The Panel on Research on Future Census Methods has a broad charge to review the early planning process for the 2010 census. Its work includes observing the operation of the 2000 census, deriving lessons for 2010, and advising on effective evaluations and tests. This is the panel's third report; they have previously issued an interim report offering suggestions on the Census Bureau's evaluation plan for 2000 and a letter report commenting on the bureau's proposed general structure for the 2010 census.
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|2. Real Reengineering: Technical Infrastructure and Business Process||23-38|
|3. Modernizing Geographic Resources||39-78|
|4. American Community Survey||79-102|
|5. The 2003 and 2004 Census Tests||103-112|
|6. Conclusions and Future Work||113-118|
|Biographical Sketches of Panel Members and Staff||127-133|
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