Our revised application more clearly explains that our research focus is to design, create, and use new data to advance the population sciences. Key examples include highly-collaborative PDB-funded projects such as the Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID), the PSID Child Development Study (CDS), the PSID Transition to Adulthood Supplement (TAS) and the National Survey of Family Growth (NSFG). Furthermore, the P2C will link together networks of faculty with shared interests to fuel new collaborative scientific partnerships reaching throughout the PSC faculty, which we expect will lead to new projects supported by PDB. We emphasize both the strong partnerships within these large data creation projects and the extensive collaborative networks that reach from these projects into many other population research activities at PSC. We also explain that design, creation, and use of new data is more than just innovative, large-scale surveys, but also includes new admin-istrative/organic data-linking science and experimental designs and interventions.