Throughout 2022, the Census Bureau continued its excellent operations. We released data related to the 2020 Census, the American Community Survey, the Household Pulse and Small Business Pulse surveys, and many more. We’ve created new tools and data products. We participated in the release of historical data from the 1950 Census, along with the National Archives and Records Administration. We’ve been conducting the employment and finance component of the 2022 Census of Governments and gearing up for the 2022 Economic Census. And, of course, we’ve been preparing for the 2030 Census.
As I’ve said many times this year – including here in my blog – the Census Bureau is committed to producing data that reflects an accurate portrait of America. To accomplish that, over the past year I have championed data equity, incorporating diversity and inclusion in our workplace, and engaging with the full diversity of our stakeholders.
An important – and heartwarming – aspect of these priorities has been meeting with many Census Bureau employees face-to-face to learn more about their work and to hear their feedback. I met staff both individually and in groups at our headquarters in Suitland, Md., as well as all at six regional offices and the National Processing Center.
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