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Taking steps to make sure everyone is counted.
Census director Robert Groves says the 2010 census will be a boon to the children of federal employees.
Residents of southern Maryland have some of the nastiest commutes not just in the area, but the entire country, and some local leaders are hoping to change that.
The Census Bureau is ready to apply lessons learned from the 2010 population count to the next one in 2020. It's laying the groundwork to move away from large, troublesome, monolithic technology systems.
Bureau Director Groves and Commerce Secretary Locke announced the savings today. Officials say Census saved money for three reasons, including not having to tap into a reserve fund in case of emergency.
Tim Ruland, Chief Information Technology Security Officer at the Census Bureau, says his office reimages 25-30 PCs each month because of irresponsible Web browsing. Ruland says some managers may choose to revoke employee Internet privileges to help fix the problem. Census is also developing a safe Web surfing handbook for all employees.