A Future For Good: How Public Data Helps Us Create Resiliency and Equity for All

APDU is welcoming proposals for the Data Symposium 2022, A Future For Good: How Public Data Helps Us Create Resiliency and Equity for All, (May 3 – 4, 2022). With economic, public health, and governance challenges arising from COVID-19 and political polarization, trustworthy public data is vital to open and honest policy debates. APDU is interested in proposals with specific state and local examples. See all info.



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Harvard University

Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Bureau of Economic Analysis

Bureau of Justice Statistics

Bureau of Labor Statistics

Bureau of Transportation Statistics

Census Bureau

Economic Research Service

Energy Information Administration

National Agricultural Statistics Service

National Center for Education Statistics

National Center for Health Statistics

National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics


Center for American Progress

Peter G. Peterson Foundation

Washington Center for Equitable Growth




APDU maintains a list of open calls for comment on proposed federal data collections. We periodically alert APDU members to newly added calls for comment. 

Over the last several weeks, calls for comment on the following proposed data collections were published in the Federal Register (with due date):


Bureau of Justice Statistics


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