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Although Census Day, April 1st, is almost five months away, planning is in the final stages for the start of the 2010 Census. The constitutionally-mandated decennial count of the population is slated to begin officially late next month, according to Census Bureau officials holding their second briefing at the National Press Club on Monday.
Lockheed is responsible for the people, process, technology and infrastructure needed to receive, capture and standardize data from potentially more than 300 million U.S. residents as well as provide telephone assistance to support data capture efforts. Julie Dunlap, Director, Lockheed Martin Census Business Practice, tells us what's next.
Overall, the Bureau's readiness for a successful headcount is mixed, reports the GAO. Performance problems continue to plague a work flow management system essential for the Bureau's field operations and a payroll processing system that will be used to pay more than 600,000 temporary workers. GAO's director of strategic issues, Robert Goldenkoff has details.