1996 Joint Statistical Meetings

Proceedings of the Government Statistics Section

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ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS CAN PLAY A GREATER ROLE IN NATIONAL STATISTICS IF.... Gerald W. Gates, Bureau of the Census

DEMOGRAPHIC APPLICATIONS OF ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS John F. Long, Bureau of the Census

DISCLOSURE AVOIDANCE TECHNIQUES USED IN PETROLEUM MARKETING DATA Michael J. Griffey and Jacob Bournazian, Energy Information Administration

ELECTRONIC DISSEMINATION OF GOVERNMENT INFORMATION: GPO AND THE FEDERAL DEPOSITORY LIBRARY PROGRAM IN TRANSITION Robert A. Hinton, Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis

ELECTRONIC DISSEMINATION OF STATISTICAL INFORMATION FROM THE NATIONAL CENTER FOR HEALTH STATISTICS Robert J. Weinzimer, National Center for Health Statistics

ELECTRONIC DISSEMINATION OF TIME-SENSITIVE AGRICULTURAL DATA AND STATISTICS AT THE NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS SERVICE Jewel T. Barr, National Agricultural Statistics Service

EVALUATION OF USING MONETARY INCENTIVES IN A GOVERNMENT SURVEY Carolyn Shettle, National Science Foundation and Geraldine Mooney, Mathematica Policy Research

IN SEARCH OF DATA INTEGRATION: NO MATCHES FOUND Gordon E. Priest, Statistics Canada

ISSUES RELATED TO USING ADMINSTRATIVE RECORDS IN CENSUS 2000 Robert W. Marx, Bureau of the Census

NEW DIRECTIONS IN DISCLOSURE LIMITATION AT THE CENSUS BUREAU Laura Zayatz, Richard Moore, and B. Timothy Evans, Bureau of the Census

PERFORMANCE MEAUREMENT AT THE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION Carolyn F. Shettle and Alan I. Rapoport, National Science Foundation

POTENTIAL BENEFITS FROM THE USE OF SCANNER DATA IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE CPI Ralph Bradley, Bureau of Labor Statistics

PREPAID MONETARY INCENTIVES AND MAIL SURVEY RESPONSE RATES Robert M. Baumgartner and Pamela R. Rathbun, Hagler Bailly Consulting, Inc.

RECURSIVE MERGING AND ANALYSIS OF ADMINISTRATIVE LISTS AND DATA Fritz Scheuren, George Washington University, and William E. Winkler, U.S. Bureau of the Census

SUBJECTIVE ASSESSMENTS OF ECONOMIC WELL-BEING AND PRELIMINARY FINDINGS FROM MIAMI Thesia Garner, Linda Stinson, and Stephanie Shipp, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

THE LABOR MARKET FOR STATISTICIANS AND OTHER SCIENTISTS Carolyn Shettle, National Science Foundation and
Catherine Gaddy, Commission on Professionals in Science and Technology

TOWARDS A UNIFIED POPULATION DATABASE FROM ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS Kent Marquis, Signe Wetrogan, and Henry Palacios, Bureau of the Census

USDA ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS SYSTEM Oya Y. Rieger, Public Services Librarian, Mann Library, Cornell University