Part of an in-depth study of how information technology research and development could more effectively support advances in the use of information technology (IT) in government, Summary of a Workshop on Information Technology Research for Federal Statistics explores IT research opportunities of relevance to the collection, analysis, and dissemination of federal statistics. On February 9 and 10, 1999, participants from a number of communities—IT research, IT research management, federal statistics, and academic statistics—met to identify ways to foster interaction among computing and communications researchers, federal managers, and professionals in specific domains that could lead to collaborative research efforts. By establishing research links between these communities and creating collaborative mechanisms aimed at meeting relevant requirements, this workshop promoted thinking in the computing and communications research community and throughout government about possibilities for advances in technology that will support a variety of digital initiatives by the government.
Table of Contents
|1 Introduction and Context||1-16|
|2 Research Opportunities||17-43|
|3 Interactions for Information Technology Innovation in Federal Statistical Work||44-48|
|Appendix Workshop Agenda and Participants||49-52|
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