SEAP Submits Comments to Department of Commerce Focusing on Awareness, Accessibility, and Representation

Under the 2018 Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act, the Department of Commerce created a proposed Learning Agenda for FY 2022–2022, which commits the department to researching priority evidence/evaluation questions supporting the Department’s Strategic Objectives.

SEAP partners with dozens of small non-profits to state and federal government agencies on economic security, healthcare, and climate. Our partners frequently request existing and new datasets. Our team often finds that current DOC data is the first barrier when providing federal data sources.

Read the full letter here.

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