A data system for measuring and analyzing public programs

Schultze, Charles L.
March 1970
Monthly Labor Review;Mar70, Vol. 93 Issue 3, p13
Academic Journal
Proposes a data center for measuring and analyzing public programs in the U.S. Types of data needs; Privacy problem of a federal data center; Recommendations for a establishing a data center.


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