Day 1: Tuesday, November 13, 2018

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2018
Tuesday, November 13th
9:00 AM

Registration and Breakfast

All Attendees

Room TBD

9:00 AM - 9:30 AM

9:30 AM

Introductory Remarks

Georgetown University
ADRF Network

Room TBD

9:30 AM - 9:45 AM

9:45 AM

Keynote: Data-driven Collective Impact: Driving Social Change as a Community

Natalie Evans Harris

Room TBD

9:45 AM - 10:30 AM

Natalie has dedicated nearly 20 years to advancing the public sector’s responsible use of data for protecting and improving individual's lives.

Following a 15 year career at the National Security Agency, Natalie co-founded and became COO of BrightHive, a collaborative data platform delivering a suite of smart data collection, integration, and governance products to social services providers for improved access and usability of social sector data. She founded the Community-driven Principles for Ethical Data Sharing (CPEDS)community of practice with over 800 active members focused on strengthening ethical practices in the data science community and as a Senior Policy Advisor under the Obama Administration, she founded the Data Cabinet - a federal data science community of practice with over 200 active members across more than 40 federal agencies.

10:30 AM

Break

All Attendees

10:30 AM - 10:40 AM

10:40 AM

Emerging Tools, Resources, and Approaches

Kathy Pettit (Moderator), Urban Institute
Allison R.B Tyler, University of Michigan School of Information
Kevin J. Sweeney, Stats NZ
Robert Gradeck, University of Pittsburgh
Amanda Davis, Baltimore Neighborhood Indicators Alliance - Jacob France Institute, University of Baltimore

Room TBD

10:40 AM - 12:00 PM

Moderator: Kathy Pettit

Presenters:

  • Allison R.B. Tyler, "Researcher Credentialing for Administrative Data: Easing the Burden, Increasing the Efficiency"
  • Kevin J Sweeney: "A Steady States Data Flow Model to Support Administrative Data Sourcing"
  • Robert Gradeck: "Librarians as Critical Infrastructure in Data Ecosystems"
  • Amanda Davis: "Utilizing data-driven technology tools for community-led solutions to vacant properties and urban blight"

Systems Architecture, Data Processing, and Data Security

Ken Steif (Moderator), University of Pennsylvania
Amy Hawn Nelson, University of Pennsylvania
Ryan Mackenzie White, Statistics Canada
Christian Hirsch, Deutsche Bundesbank
Graham MacDonald, Urban Institute
David Wu, Stanford University

Room TBD

10:40 AM - 12:00 PM

Moderator: Ken Steif

Presenters:

  • Amy Hawn Nelson: "Understanding the Information Architecture for Civic Innovation, Research, and Evaluation"
  • Ryan Mackenzie White: "Administrative Data Format Standardization for Efficient Analytics"
  • Christian Hirsch: "International Network for Exchanging Experience on Statistical Handling of Granular Data (INEXDA)"
  • Graham MacDonald: "Spark for Social Science"
  • David Wu: "Protecting Patient Privacy in Genomic Analysis"

12:00 PM

Networking Lunch

All Attendees

Room TBD

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

1:00 PM

Improving Data Quality and Standards

Jennifer Madans (Moderator), National Center for Health Statistics
Zachary H. Seeskin, NORC at the University of Chicago
Annette Christy, University of South Florida
Sadaf Asrar, Optimal Solutions Group, LLC
John Loft, RTI International
Paul Wormeli, Wormeli Consulting, LLC

Room TBD

1:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Moderator: Jennifer Madans

Presenters:

  • Zachary H. Seeskin: "Constructing a Toolkit to Evaluate Quality of State and Local Administrative Data"
  • Annette Christy: "Curation and Application of Statewide Data on Involuntary Assessment and Treatment in Behavioral Health"
  • Sadaf Asrar: "A Systems Approach to International Education: How Administrative Data is Being used to Track the Progress of USAID's Education Strategy"
  • John Loft: "Electronic Health Records in Behavioral Research"
  • Paul Wormeli: "The National Information Exchange Model and making data relevant"

Measuring the Economy, Housing, and People

Kitty Smith Evans (Moderator), American Economic Association
Marvin Ward Jr., JPMorgan Chase Institute
Carla Medalia, U.S. Census Bureau
John Haltiwanger, University of Maryland
Misty L. Heggeness, U.S. Census Bureau
Laurie Goodman, Urban Institute

Room TBD

1:00 PM - 2:20 PM

Moderator: Kitty Smith Evans

Presenters:

