2020 Census

Complete Count Committees webinar

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In this webinar, SDC members from three states provide updates and lessons on “standing up” their Complete Count Committees. They provided information about the Committee structures, activities, budget, and the particular SDC role.

This webinar is the fifth in a series of Plan to Plan for 2020 webinars organized by the SDC Steering Committee and hosted by the SDC Program. (October 3, 2018)

Presentation materials are provided here:

The WebEx recording is available here: https://census.webex.com/census/ldr.php?RCID=84893a73a8b62e2d7a7ce4344d405ee3

Census 2020: Making the Case for Philanthropy

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Census 2020: Making the Case for Philanthropy
This website describes the initiative of the philanthropy community in Indiana to promote the 2020 Census. It contains a comprehensive listing of 2020 Census websites from multiple federal and state sources.
Find it here: https://www.inphilanthropy.org/Census2020

Michigan Nonprofits Be Counted website

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Michigan Nonprofits Be Counted website
Currently, the site includes Resources, information on the Census Hubs, and crucial information on the importance of Census 2020, all of which can be translated into Spanish or Arabic. As you explore the website, we invite you to:
Sign up for news and information and the regular newsletters under the Engage tab.
Check out resources page for downloadable documents to use and share with your network.
Share any feedback or resources you think should be available so that we can add it to our library of resources.
Find it here: https://becountedmi2020.com/

Census 2020 Colorado Complete Count Campaign

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Census 2020 Colorado Complete Count Campaign
The State of Colorado is looking for volunteers to serve on the Colorado Complete Count Campaign to promote the 2020 Census.
This is a website to describe and support the process.

The site is maintained by the State Demography Office.
Find it here: https://demography.dola.colorado.gov/demography/2020CCCC/

Letter commenting on the 2020 Census design and data collection plan

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Here is a letter from the steering committee, commenting on the 2020 Census design and data collection plan, in response to US Commerce Department’s Federal Register Notice. The letter was sent August 6, 2018.

In this letter, the steering committee comments that methods and processes matter: If a new citizenship data element is needed, then the processes to obtain and use such data should be thoughtfully planned, should maximize the accuracy and completeness of the 2020 Census, and should avoid introducing risks to validity. The steering committee endorses Census Bureau’s broader strategy of substituting validated administrative records data – data that already exists – where such substitution reduces response burdens or mitigates asking sensitive questions. Finally, the steering committee recommends that the Bureau make distinctions between essential, priority questions and non-priority questions. These distinctions should be reflected in the planning and programming of field followup operations and the online (internet) census questionnaire system.

Letter commenting on the 2020 Census design and data collection plan

California 2020 Census Website

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California 2020 Census Website
Census 2020 explained, Complete Count Committee, Census Job Opportunities in CA, Low Response Score Maps, etc.
Find it here: https://census.ca.gov

Washington 2020 Census website

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Washington 2020 Census website
2020 Census information including: Complete Count Committees, partnerships, geographic programs, State 2020 Census operation timeline and outreach plan, questionnaire, funding, etc.

Find it here: https://www.ofm.wa.gov/washington-data-research/population-demographics/decennial-census/2020-census-everyone-counts