Introductory Session on How to Do Business with the Government of Canada

Women's Enterprise Centre of BC

This is the recording of a webinar hosted by Women's Enterprise Centre in June 2018, presented in partnership with the Office of Small and Medium Enterprises.
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This working paper documents an updated estimate of the federal funds distributed each year in whole or in part using U.S. Census Bureau data. This paper finds that 132 programs used Census Bureau data to distribute more than $675 billion in funds during the fiscal year 2015. In 2009, the Census Bureau issued a working paper that found more than $400 billion of federal funds were distributed using Census Bureau data (Blumerman, 2009). This estimate was frequently used to illustrate the value of accurate Census Bureau data to the public, as part of the effort to encourage timely survey and census responses. However, the “more than $400 billion” estimate was based on the fiscal year 2007 funding. As the Census Bureau actively prepares for the 2020 Census, an updated estimate becomes increasingly important.


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On October 1st, join ArchiveSocial and the City of Austin for a discussion about applying monitoring and analytics to government social media. As more citizens have begun to use social media as a medium to communicate with their government agencies, it has become increasingly important for agencies to leverage the right tools to listen and make sense of what’s happening online.

Old Mutual Mutual Absolute Return Government Bond Fund Webcast

Old Mutual Global Investors

Old Mutual Absolute Return Government Bond Fund webcast with the Old Mutual Rates and LDI team.

House and Senate Materials in GPO’s Federal Digital System

FDLP

In this tutorial, attendees will learn about the various House and Senate materials available for free access through GPO’s Federal Digital System (FDsys). This session will include background information, as well as a closer look at the following FDsys collections: Congressional Calendars (House and Senate), House Practice, House Rules and Manual, Journal of the House of Representatives, Precedents of the U.S. House of Representatives, Riddick’s Senate Procedure, and the Senate Manual. Various search strategies will be demonstrated.

THE DIGITAL GOVERNMENT LEADER'S GUIDE TO LEGISLATIVE MANAGEMENT MAKEOVERS

Granicus, Inc.

With demands for online transparency and efficiency on the rise in government, does your organization deserve a legislative workflow makeover? Learn how digital government leaders are revolutionizing the way they manage and compile their legislative data to maximize public access and efficiency online at our next complimentary live webinar! Hear the story of how Greenwood Village, CO gave their legislative management processes a digital makeover Discover new tools for simplifying agenda management — online and on tablet devices Collect and measure timely, relevant public feedback on agenda items See how easy online transparency has evolved Find out why automating online transparency reduces public information requests.

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This working paper documents an updated estimate of the federal funds distributed each year in whole or in part using U.S. Census Bureau data. This paper finds that 132 programs used Census Bureau data to distribute more than $675 billion in funds during the fiscal year 2015. In 2009, the Census Bureau issued a working paper that found more than $400 billion of federal funds were distributed using Census Bureau data (Blumerman, 2009). This estimate was frequently used to illustrate the value of accurate Census Bureau data to the public, as part of the effort to encourage timely survey and census responses. However, the “more than $400 billion” estimate was based on the fiscal year 2007 funding. As the Census Bureau actively prepares for the 2020 Census, an updated estimate becomes increasingly important.

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