G7. Field Infrastructure: Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Process.

Does the EEO Program set up for the dress rehearsal (a new automated system) adequately track complaints? Does it ensure that specific tasks related to a complaint are completed? Does it lead to a possible resolution of the complaint?

G8. Field Infrastructure: Recruiting Activities.

Were the Census Bureau's recruiting activities successful? Which specific sources of applicants were the best? Were the activities done at the right time? What advertising sources were most effective? What did it cost?

G9. Field Infrastructure: Welfare to Work.

Did the Census Bureau's dress rehearsal Welfare to Work Program work? That is, how well were census recruiters and partnership specialists able to identify state, local, and tribal government resources, as well as community resources, to aid in the development of an applicant pool of welfare recipients?

G10. Enumerator Training for Nonresponse Follow-Up and Integrated Coverage Measurement Personal Interview.

Did the training provided to enumerators result in skilled employees able to perform at an acceptable level?

H. Technology-Related Evaluations [Evaluations HI and H3].

Results of Group H evaluations will be used for internal Census Bureau planning to validate specific data capture systems being developed for the 2000 census.

H1. Evaluation of Segmented Write-ins.

This evaluation will analyze respondents' use of the segmented boxes on the questionnaires for race and ethnicity.

H2. H2 has been dropped.

H3. Quality of the Data Capture System.

This evaluation will look at what percentage of the answers in the dress rehearsal database are different from the actual responses on the census questionnaires.

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