Tim Olson, associate director for field operations at the Census Bureau, discusses the start of the census in remote areas, and how Alaska is a tricky environment for the agency to tackle.
Government Matters’ Charis Hanner looks at the Census Bureau’s new public awareness campaign, and the technology they’ll be using for this year’s tally.
Jack Dangermond, founder and president of Esri, discusses the role that geographic tech plays in government, and how new technologies will help the census.
Al Fontenot, associate director of decennial census programs at the U.S. Census Bureau, details how the agency is preparing for the 2020 tally, and the new technology they’re using.
Phil Sparks and Mary Jo Hoeksema, co-directors of the Census Project, discuss the challenges the census faces before their 2020 tally, and the biggest changes to the census this time around.
David Hawkings, senior editor at CQ Roll Call, and Jack Fitzpatrick, congressional reporter at Bloomberg Government, join Francis Rose to discuss the upcoming FY19 appropriations hearings, and why they probably won’t go smoothly.
Robert Goldenkoff, director of strategic issues at the Government Accountability Office, discusses the status of the 2020 Census and the Census Bureau’s request for more funding.