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What’s New in Version 2 0 of the COVID-19 Data Hub

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Andrew Hait: Welcome everybody to this mid-day'' s. webinar on the COVID-19 Information Hub. My name once more is Andrew Hait. I'' m a Financial expert at the US Demographics Bureau at.
our headquarters workplace in Maryland. And also today we are mosting likely to be doing a pair.
of points. Initially, we'' re going to be providing an introduction.
of a few of the vital programs that we have that are offered in the COVID-19 Data Center. My associate Billy Gamble is mosting likely to chat.
about the market information from the American Area Study that remains in the COVID-19 center. He'' ll talk a little about the data. that we particularly selected and also perhaps why those statistics were selected to be included.
in the COVID-19 Data Hub the info that they can offer that can be helpful to individuals.
that are trying to recognize the possible effect of the pandemic on our regional areas.
as well as it'' s residents.Then, I'' m mosting likely to be taking over and also speaking.
regarding business stats, the opposite side of the Demographics Bureau, the financial info.
on the company businesses and also various other self-employed individuals that are consisted of in the COVID-19 Information.
Hub. In that section of the presentation I'' ll likewise. discuss a number of the programs that we stood up at the Demographics Bureau specifically.
made to collect details regarding the actual influences of the pandemic on our houses.
and on people.Then I ' m

mosting likely to go on and also actually do.
an online trial of the most up to date version of the Center. Now I recognize when you all registered to attend.
this Webinar you joined to discover the new Variation 2.0 of the hub. It'' s fascinating to note that really last. evening (around 10:00 pm) we released Variation 2.1. So today we'' re going to be speaking a little. bit about what ' s coming. A few of what I initially stated was going to.
be upcoming we'' ve really already released. And I think that is kind of indicative of.
how not just fluid this center has been however exactly how active the task has been. As the pandemic has evolved so have the data.
that we include in the COVID-19 Data Center. Variation 2.0 was a considerable update to the.
Center and also we'' ll yap concerning what'we ' ve consisted of because update as well as what you can in fact.
use from that update; exactly how you can use that data. Yet I'' ll also speak a little bit about what we simply. updated in Version 2.1. Lastly, we will certainly give you a sneak peek of some.
of the various other points that are can be found in Variation 2.2 as well as in possible future updates of the.
hub.An essential point that I wish to make then (as well as.
I'' ll make it right now )is that you all have a role fit what type of info.
is consisted of in this hub. The responses that we have obtained from our.
users in this particular program on this certain task has been invaluable. It has considerably advised us on what info.
that we want to include. As well as that comments has not only originate from private.
industry information individuals however also from the federal government also. So you'' ll in fact see that in the demo of. the hub. Ultimately,'we ' ll be taking some questions at. completion. For those of you who connected through the sound.
program we will be entering your questions using the chat attribute and also we will be dealing with.
those questions at the end. For those of you that do who did in fact call.
know your phone we'' ll have the ability to take those concerns at the end through the telephone. So, to obtain us began, I just want to chat.
really quickly concerning what is the US Census Bureau.You all would certainly need to be living under a rock. to know that we have not that we did not simply full collection of data from the decennial. demographics.
Every ten years we do a total matter of.
the United States populace. And to a lot of Americans that is the major.
point that we do. If I had a buck for each time somebody said.
to me, “” I know what you all do it as soon as every 10 years, what do you do the other 9,”” I.
would be retired by now. As a matter of fact we conduct more than 130 monthly,.
quarterly and also annual and also routine programs each and also every solitary year. These include group or household-based.
surveys like the decennial census however they also include a program called the American.
Neighborhood Study that Billy'' s going to be speaking about in simply a moment. This is a great resource that provides.
unbelievable thorough group, socioeconomic and also housing information that you all can make use of not.
only to comprehend the prospective impacts of the pandemic yet that you also can use in.
neighborhood financial development.Small entrepreneur utilize these information all the. time to investigate their markets and also identify is currently a great time and also a great place to open. a certain service I ' m thinking about? So, this is a fantastic resource. It is a crucial information product that I send a great deal. of individuals to and also with any luck you all are vital individuals of it too. In enhancement to the American Neighborhood Study,. however, we additionally carry out 58 service surveys.
Every five years we do a total economic. demographics that determines every employer business in the United States, however we likewise do a demographics. of governments and a selection of various other programs.
Keeping that I ' d like to transform it over to Billy. that will currently speak with us about the American Neighborhood Study. Billy it ' s all yours. Billy Gamble: Okay simply awaiting the. speaker ball right here. Okay well excellent mid-day everyone as well as. thanks Andy. My name is Billy Gamble as Andy stated.I work
in the outreach and also education branch. right here at the

American Area Study office.
And I intend to offer you a little bit of details. regarding the American Neighborhood Survey which is commonly described as the ACS as well as what. it supplies to the COVID center. Yet before that allowed ' s do some fast history. information on'the ACS. So the ACS is the country
' s most present reliable. and also available data source for stats on important subjects. And annually 3.5 million families are. evaluated as well as the a/c assists to designate even more than$ 675 billion of government spending each. year.There are over 40 topics covered in the study. and these topics sustain over 300 government
federal government makes use of. Now ACS information is released annually via.
three key data releases. And this consists of our one year quotes,. our one year additional price quotes as well as our 5
year estimates which is the data made use of. in the COVID center.
So on the previous slide I did mention there. are 40 topics covered in the air conditioner.
The topics collected can be grouped into 4. major attributes consisting of social, demographic, financial and also real estate qualities. Social characteristics consist of topics such. as special needs condition, education and learning, language spoken at residence and also others.Our market characteristics contain.
sex, age, race and also Hispanic origin. Economic attributes consist of topics such. as commuting to function employment condition, income and others. And also our housing characteristics include subjects.
such as computer system and also Net usage, housing prices, lorries offered and also much more. So as you might already have the ability to identify. some of these subjects gathered by the air conditioner can be utilized to determine can be utilized for actions. for the COVID-19 hub to find possible impacts of locations that may be more affected by the. virus.In just a minute I will certainly look at some particular
. subjects that were pulled right into the center itself. So now in addition to the numerous subjects covered.
an also

