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The US Census Bureau

Contacting the Census Bureau

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Census 2000

Information: Census 2000 News and Information

Census Jobs

Information: Jobs@Census
Telephone: 301-763-4748

Business Statistics and Economic Census

Economic Census Information: 1997 Economic Census
Help with your Economic Census form: The 2002 Economic Census Help Site
North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) email:
Other business statistics email: Ask Dr. Census

Population and Housing Statistics

Information: Census Bureau Population Topics and Household Economic Topics
Email on population, including historical figures:
Questions and Answers on income, poverty, housing, labor force, occupations
Email on international statistics:

Genealogy Questions

Looking for ancestors? See the Genealogy FAQ

Help with our Products

Technical help with our CD-ROM software:
American FactFinder Questions & Answers
Help with our TIGER/Line and mapping products: TIGER Mail

Ordering Data Products

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Call Center: 301-763-INFO (4636)
E-sales: Product Catalog

Press Inquiries

Information: Services to the Media

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)

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General Comments

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Concerns, kudos, complaints

Mailing Address:

Via U.S Postal Service (USPS):

         Name of Recipient
         U.S. Census Bureau
         4700 Silver Hill Road
         Washington DC 20233-0001

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