Fighting for a U.S. federal budget that prioritizes peace, economic security and shared prosperity
Three months ago, National Priorities Project officially launched the second version of the Federal Priorities Database. Since then, we’ve committed to making incremental improvements: new data, better usability, and maybe even a bug fix or two.
We’re seeking to improve even more by assessing the usefulness of our datasets. There are some we’d like to research further and some that add noise, distracting from the real gems. So as 2011 winds down, we’re un-publishing the following to pave the way for useful additions in 2012:
As always, please feel free to weigh in, either in the comments below or by e-mailing the Federal Priorities Database team.