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Appendix A: Workshop Agenda
Pages 47-50

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... Session II will address areas in which innovation is not as well developed as would be desirable in terms of the cost, quality, timeliness, and relevance of federal statistics. Session III will address barriers to innovation and possible remedies.
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... Brian Harris-Kojetin, Statistical and Science Policy Office, Office of Management and Budget Michael Horrigan, Bureau of Labor Statistics Graham Kalton, Westat Jennifer Madans, National Center for Health Statistics Thomas Mesenbourg, U.S. Census Bureau Sally Morton, Graduate School of Public Health, University of Pittsburgh Richard Newell, Energy Information Administration Barry Nussbaum, Office of Environmental Information, U.S.
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... Reedy, Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation Allen Schirm, Mathematica Policy Research, Inc. Ed Spar, Council of Professional Associations on Federal Statistics John Thompson, National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago Katherine Wallman, Statistical and Science Policy Office, OMB
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... 50 FACILITATING INNOVATION IN THE FEDERAL STATISTICAL SYSTEM 3:00 Break 3:30 Session IV: Next Steps Chair: Katherine Wallman, Statistical and Science Policy Office, OMB Panelists: Lawrence Brown, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania Thomas Louis, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health Edward Sondik, National Center for Health Statistics General Discussion among discussants from previous session 4:30 Concluding Comments -- Thomas Louis and Constance Citro 5:00 Adjourn

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