With direct and indirect support from Federal scientific and statistical research agencies, population scientists are conducting critical interdisciplinary research and training activities to improve individual health and well-being, maintain the scientific pipeline, and inform evidence-based...
FY 24 Shutdown fact sheet 9-23 FINAL.pdf
PAA/APC’s Fiscal Year 2024 Budget Priorities - see PDF link below. #GPAC2023 #FactSheet #FederalFunding
FY 2024 funding priorities fact sheet.pdf
Key Agencies Fact Sheet 118th Congress FINAL.pdf
Population scientists (who include demographers, economists, and sociologists) bring scientific rigor to the collection, analysis, and dissemination of data on population dynamics—supported by funding from agencies like the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and National Science Foundation (NSF...
COVID-19 Population Research Advocacy Day 2022.pdf
The COVID-19 crisis has demonstrated how a pandemic can quickly evolve from a medical and infectious disease emergency to a broad-scale economic and public health disaster. Population scientists (including demographers, economists, sociologists and statisticians) bring scientific rigor to the...
Population Science and COVID-19 Update October 2020 FINAL.pdf
Check out what some PAA and APC members are doing in COVID-19 response. We welcome your input on what you and your Centers are doing to respond to the pandemic and study its effects. Read the current Fact Sheet of COVID-19 response. The COVID-19 crisis has demonstrated how a pandemic can...
Fiscal Year 2020 Budget Priorities for PAA and APC #FactSheet #GPAC2020 #FederalFunding
Demographic, or population, researchers rely on funding from a number of federal agencies to conduct their research. In return, policymakers rely on the research and data produced by the federal agencies and analyzed by researchers. The following key federal agencies support demographic research...
January 2019 - 1) Secure robust funding for agencies supporting populations sciences, 2) Defend infrastructure of agencies supporting population sciences, 3) Support successful conduct of 2020 Census, 4) Safeguard data access, quality, and integrity of federal surveys #FactSheet #GPAC2019
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