Category Archives: 2010 Census

Updating Congress on Preparations for 2020: Tune in Tomorrow

Written by: John H. Thompson Tomorrow morning, I’ll address the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform on the U.S. Census Bureau’s preparations for the 2020 Census. For the last three years we’ve been studying cost-saving design innovations; now, we’re … Continue reading

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Preparing for Hurricane Season with Census Data

Today marks the beginning of the Atlantic hurricane season. These storms are among nature’s most powerful and destructive phenomena, and they have the potential to affect a large portion of U.S. residents. The 185 coastline counties along the Atlantic and … Continue reading

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Technology Innovations for Nonresponse Follow-Up in the 2020 Census

Written by: John H. Thompson This week I am visiting Los Angeles County to observe the last phase of the 2016 Census Test, currently underway here in California as well as in Harris County, Texas. Almost 225,000 households in Los … Continue reading

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Surveying U.S. Census Bureau Commuting Data in Atlanta

Written by: John H. Thompson Today, I am in Atlanta for a roundtable discussion with local officials on commuting data, and discussing how they can use the Census Bureau’s wealth of statistics to serve their communities. The Atlanta area is … Continue reading

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Census Day in the Houston and Los Angeles Areas

Written by: John H. Thompson Today is Census Day for Harris County, Texas and Los Angeles County, Calif., the two sites taking part in the 2016 Census Test. Almost 225,000 households in each location have received a notification by mail … Continue reading

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