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decennial

1. lasting for ten years
2. occurring every ten years
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The decennial census is a constitutionally-mandated activity that produces critical data used to apportion congressional seats, redraw congressional districts, and allocate billions of dollars in federal assistance.
The officials explained that in 2010, Newburgh had one of the lowest census-participation rates in New York State (a mere 57%), and that the city cannot be allowed to fall through the cracks yet again, as representation and many forms of federal funding are determined by the decennial census count.
Categories: Information Management, Census, Cost analysis, Data collection, Information management, Information technology, IT acquisitions, Operational testing, Program evaluation, Risk assessment, Risk management, Schedule slippages, Source data automation, Strategic planning, 2010 Decennial Census
Insurance services benefits "damage work" with decennial responsibility "builder non-realizing" and "all risks site" for the subscription of food policies relating to all construction operations whose department of val de marne is master client.
Since 2000, the Bureau has reengineered the decennial census and has begun new initiatives to reduce nonresponse follow up costs.
This was a tremendous gift that helped me gain government wide perspective that I use in my work as Chief of the Decennial Census Management Division.
Three of the bureau's 10 major investments--estimated to cost $2.7 billion--are expected to support the 2010 decennial census.
Require Title 13 of the United States Code to be amended to clarify that each decennial census shall tabulate the total number of persons in each state;
The ACS will be a mail survey of about 3 million households annually, whose results will be cumulated over 5 years to produce estimates that will replace information previously provided by the Decennial Census long form.
The Every Person Counts Act also amends Title XIII of the United States Code to clarify that each decennial census shall tabulate the total number of persons in each state.
Census Bureau told Congress that it had at least $305 million in budget savings out of its $4.5 billion fiscal year 2000 no-year appropriations for the 2000 decennial census.
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