Monday, April 13, 2009

Census Bureau unveils Census Recovery Plan

The U.S. Census Bureau submitted to Congress its proposal for a Census Recovery Plan to create jobs, strengthen the economy and conduct a successful 2010 Census. Under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, the Census Bureau was provided $1 billion.

Census Recovery Plan highlights include:

  • Coverage Follow-Up Enhancement ($30 million)
  • Partnership Program Enhancement ($120 million)
  • Public Outreach ($100 million)
  • Group Quarters Operations ($138 million)
  • Update Leave ($116 million)
  • Update/Enumerate ($108 million)
  • Local Census Office Staffing Operation ($388 million)
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