Friday, May 11, 2012

Robert groves census

  • WASHINGTON -- The head of the U.S. Census Bureau hammered the House of Representatives on Friday for passing a bill that he said devastates the nations ability to measure its economy and understand its people.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Robert M. Groves, who will step down as director of the U.S. Census Bureau to become the provost of Georgetown University, has long dealt with data.
  • (The Chronicle of Higher Education)
  • In an effort to be responsive to these questions, we're providing a blog by Census Director Robert Groves, and two news articles (from Business Week and the Washington Times) which provide balanced coverage of the congressional action.
  • (News Room America)
  • Debating Strengths and Weaknesses, will be Dr. Robert Groves, head of the U.S. Census Bureau and former president of AAPOR; Prof. Nancy Mathiowetz of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, also former president of AAPOR; Stanford Prof.
  • (Business Wire)
  • That's what U.S. Census Bureau Director, Robert Groves, recently told the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform in Congress. For more than a decade, the Bureau has been concerned about the possibility that personal data could be hacked.
  • (89.3 KPCC)
  • The theme for the conference was Fair Play? LGBT People, Civic Participation Political Process. U.S. Census Director Robert Groves was the keynote speaker.
  • (Windy City Times)

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