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Where: Usually at Bureau of Labor Statistics, Postal Square Building (across from Union Station)
At these half-day meetings, members of the SAS user community present papers, exchange ideas, and generally find out what others are doing with SAS. The papers, given by members of our local group as well as experts from outside, stimulate discussion and provide instruction. Our meetings are free and open to the public.
Definitive times and locations to be announced
Through the generous support of the SAS Institute, DCSUG members enjoy a speaker from SAS Institute at one meeting each year. DCSUG also participates in the Speaker Exchange Program of the NorthEast SAS Users Group (NESUG) and the SouthEast SAS Users Group (SESUG). These regional groups are able to bring us speakers from outside the DC area to speak on a variety of topics. In addition, speakers from our own area contribute their expertise, so DCSUG meetings always offer a stimulating mix of ideas.
Online versions of the newsletter are delivered in Adobe Acrobat portable document format (PDF), which means you need a copy of the Acrobat Reader on your computer in order to view or print them. This is free software; if you need a copy, it is available from Adobe.
DCSUG also offers group memberships for $50 a year. An organization holding such a membership receives our newsletter and may freely distribute it to its SAS users, and can send as many SAS users as it wishes to our meetings. Like individual members, group members can place ads in our newsletter at the going rate.
For information on membership status contact Beth Schreiber.
While not a part of DCSUG, the Special Interest Group in Statististics for Capital PC Users Group is of interest to many DCSUG members.
Karl Barsky: 202-691-7651;
Karen Dennis: 301-390-8050;
Jason Ford (Chair): 202-691-6267
Frank Fry: 703-250-9272;
Arthur Furnia (SAS Institute Liaison): 202-267-9481
Roger Goodwin: 304-724-9976;
Sunil Gupta: 805-577-8877;
Yesvy Gustasp (Chair Emeritus): 301-625-9576; 202-307-5888 (fax);
Heidi Markovitz: 305-803-8407;
Joe Mirabal: 703-265-4620;
Anastasiya Osborne (Treasurer): 202-690-0446;
Dianne Rhodes: 202-659-3826;
Catherine Ann Loveless-Schmitt: 301-763-2997;
Beth Schreiber (Secretary): 202-622-4731;
Howard Schreier: 703-979-2720;
Arlene Siller: 301-458-4498; 301-458-4032 (fax);
Christopher Zogby: 703-380-0973;
These organizations often have employment opportunities. See current full-text announcements and/or follow pertinent links below.
Systems Research for Better Health
|Buccaneer Computer Systems & Service, Inc.|
|Data and Analytic Solutions, Inc.|
|Henderson Consulting Services LLC|
Johns Hopkins University
Master of Science in Applied Economics
|Mathematica Policy Research|
|Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group|
Sierra Data Science
Data Science. Delivered.™
Social & Scientific Systems, Inc.
an employee-owned company
Beyond quality, a true experience.
An Employee-Owned Research Corporation
Zogby Enterprises, Inc. |
Professional SAS Consulting Services
|To find out what SAS is , or to learn more about it, contact the vendor, SAS Institute|
|sasCommunity.org, a collaborative online SAS Community for SAS Users worldwide|
|Lex Jansen's front end for SAS user group conference papers|
|For SAS expertise via LISTSERV®, subscribe to SAS-L|
|PROC HELP, Wei Cheng's collection of SAS-related links|
|To hear SAS talks at your desktop, become part of the Virtual SAS Users Group|
|SAS® Consultant Special Interest Group|
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Last updated 6 May 2013