better toughness of the air conditioning is the large geographic area of the survey provides. data for. So the a/c covers even more than 805,000 geographic.
areas when thinking about all 3 of its yearly information releases. So as you can see below on the
slide the a/c. covered geographies overarching at the nationwide degree as well as is right granular to the block. groups. And in-between there you can see that there. are additionally states as well as counties. So both states and counties are essential. as these geographies are actually pulled right into the COVID hub from the ACS.To get
into specific topics in the COVID hub. so from the 40 plus subjects in the ACS we at first used incoming COVID relevant data demands. to help establish subjects for the hub for the center website itself. These consist of variables on potentially susceptible. populations and variables providing a picture of the existing social as well as financial landscape. These subjects were chosen with the idea to. supply information to aid decision makers focus their reaction initiatives. So on this slide are the topics from the a/c. that are really in the data hub. As you can see they cover several locations as well as.
are subjects that belong to COVID-19. Originally not every one of these topics were component. of the hub however over time we have remained to include topics that are relevant to the pandemic. and also the populace that are most influenced. So if you ' re interested in more information.
regarding the American Neighborhood Survey and the information that it really provides and also provides.
our ACS Web page is a great place to start.So on the ACS Websites you'can locate our why. we ask pages which in fact provides even more info on a concerns that are asked and what data.
is acquired from those inquiries.

You can also see a complete listing of our topics. in the air conditioning and also a lot extra. And additionally on the slide as you can see we do. have a web link for the COVID 19 data hub obviously right there on our air conditioner homepage. As well as please do bear in mind the ACS data as well as the. COVID center assists to reveal locations of possible influences or areas that can be significantly influenced. by the pandemic. And now I ' ll transform it back over to Andy and.
he will cover some programs that reveal actual influences from the pandemic itself.Andy Hait: Great thanks so a lot Billy. So, as you'can see the American Area.
Survey generates an incredible wide range of data in their programs. We ' ve incorporated a small part of the. information from the ACS in the panel.
As well as Greg if you can proceed and provide me the. round I will certainly go in advance as well as leap back over to the discussion. So outstanding.
Great, thanks a lot Greg. So, as I was mentioning, we generate a whole lot. of data at the Demographics Bureau that can be made use of to recognize the prospective influences of the. pandemic in our neighborhoods. Our economic demographics, our Area Organization Patterns,. our Nonemployer Stats programs give details concerning organizations in our states.
and also areas as well as cities and also cities. And also those historic statistics can give us. a suggestion regarding the prospective effects to those organizations so we can anticipate this is the.
community that has a certain mix of particular kinds of businesses.This area could be extra likely to be.
affected by the pandemic than various other communities. Yet in enhancement to those kind of reference.
databases we also realized at the start of the pandemic

that we ' re mosting likely to have to. develop some brand-new programs that not just determined the prospective impact of the pandemic yet the. actual impact as well. And the really initial of these programs that. we produced is a program called Service Formation Statistics. Now, BFS is a program that we ' ve actually.
contended the bureau for quite some time.As a number of you already know, one of the methods. the Census Bureau preserves a full world of every known company in the United States.
is through interactions and also relationships

that we have with various other federal firms.
Each as well as every single week and month we get. details from the Irs on people that have actually contacted the internal revenue service requesting. a company notice number. Historically we have taken that details,. we ' ve used it to update our company register, and annually we develop a tabulation of all. of those individuals that created new companies throughout that calendar year.At the start of a pandemic, though, we. realized that these
company developments might provide us a real understanding brand-new organizations just how. startups, if you will, have actually been affected by the pandemic. So, we in fact took this annual program and.

we ' ve transformed it right into a weekly program that reveals exactly how start-ups were impacted throughout. the pandemic. As you can see on the slide, we included some. visualization of data and also you can see at the very start of the pandemic, we'' ve noticed. a marked decrease in the variety of company formations as companies that were
considering. starting, chose to place their intend on hold and also wait up until the pandemic has type of resolved. down a little.But if you checked out the much more recent information,.
you ' d see that many of these firms have actually currently caught back up. Actually you can know this also as of week. 36 or for monetary year or fiscal year 2020 (which this visualization on the right is.
for) we saw a significant rise in the year to year percent modification in the number of business. formation. These are services that would certainly have normally. started in the direction of the beginning or center of the pandemic yet resisted and currently have chosen. to do it a little later.
So, this is a great program in regards to creating. stats on brand-new service. Currently along with those new services we. additionally understood that we were mosting likely to have to do something special to gauge how small. services were being affected.
We knew that it was likely that little businesses. were mosting likely to be influenced in a different type of means than larger firms may be. So we stood up a survey called the Small company. Pulse Survey, or SBPS, that is designed to determine on a regular basis the influences of little. to small companies of the pandemic.Like business development statistics, they. produced a dashboard on their internet site that permitted customers to go in and actually check out. some arranged data.
This data as you can see are shown at the. national and state level. There ' s additionally some chosen details available.

