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Partnership Specialist. US . Census Bureau. Los Angeles . Regional Census Center. March 2018. 1. Why We Do a Census. Article 1, Section 2 of the US Constitution. The actual Enumeration shall be made within three Years after the first Meeting of the Congress of the United States, and within every su.... ID: 677469

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The Road to 2020

Charmaine Ramos Partnership SpecialistUS Census BureauLos Angeles Regional Census CenterMarch 2018

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Why We Do a Census

Article 1, Section 2 of the US ConstitutionThe actual Enumeration shall be made within three Years after the first Meeting of the Congress of the United States, and within every subsequent Term of ten Years, in such Manner as they shall by Law direct. Key Purpose is Apportioning the US House of Representatives2

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2020 Census

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Update on

LUCA4

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Goals for the 2020 Census

Maintain QualityReduce CostsFour Areas of InnovationEfficiency in Building an Address ListEasier Ways to RespondBetter Use of Information We Already HaveMore Efficient Field Operations5

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New Ability to Self Respond

Starting March 23, 2020

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Census Questionnaire

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Languages - Supporting California linguistically diverse population

Available in SpanishEnumerator Instruments (hand held)Paper questionnaire and other mailingsField enumeration materialsInternet option and Census Questionnaire Assistance (CQAs) will be available in 12 non English languagesSpanish, Chinese (simplified), Vietnamese, Korean, Russian, Arabic, Tagalog, Polish, French, Haitian Creole, Portuguese, JapaneseItems available in 59 non-English languagesLanguage glossaryLanguage identification cardAdditional efforts from the Los Angeles RegionPartner with grass root organizations to create localize the Census

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Hire locally

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Los Angeles Regional Census Center

RCC on schedule to open May 3, 2018 in Los Angeles.11

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Wave 1 Area Census

Offices (ACOs)Seven early Area Census Offices to open January 2019 (Wave One)Bakersfield, CA (covers Central Valley and Nevada)Oakland, CA (Bay Area and Northern Coast)Riverside, CA (San Diego, Orange County, and Inland Empire)Van Nuys, CA (Los Angeles County)Anchorage, AK (Alaska)

Seattle, WA (Washington)

Salem, OR (Oregon, Washington and Hawaii)

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Wave 2 ACOs

Wave 2 ACOs scheduled to open July 2019Number of Wave 2 ACOs by State:California – 26 Idaho – 1Hawaii - 1Nevada - 2Oregon - 2Washington - 413

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Recruiting

& Staffing Numbers of ACO Positions

Summer 2018

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ACO office staff, Recruiting Assistants (approx. 30 per

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anvassing field staff (approx. 300 per ACO)

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ACO Management (approx. 10 per ACO

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Non-Response Follow-Up field staff (approx. 500 per ACO)

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Recruiting

Summer 2018Partnership SpecialistsRecruiting Information for All Positionswww.census.gov/2020jobswww.usajobs.gov1-888-658-5564 (RCC recruiting hotline)15

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Community Partnership and Engagement

Program (CPEP)Enroll community partners to increase participation in the 2020 Census of those who are less likely to respond or are often missed.Educ

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grass roots organizations to reach out to hard to count groups and those who aren’t motivated to respond to the national campaign

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Complete Count Committees

Background and Structure of Complete Count Committees (CCCs)Tribal, state and local governments work together with partners in their communities to form CCCs to promote the 2020 Census to their constituents. Community-based organizations also establish CCCs that reach out to their members. Committee members are experts in the following areas:Government *EducationMedia *Community OrganizationsWorkforce development *Faith-Based Community

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Contact Information

Charmaine Ramos Partnership Specialist 818/923-4241charmaine.v.ramos@census.gov19


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