Monthly Archives: September 2015

Census Bureau Director Statement on IG Investigative Report

The employee misconduct detailed in the recent Department of Commerce Inspector General’s (IG) report is inexcusable and will not be tolerated. Any employees who allegedly falsified timesheets and betrayed the trust of the American public will be held personally accountable … Continue reading

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New American Community Survey Data Released Today

Written by: John H. Thompson Today the U.S. Census Bureau released a new set of annual data from the American Community Survey (ACS). The data give us unique insight into the year-to-year changes taking place in our communities across the … Continue reading

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Expanding Small Business Owners’ Access to Our Data with Census Business Builder

Written by: John H. Thompson The U.S. Census Bureau is the premiere source of data about America’s economy and businesses, and we’re committed to making our data more accessible than ever before. I’m pleased to introduce our latest tool in … Continue reading

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New Web Features Highlight the U.S. Census Bureau’s International Data

Written by: John H. Thompson The U.S. and World Population Clock is one of the most popular features on Census.gov. More than 2.4 million users a year access it to find national and world population estimates, as well as statistics … Continue reading

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A Timely Portrait of America’s Business Owners from the Annual Survey of Entrepreneurs

Written by: John H. Thompson I’m pleased to announce the beginning of data collection for the inaugural Annual Survey of Entrepreneurs. This new survey will be a supplement to the U.S. Census Bureau’s Survey of Business Owners, which is conducted … Continue reading

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