Posts Tagged: 2010 Census

We Are 300 Million Strong, America! 2010 Census Data Unveiled Today

Today was “an important day for the American people,” said Commerce Secretary Gary Locke as he announced that he had delivered the 2010 Census results to the President under a congressional mandate – something that has happened “only 22 times before” in our nation’s history. Here are snippets of Secretary Locke’s remarks: – achieved aRead… Read more »

2010 Census Director Attends “Academy Awards”‘ Show in LA

From “The Director’s Blog” of the U.S. Census Today, I attended the Academy Awards. Not the Hollywood ones you’re familiar with, but they were special nonetheless. Over the past few months students at the Media Academy at Crenshaw High School in downtown Los Angeles created public service announcements for the 2010 Census. I had theRead… Read more »

2010 Census: The Millions of Details

Originally published on The Director’s Blog I am continually impressed with the number of simultaneously moving parts in the big machine that is the 2010 Census. There are few organizations preparing to have a once-in-a-decade contact within a very short period of time with over 130 million households in the country. We have a massiveRead… Read more »

Federal Eye: Eye Opener: Fortune cookies promoting the Census

Happy Friday! Some Chinese food lovers in the Pacific Northwest enjoying a fortune cookie may soon get a fortune message that says, “You are an incredibly smart, beautiful person who will enjoy great success,” on one side and “Put down your chopsticks and get involved in Census 2010” on the other. The U.S. Census BureauRead… Read more »