Census 2020 of Population & Housing
February 2016. Decennial census data are important for many reasons. Among these reasons is the required role of these data in the House of Representatives reapportionment and redistricting. These data are widely used for reapportionment and redistricting for state legislatures, special districts, cities, school districts and other geographies.
This section is focused on Census 2020 oriented toward data access and use developed by Warren Glimpse/ProximityOne. ProximityOne has no affiliation with the Census Bureau. This section is not sponsored by any Federal agency. This section is updated from time-to-time as Census 2020 approaches (April 1, 2020) and then more frequently as data become available. Updates relating to this section are sent to members of the ProximityOne User Group (join now).
1. In the News
2. Census 2020 Milestones
3. Geographic Support Programs
5. Administration & Finance
6. Congressional Oversight & Funding
Decennial census data are a critically important part of the data stream that goes far beyond its legal authorization and role -- as with the previous decennial censuses. Broader importance of these data ...
In March 2021, just a little over five years for now, the first data from Census 2020 will become available. We are now roughly mid-way between the release of the first Census 2010 block level data and the first block level data from Census 2020.
Just a little over a year from now, the Census Bureau is scheduled to deliver Census 2020 topics to Congress. This is one of many milestones shown in the list below. The Census 2020 topics are in part based on the 2015 National Content Test. Among the key content topic issues are how race/ethnicity topics will be covered.
1. In the News [goto top]
Briefing on the President's Fiscal Year 2017 Budget Request
Feb. 25, 2016 at 2:30 p.m. ET -- See details
2. Census 2020 Milestones [goto top]
The following summary of Census 2020 milestones is based partly on the Census 2020 Operational Plan. This section will be expanded with related notes over time.
3. Census 2020 Geographic Support Programs [goto top]
4. Census 2020 Redistricting [goto top]
5. Administration & Finance [goto top]
Budget of the United States Government, Fiscal Year 2017 (released 2/9/16)
.. Full budget document
.. "Census" mentioned 4 times; use Ctrl-F and search full budget document
Analytical Perspectives, Budget of the United States Government, Fiscal Year 2017 (released 2/9/16)
.. Strengthening Federal Statistics
.. Table 16-1 (page 285) shows 2015-2017 Budget Authority for Principal Statisticsl Agencies
Department of Commerce FY 2017 Congressional Budget Justification
.. All Commerce Department Operations
U.S. Census Bureau’s Budget - Fiscal Year 2017 (from above page)
.. As Presented to Congress February 2016
Census Bureau FY 2016 President's Budget (March 2015)
.. FY 2016 President's Budget PDF/PPT
Census Bureau Budget Submissions
.. Census Bureau Plans & Budgets
6. Congress Oversight & Funding [goto top]
House Committee on Appropriations:
- Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Subcommittee
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