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Census Complete Count Resources

The Need for Complete Count Committees




Complete Count Committee Guide

Census data and its use in federal formula funding : hearing before the Subcommittee on Information Policy, Census, and National Archives of the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eleventh Congress, first session, July 9, 2009.

2010 Census: The Bureau's Plans for Reducing the Undercount Show Promise, but Key Uncertainties Remain

Improvements to Count Correction Efforts Could Produce More Accurate Census Data

Preparing for the 2010 Census: How Philadelphia and Other Cities Are Struggling and Why It Matters

Methodologies to Improve Counts



           


Decennial Census: Methods for Collecting and Reporting Data on the Homeless and Others without Conventional Housing Need Refinement

Practical Methods for Counting Homeless People [microform] : A Manual for States and Local Jurisdictions, 1992. Y 3.H 75:8 C 83 Request from State Library.

Counting the Homeless: Homeless Management Information Systems

Improvements to Count Correction Efforts Could Produce More Accurate Census Data

Funders Census Initiative - good compilation of state based programs for improving census counts, including CA, IL, MA

Prior Census Counting Experiences

Decennial Census: Lessons Learned for Locating and Counting Migrant and Seasonal Farm Workers

Issues of Counting Americans Overseas in Future Censuses (Census, 2001)

2010 Decennial Census: Background and Issues



Other Census Resources

Census Participation Rate Tracking

New York's web page for complete count activities.

The Census Project Blog

A collection of research for Census partners.

Our Families Count: LGBT Census information.

Census History

Measuring America: The Decennial Censuses from 1790 to 2000:
Includes Census questionnaires and instructions from 1790 to 2000, information on the availability of population schedules and records, finding guides, state and territorial censuses, and mortality schedules. It also includes a generalhistory of the decennial censuses as well as individual histories of each census.
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