Maintaining the Quality and Integrity of US Government Data – Discussion and Mixer

Posted By David Wilhite

Accessible, accurate and reliable government data is essential to business journalism and democracy. The dynamic U.S. economy requires statistical agencies to constantly be modernizing, researching, and investing to ensure measurements keep pace. Find out what government agencies are doing to keep their data sacred at a discussion and mixer presented by SABEW, NPR, American Institutes for Research and the National Association for Business Economics.

Join us as NPR Business Editor Marilyn Geewax leads a discussion with representatives of the big-three data agencies — the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Bureau of Economic Analysis, and the Census Bureau. And stick around to develop sources and story leads at a reception and mixer with business journalists and economists.

Register for the event here

Tuesday, July 18
3:15 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Discussion
4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Cocktail Reception and Mixer

Four Seasons Hotel in D.C.’s Georgetown neighborhood. Click here for directions.
The panel discussion will be held in Corcoran Salon B. The reception will follow in the Conservatory & Patio.

Upon arrival, please check in and pick up your name badge at the NABE registration desk in the Ballroom Foyer, on the bottom floor of the Four Seasons. You must have a badge in order to access this event. Please check in by 3:00pm for the event, which will begin promptly at 3:15pm.

Marilyn Geewax, Senior Business Editor, NPR

John Eltinge, assistant director of research and methodology, U.S. Census Bureau
Michael Horrigan, CBE, associate commissioner, Office of Employment and Unemployment Statistics, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Constance Hunter, chief economist, KPMG
Brian Moyer, director, U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

Free to NABE and SABEW members, the media, NABE economic measurement seminar attendees and government employees.









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