By using website you agree to our use of cookies as described in our cookie policy. Learn More

The February TDWI Virtual Summit has concluded, but on-demand access is available for previously registered attendees through August 17, 2021.
Click the login button below to access all sessions and content.

Join us for an upcoming summit, or check out our full calendar of virtual training opportunities.

Case Study: Data Governance and Metadata at the U.S. Census Bureau

February 18, 2021

Prerequisite: None

Ash Banerjee


The Brite Group

Chris Carrino

Chief Data Architect

U.S. Bureau of the Census

The U.S. Census Bureau manages large volumes of data that are obtained from the public, processed, and disseminated back to the public. To help support the various survey programs, the Bureau has established an enterprise metadata registry and data governance methodology to drive a successful data strategy across the agency.

Through this evolving data strategy, the enterprise data architect’s office is able to support multiple diverse programs leveraging an enterprise taxonomy and ontology based on the NIEM (National Information Exchange Model) and GSIM (General Statistical Information Model) products. These efforts have benefited the Decennial Census and will continue to help other survey operations handled by the Bureau.

Subscribe to Receive summit updates via email