The U.S. Commission on Evidence-Based Policymaking developed a strategy for increasing the availability and use of data in order to build evidence about government programs, while protecting privacy and confidentiality. During the course of the bipartisan Commission’s work, members studied how data, research, and evaluation are currently used to build evidence, and how to strengthen the Federal government’s evidence-building capacity. This discussion will highlight the findings and final recommendations the Commission presented to the President and the Congress in September 2017.
Episode 33: This Week in Immigration
Budget and Economics, Immigration