by city. And also these company stats are arranged. by each market. So, on the right-hand man side of the slide you. can see that particular fields have actually been influenced extremely in a different way than others. The second to last bar on the right is for. NAICS'72. That is the holiday accommodation and food services.
field. This is the field that we ' ve all found out about
. as being considerably influenced by the pandemic.
You can see just how much a lot more these organizations. had a huge unfavorable influence at the very least as of the day for these particular set of data.
It ' s interesting to note that NAICS 61 as well as.
NAICS 72 are- and 71 i’m sorry, are appropriate behind NAICS 72.
NAICS 71 is the arts, home entertainment, as well as leisure. market. This is the market that some
of you might. have heard lately is mosting likely to be qualified to get some extra recuperation monies. to assist these carrying out arts companies and also others kind of come back on their feet.

I likewise do personally discover it interesting to.
note that NAICS 22, which is the energies market, and NAICS 52, which is the money. and insurance coverage field, have seen in a much reduced influence.
I presume we needed to be grateful that our local. energy firms did not see a significant decline, did not see layoffs and also that that permitted.
us to have utilities, power throughout this whole period. Currently the 3rd program I want to discuss. is our Family Pulse Study. Like the Local Business Pulse Survey, the.
Family Pulse Study was developed to measure the influence of the pandemic on households, on
. families, on individuals in the United States.Like the small company Pulse Survey, they. have developed a control panel
on their Internet site. You ' re seeing a screenshot of it right below
. One point I intend to make though regarding the. House Pulse Survey and their certain
visualizations they ' ve produced you ' ll notification. on the left-hand side of the visualization, there are seven categories, seven various. concerns that were asked on the Family Pulse Survey of regarding whether that.
household experienced any sort of food deficiency or housing insecurity or'whether they had'.
difficulty paying for home costs– points along those lines. The seven questions are just a portion of. the overall variety of inquiries that were asked on the House Pulse Study. There ' s much, a lot more information available and also.
I would really encourage you to all look into their data web page as well as really proceed. and take a look at that information.
So, I ' ve consisted of right here on the slide some info. that web links to both the actual visualizations here in addition to their data page where you. can access that information. Currently the 4th program that I want to talk. around is our Community Resilience Estimates Program.This program was designed to measure the possibility. effects of the pandemic in regards to the
resilience of areas to handle the impacts or. effects that are brought on by a pandemic.
In establishing this program, they identified. 11 danger factors that were specifically related to the COVID-19 pandemic. We understand that specific qualities of communities. added to whether that
area was influenced in a better method or in a lower. method. Communities, as an example, that have extremely high. population thickness, the spread of the infection was much better in those areas.
So we applied these 11 threat elements to the. American Neighborhood Study data that Billy just spoke about and in the end developed a. visualization that reveals for each area in the USA whether that area is subject. to no danger aspects( that you might kind of correspond to being as extremely durable )versus.
one to 2 risk elements or 3 or even more risk factors.The information in this program are being released. every single single- excuse me, for each and every and every solitary location area. And also among the things I want to make, a point. I wish to make regarding the community strength quotes, is of these 4 programs I ' ve. simply talked about, this is the one that is likely going to live past the COVID-19 pandemic. Our staff that service this program are already. considering they ' re currently researching using different threat variables to check out the resilience.
of neighborhoods to various other types of catastrophes. So if you assume regarding a community and its. strength to something like a hurricane, the risk variables that you might connect. with the capacity for that area to
manage that cyclone may be rather various. than the danger aspects related to that neighborhood handling a global pandemic like.
COVID-19. So, we are really currently servicing that. As well as one extremely crucial factor I wish to make. is our personnel are really interested in learning through you all about the information that we. are collecting.
What are those threat aspects that you think. we should certainly be taking into consideration when we ' re thinking concerning caring this program ahead in the future.Now, these 4 programs that I simply chatted.
about are all consisted of on the COVID-19 Information Center. And in just a min we ' re actually going. to jump out and I ' m mosting likely to reveal you what that hub looks like. In addition to those
4 programs, though,. we likewise rather recently stood up 2 additional information collections.
And among them measures details on how. state as well as city governments have been influenced in terms of their sales tax obligation collections. The Home Pulse Survey as well as the Local Business. Pulse Survey programs both aid us understand just how houses and just how small organizations are. being impacted by the pandemic. But we also understand that our state and also neighborhood. federal governments are most likely being affected. I understand in the state of Maryland where I live,.
the state has actually seen a significant decrease in the sales tax obligations that they gather for gas. due to the fact that such a large part
of us in Maryland are not travelling every solitary day to work.I frequently used to fill my storage tank greater than. as soon as a week. I ' m currently going practically two weeks between gas. fill. That ' s absolutely mosting likely to be affecting my. state as they ' re not mosting likely to be collecting sales taxes. So, we produced an unique survey that really. gathers information publishing data on regular monthly state sales tax collections.
As well as I would truly motivate you all to examine. this out.The second and last program that I wish to.
talk regarding is the Monthly State Retail Sales report. A lot of you are most likely regular users of.

our MRTS Study the Regular Monthly Retail Trade Survey.
This is among our financial indicator programs. that gives amazingly prompt data regarding exactly how the retail industry has been affected by. the pandemic. Considering the MRTS information you can plainly see. that there ' s some retail associated industries that have seen a significant decline in their sales,. something like apparel shops, as an example, whereas various other retail industries, like non-store.

stores( what we typically think of as online shopping )has actually seen a boom in their industry.These Regular monthly Retail Trade Study information are. vital to recognizing the national impact of the pandemic but the information in that survey. is only shown at the national
degree. We realized that the effect on retail sales. was not going to be uniform throughout all states so we are currently releasing state level information.
on retail sales. As well as you can truly see just how retail market is. being affected extra in some states than others. Now to offer accessibility to every one of this data,. users, naturally, can simply go to
the individual program pages, as well as I have supplied the links. to actually accessibility that information.

