ICPSR annual report released
ICPSR's 2009-2010 annual report (pdf) is now available. The report describes a productive year, with increases in membership and revenue, and progress on a wide range of new initiatives.
The report highlights three new projects at ICPSR: the National Addiction & HIV Data Archive Program, the China Multi-Generational Panel Dataset-Liaoning, and the Restricted-Use Contracting System.
Three ICPSR researchers are also profiled: JoAnne McFarland, director of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Data Archive; Christopher Ward, project manager at the Integrated Fertility Survey Series; and John Garcia, ICPSR's director of diversity and leader of the Resource Center for Minority Data.
Grant revenue, overall revenue, and our fund balance all increased in the 2009-2010 fiscal year. At the end of the year, ICPSR had nearly 690 members, and more than $19.1 million in revenue.