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FW: "Next Generation of Community Statistical Systems"

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-----Original Message-----
From: [log in to unmask] [mailto:[log in to unmask]]On
Behalf Of Maryellen Lewis
Sent: February 1, 2002 5:29 PM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: "Next Generation of Community Statistical Systems"

>ANNOUNCEMENT
>
>The Ford Foundation, the Fannie Mae Foundation
>and the University of Florida's Shimberg Center for Affordable Housing
>  are pleased to present a conference titled
>
>Next Generation of Community Statistical Systems
>13-15 March 2002
>Hyatt Regency Tampa
>211 North Tampa Street
>Tampa, Florida 33602
>813-225-1234
>
>(Additional Information and Registration Materials at
><http://www.shimberg.ufl.edu/confinfo.htm>)
>
>
>Community statistical systems incorporate neighborhood-based data and
>modeling to support analysis, understanding, decision-making, and action
>on the part of community-based organizations and local governments.  The
>purpose of this conference is to explore current opportunities and
>challenges in the development and use of such systems in a variety of
>community-related subject areas as well as the state-of-the-art in
>modeling techniques.  The product of the conference will be a research
>agenda that will serve to move the scientific community on to the next
>generation of Community Statistical Systems.
>
>In order to achieve this purpose the Ford Foundation, Fannie Mae
>Foundation, and the University of Florida's Shimberg Center for Affordable
>Housing have invited experts from across the nation to participate in a
>discussion that will define the current state of the field and its
>needs.  The informed speakers, the debate, and the consensus building that
>will take place during the conference and the post-conference analyses
>will produce a research agenda that will assist the Ford Foundation and
>other interested organizations in stimulating research activities.  The
>elements of this research agenda will target research efforts on those
>areas that will have maximum benefit to the development and use of
>Community Statistical Systems.
>
>All speakers, panelists, panel moderators, and conference participants
>must complete and submit the Registration Form available at the above
>website and they must make their own travel and hotel
>arrangements.  Registration fee of $50 is waived for program participants
>and poster/display participants.  The conference block of rooms will be
>released after 14 February and a substantial cost increase will
>occur.  Direct inquiries to Bob Stroh at  352-392-7697 or by e-mail to
>[log in to unmask]
>
>AGENDA
>(Some panelist changes may occur)
>
>Wednesday, March 13, 2002
>This first day of the conference is devoted to establishing the goals of
>the conference and defining the scope, nature, and potential of
>contemporary Community Statistical Systems and encouraging the
>participants to question how we can get to the next generation.
>1:00    Welcome and Goals of Conference
>George McCarthy, Ford Foundation
>Ayse Talen, Fannie Mae Foundation
>
>
>1:30    Community Statistical Systems  What is and What Could Be
>The purpose of this session is to set the stage by providing an overview
>of efforts related to community statistical systemslevel of activity,
>impacts, challenges, where to go from here.
>Tom Kingsley, Director, Neighborhood Network Indicators Project, The Urban
>Institute
>David Swain, Associate Director, Jacksonville (FL) Community Council, and
>Director,
>Social Indicators Project, National Association of Planning Councils
>
>2:15    Community Statistical Systems  Experience from the Field
>The object here is to give the audience three different views of building
>community statistical systems: a state/city-sponsored nonprofit charged
>with managing an Empowerment Zone; a very comprehensive
>university-sponsored statistical system; and The Enterprise Foundation's
>community development efforts in 18 cities across the country including
>building statistical systems.
>Patrick McGuigan, Executive Director, Providence Plan, Providence, RI
>Cynthia Cunningham, Research Analyst, Polis Center, Indiana U./Purdue U.
>at Indianapolis
>Michael Downie, Director, Planning and Development, The Enterprise
>Foundation, Columbia, MD
>
>3:15    Community Statistical Systems  New Tools
>The aim of this session is to explore two essential emerging tools for
>community statistical
>systemsthe ACS and GIS.
