Evidence Act at 2: Progress, Challenges, and Opportunities for 2021


Two years ago the monumental Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act was signed into law. The Evidence Act established a new legal framework in the U.S. federal government for open data, data sharing, data governance, evaluation, and privacy protections. Since the law’s enactment in 2019, much progress has been achieved across federal agencies in achieving the law’s intent and purpose: to promote more evidence-based policy across our government. Join the Data Foundation for a discussion on the law’s two-year anniversary, January 14, 2021, for a discussion about the real challenges the evidence community faces in implementing this important law and the opportunities for the year ahead.




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