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Protecting and Accessing Data from the Survey of Earned Doctorates: A Workshop Summary Appendix A Workshop Agenda and Participants AGENDA Goals for the Workshop: Review proposed confidentiality criteria for the Survey of Earned Doctorates Consider the findings of a series of data user and stakeholder meetings Address the appropriate content of the public-release tables Consider disclosure policies and practices in other federal agencies Consider options for access to the survey data through a secure enclave arrangement Wednesday, May 27, 2009 Open Session 8:00–8:30 am Call to Order and Introductions Barbara Bailar, Chair
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Protecting and Accessing Data from the Survey of Earned Doctorates: A Workshop Summary 8:30–10:00 Session 1: Context for Protection of Confidential Data Moderator: Mark Schneider Disclosure Policies Pertaining to the Federal Statistical System (CIPSEA) Brian Harris-Kojetin, Office of Management and Budget Overview of Disclosure Policies and Practices: FCSM Working Paper 22, American Statistical Association Guidelines NCHS Experience Alvan Zarate, consultant 10:00–10:15 Break 10:15–11:30 Session 2: Overview of NSF Options, Decision and Impact Moderator: Robert Santos Mark Fiegener, SED Survey Manager, National Science Foundation, Division of Science Resources Statistics Steve Cohen, Chief Statistician, National Science Foundation, Division of Science Resources Statistics 11:30–12:15 pm Session 3: User Requirements for the Survey of Earned Doctorates Data Moderator: Anne Petersen Findings of the QEM Outreach Meetings Shirley McBay, Quality Education for Minorities (QEM) Network 12:15–1:00 Working Lunch (Roundtable Discussions of User Needs)
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Protecting and Accessing Data from the Survey of Earned Doctorates: A Workshop Summary 1:00–2:00 Session 4: Models for Assuring Access and Confidentiality Moderator: Scott Holan Emerging Models for Access and Confidentiality Jacob Bournazian, Energy Information Administration 2:00–2:15 Break 2:15–3:00 Session 5: Future Options for Assuring Access and Protecting Confidentiality Moderator: Willie Pearson, Jr. Issues in Disclosure Risk Assessments Jerome P. Reiter, Duke University 3:00–5:00 pm “Open Mike” Discussion and Summary Moderator: Barbara Bailar, Chair PARTICIPANTS Barbara A. Bailar, Independent consultant Jacob Bournazian, Energy Information Agency Joan Burrelli, National Science Foundation Lynda Carlson, National Science Foundation Chanda Chhay, Caset Associates, Ltd. Constance Citro, National Research Council Stephen Cohen, National Science Foundation Mark Fiegener, National Science Foundation Mary Frase, National Science Foundation Brian Harris-Kojetin, Office of Management and Budget Scott Holan, University of Missouri-Columbia Howard Kurtzman, American Psychological Association Shirley McBay, QEM Network William Pate, Center for Workforce Studies (APA) Willie Pearson, Jr., Georgia Institute of Technology Anne C. Petersen, Stanford University Thomas Plewes, National Research Council
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Protecting and Accessing Data from the Survey of Earned Doctorates: A Workshop Summary D. Matthew Powell, National Science Foundation Jerome Reiter, Duke University Robert Santos, Urban Institute Mark S. Schneider, American Institutes for Research Michael Siri, National Research Council Roberta Spalter-Roth, American Sociological Association Vincent Welch, National Opinion Research Center Alvan Zarate, Independent consultant