Category Archives: 2010 Census

Using Technology and Innovation to Reengineer Our Surveys and Data

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Written by: John H. Thompson At the U.S. Census Bureau, we’re researching ways to use technology to transform the way we do business. Not only will this transformation keep our censuses and surveys quick, easy, and secure, it will reverse … Continue reading

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Farewell from Tom Mesenbourg

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Written by: Tom Mesenbourg August 1, 2013 was a very special day for me. The retirement ceremony was extremely touching to both myself and my family. The speakers – Nancy Potok, Bob Groves, Steve Murdock, Johnny Zuagar, Mark Doms, Bill … Continue reading

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Census Bureau Budget Update

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Written by: Tom Mesenbourg On March 26, 2013, the President signed the FY 2013 budget bill.  The Census Bureau’s FY 2013 enacted discretionary budget is $858 million, $112 million or 11 percent below the President’s request of $970 million.  The … Continue reading

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Why Respondents Matter

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Written by: Tom Mesenbourg The Census Bureau has a long and distinguished history as “Fact Finder for the Nation.”  Besides the Decennial Census, the Economic Census, and the Census of Governments, the Census Bureau conducts a number of monthly, quarterly, … Continue reading

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How Good was the 2010 Census? A View from the Post-Enumeration Survey

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Written by: Director Robert Groves Last week, the Census Bureau released the results of our post-enumeration survey, called “Census Coverage Measurement (CCM).” The results showed that the 2010 Census had a net overcount of 0.01 percent, meaning about 36,000 people … Continue reading

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