Bureau of Labor Statistics September 2019 – Federal Register Recent Federal Regulation Documents

Data Users Advisory Committee; Request for Nominations
Document Number: 2019-20022
Type: Notice
Date: 2019-09-17
Agency: Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics
The BLS is soliciting new members for its Data Users Advisory Committee (DUAC). The current membership expired on January 15, 2018. The DUAC provides advice to the Bureau of Labor Statistics from the points of view of data users from various sectors of the U.S. economy, including the labor, business, research, academic, and government communities, on matters related to the analysis, dissemination, and use of the Bureau's statistics, on its published reports, and on gaps between or the need for new Bureau statistics. The Committee will consist of 20 members and will be chosen from a cross-section of individuals who represent a balance of expertise across a broad range of BLS program areas, including employment and unemployment statistics, occupational safety and health statistics, compensation measures, price indexes, and productivity measures; or other areas related to the subject matter of BLS programs. BLS invites persons interested in serving on the DUAC to submit their names for consideration for committee membership.
Technical Advisory Committee; Request for Nominations
Document Number: 2019-19907
Type: Notice
Date: 2019-09-16
Agency: Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics
The BLS is soliciting new members for the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC). Five current membership terms expire on April 12, 2020. The TAC provides advice to the Bureau of Labor Statistics on technical aspects of data collection and the formulation of economic measures and makes recommendations on areas of research. On some technical issues there are differing views, and receiving feedback at public meetings provides BLS with the opportunity to consider all viewpoints. The Committee will consist of 16 members and will be chosen from a cross-section of economists, statisticians, and behavioral scientists who represent a balance of expertise. The economists will have research experience with technical issues related to BLS data and will be familiar with employment and unemployment statistics, price index numbers, compensation measures, productivity measures, occupational and health statistics, or other topics relevant to BLS data series. The statisticians will be familiar with sample design, data analysis, computationally intensive statistical methods, non- sampling errors, or other areas which are relevant to BLS work. The behavioral scientists will be familiar with questionnaire design, usability, or other areas of survey development. BLS invites persons interested in serving on the TAC to submit their names for consideration for committee membership.