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Eventually we hope there will be wiki and source code control sites for statistical methodology that U.S. federal staff across agencies have permission to use.  That will enable easier scientific and technical work and cooperation.  Some such sites are likely to be hosted by the GSA or its contractors and others by the OECD.
Eventually we hope there will be wiki and source code control sites for statistical methodology that U.S. federal staff across agencies have permission to use.  That will enable easier scientific and technical work and cooperation.  Some such sites are likely to be hosted by the GSA or its contractors and others by the OECD.
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Are you interested in this?  Edit this page so as to leave your name below, or write meyer.peter at bls.gov or buszuwski.james at bls.gov.
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Are you interested in this?  Edit this page by clicking on the "edit" tab above and leave your name below, or write meyer.peter at bls.gov or buszuwski.james at bls.gov.
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We would like to build up a set of contacts who are interesting in making this happen and using such sites.
We would like to build up a set of contacts who are interesting in making this happen and using such sites.
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LIST OF INTERESTED PERSONS
1.  meyer.peter at bls.gov.  Peter Meyer, research economist at the US BLS.
1.  meyer.peter at bls.gov.  Peter Meyer, research economist at the US BLS.
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2.  matthew.jans at census.gov. Matt Jans, Social Science Analyst, Statistical Research Division, US Census Bureau.

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Eventually we hope there will be wiki and source code control sites for statistical methodology that U.S. federal staff across agencies have permission to use. That will enable easier scientific and technical work and cooperation. Some such sites are likely to be hosted by the GSA or its contractors and others by the OECD.

Are you interested in this? Edit this page by clicking on the "edit" tab above and leave your name below, or write meyer.peter at bls.gov or buszuwski.james at bls.gov.

We would like to build up a set of contacts who are interesting in making this happen and using such sites.

LIST OF INTERESTED PERSONS

1. meyer.peter at bls.gov. Peter Meyer, research economist at the US BLS. 2. matthew.jans at census.gov. Matt Jans, Social Science Analyst, Statistical Research Division, US Census Bureau.

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