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Lessons Learned from 2014 Test Will Improve 2020 Census Operations

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Written by: John H. Thompson This summer, I blogged about the 2014 Census test that took place in parts of Washington, D.C., and Montgomery County, Md. This was one of several mid-decade tests to research new methods and technologies for … Continue reading

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Preparing for the 2020 Census: Measuring Race and Ethnicity in America

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By John H. Thompson The year 2020 may seem a long way away, but we’re already in full swing preparing for the next decennial census. Today, we held an operations update to announce some of the steps we’re taking to … Continue reading

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Happy 2014 Test Census Day!

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Written by John H. Thompson You may remember that in 2010, April 1 marked Census Day, or the reference day for counting the population. Each decennial census has its own Census Day, and the 2014 Census test, currently underway in … Continue reading

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Research for 2020 Census Continues – Census Bureau Opens Temporary Office

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Written by: John H. Thompson Today, we marked an important milestone on the road to the 2020 Census with the opening of the Local Census Office for the 2014 Census Test. We will conduct the test in parts of Washington … Continue reading

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