Nick Hart, CEO of the Data Coalition, issued the following statement following Senate introduction of the Taxpayers Right-to-Know Act.
Data Coalition CEO Nick Hart issued a statement following the release of OMB's guidance on the implementation of the Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act.
Data Coalition CEO Nick Hart issued the following statement on the Supreme Court’s decision about the proposed citizenship question for the 2020 census in United States Department of Commerce v. New York.
Today, the Grant Reporting Efficiency and Agreements Transparency (GREAT) Act (S.1829) was favorably reported out of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.
In 2020 the U.S. Census Bureau will launch the most important data collection activity in government in a decade: the decennial census. Today, the Data Coalition announced a formal partnership with the U.S. Census Bureau to promote a reliable count of U.S. households.
The release of the long-awaited Federal Data Strategy from the Trump Administration is a positive sign about the Executive Branch’s recognition that government data can and should be used more strategically to benefit the American public.
The Data Coalition applauds the Committee’s efforts to improve transparency and efficiency throughout the legislative branch.
The Data Coalition is proud to support Senators Portman (R-OH), Schatz (D-HI), Gardner (R-CO), and Harris's (D-CA) bipartisan A.I. bill.
The Data Coalition and Data Foundation Boards of Directors announced Nick Hart, Ph.D., as the organizations’ new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Interim President respectively.
President Trump signed into law the Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking (FEBP) Act (H.R. 4174, S. 2046), which includes the Open, Public, Electronic and Necessary (OPEN) Government Data Act (Title II).
Following this afternoon’s Senate vote, Congress has passed the Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking (FEBP) Act (H.R. 4174, S. 2046). The package will now be sent to the President to be signed into law.
On Wednesday, September 26, the House of Representatives passed the GREAT Act (S. 3484, H.R. 4887). Earlier that day, the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee unanimously reported the legislative proposal by voice vote.