Registration Now Open: 2022 Annual Conference

Attend the 2022 APDU Annual Conference to learn more about the future of public data – attendees will hear from leaders such as Census Bureau Director Rob Santos. Join us for a networking lunch and happy hour at the end of the day to reconnect with peers.

  • Reconnect with other public data users
  • Influence the future of equity in public data
  • Celebrate (or critique) the state of public data







Behavioral Issues, Absenteeism at Schools Increase, Federal Data Shows

Celebrating Our Day of Independence as a Wonderfully More Diverse People

Inflation’s Impact on Data Centers

Introducing a New Weekly Column: “The Department of Data”

Job Openings Drop Slightly to 11.3 Million but Remain Elevated

Moving Closer to a Federal Data Privacy Act: House Subcommittee Advances American Data Privacy and Protection Act to Full Committee

Number of Open Jobs In U.S. Fell In May — Here’s What It Means For The Labor Shortage

U.S. Continues to Get Older and More Diverse, New Estimates Show




COVID Was a Leading Cause of Death for 2020, 2021 

Maternal Deaths in U.S. Saw Substantial Increase at Onset of COVID-19 Pandemic 

How Common Is Long COVID? More Common Than You’d Think




Fresh Genetics Data, Available Fast 

My Community Explorer Tool Update 

New Update to Science & Engineering State Indicators

The Redesigned is Here




Census Bureau


Your Community by the Numbers: Data for Community Development


July 12, 2022


2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET


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National Association for Business Economics


Preview of the 2022 Economic Census and Overview of Changes to NAICS and NAPCS


July 13, 2022


1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET


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National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics


Get to Know the Science and Engineering Indicators


July 14, 2022


2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET


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Census Bureau


Introduction to American Community Survey Group Quarters Data


July 20, 2022


2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET


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Census Bureau


OnTheMap for Emergency Management for Response and Recovery During a Natural Disaster


July 28, 2022


2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET


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National Association of County and City Health Officials




July 19 – 21, 2022 


Atlanta, GA and Virtual


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Agricultural and Applied Economics Association


2022 AAEA Annual Meeting


July 31 – August 2, 2022


Anaheim, CA


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National Bureau of Economic Research


24th Annual SSA Research Consortium


August 4 – 5, 2022




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American Statistical Association


Joint Statistical Meetings: Statistics: A Foundation for Innovation


August 6 – 11, 2022


Washington, DC


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2022 ICPSR Summer Program: Stats and Methods Courses

May through August


Virtual and/or In-Person in Ann Arbor, MI


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Association of Public Data Users


Association of Public Data Users (APDU) Annual Conference


September 20, 2022


Arlington, VA


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Economic Research Service


International Food Acquisition Research and Methods (iFARM) Workshop


October 20 – 21, 2022


College Park, MD


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Federal Committee on Statistical Methodology


2022 FCSM Research & Policy Conference


October 25 – 27, 2022


Washington, D.C.


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National Association of Health Data Organization (NAHDO)


37th Annual Conference – Putting Healthcare Data to Work


October 25 – 27, 2022




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American Public Health Association


APHA 2022 – Annual Meeting & Expo


November 6 – 9, 2022


Boston, MA


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Bureau of Labor Statistics



Census Bureau



Economic Research Service



Energy Information Administration



Federal Reserve Bank of New York 



National Agricultural Statistics Service



National Center for Education Statistics



National Center for Health Statistics








Urban Institute





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 Economic Analysis



Bureau of Labor Statistics



Bureau of Transportation Statistics



Census Bureau


Institute of Education Sciences





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