Nebraska State Data Center
The State Data Center program was created in 1978 as a cooperative program between the U.S. Census Bureau and individual states to make data available locally to the public through a network of state agencies, universities, libraries, and regional and local governments. The SDCs and their networks are official sources of demographic, economic, and social statistics produced by the Census Bureau.
The NSDC network includes three coordinating agencies and 20 affiliate agencies located throughout the state. You can contact us or your local affiliate for assistance with your data needs. A list of organizations, alphabetical by community, is below or view the Nebraska State Data Center Network Directory for full contact information.
Nebraska State Data Center Coordinating Agencies
Labor Market Information, Nebraska Workforce Development
Nebraska Department of Natural Resources
Nebraska Library Commission
Nebraska State Data Center Affiliate Agencies
|Chadron||Northwest Community Action Partnership|
|Fairbury||Blue Valley Community Action, Inc.|
|Humboldt||Southeast Nebraska Community Action Council|
|Kearney||The Community Action Partnership of Mid-Nebraska|
|Kearney||Nebraska Business Development Center|
|Lincoln||Nebraska Department of Economic Development|
|Lincoln||Bureau of Business Research|
|Lincoln||Lincoln/Lancaster Planning Department|
|Lincoln||Southeast Nebraska Development District|
|Lincoln||Southeast Community College Entrepreneurship Center|
|Loup City||Central Nebraska Community Services|
|North Platte||Nebraska Business Development Center|
|Ogallala||West Central Nebraska Development District|
|Omaha||Metropolitan Area Planning Agency|
|Omaha||Nebraska Business Development Center|
|Pender||Northeast Nebraska Community Action Partnership|
|Scottsbluff||Panhandle Research and Extension Center|
|Scottsbluff||Panhandle Area Development District|
|Sioux City||Siouxland Interstate Metro Planning Council|
|Wayne||Nebraska Business Development Center|
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