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    More and more arguments today are about the credibility of information – the quality of data used by governments. I am frequently astonished at the poor data quality and lack of transparency used to make decisions that affect millions of lives.

    A recent report, THE PROMISE OF EVIDENCE-BASED POLICYMAKING, from a bipartisan commission in Washington has made a useful step toward improving confidence in the underlying data used by American government. The report addresses the following problems:

    “The Commission’s recommendations represent a comprehensive strategy for tackling the greatest problems facing evidence building today—data access is limited, privacy-protecting practices are inadequate, and the capacity to generate the evidence needed to support policy decisions is insufficient.”

    You can find it here: https://www.cep.gov/content/dam/cep/report/cep-final-report.pdf

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