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A working group has issued recommendations for agency data gathering in compliance with a 2021 Biden administration executive order titled “Advancing Racial Equity And Support For Underserved Communities Through the Federal Government.”

That order created a working group “to study existing federal data collection policies, programs, and infrastructure to identify inadequacies and provide recommendations that lay out a strategy for increasing data available for measuring equity and representing the diversity of the American people,” said a White House announcement.


The report addresses matters including leveraging underused data, building equity assessments into policy decisions, partnering with other levels of government and researchers, public disclosure of data, privacy protections, and more.

The report is at: https://www.whitehouse.gov/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/eo13985-vision-for-equitable-data.pdf

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