing Plenary: Census Bureau Report on Decennial Census

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