  • Marvin Ward Jr.: "Our Economy is Evolving: Shouldn't the Way We Measure It Evolve Too?"
  • Carla Medalia: "Linking Survey and Administrative Data to Measure Income, Inequality, and Mobility"
  • John Haltiwanger: "Minding Your Ps and Qs: Going from Micro to Macro in Measuring Prices and Quantities"
  • Misty L. Heggeness: "Harnessing Administrative Records for Official Statistics on People and Households"
  • Laurie Goodman: "Housing Affordability: Local and National Perspectives"

2:20 PM

Coffee Break, Poster, and Interactive Session

Megan Davis, Mathematica Policy Research
Sandra Clark, U.S. Census Bureau
David Bleckley, University of Michigan/ICPSR
Brian J. Goode, SDAL - Virginia Tech
Misty Heggeness, U.S. Census Bureau
Jordan Butz, University of Pennsylvania
Annie Streetman, University of Pennsylvania
Kathryn Shantz, U.S. Census Bureau
Adela Luque, U.S. Census Bureau
Susan Jekielek, The University Of Michigan
Amy O'Hara, Georgetown University
Kara Bonneau, Duke University

Room TBD

2:20 PM - 3:30 PM

Presenters:

  • Megan Davis: "Improving Administrative Data Quality at the Initial Stages of the Data Life Cycle"
  • Sandra Clark: "Using Administrative Records in the American Community Survey"
  • Kara Bonneau: "North Carolina Education Research Data Center"
  • David Bleckley: "DataLumos and Beyond: ICPSR's Tool for Crowdsourced Sharing of Administrative and Other Government Data and Ways to Address its Limitations"
  • Brian J. Goode: "Classifying Families and Households for VA Government Stakeholders using Existing Administrative Records"
  • Misty Heggeness: "Linking Administrative Data across Federal Agencies: Outcome Evaluations for NIH Training Programs"
  • Jordan Butz; Annie Streetman: "Predicting Spatial Risk of Opioid Overdoses in Providence, RI"
  • Kathryn Shantz: "Using SNAP and TANF Administrative Records and the Transfer Income Model to Evaluate Poverty Measurement"
  • Adela Luque: "The Nonemployer Statistics by Demographics: Leveraging Administrative Data to Meet Stakeholder Needs"
  • Susan Jekielek: "Higher Education Administrative Data Elements: Potential for Analysis"
  • Amy O'Hara: "'I Need That!' Interactive Session"

3:30 PM

Innovations in Data Linkage

Luiza Antonie (Moderator), University of Guelph
Marc Roemer, NCHS
Ian Crandell, Social and Decision Analytics Laboratory, Biocomplexity Institute of Virginia Tech
Dean M. Resnick, NORC
Susan Hautaniemi Leonard, ICPSR/University of Michigan

Room TBD

3:30 PM - 4:50 PM

Moderator: Luiza Antoine

Presenters:

  • Marc Roemer: "An assessment of using frequency weights for record linkage"
  • Ian Crandell: "Record Linkage Reconciliation of Arlington Department of Human Services Administrative Data Using Potts Models"
  • Dean M. Resnick: "Simulation Approach to Assess the Precision of Estimates Derived from Linking Survey and Administrative Records"
  • Susan Hautaniemi Leonard: "Building a repository for record linkage"

Recipes for Successful Collaborations Across Organizations

Della Jenkins (Moderator), Actionable Intelligence for Social Policy
Jennifer Auer, Optimal Solutions Group, LLC
Heather L. Rouse, Iowa State University
Roxane Silberman, CASD-GENES & CNRS Paris, France
James Ayles, New Brunswick Department of Health
Jennifer Romich, University of Washington

Room TBD

3:30 PM - 4:50 PM

Moderator: Della Jenkins

Presenters:

  • Jennifer Auer: "Working with federal government agencies to unlock administrative data"
  • Heather L. Rouse: "Integrated Administrative Data for Early Childhood Iowa: A Governance Model to inform Policy and Program Collaboration"
  • Roxane Silberman: "International Data Access Network (IDAN)"
  • James Ayles: "Key Factors in the establishment an academia-government center of public sector administrative data and policy research"
  • Jennifer Romich: "The Washington State Merged Longitudinal Administrative Database"

4:50 PM

Break

All Attendees

4:50 PM - 5:00 PM

5:00 PM

Welcome Reception

All Attendees

Room TBD

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM