2010 CENSUS: Plans for Decennial Census Operations and Technology Have Progressed, But Much Uncertainty Remains

June 2008
GAO Reports;6/12/2008, preceding p1
Government Documents
The article presents a study regarding the plans of the Census Bureau (Bureau) for the U.S. 2010 Census which includes paper-based nonresponse follow-up operation, management of Field Data Collection Automation (FDCA), and the status of the Bureau's integrated 2010 schedule. U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) says that the Bureau does important steps for the plans with the use of technology. However, various aspects still remain uncertain.


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