Robert Groves: Is it too late to save 2020 census?
August 15, 2017 8:33 am
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With 2018 approaching, there’s little time left to get the 2020 decennial count back on track. But the Census Bureau has neither a director nor a deputy. It has tests to run but not enough money. Some of the technology it’s using is risky. No wonder the Government Accountability Office has put the count on its high risk list. Can it be saved? For some answers, Federal Drive with Tom Temin turns to former Census Bureau Director Robert Groves, now the provost at Georgetown University.