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Suggested Citation:"Appendix Workshop Agenda and Participants." National Research Council. 2000. Summary of a Workshop on Information Technology Research for Federal Statistics. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/9874.
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Appendix

Workshop Agenda and Participants

AGENDA

Tuesday, February 9, 1999

7:30 a.m.

Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:30

Welcome

William Scherlis

8:45

Keynote Address

Thomas Kalil, National Economic Council

9:15

Panel 1: Case Studies

  • National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys, Lewis Berman

  • American Travel Study, Heather Contrino

  • Current Population Survey, Cathryn Dippo

  • National Crime Victimization Survey, Denise Lewis Sallie Keller-McNulty, Moderator

11:00

Panel 2: Information Technology Trends and Opportunities

Gary Marchionini, Tom Mitchell, Ravi S. Sandhu, William Cody, Clifford Neuman (moderator)

12:30 p.m.

Lunch

1:30

Panel 3: Study Design, Data Collection, and Data Processing

Martin Appel, Judith Lessler, James Smith, William Eddy (moderator)

 
Suggested Citation:"Appendix Workshop Agenda and Participants." National Research Council. 2000. Summary of a Workshop on Information Technology Research for Federal Statistics. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/9874.
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3:00

Break

3:30-5:00

Panel 4: Creating Statistical Information Products

Michael Levi, Bruce Petrie, Diane Schiano, Susan Dumais (moderator)

6:00-7:30

Reception

5:30-8:00

Exhibits

TIGER Mapping System, Mable/Geocorr; U.S. Gazetteer; Census FERRET; CDC Wonder; National Center for Health Statistics Mortality Mapping Exhibit, Display, and Demo; Westat Blaise; Consumer Price Index CAPI; Census CAPI; FedStats

Wednesday, February 10, 1999

7:30 a.m.

Continental Breakfast

8:30

Keynote Address

Katherine Wallman, Office of Management and Budget

9:00

Panel 5: The Consumer's Perspective

Virginia deWolf, Latanya Sweeney, Paul Overberg, Michael Nelson (moderator)

10:30

Break

10:45

Breakout Sessions

  1. Data management, survey technique, process, systems architecture, metadata, interoperation

  2. Data mining, inference, privacy, aggregation and sharing, metadata, security

  3. Human-computer interaction, privacy, dissemination, literacy

11:45

Report Back from Breakout Sessions

12:15 p.m.

Adjourn

PARTICIPANTS

RICHARD ALLEN, U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Statistics Service

MARTIN APPEL, Census Bureau

DON BAY, U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Statistics Service

LINDA BEAN, National Center for Health Statistics

LEWIS BERMAN, National Center for Health Statistics

TORA BICKSON, RAND Corporation

LARRY BRANDT, National Science Foundation

CAVAN CAPPS, Census Bureau

Suggested Citation:"Appendix Workshop Agenda and Participants." National Research Council. 2000. Summary of a Workshop on Information Technology Research for Federal Statistics. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/9874.
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LYNDA CARLSON, Energy Information Agency

DAN CARR, George Mason University

WILLIAM CODY, IBM Almaden

EILEEN COLLINS, National Science Foundation

FREDERICK CONRAD, Bureau of Labor Statistics

HEATHER CONTRINO, Bureau of Transportation Statistics

ROBERT CREECY, Census Bureau

W. BRUCE CROFT, University of Massachusetts at Amherst

MARSHALL DEBERRY, Bureau of Justice Statistics

DAVID DeWITT, University of Wisconsin at Madison

VIRGINIA deWOLF, Office of Management and Budget

CATHRYN DIPPO, Bureau of Labor Statistics

SUSAN DUMAIS, Microsoft Research

WILLIAM EDDY, Carnegie Mellon University

JEAN FOX, Bureau of Labor Statistics

JOHN GAWALT, National Science Foundation

JIM GENTLE, George Mason University

VALERIE GREGG, National Science Foundation

JANE GRIFFITH, Congressional Research Service

EVE GRUNTFEST, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs

CAROL HOUSE, U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Statistics Service

SALLY HOWE, National Coordination Office for Computing, Information, and Communications

TERRENCE IRELAND, Consultant

THOMAS KALIL, National Economic Council

DAVID KEHRLEIN, Governor's Office of Emergency Services, State of California

SALLIE KELLER-McNULTY, Los Alamos National Laboratory

NANCY KIRKENDALL, Office of Management and Budget

BILL LAROCQUE, National Center for Education Statistics, Department of Education

FRANK LEE, Census Bureau

JUDITH LESSLER, Research Triangle Institute

MICHAEL LEVI, Bureau of Labor Statistics

ROBYN LEVINE, Congressional Research Service

DENISE LEWIS, Census Bureau

GARY MARCHIONINI, University of North Carolina

PATRICE McDERMOTT, OMB Watch

TOM M. MITCHELL, Carnegie Mellon University

SALLY MORTON, RAND Corporation

KRISH NAMBOODIRI, National Coordination Office for Computing, Information, and Communications

Suggested Citation:"Appendix Workshop Agenda and Participants." National Research Council. 2000. Summary of a Workshop on Information Technology Research for Federal Statistics. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/9874.
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MICHAEL R. NELSON, IBM

CLIFFORD NEUMAN, Information Sciences Institute, University of Southern California

JANET NORWOOD, Former Commissioner, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

SARAH NUSSAR, Iowa State University

LEON OSTERWEIL, University of Massachusetts at Amherst

PAUL OVERBERG, USA Today

BRUCE PETRIE, Statistics Canada

LINDA PICKLE, National Center for Health Statistics

JOSEPH ROSE, Department of Education

CHARLIE ROTHWELL, National Center for Health Statistics

ALAN SAALFELD, Ohio State University

RAVI S. SANDHU, George Mason University

WILLIAM SCHERLIS, Carnegie Mellon University

DIANE SCHIANO, Interval Research

PAULA SCHNEIDER, Census Bureau

JAMES SMITH, Westat

KAREN SOLLINS, National Science Foundation

EDWARD J. SPAR, Council of Professional Associations on Federal Statistics

PETER STEGEHUIS, Westat

LATANYA SWEENEY, Carnegie Mellon University

RACHEL TAYLOR, Census Bureau

NANCY VAN DERVEER, Census Bureau

KATHERINE WALLMAN, Office of Management and Budget

LINDA WASHINGTON, National Center for Health Statistics

ANDY WHITE, National Research Council

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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.

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