About Warren Glimpse
Warren Glimpse is leader of a diverse set of activities that focus on
assisting businesses, government, and individuals realize enhanced opportunities and success
by facilitating their development and use of knowledge capital and decision-making information.
information resources & solutions
Warren Glimpse is founder and president of ProximityOne. ProximityOne is a business based in Alexandria, Virginia.
ProximityOne develops, deploys, and uses
decision-making information resources to help clients better formulate, manage, and assess strategy and operations. ProximityOne ...
Warren Glimpse is an econometrician and former Census Bureau official.
Glimpse developed the Columbia, MO GBF/DIME file used as the prototype for the Census Bureau TIGER/Line program.
While with the Census Bureau he was responsible for Census Bureau data access and user services programs.
Glimpse established the Census Bureau State Data Center Program based in part on his own experiences in Missouri.
Glimpse also served as associate director of the U.S. Office of Federal Statistical Policy and Standards focusing on intra-agency
data access and use.
- works with a wide range of clientele including businesses; Federal, state and local government agencies; universities; and associations.
- is a leader in helping communities, government agencies, and stakeholder organizations
achieve order-of-magnitude performance improvements, set new performance standards and reshape opportunities.
- operates specialized programs focused on developing, accessing, and using geodemographics.
Glimpse is an expert in issues concerning wide-ranging geodemographic-economics including
decennial census and related Federal statistical program data access and use.
See Census 2010
.. Census 2000
which provide general information, access to key data, and frequent updates on data access and use issues.
Glimpse has worked with many state and local agencies on the Census 2010 LUCA program
and ways to improve Census 2010.
Glimpse develops and analyzes demographic-economic-business estimates and projections as conveyed in the
Situation & Outlook reports and database
covering the U.S., states, metropolitan areas and component cities and counties, and drill-down tractset areas.
See metro Situation & Outlook reports.
Glimpse continues to develop innovative solutions to multi-sourced data integration and facilitate evolvement of
Decision-Making Information (DMI).
The Demographic-Economic Statistical System developed by Glimpse in 2011
enables online access to demographic-economic data for wide-ranging geography including Census 2010, American Community Survey 2010
and demographic-economic estimates and projections to 2020.
Focus areas also include America's K-12 education and
children's demographics. Glimpse was developer of the 1990 Census School District Special Tabulation (with Census Bureau
and U.S. Department of Education) and developed the first national scale school district boundary files for use in GIS applications.
Glimpse also helped develop the Census 2000 School District Special Tabulation and developed the U.S. Department of Education's website
providing access to and use of these data. Glimpse works with individual education agencies at the national, state and local levels
to develop and use school and school district decision-making information.
Decision-Making Information Resources Produced by Glimpse
Related Background and Initiatives
Helps organizations develop/implement effective decision-making information solutions.
Develops and conducts training and workshops on effective use of decision-making information.
Conceptualized and developed Census Bureau State Data Center Program.
Developer of ProximityOne software and many other information technology, software, and data resources.
Developer of wide-ranging GIS applications with specializations using TIGER/Line files.
Developer demographic estimates and projections|
- official estimates & projections for the state of Missouri
- participant in Census Bureau Federal State Cooperative Program for Population Estimates
Developed the Columbia, MO GBF/DIME, prototype for the U.S. Bureau of the Census TIGER system|
- most comprehensive digital map database for the U.S.
Served as chief, Census Bureau Data User Services, and
implemented many innovative programs to enhance data access and use.
Served as associate director, U.S. Office of Federal Statistical Policy and Standards; developed a framework for Federal statistical data access and user services.
Founding member of the Association of Public Data Users, promoting systemic ways to expand effective access and improved usability of public data.
Developed the School District Data Book for the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), of the U.S. Department of Education
Developed the 1990 Census School District Special Tabulation for NCES/U.S. Bureau of the Census.
Developed tabulation and data access framework for Census 2000 school district special tabulation.
Developed the first set of national scope school district boundary files under sponsorship of NCES for use in mapping and GIS applications.
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