As well as we understand that there are several of you that.
are probably already doing that. I know at the very start of the presentation.
a person asked an inquiry about are these statistics that are offered in the COVID-19
Data Hub. additionally available in the Demographics Bureau ' s data API. The short solution is indeed but the longer answer
. is not every one of them. Our data are available for download, and also some. are offered in the brand-new API.And while some users like apparently this.
one specific user is somebody who knows with APIs and fits pulling bulk. volumes of information, we recognized that a great deal of customers were not mosting likely to have that level of know-how
. They were going to require to have some details. assembled to them for their objectives.
As well as what -were going to intend to go see visualizations. of the data so they can actually kind of contrast one location
to an additional. They were going to desire to have a sort of. pre-format, if you will, of the data available to them for download. So, the outcome of those conversations is the
. COVID-19 Information Hub.

What you ' re seeing on your slide now.
are some screenshots from the COVID-19 Information Hub.And I ' m now going to jump out of this PowerPoint. discussion as well as actually do a real-time trial of the center for you so you can see what various other. new things that were consisted of
in Variation 2.0 of the center versus what are the features that. existed from in the past.So, to reach the COVID-19 Information Center, we go
to Demographics Bureau'' s primary page, http://www.census.gov. We placed our cursor over browse by subject and also
we click on the Emergency situation Administration Link. This is currently where the COVID-19 center is
living. When I click on Emergency situation Administration the web page
is mosting likely to rejuvenate. This is the page that we have been saving
all the details regarding the different cyclones and fires and floodings as well as other disasters during
last year.You all recognize that we had a really energetic storm period, to the factor that we in fact had to dip into the Greek alphabet. However this is in fact where our coronavirus page and details is available.
So, if you click the Coronavirus Pandemic icon, after that go on and also click
over here, we ' re actually going to lunch our Coronavirus Pandemic Source page.On this source page we have a number of things.

At the really leading we have a link to Version 2.1 of the COVID-19 Data Hub. Just today
( or late last evening) we released Variation 2.1 that consists of some major updates to the
hub, as well as you can see those updates are actually listed here for you all to see.
Listed below the link to the COVID-19 Data Hub are then the links to those four programs that I discussed– Business Formation Stats, the Small Business Pulse Survey, Neighborhood Strength Price Quotes and the House Pulse Survey. These links bring you over to the Program page for that specific program where you can access the visualizations that I was just revealing you. You can also access the raw data for download, and so on. Listed below there we have links to the Demographics Service Builder Regional Expert Edition tool and afterwards below that we had some pre-defined deep web links into our data.census.gov system for you to gain access to vital info from the American Community Survey.I ' m mosting likely to return up right here to the top and I ' m mosting likely to click the COVID-19 Information Hub so I'can show you what are what is the information that we have in this hub as well as what are the important things that we just lately added. So, at the very, extremely top
of the hub we have a link to a document that informs you what ' s brand-new, what have we recently included and what ' s. coming soon. We belong for you to register to stay. attached regarding this center to receive notifications when we ' ve made updates to it.
And this is that extremely essential feedback web link. that I stated. Please, please, please as you utilize info.
from this center as well as you find points actually useful or perhaps you locate some things that you desire. to talk about, I would urge you all to please and also to do that.Now below these web links we have a number of. key statistics about the population aged 65 as well as older

, the without insurance population and the.
variety of services, both employer businesses (practically 8 million companies with paid employees ).
and the 26 million or two freelance individuals, what we called Nonemployer Stats. Listed below there is what we call the Influence Preparation. Record. And this is in fact where we ' re seeing the. first change in Variation 2.1 of the COVID-19 Information Hub.Many of you know that we have actually consisted of info. in this hub as of the most up to date vintage of the American Area

