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Hero Hackers, DOC Data and Smart Home Innovation in Play at TechCrunch 2016 Hackathon

Just a quick note with another story about “hero hackers” we’re exposing our data to in an effort to see what creative solutions they can design to make the world a little better.

This weekend, the Department of Commerce will be one of the first federal agencies to have its datasets play a starring role in the TechCrunch Disrupt conference hackathon in San Francisco. 

Innovating with Data at DOC

Commerce Data Service (CDS), Data Science Team pictured left to right: Negar Kalbasi, CDS, Pri Oberoi, CDS, Star Ying, CDS, Stephen Devine, EDA, Andrea Julca, BEA, April Blair, PTO, Karl Skowronek, PTOThe rapid evolution of technology and the rise of all things digital have unleashed a stunning amount of data through federal agencies – and an unprecedented opportunity to advance the ways in which we share, analyze, interpret and put data to work in meaningful ways. To that end, I’d like to share a few stories that demonstrate how using data science, agile development methods, user-centered design principles and simple visualizations can unlock new levels of productivity and insight from data at the DOC.  

ESA’s Justin Antonipillai will Discuss America’s Data Agency at San Francisco SHIFT Conference

Washington, D.C. – The Commerce Department’s Counselor to Secretary Penny Pritzker, with the Delegated Duties of Under Secretary for Economic Affairs Justin Antonipillai will address the San Francisco SHIFT data conference with a speech entitled “America’s Data Agency: Creating Jobs & Saving Lives.”

Hands in the air for Census City SDK team

Image of API:World awardLet me share the exciting news: The Census City SDK project we’re so proud of just won a 2016 API World Award for best innovations in harnessing data in ways that have a meaningful impact on our nation and our lives.

Announcing the Commerce Data Service

Launching the Commerce Data Service.The Department of Commerce provides valuable services and data products that fuel the modern technology services Americans rely on every day.  These data sets include information on technological innovation from the Patent and Trademark Office, demographic and economic data from the Census Bureau and the Bureau of Economic Analysis, export data from the International Trade Administration, and information on natural phenomena from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.  This is why we call the Department of Commerce "America's Data Agency." 

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