A new technique to protect the privacy of participants in the 2020 Census could foster distrust between the Census Bureau and researchers if it results in too many inaccuracies, demographers warned officials Wednesday.
The Census Bureau has stood up a “fusion center” to monitor social media for misinformation during the 2020 count and has doubled down on its resilience planning in the final months of preparation.
The Census Bureau will join a growing number of agencies in offering a bug bounty program as it ramps up security preparations for the 2020 population count.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Veterans Affairs Department releases its much anticipated community care standards, which lay out what veterans are allowed to get medical treatment from non-VA doctors.
Ron Jarmin, the Census Bureau’s deputy director, said the agency looks to build a set of digital tools to help the private sector and the public make better use of its treasure trove of data.
The Census Bureau has six-to-eight weeks of carryover funding to stay afloat during a partial government shutdown.
The Census Bureau looks to correct the record on fears and common misconceptions the public has shared about the upcoming population count.
For all the controversy surrounding the last-minute addition of a citizenship question on 2020 census forms, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross says he’s unconvinced that the question will impact response rates.
The Census Bureau is in the middle of its one and only dress rehearsal for the 2020 population count. But there’s a lot more scrutiny coming from Congress over plans to ask respondents about their citizenship status.
Only 8 out of 44 systems for the 2020 Census’ practice run in Rhode Island have been tested to date, the Government Accountability Office told lawmakers Wednesday.