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  June 7, 2017
Mathematica Policy Research Event.

Register Now for the DRC Annual Meeting

August 2, 2017, 8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m. (ET)

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Registration is now open for the Disability Research Consortium (DRC) Annual Meeting. Space is limited, so make sure you reserve your spot today.

Millions of people with disabilities rely on a system of government programs designed to help them supplement their income and meet the challenges of getting an education, finding employment, and maintaining good health. But the cost and complexity of the U.S. system present their own major challenges, both for policymakers who seek to meet rising needs with limited resources and for beneficiaries who experience a fragmented provision of services and poor health and economic outcomes. The DRC is helping build the evidence base needed to improve the national disability support system, improve the lives of people with disabilities, and reduce government spending in the long term.

This conference will highlight the DRC's latest findings and their implications for the future of state and federal disability policies and programs.






August 2, 2017







8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m., ET







National Press Club
529 14th St., NW, 13th Floor
Washington, DC 20045







Open until July 20, but space is limited. Click here to register.








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The DRC is a collaborative effort of the Social Security Administration, Mathematica’s Center for Studying Disability Policy, and the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER). The DRC is developing new research with a team of disability policy experts and researchers at Mathematica, NBER, the University of Illinois-Chicago, the University of Massachusetts Medical School, and Virginia Commonwealth University. 

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For more information, email disabilityforums@mathematica-mpr.com.

About Us: Mathematica is a pioneering nonpartisan research organization dedicated to improving public well-being. Our 1,200+ experts conduct policy research, data collection, and data analytics that meet the highest standards of quality and objectivity, working with decision makers across the public and private sectors. 


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