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Census Bureau Seeks Input for Survey

The Census Bureau is asking for the public’s help in writing the questions that will be asked as part of its survey in the year 2000.

Businesses, community groups, local government agencies and members of the public who regularly make use of census data may offer their suggestions by participating in a survey during the next three months.

Anyone wishing to add their comments to the study--officially titled the “Survey of Census Needs of Non-Federal Data Users"--may do so by requesting a form from Gloria Porter or Doug Lee at the Bureau of the Census, Room 3555/3, Washington, D.C. 20233-2000.

Requests also may be made over the telephone (301-457-4030) or by fax (301-457-3768) or by e-mail (dlee@info.census.gov).

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