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BLS Labor Market Information Oversight Council (BLOC)

Charter of BLS LMI Oversight Council and research papers

The members of the BLS LMI Oversight Council are:

  • BLS, Julie Hatch Maxfield, Associate Commissioner for Employment and Unemployment Statistics, (co-chair)
  • BLS, Kenneth Robertson, Assistant Commissioner for Industry Employment Statistics
  • BLS, Rebecca Rust, Assistant Commissioner for Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections
  • BLS, Vacant, Assistant Commissioner for Current Employment Analysis
  • BLS, Charlene Peiffer, Assistant Commissioner for Regional Operations, Chicago
  • BLS, Thomas Shaffer, Chief, Division of Cooperative Survey Programs
  • BLS, Ed Robison, Chief, Division of Statistical Methods Staff
  • Boston Region, Dr. Andrew Condon, Director, Office of Research, Connecticut Department of Labor, CT
  • Philadelphia Region, Chester Chinsky, Director, Labor Market and Demographic Research, New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development, NJ
  • Atlanta Region, Adrienne Johnston, Chief, Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, FL
  • Chicago Region, Jason Palmer, Director, Bureau of Labor Market Information and Strategic Initiatives, Michigan Department of Technology, Management, and Budget, MI
  • Dallas Region, Rachel Moskowitz, Bureau Chief, Economic Research & Analysis Bureau, New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions, NM
  • San Francisco Region, Robert Uhlenkott, Division Director, Oregon Employment Department, Division of Workforce and Economic Research, OR, (co-chair)

The committee expects to meet three times each year.

Last Modified Date: October 2, 2019