Data

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation's Data-Driven Innovation Project explores the rapid advancements happening in the digital economy as well as the inventive use of data for good. The promise of bigger and better data is a future of greater opportunity and growth. The Foundation is conducting research activities and a series of events around the country in order to highlight this potential.

We encourage you to read the blog posts and research reports here to gain a full understanding of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation's work on data-driven innovation.

Be sure to read our in-depth report, The Future of Data-Driven Innovation

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Keeping up with the pace of change in today’s economy is getting harder and harder to do. So instead of trying desperately to keep up, we’re helping change the face of the landscape in which we work entirely. We are partnering with the Chamber Foundation to build demand-driven talent supply chains and design the future of real-time labor market data.

Job Data Exchange (JDX) Pilot Launches to Modernize Labor Market Data

Job Data Exchange Pilot Partners Announced

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation today announced the next steps in developing the Job Data Exchange (JDX), a set of open data tools and resources that will improve the speed and clarity of employer signaling to education, training, and credentialing partners, which in turn will help learners and workers better understand what jobs are available and what skills are required to fill them. Central to the pilot will be the development and field testing of an expanded data standard, or schema, for job descriptions and postings.

T3 Network Phase 2 Kickoff Webinar

With the support from Lumina Foundation and Walmart, we are launching Phase 2 by implementing a series of projects over two years that will modernize the talent marketplace and align learner, education, and workforce data to create seamless transitions from education to career pathways for all learners.  

JDX Stakeholder Webinar Forum for HR Technology Partners

The Job Data Exchange (JDX) Stakeholder Webinar Forum for HR Technology Partners will provide an opportunity for a select group of employers and HR professionals to provide feedback on the proposed changes to the JobPosting schema, JDX tools, and learn about the evaluation process for the JDX pilot. Your attendance and participation in the forum will help shape the JDX initiative and improve the talent marketplace.

JDX Stakeholder Webinar Forum for Education, Training, and Credentialing Providers

The Job Data Exchange (JDX) Stakeholder Webinar Forum for Education, Training, and Credentialing Providers will provide an opportunity for a select group of employers and HR professionals to provide feedback on the proposed changes to the JobPosting schema, JDX tools, and learn about the evaluation process for the JDX pilot. Your attendance and participation in the forum will help shape the JDX initiative and improve the talent marketplace.

JDX Stakeholder Webinar Forum for Employers and HR Professionals

The Job Data Exchange (JDX) Stakeholder Webinar Forum for Employers and Human Resource (HR) Professionals will provide an opportunity for a select group of employers and HR professionals to provide feedback on the proposed changes to the JobPosting schema, JDX tools, and learn about the evaluation process for the JDX pilot. Your attendance and participation in the forum will help shape the JDX initiative and improve the talent marketplace.

Walmart Joins Lumina Foundation in National Effort to Build Talent Marketplace of the Future

T3Network, Phase Two Partners
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation today announced new support from Lumina Foundation and Walmart to begin the next phase of the T3 Innovation Network. With their support, the U.S. Chamber Foundation will leverage emerging technologies to implement a series of projects that will modernize the U.S. talent marketplace and align learner, education, and workforce data to create seamless transitions from education to career pathways for all workers in the United States.

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