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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.
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Since 2000, the Bureau has reengineered the decennial census and has begun new initiatives to reduce nonresponse follow up costs.
Three of the bureau's 10 major investments--estimated to cost $2.7 billion--are expected to support the 2010 decennial census.
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.
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.