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212 Tue, 8/10/2021, 1:30 PM - 3:20 PM Virtual
GOVT CSpeed 1 — Contributed Speed
Government Statistics Section
Chair(s): William Everett Cecere, Westat
1:35 PM Implementing Differentially Private Geometric Mechanism to Business Formation Statistics and Manufactured Housing Survey for Privacy Protection
1:40 PM Evidence Act Standard Application Process: Stakeholder Engagement and Observations
Jon Desenberg, The MITRE Corporation; Heather Madray, U.S. Census Bureau; Sue Collin, The MITRE Corporation
1:45 PM Disclosure Risk from Homogeneity Attack in Differentially Private Frequency Distribution
Fang Liu, University of Notre Dame; Xingyuan Zhao, University of Notre Dame
1:50 PM Sharing Student Data Across Organizational Boundaries Using Secure Multiparty Computation
Stephanie Straus, Georgetown University, Massive Data Institute; Amy O'Hara, Georgetown University, Massive Data Institute; David Archer, Galois; Rawane Issa, Galois
1:55 PM Application of Different Priors in Bayesian Logistic Regression Comparing Odds of Non-Response Among Strata in US Census of Horticulture Specialties in Two Selected States
Bayazid Sarkar, NASS/USDA
2:00 PM Using the American Community Survey to Construct a Labor Composition Measure Suitable for BLS MFP and the BEA-BLS Integrated Industry-Level Production Account
Jerin Varghese, Bureau of Labor Statistics; Jon D. Samuels, Bureau of Economic Analysis; Michael Jadoo, Bureau of Labor Statistics; Andrew Kato, Bureau of Labor Statistics; Michael Sverchkov, Bureau of Labor Statistics; Corby Garner, Bureau of Labor Statistics; Justin Harper, Bureau of Labor Statistics
2:05 PM Using Paradata and Machine Learning to Examine American Community Survey (ACS) Data Collection Effectiveness
Caleb Floyd, United States Census Bureau; Deborah Delio, United States Census Bureau; Matthew Brooks , United States Census Bureau
2:10 PM Modeling Survey Nonresponse Using Multiple Indicators of Survey Burden in a Household Survey
John Dixon, Bureau of Labor Statistics
2:15 PM Using Administrative Data to Conduct a Nonresponse Bias Analysis in the Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
Ellen Galantucci, Bureau of Labor Statistics
2:20 PM Multiple Imputation of Missing Data with Skip-Pattern Covariates
Guangyu Zhang, CDC; Yulei He, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Bill Cai, NCHS; Chris Moriarity, NCHS; Hee-Choon Shin, National Center for Health Statistics; Van Parsons, CDC; Katherine Irimata, NCHS
2:30 PM Influential Unit Treatment in the Annual Survey of Local Government Finances
Noah Bassel, US Census Bureau
2:35 PM Data Quality in the Consumer Expenditure Survey’s Large-Scale Online Diary Feasibility Test
Laura Erhard, Bureau of Labor Statistics
2:40 PM Mode Effects in the Research and Development Survey
Bill Cai, NCHS
2:45 PM Agent-Based Modeling of Residential Energy Demand
Janice Lent, U.S. Energy Information Administration
2:50 PM Projection of Argentina's Macroeconomic Aggregates Through a Constrained Adaptive Expectations Model
Luis Frank, Universidad de Buenos Aires
2:55 PM HODOR: Hold-Out Design for Network A/B Testing with Lurking Variables
Nicholas Alfredo Larsen, North Carolina State University, Department of Statistics; Jon Stallrich, North Carolina State; Srijan Sengupta, North Carolina State University
3:15 PM Floor Discussion