>Cynthia Taeuber, American Community Survey, U.S. Bureau of the Census
>Randy Johnson, Commissioner, Hennepin County, MN, and co-leader, Local
>Leaders for GIS
>Susan Wachter, Wharton School, U. of Pennsylvania
>
>4:15    Break
>
>4:30    Plenary Discussion
>With the seven presenters on the stage, the moderator will lead a
>discussion with participation by both the audience and the panelists that
>will synthesize and compare/contrast what has been  heard and that will
>identify implications for community statistical systems.
>         George McCarthy, The Ford Foundation, Moderator
>
>5:30    Reception & Networking
>The reception hall will be lined with posters addressing specific data
>topics, sources, and systems.  The objective of this session is to
>stimulate interdisciplinary thinking by conference participants and to
>elevate awareness for the nature and extent of data contained in Community
>Statistical Systems that serve workers in other topic areas.
>Modeling                        Health
>care                             Transportation
>Public
>infrastructure           Workforce                               Business
>Land
>use                        Education                               Social
>welfare
>Housing                 Environment                             Social
>capital
>Public
>safety                   Demography
Socioeconomic
>
>
>7:30    Adjourn for the day
>
>
>Thursday Morning
>The Thursday morning program will comprise breakout sessions that address
>key aspects of data sources, integration, commensurability, and the
>geographic dimension of the data.  Each breakout session includes a panel
>of practitioners that can address the issues raised.  Of most interest are
>gaps in information, reasons for those gaps, and approaches for
>resolution.  The  facilitators will monitor key shortcomings of existing
>systems, the gaps in available data, and the compatibility of data from
>source to source.
>
>9:00    Breakout sessions:
>9:15    A) Data Sources  Availability and Limitations
>The aim of the session is to review the major sources of data for
>community statistical systems, identifying their strengths and
>limitations.  discussion will address data from program records, federal
>statistical data, city records.
>Stuart Sweeney, University of California, Santa Barbara, moderator
>David Stevens, University of Baltimore
>Brad Jensen, US Census Bureau, Center for Economic Studies
>Sammis White, University of Wisconsin
>Dennis Culhane, University of Pennsylvania
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>         B) Building a Community Statistical System
>The aim is the session is to understand the technical methods and
>challenges of building a community statistical system, issues concerning
>data sources, integration, organization, updating, and presentation.  Each
>presenter represents a different type of organization (nonprofit,
>university, community foundation) and approach (GIS, data system,
indicators).
>
>
>                 Tom Kingsley, Urban Institute, Moderator
>Peter Haas, Director, GIS, Center for Neighborhood Technology, Chicago,
>Claudia Coulton, Director, Center on Urban Poverty and Social Change, Case
>Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH
>Michael Barndt, The Non-Profit Center, Milwaukee, WI
>C) The Frontier of GIS
>This session will explore the future of GIS for community statistical
>systems including a new mapping language,  real-time monitoring and
>location services, and building state GIS teams (I-Teams).
>Joe Ferriera, MIT Dept Urban Studies & Planning, Moderator
>Ron Lake, President and CEO, Galdos Systems, Vancouver, BC or Paul Daisey,
>Bureau of the Census
>Carl Buell or Cliff Cottman, Open GIS Consortium
>Bruce Cahan, President, Urban Logic, New York, New York
>Discussant: Randy Johnson, Commissioner, Hennepin County, Minnesota, and
>co-leader, Local Leaders for GIS
>
>
>11:45   Luncheon
>Facilitators of breakout sessions report on key gaps or shortcomings in
>data integration and commensurability as identified in the morning
sessions.
>
>
>Thursday Afternoon
>The Thursday afternoon breakout sessions will focus on the shortcomings of
>contemporary organization, tools, and processes that affect establishing,
>maintaining, and using Community Statistical Systems.  The goal of the
>sessions is to drill down into the details of these aspects of the data
>systems in communities and to identify needed change.
