The Census Bureau convenes an annual workshop with state partners, federal agencies, and public and private organizations with shared interest in the first quarter of every calendar year.
The purpose of the annual workshop is to review progress, showcase use of data and analyses, solicit input and ideas, explore new concepts and uses, and discuss research and development directions for the coming years.
The LED Partnership holds a quarterly webinar series free to the public on topics related to the program.
LEHD personnel also gives demonstrations and presentations at many other forums to explain the LED Partnership, the data it provides, and the many capabilities of its systems.
The next webinar is scheduled for March 21, 2013.
The LED Partnership relies on a series of SOPs that define the interaction with the LEHD program and the LED partners. These documents are listed here.
The Local Employment Dynamics (LED) Partnership is a voluntary federal-state partnership that was started in 1999. Its main purpose is to merge data from workers with data from employers to produce a collection of enhanced labor market statistics known collectively as Quarterly Workforce Indicators (QWI), subject to strict protection of the identity and confidentiality of the individual respondents.