This two-part event provides opportunities for different audiences.
Part one provides an early overview of 2020 Census innovations, timeline, critical geographic program deadlines, and the Community Partnership and Engagement program outreach plans.
Who Should Attend
- City managers
- City or county intergovernmental affairs
- County managers
- Council of government staff
- Anyone who will take a lead in getting their city/county ready for 2020 Census
Part two is a presentation followed by a Q&A. Topics include recruiting and hiring for Census jobs, motivating local residents to fill out forms, and helping immigrants and other hard to count groups participate.
Who Should Attend
- Community stakeholders
- Grassroots leaders
- Community leaders who can represent hard-to-enumerate populations
Census data can improve or create new models of public funding. The next set of Census forms is set to release in three years.
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