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Appendix F Redesign Options Workshop Agenda Consumer Expenditure Survey Redesign Options Workshop October 26, 2011 20 F Street NW Conference Center Washington, DC 20001 AGENDA October 26, 2011 8:00–8:30 a.m. Networking and Continental Breakfast 8:30–9:00 Welcome, Introductions and Purpose of Workshop Don Dillman, Panel Chair, Washington State University 9:00–10:15 Presentation of Redesign Recommendations—Westat • David Cantor, Team Leader • Sid Schneider • Brad Edwards • Abie Reifer 10:15–10:45 Break 233

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234 MEASURING WHAT WE SPEND 10:45 a.m.–12:00 p.m. Presentation of Redesign Recommendations— University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, University of Nebraska, Abt-SRBI • Nancy Mathiowetz, Team Leader, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee • Kristen Olson, University of Nebraska • Courtney Kennedy, Abt-SRBI 12:00–1:00 Working Lunch for Informal Discussion of Redesign Ideas 1:00–1:30 Discussant: Methodological/Cognitive Issues and the Proposed Redesigns • Richard Kulka, Consultant 1:30–2:00 Discussant: Implementing Change in a Large Ongoing Survey and the Proposed Redesigns • Chet Bowie, NORC (retired from U.S. Census Bureau) 2:00–2:40 Discussant Panel: Data Users of the Consumer Expenditure Survey • Clinton McCully, Bureau of Economic Analysis. Macrodata use by a Federal program • Mark Lino, Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion, USDA. Microdata use by a Federal program • Melvin Stephens, University of Michigan. Microdata use by a university researcher 2:40–3:00 Break 3:00–4:45 Open Discussion with Panel and Workshop Participants • Michael Horrigan, Associate Commissioner, BLS Discussion Leader 4:45–5:00 Ending Remarks and Wrap-up • Don Dillman, Panel Chair, Washington State University 5:00 Planned Adjournment