Tag Archives: Economic Census

Measuring Our Economy—200 Years and Still Counting

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Written by: John H. Thompson More than 200 years ago, we began collecting information about America’s economy, providing the first foundation for the detailed portrait we have today. Today, we continue this long tradition by releasing the first results from … Continue reading

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A Future Without Key Social and Economic Statistics for the Country

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Written by: Director Robert Groves Our country faces important federal funding challenges linked to the current recession and its aftermath. On the Census Bureau’s part, we have been striving to cut administrative costs, reengineer our survey processes, and find innovative … Continue reading

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