Survey and our financial. programs. So, in this update we ' ve actually updated. the information to the newest American Community Survey data.
I ' m truly satisfied to report that and also we ' ve.
additionally upgraded our business information. So, these stats here that used to be. from the 2017 Region Business Patterns and also Nonemployer Data programs are now readily available.
for the 2018 programs.We ' ve additionally added some stats in the 2017. Economic Demographics to the COVID-19 Information Center.
They were not in here initially. Furthermore, if you had clicked this bar.
graph prior to you would certainly ' ve seen a graph that shows data for chosen four figure sectors. that are most likely being affected by the pandemic. We got a whole lot of feedback from consumers about. those markets that we chose, desiring to understand why we had picked those specific industries. Did we think those were the just one that. were being affected? And what we recognized is that while those were. extremely informative, taking a look at information at a more comprehensive to digit NAICS fields was possibly a much better. way of doing it.So you can see we ' ve now updated these visualizations. to reveal information at the two-digit NAICS sector degree. All of these data can be
downloaded and install and published
. and you can in fact include this right into your own work.
Now, this is a 2 web page report. This entire second web page includes information.
again from the American Neighborhood Study, some truly excellent details that aids people. recognize the prospective effects of the pandemic.
I do intend to swiftly make a reference that this. is where among our adjustments that we are intending on performing in the future is likely to happen. We understand that as we are relocating into injection.
circulation, that several of the data that we have in this system that were valuable. to understand the spread of the pandemic
, the spread of the infection across the United. States, we understand that some
added stats may be valuable to help comprehend the distribution.
of vaccine throughout the nation.For example, we understand currently from looking. at the Team 1A and 1B as well as 1C as well as Group 2 and Team 3 categories that profession is. likely mosting likely to contribute in sending vaccination to Americans. So, we are taking into consideration including some extra.
data to the effect record that would certainly aid users comprehend those professions. Currently, you ' ll notification that these statistics are. available at the state level.The application immediately defaults to. New York City State however the applicants can proceed and also alter the location to whatever state. they want. And after that lastly you
can likewise enter and look. at these statistics by area. So rather than taking a look at the data simply for. Colorado, if I intend to particularly consider data for Stone Region I can proceed and. click on Stone Region and also currently we ' re in fact seeing the demographic and also business data for. Boulder Area, Colorado.
Listed Below the Impact Preparation Report we'have web links. to those four surveys that I was discussing.
For three of the 4 web links we have in fact. developed a 2nd dashboard that supplements the control panel that is offered on the BFS,. Local Business Pulse and the Neighborhood Strength Estimates web pages. For the House Pulse Survey, the web link below. brings you out to the House Pulse Survey web page where you can go in and also in fact surf. the information there. We sanctuary ' t in fact created a separate dashboard. for the Household Pulse Study. And also in Variation 2.1 you can see we ' ve currently included. floor tiles that particularly bring you over to those state sales tax collections and also those. month-to-month state degree retail sales reports again.This platform is created to be a main. repository for all great deal of the information that we have at the demographics bureau to aid. individuals recognize the prospective impacts of the pandemic.
Listed below these floor tiles we then have these plan.
maps. The policy maps permit customers to search picked. stats that are received that control panel at the very top at an extra thorough level of. geography. So, as an example, you can see this map number. one is checking out data on employer businesses from county service patterns. If I cycle with this listing we will certainly after that. come to info about the
Holiday Accommodation and also Food Services sector.This is checking out the sales per facility. as the shade and also the dimension of the circle is the variety of services. If I intended to comprehend just how is the distribution. of food service companies in Texas, I can proceed as well as focus on the

map. And also as I zoom this map in the map is going.
to refresh as well as we ' re going to begin to see county degree information. As well as we can do that more utilizing some of the.
various other maps. So this is a terrific resource to type of imagine. the businesses as well as demographics of the locations that are most likely being affected by the pandemic. The very last of these 9 maps here is a. Social Susceptability Index.
This is really information that we have actually gotten.
from the Facility for Illness Control, the CDC, that demonstrates how areas are vulnerable to. particular issues.Now these maps can naturally be shared. We ' ve included the share feature right here. As well as since this Web website
was created for. us by Esri, all of the information that we ' ve seen so much is readily available for you GIS specialists. to be able to include right into your very own platforms. Below there we have integrated web links to. a few of our crucial data collections. We knew that a great deal of individuals of the COVID-19. Data Hub were going to be interested in seeing this data online as well as we likewise knew that there. was going to be a lot of people that would of intended to be able to download the information. and also integrate it into their own tasks, into
their very own research study, into their very own Web. websites. So we had actually supplied accessibility to some of those.
information from this Highlighted Information Establishes web page. And after that means down below at the base of the.
web page this kind of a neighborhood information set search enables you to go in as well as accessibility all of the.
info that we ' ve incorporated on the page.I could go right into the Service Characteristics. tab and also I might actually go in and download each
of the various information sets that we ' ve. integrated right into this center.
You might see right here is'our non-employer stats.

information, state level data and region degree information from the
2018 Nonemployer Data, the. NES program, the region organization patterns, et'cetera. Now you ' ll notification that the downloads are offered. to you in both Excel documents style and also as a function layer. Again, dealing with Esri, they ' ve been really. excellent to work with since they ' ve made the information readily available right into a feature layer solution. so GIS professionals that are utilized to using the ArcGIS applications and ArcGIS online. can actually include this data'right into their projects.Now the last part of the center I intend to talk. about is the part that was actually updated the most during Variation 2.0 of the center. As we ' ve been talking with federal companies. concerning the job that we ' ve done on this center, we had conversations with agents

. from FEMA. So they were rather happy with what we had. done in this COVID-19 Information Hub and they asked us if we would be interested in potentially. organizing links to several of the data sets that they have been
assembling and also making available. as component of their job. Functioning with the Argonne National Labs, they. set up a set of information collections that were available for accessibility and also for download, yet those information. collections were only accessible to a restricted target market, folks who had accessibility to the Argonne website that. had a username and password to obtain in and also do that, which was mainly federal agencies.What they truly wanted was for these
truly. valuable information collections to be revealed to a much bigger audience. And also as you can see we thought that
this was. a terrific concept. We actually thought that providing accessibility to. these data sets to a larger target market actually not just celebrated the worth of those information. collections themselves yet likewise celebrated the value of mashing up Census Bureau data with other. data. As well as you ' ll notice from the Logos here that. these information sets are not just from other government analytical firms like SBA, USDA and BLS. however they ' re also from private-sector companies Vision Laboratory, Womply, Google even the American.
Partnership of Museums to recognize just how galleries potentially are being affected. So, to obtain to this data, we click'on the Open.
Data Sets web page. And also this will certainly currently bring us to a portal where. we can go in as well as gain access to those 38 information sets
that we have given web links to from the COVID-19. Information Hub.Those data sets are organized into three wide.
groups. Every one of the information collections associated with company and also. business economics are readily available by clicking this tab. Every one of the information collections that relate to individuals. and also households (kind of the market information) are offered under this tab, as well as finally. all the information collections that belong to federal government services are offered right here. Listed below those 3 tabs we have provided a. choose link to eight of the information sets under that wide classification.
So you can see for instance under this category. business and business economics we have the payroll- Paycheck Defense Program or PPP finance. information from the SBA that included a vital resource that
' s offered along with points like weekly. organization closures from an economic sector company called Womply.
As you can see on the slide we provide you info. concerning the degree of geographic information that is readily available
there as well as we ' ve explored data web links. allow you to leap out as well as go directly to that program carriers information establish page where you. can then access that data.Now I will inform you that this is a giant initial.
step I believe towards making this information easily accessible to an audience. The experience you will have when you most likely to.
each of these explore data links will certainly be various, yet again,'you are going with the SBA Internet. website or the BLS Website or the BEA Website or the Opportunity Insights Website to accessibility.
these data. Yet we are already

