Daniel Shapiro

Daniel Shapiro is director of Mathematica’s Data Analytics and Management department in the Surveys and Information Services Division. He has expertise in performance measurement, data warehousing, data specifications, and system testing.

Posts by Daniel Shapiro

  • If You Can’t Trust The Data, Measurement Is Meaningless (05.28.14 )

    By Daniel Shapiro, Director of Data Analytics and Management, and Scott Cody, Vice President of Human Services Research, Mathematica Policy Research In its quest to use private dollars for the public interest, the philanthropic sector struggles to find the best ways to measure progress and promote accountability. There are many interesting articles and blog entries, […]

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