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2000 Census: Progress Made on Design, But Risks Remain
James H. Burow. Provides information on the progress that the Census Bureau has made on its plans for carrying out the 2000 Decennial Census & assesses whether the Bureau has demonstrated the feasibility of its plans. Evaluates initiatives including (1) simplified & streamlined census questionnaires, (2) multiple mail contacts to prompt a response, (3) increased use of the Postal Service to improve the master address file for the census & identify vacant & nonexistent housing units, & (4) the use of statistical sampling & estimation procedures aimed at reducing the cost & increasing the accuracy of the census. Also includes a 28-page report by the Bureau of the Census, “Census 2000: Planning for the 2000 Round of Pouplaiton & Housing Census.”
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