Category Archives: Partnerships

Personal Lessons From The 2010 Census

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Written by: Director Robert Groves I’m finding myself looking back over the experience of the 2010 Census and drawing some lessons learned. If we’re smart as an organization, we’ll build the 2020 Census planning effort with these in mind. Here … Continue reading

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Our Partners, at Half-Time of The 2010 Census

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Written by: Director Robert Groves Over the past few days I have met with hundreds of our partners, who voluntarily helped us get the message out to their constituents that the 2010 Census is important for their futures. They are … Continue reading

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The Neighborhood’s Census

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Written by: Director Robert Groves The pace of our lives at the Census Bureau is picking up now. This is the month that it all comes together. Our partner activities are increasing also. I was in Los Angeles Saturday and … Continue reading

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The Creativity of Partners

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Written by: Director Robert Groves Last week, we announced that over 200,000 partners have signed on to help us promote the 2010 Census. This is a huge increase over the partner count of the 2000 Census. We’re gratified at the … Continue reading

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The Ads Are Coming! The Ads Are Coming!

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Written by: Director Robert Groves A group of us reviewed the television, radio and print advertisements for the 2010 Census that will start running in January. The ad campaign has three phases – an awareness phase (to alert the public … Continue reading

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