Census pushes Americans to online form as COVID-19 disrupts 2020 field count
As of March 15, more than 5 million Americans have already responded to the census online.
Census official touts impact of now-live 2020 online response
The decision to bring the 2020 census online came with huge challenges in recent years, but the bureau anticipates it will have an immense impact on developing a more accurate and complete count of Americans.
Rep. Lynch wants the Census Bureau to look into ‘blockchain viability’ for 2030
While a House Oversight hearing covered the bureau's "mixed" readiness for upcoming aspects of the 2020 count, one member was looking to the future.
2019 in review: A tense homestretch for 2020 census prep
It's been an intense year of preparation for the "modern" 2020 census. But the Census Bureau has stayed optimistic throughout it all.
Census hiring systems have issues, report says, but bureau begs to differ
In a management alert, the Commerce Department's inspector general says tech challenges led to delays and performance failures during testing. The bureau says the alert is based on old information.