Protecting Public Trust in Data: Responsible Data Collection, Management and Use

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Overview


The emerging policy challenges of the 21st century related to pandemic response, economic recovery, and social equity pose distinct opportunities for the data community to ensure decision-makers have access to relevant and reliable information. These challenges also place renewed attention on the critical role of ethics, and credibility for government and private firms alike in responsibly collecting, managing, and using data. This one-hour virtual event will delve into the nuances of protecting the public’s trust to enable data analysis activities. Speakers will identify gaps and opportunities that exist in 2020 that can allude to strategies for 2021 and beyond. 

Speakers


Jeri Mulrow

Vice President & Director of Statistical and Evaluation Sciences at Westat , Former Principal Deputy Director of the Bureau of Justice Statistics, and Former Principal Deputy Director of the Bureau of Justice Statistics

Devin O’Connor

Deputy Director, Economic Research at the Committee for Economic Development and Former Associate Director for Economic Policy at OMB

Paul Moxon

SVP Data Architecture & Chief Evangelist, Denodo

John Thompson

Former Director U.S. Census Bureau

Venue


  ONLINE


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