Federal Forecasters Consortium

 

 

The Federal Forecasters Consortium (FFC) is a collaborative effort of agencies in the United States government, as well as other interested parties in the academic and not-for-profit communities, who share an interest in the practice, planning and use of forecasting activities by and within the federal government.

The annual FFC Consortium provides a forum where forecasters from federal agencies and other organizations can meet and discuss various aspects of forecasting.

The next Federal Forecasters Conference will be held on September 22, 2022! 

  • Extended deadline: Abstract submissions are now due July 29th!  Call For Papers Here!
  • Enter the forecasting contest with the winner to be announced at the conference.  Details here: Google form or PDF. Entries due by 5 pm ET on September 1, 2022.  
  • More details on the 2022 conference from the tab below.
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Papers and Proceedings from Previous Conferences

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