Since 2008, NLT has been providing large-scale research, development, production, and management support to the U.S. Census Bureau’s Center for Economic Studies and the Longitudinal Employer-Household Dynamics Program (LEHD) which delivers the nation’s premier source for detailed statistics about the local workforce and produces national economic data products about the U.S. labor market including the Quarterly Workforce Indicators (QWI), LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics (LODES), Job to Job Flows (J2J), and other restricted-use microdata available to researchers through the Federal Statistical Research Data Centers (RDC).
NLT’s team of Economists, Geographers, Statisticians, and Computer Scientists is responsible for full lifecycle big data services including developing privacy protection and disclosure avoidance methods, building national public data products, developing tools and applications for data visualization and analytics, and managing critical computing infrastructure. NLT has led the design, development, and operation of state-of-the-art national geocoding and addressing solutions for accurately locating U.S. business establishments and where workers live and work handling longitudinal changes in addresses and geography to cover 150 million workers, 20 million employers, and their relationship through jobs. The new system improves quality, interoperability, scalability, and performance capable of geocoding roughly 1 million records per hour.
NLT provides comprehensive development, implementation, maintenance, and management support for award winning public Web-based interactive data tools including: Job-to-Job Flows Explorer (Beta), QWI Explorer, OnTheMap, OnTheMap for Emergency Management, LED Extraction Tool.