Funding the Evidence Act: Options for Allocating Resources to Meet Emerging Data and Evidence Needs in the Federal Government (Data Foundation)

I am proud to debut my latest work, as copy editor for the latest whitepaper by Data Foundation, “Funding the Evidence Act: Options for Allocating Resources to Meet Emerging Data and Evidence Needs in the Federal Government.” Good writing and editing need flexibility and adaptability. My work with this Washington, D.C.-based political data think tank is about as far in substance as my previous published piece promoting food tours in the United Kingdom. But, both serve purposes and are hopefully informative and entertaining to their respective readers. Please click on the link to head to Data Foundation’s website to download this report. Thank you to Nick Hart, interim president of Data Foundation, for the opportunity to be of service.

Data Foundation: Funding the Evidence Act: Options for Allocating Resources to Meet Emerging Data and Evidence Needs in the Federal Government

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