>
>2:30    Breakout Sessions
>A)      Using A Community Statistical System (Part One)
>The aim of this session is to explore approaches and challenges to making
>effective use of a community statistical system for social change.  Issues
>include translating data into meaningful stories, communicating data and
>stories, using them to stimulate action, and building staff capacity for
>making use of the system.  Panelists in this session represent a
>university and community-based organizations; a similar session will be
>held Friday 8:00 AM with panelists from government-related organizations.
>Andrew Reamer, Moderator
>Junious Williams, CEO, Urban Strategies Council, Oakland, CA
>Representatives, Neighborhood Learning Partnership, Denver, CO
>
>
>                 William Sabol, Community Analysis, Center on Urban
> Poverty and Social Change,
>Case Western Reserve University
>B)      Replicable Community Statistical Tools
>A number of national organizations are in the process of building
>statistical tools that can be used in any community.  These tools are a
>partial replacement for, or complement to, community statistical systems
>built from the bottom up.  This session would explore the nature of these
>tools, their value, and their proper role in relation to a community
>statistical system.
>Marque Miringoff, Vassar College, Sociology Department, Moderator
>Derek Okubo, Director of National Headquarters and Community Services,
>National Civic League
>Kurt Johnson, Manager, COMPASS, United Way of America
>Anne Habiby, Co-Director and Research Director, Initiative for a
>Competitive Inner City
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>C) Data Issues
>Accessibility, Interoperability, and Confidentiality.   This session will
>address three key challenges to community statistical systems:
>Susan Wachter, University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School, Moderator
>Robert Bennett, Resource Development Associates, Oakland, CA
>Mark Reichert, Open GIS Consortium
>
>4:30    Adjourn for the day
>Thursday evening dinner is on your own.  This time is intended as an
>evening for informal  networking and discussion of the transactions of the
>day in preparation for the Friday activities.
>
>Friday Morning
>The Friday morning session will focus attention on the barriers that face
>developers and users of Community Statistical Systems.  The goal will be
>to prioritize the barriers as a means of assisting the Ford Foundation and
>other organizations in stimulating research in appropriate areas.
>
>8:00    A) Using A Community Statistical System (Part Two)
>Continuation of the Thursday afternoon session.  This session will focus
>on the use of community statistical systems by government-related
>organizations: a COG, an entity created by a state-city compact, and a
city.
>Ayse Talen, Fannie Mae Foundation, Moderator
>Jeff Tayman, Director of Research and Information Systems, San Diego
>Association of Governments
>Patrick McGuigan, Executive Director, Providence Plan, Providence, RI
>Al Leidner, GIS Director, New York City
>B) Building Topic-Specific Community Statistical Systems  Overview of
>Experience
>The aim of this session is to identify overall experience to date and
>lessons learned from building community statistical systems in specific
>fields.
>Peter Tatian, NNIP, Urban Institute, moderator
>Sustainable indicators  Maureen Hart, President, Sustainable Measures
>Community Health indicators -- Anjum Hajat, Program Associate, Research
>and Development Division, National Association of County and City Health
>Officials
>Education  Jay Pfeiffer, Florida Department of Education
>Business Development  Mary Lynn Reilly, CEO, Social Compact
>C)      Role of Data Intermediaries in Building Community Statistical
Systems
>Historically, data intermediaries have played an important role in
>organizing and delivering data for community use.  What roles can they
>usefully play in assisting the creation of community statistical systems?
>Andrew Reamer, moderator
>Barbara Harris, Program Manager, Census Information Centers, U.S. Bureau
>of the Census
>Rick Harper, Director, Haas Center for Business Research & Economic
>Development,
>University of West Florida
>Jane Traynham, Manager, Maryland State Data Center, Maryland Department of
>Planning, and Chair, National State Data Center Steering Committee
>
>
>10:15   Research Priorities (Plenary)
>Plenary session opens with summary presentations by the facilitators of
>the breakout sessions (five minutes per session).  The summaries will be
>used to initiate audience dialogue to explore issues and priorities.
>         Chris Thompson, ASTD, Facilitator
>
>
>11:45   Closing Remarks
>George McCarthy, Ford Foundation
>
>
>12:00   Adjourn conference

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