in assessment as well as discussions. with FEMA and others to see if there ' s other points that we can do to in fact give. a lot more comprehensive access to these information sets. Currently if we click on among these tabs right here. we obtain the complete list
of all the data collections under that certain subject. So we can see under this Company as well as Economics.
topic there in fact 15 data sets– information from BEA, BLS, SBA, et
cetera. So you can see there'' s a great deal of information that. we have included right into this center from the Bureau of Labor Stats. I would really encourage you all to check.
these out. I have already talked to a variety of data. users that are already thinking of mash ups they wish to now do due to the fact that we ' ve
made. this information obtainable to such a bigger audience.So I ' m truly happy with the truth that we made. the data obtainable since it actually celebrates the value that all of us can bring to understanding. the potential influences of the pandemic.
So, that brings me throughout of my primary component.
of my trial. I ' m mosting likely to proceed as well as switch back over. to my PowerPoint slide'to allow
us to kind of close this out.So, we walked via the various surveys.'as well as the various facets of the site. We spoke concerning the highlighted information sets. and just how you can access those information in their raw type. Let ' s now close this out by speaking around. what ' s can be found in the future. Now as a lot of you recognize we are constantly.
upgrading these monthly COVID associated programs, those 4 programs that I
was talking about. We will certainly remain to use updates to these. to the center to mirror the most recent data. So, for instance, a few of you might have seen.
the news the other day that the Local business Pulse Study, which lately completed.
Phase 3 of the Small Business Pulse Study, is most likely mosting likely to be relocating into the future. into a Phase 4. As most of you understand who have accessed that. Local Business Pulse Survey data the questions that were asked on each of the 3 existing. stages, the very first 3 phases of the Small Company Pulse Survey developed in time. We began asking inquiries at the very start.
but then didn ' t make feeling to maintain asking in Stage 2. Some of those concerns were gotten rid of and also we.
started including new concerns that made more sense as the pandemic was
progressing as was. -as it was changing.That will remain to take place as we move on. so users can ensure that were getting information bent on you that can assist you understand just how. companies are not just replying to yet ideally recuperating from the pandemic.
On top of that, we'give this upgrade to the. County Organization Patterns, Nonemployer Data, as well as Economic Demographics data. These were simply added in Variation 2.1. This was a what ' s coming slide.

What ' s coming has actually taken place so I ' m. truly pleased concerning that. As well as once more, we supplied those extra links.
to those other Census Bureau programs that offer relevant information. The state tax sales tax collection and the. info on monthly state retail sales. We are also in the process of adding a brand-new. dashboard from our International Data source program. We ' ve realized that in talking to users that. offering some details not just assisted the USA but additionally consisting of some. of the information that we have readily available from our IDB may be really beneficial so we ' ve really. remained in the procedure of doing that.That will likely be included in Variation 2.2 of.
the center. And also ultimately we are mosting likely to be upgrading the. American Neighborhood Study data to not only reveal the most recent vintage which we ' ve already. done yet likewise potentially include some added data variables that are not included right. now in the COVID-19 Information Hub but that could be really valuable to folks as we move on. into the healing from the pandemic. I already discussed and also teased you all little. concerning the reality that we are
thinking about some sector and occupation kind info yet. I just wished to direct out that that
' s an operate in progress. We ' re still working with that. So, to summarize our presentation today, I. want
to thank you all for attending. The Demographics Bureau has an incredible wide range of. data that can give info on not just the possible effects yet likewise the real. influences of the pandemic.
Programs like business Formation Stats,. Local Business Pulse Study,
Household Pulse Survey, month-to-month state sales taxation. and also regular monthly state retail sales reports all provide us info about exactly how businesses and also. homes are actually being influenced by the pandemic.We ' ve in fact written a variety of America. Counts stories that feature some details from these programs that highlight
points. like folks who are more youthful and are living alone are being influenced in a really various.
means than individuals who are dealing with somebody else, possibly with their family.
So those type of data are truly incredible. and also interesting. I would motivate you all to have a look at our. America Counts internet site to see more about these other tales that we ' ve created.
To recognize the prospective effects of the.

