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2010 Census: Census Bureauís Decision to Continue with Handheld Computers for Address Canvassing Makes Planning and Testing Critical
Mathew J. Scire (au); David A. Powner (au)
The U.S. Census Bureau had planned to rely heavily on automation in conducting the 2010 Census, including using handheld computers (HHC) to verify addresses. Citing concerns about escalating costs, in March 2008 the Sec. of Commerce announced a redesign of the key automation effort. This report: (1) analyzes Census Bureau and contractor data showing how HHCs operated and their impact on operations; and (2) examines implications the redesign may have on plans for address canvassing in the 2010 Census. Includes recommendations Illustrations.
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