The use of data is transforming modern society. The way the federal government collects, maintains, and uses data has important implications for growing the economy, improving government services, and ensuring the American public has access to reliable information. To realize…
A conversation about how agencies use learning agendas and other evidence-building approaches to guide and inform agency decisions on high-priority issues.
U.S. statistical agencies provide the foundation for much of the evidence building and knowledge generation that occurs in science and policy analysis
While continued support of FASTA is crucial, the government can do more to reduce operating costs and improve federal property management.
On July 30, the Bipartisan Policy Center will host an Open Forum on the Federal Data Strategy, providing a public opportunity to highlight best practices for the strategic use of government data
The new directive clarifies that the Trump administration intends to continue processes similar to those undertaken by recent Republican and Democratic administrations.
The Trump administration’s President’s Management Agenda recognizes that analyses of high quality data can advance the economy and improve government effectiveness.
The guidance document takes positive steps to clarify the administration’s position on the topic of evidence-based policymaking.
The Department of Transportation building in Washington, D.C. is an example of how reassesses OMB budget rules may help to address the nation’s infrastructure funding gap.