pandemic our financial programs and also our company, our demographic programs like the American. Neighborhood Study, area business patterns, Non-employer Statistics and also the Economic Demographics. can give some really useful details on exactly how families
and also organizations are being. affected or potentially being influenced. And again I desire to produce a big plug to.
our folks in the Community Resilience Price quotes Program; obviously this is a fantastic program. that I ' m sure will live well past the pandemic to'comprehend exactly how durable areas are.
to not just the pandemic however also other type of disasters.In completion, we created this hub to present.
data from these selected programs in insightful instinctive dashboards as well as maps where you can. browse the data as well as in downloadable sources. We actually want you all to be utilizing this. info. And ultimately, as my last factor here once again and. repeatedly I stated we want your feedback. We wish to comprehend how helpful this center. is to you all, points that we have on here.
And if there are added things that we. can do that would certainly make these data extra useful to you and also to various other decision-makers in your. sector, in your areas we

wish to hear that.This has been a dexterous job has progressed
. a whole lot over simply nine or ten months or two that the center has been going. So, with that I intend to thank to you. all as well as let ' s see about proceeding and taking some concerns.
Planner: And also as a pointer … Greg P: Hello There Andy
, this is Greg, did you want. to take some over the phone or some chat
inquiries initially? What ' s your preference? Andy Hait: Yes, driver if you want to see.
if individuals have questions that they wish to ask over the phone if you intend to state something. concerning them getting in
their questions by means of the phone. As well as while we ' re awaiting them to do that. we can take a couple of conversation concerns. That would certainly be wonderful Greg. Organizer: Sure. If you like to ask an inquiry right now.
You might push Celebrity 1 and also clearly videotape your. name for concern introduction.Again to ask concerns over the phone lines. press Celebrity 1 and clearly record your name for
question intro. Simply a couple of moments to see if we have'concerns. over the phone lines. Thank you.
Greg P: Great thanks operator. As well as Andy so we ' ve obtained- we ' ve had a busy chat.
line right here. Allow ' s see below one concern was available in as well as the.
guest composed, “I ' ve had community partners ask why the Demographics Bureau isn ' t asking questions. about masks …– let ' s see right here …– regarding mask wear in the Family Pulse and also Small. Company Surveys.Thoughts on consisting of that

in the future?” Andy Hait: Yes, fantastic concern.
So undoubtedly the concern is that we are asking. all of these programs are ones that we feel we can gather useful data for as well as also
. are inquiries where other data providers are not already asking that exact same inquiry. As important as the data'is that the Census.
Bureau is collecting as well as releasing about the impacts of the pandemic, “we are certainly. not the only US federal analytical agency and even state agency that is collecting
information. on the impacts of the pandemic. As well as of course, there are other companies that are.
accumulating info
on things like mask using and also things like that. I understand we ' ve all heard the records about the. influences and just how mask wearing influences the spread of the virus. Those are information that are really being gathered. to assist gauge the influence of mask enduring others.So I would certainly motivate you all to examine that. out. The 38 information establishes that we had actually added web links to. in the COVID-19 Data Hub would certainly stand for a rather considerable share of the complete amount. of information but that checklist is not the complete checklist. Even in the short time since that list has.
been released I ' ve had a variety of customers that have called me and also stated, “Andy I don
' t. see the adhering to information collection in your listing. How do we add extra data to this center? “That ' s. part of that feedback that I so believe is
so important.So I would motivate you all if there are
various other information sets that you have actually identified that you think would be valuable for us to include
below whether it'' s from your organization or your organization or from your- another data carrier that you ' ve identified please let us understand, so great question.Greg P: Operator did
any type of questions come in over the phone? Organizer
: Yes. I ' m revealing we have one inquiry; your line is now open.( Caller 1): Yes.
Andy Hait: Hey There?( Customer 1): Can you hear me? Andy Hait: Yes I can.( Customer 1): Okay a number of things. I am a farmer, a tree farmer and also when you asked the seven inquiries about the family members home impact with the house survey are farmers being identified about that since several of this PPP as well as the Economic Disaster Fundings, the EDL is not getting down to us so we are being affected. Andy Hait: Right. So, I'' m sorry to hear that you'' re not seeing a few of that. What I would encourage you to do is examine out the House Pulse Study Web site to find out about how we actually pulled the example that we made use of to in fact send out to those families to be surveyed. The Demographics Bureau is truly rather excellent about exactly how we conduct our example surveys. I have spent 33 years operating in our economic directorate the Census Bureau and also I'' ve constantly been astonished regarding the lengths that we most likely to make sure that we have a great representative sample of businesses in our monthly and also quarterly and also yearly as well as periodic service surveys.I ' m certain the exact very same point has actually also applied to the Home Pulse Survey
so I don ' t think they especially excluded specific teams. Whether they over sampled a specific location or not is a good concern.
I would really motivate you to inspect out that House Pulse Survey Web website to see just how were the families chosen, what was the example dimension of the Household Pulse Study since they offers you some indication of the amount of homes were likely chosen for the examples, et cetera. So yes I would urge you to inspect that out. Now naturally when it involves distribution of monies using these numerous different programs that have actually been established by government companies like PPP and also CARES Act, and so on those monies are being distributed to those various areas in a range of various means. And also among the important things I ' ll state
is if you look at several of those added data sets that we ' ve now included in the hub you can see quite rapidly exactly how things'like PPP financings were distributed to services a little different than the CARES Act cash was distributed.In many methods the cash was dispersed to either specific cities or to regions and even to the state as a whole or
exactly how that cash then received from the city or the counties or the state overall to the specific homes as well as businesses in their areas was rather left approximately the regional territory to really make that decision.
So, there ' s a selection of different ways. The data is truly quite impressive to comprehend exactly how we been reacting to the pandemic and possibly how we ought to be responding in the future. So ideally I addressed your inquiry.( Caller 1): Since it ' s impacting also our vaccination distribution. Being rural there ' s extremely few medical facilities and also physicians sites. So as you ' re doing the 1A as well as the 1B distribution of the two various injections occupation, age and place is impacting us. Andy Hait: Yes, absolutely.
I recognize that is the vaccination is'being rolled out the different teams,
the demographic groups that are being included in each of the distribution differs commonly from one state to another. I know in Maryland where I live teachers were included in one of our very first, our first teams 1A and 1B whereas in various other states instructors weren ' t going to be obtaining their injections up until perhaps later.So, it ' s been an intriguing thing.
I believe in lots of means we are figuring this out as we accompany and also each state has been permitted to kind of do their own point. We ' ll see exactly how that progresses into 2021 so
great question. Thanks so a lot for calling. (Customer 1): Thanks Andy. Andy Hait: You ' re welcome. Driver any kind of various other calls inquiries on the phone? Planner: I ' m presently'showing no extra concerns at this time.Andy Hait:
Okay Greg any kind of other conversation questions we can speak about? Greg P: Well allow ' s see, we ' ve obtained a number of individuals thanking you for an informative Webinar. A pair questions on social vulnerability.
One states, what are the leading line distinctions between neighborhood durability quotes as well as social vulnerability? Andy Hait: Yes, that ' s a wonderful inquiry. So, to understand exactly how the Facility for Illness Control figured out and also calculated that Social Susceptability Index I would actually motivate you to take a look at their Internet site. The web links to that web page is among the links that ' s included in that'checklist of 38 information established links. I don ' t also intend to try to do it any kind of injustice. I know that I won ' t do exactly how they compute that index in any type of type of way.
For the Neighborhood Strength Price Quotes Program though we figured out
what'were those 11 threat elements that were the ones that were appropriate. And we then used those threat variables to the mini level information from the American Neighborhood Survey. So essentially we took those danger variables, we took a look at the people actions from the American Community Study we used those threat variables to that and afterwards we after that re-tabulated the American Neighborhood Study data to reveal to determine those locations, those kinds of tracts for instance that satisfied one of the risk factors or 2 of the risk factors or three or even more of the threat factors or for that matter none of the risk factors.So, we had a little more claim over what we identified And a lot of those danger aspects were determined. by appointments we had from other experts, various other organizations that claimed yes you need to make certain that you consist of age as one of the crucial risk aspects or possibly you require to consist of information on population density as one of those essential 11 threat factors.
So once again I ' d encourage you to have a look at the documents for the neighborhood resilience quotes, understand what the level of variables were and also again exactly how we applied them to the information as well as moving onward exactly how we might transform those threat variables relocating forward to be ones that are better for fires and floods and hurricanes and also twisters and other kind of catastrophes that we experience in the US.
Greg P: Okay. Another question is, Is a feasible to get household pulse data not in the interactive device as a time series or would a customer have to go right into every week ' s table separately and draw the information by hand?” Andy Hait: Yes, that ' s an excellent question.So, the Home Pulse Study Website provides access to downloadable documents that can be drawn down so you can do this job on your own.
As well as much of those data collections are specific period time duration data collections. However, we just started releasing some of the information from these

