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2000 Census: Analysis of 2000 Budget & Internal Control Weaknesses at the U.S. Census Bureau
2000 Census: Analysis of 2000 Budget & Internal Control Weaknesses at the U.S. Census Bureau
 
Our Price: $20.00
Year: 2001
Pages: 61
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 075672287X

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Gregory D. Kutz & Roger R. Stoltz. The decennial census is the nationís most comprehensive & expensive data-gathering program. On Sept. 27, 2000, the U.S. Census Bureau reported to the congress that it had at least $305 million of budget savings out of its $4.5 billion fiscal year 2000 one-year appropriation for the 2000 decennial census. This report reviews the accuracy of this reported amount & identifies budget variances for the 2000 decennial census, including the reasons for these variances. The report also reviews key internal controls of the U.S. Census Bureau & reports on any significant weaknesses & how they might be corrected. The Appendix contains details on the reportís scope & methodology. Tables.

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