101 - The 2010 Census: Preparations for a Complete Count
Weinberg, Daniel H.; U.S. Census Bureau
The importance of the decennial census is discussed as well as the confidentiality measures protecting rights of respondents to privacy. The main focus of the webinar is upon the re-engineered approach to census taking that was undertaken in 2010 in an effort in improve coverage and conduct the census in a cost efficient manner.
Daniel H. Weinberg, Assistant Director for Decennial Census Programs, US Census Bureau.
Association of Public Data Users
Social Statistics; Demographic Statistics; Census Bureau; Bureau of Justice Statistics; US Dept of Justice; Bureau of Transportation Statistics; National Center for Education Statistics; US Dept of Education; National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics; National Science Foundation; US DOC; BJS; NCES; NCSES; NSF
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