surveys in our API. To ensure that ' s a best usage case for someone who might wish to draw data for multiple time periods possibly every week that the Family Pulse Study was done on a specific topic that was asked in the Household Pulse Survey for that period.The API would be an ideal method to go in and in fact accessibility that broader information or that information throughout numerous time structures. So of course that ' s a terrific usage situation for the API.
Greg P: Okay a number of concerns can be found in on city and also rural information. Exactly how do we get the urban as well as rural information from the Pulse Family Survey data? Yes, so I am not aware to be fairly straightforward whether they published especially the metropolitan country outbreak in the Family Pulse Study information'. I understand they know at the nationwide state, county and city levels but I ' m not sure if they actually used that urban country outbreak on
there. Naturally, we do have various other geographical sources at the Demographics Bureau that would allow you to associate a specific county whether with- whether or not that county was largely urban or primarily country. So you can kind of to that association yourself yet I wear ' t believe we really published the data for the Home Pulse Study in the urban rural breakout.What I would urge you to do is please send me an e-mail.
My e-mail address is right here on the slide right now. Send me an email and also I will make certain I get with our Home Pulse Study individuals to ensure that they can answer that question far better than I can. Greg P: Allow ' s see.
I believe we covered most of them here. If I ' m missing folk ' s examine I ask forgiveness. Andy ' s info is on

the display there. Yet Andy that -that ' s most of the chat inquiries. Andy Hait: Okay. Billy did you desire to comply with
up on anything might be that I covered throughout the presentation that you desire to provide some extra comments on? Billy Wager: I assume I ' m fine for now.There are'a couple of chat inquiries that was available in that I answered so my information gets on our branch details is on the our branch details is on the screen'to make sure that individuals can really feel guests can feel cost-free to call us by phone or email. Andy Hait: Great.
Okay well once again thank you all a lot. If there is no other questions, operator any more inquiries for the phone
? Organizer: There are no doubt online right now. Andy Hait: Great. Well once more thanks all a lot for
taking break of your hectic timetables. Ideally I have teased you enough to make you intend to head out and look into this resource that we have developed for you to be able to accessibility info about the effects of the pandemic.Thank you all a lot for taking time out of your hectic schedules and also have a great afternoon. Planner: This will certainly
wrap up today ' s seminar. All individuals may now detach.
Thanks for your involvement on today ' s. phone call.

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