Three of us from PolicyMap attended a conference on community development at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia this week. The conference was called Reinventing Older Communities: Bridging Growth & Opportunity and featured an array of speakers on the future of our cities and metropolitan areas including demographics, economic growth, neighborhood revitalization, infrastructure, education, housing […]
PolicyMap attended a panel discussion on The Economic Impact of Open Data today, hosted by the Center for Data Innovation in Washington D.C. Speakers focused on the opportunities and challenges associated with making government data more accessible and useful, and the potential gain to the private sector in leveraging data resources from federal, state and […]
PolicyMap was pleased to participate in Data Innovation Day today in Washington, DC. This one-day conference brings together data enthusiasts from all sectors to discuss new developments in data science and how data affects governance and society. Two important themes that emerged during the day were governmental efforts to make data open and available, and […]
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Two of us from PolicyMap traveled to DC this week to get the latest information on publicly available datasets from the Association of Public Data Users at the APDU 2013 conference. At APDU we attended sessions on housing, transportation and health data. We also heard updates from many federal statistical agencies including the Bureau of […]