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The U.S. Census Monitoring Board, established by Congress in 1997, is a bipartisan board charged with monitoring Census 2000 operations and with reporting its findings to Congress. The Board is composed of eight Members: four appointed by the President, two appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives, and two appointed by the Majority Leader of the United States Senate. The Board began its work in 1998 and issued reports to Congress in February, April and October of 1999, March and April of 2000, and in April 2001. The Final Report was submitted on September 26, 2001.

 Final Report to Congress: September 26, 2001

Press Release:
Assessment Includes Recommendations Based on Lessons From 2000 Count

The Final Report Downloads:
The following report represents over three years of dedicated service to the cause of an accurate Census 2000. It embodies not only our legacy, but also our belief that the census, as a foundation of democracy, should count every single individual in our great nation. It is also our hope that this final report will serve as a useful roadmap for Census 2010.

 PricewaterhouseCoopers Report: August 6, 2001

PricewaterhouseCoopers Projects $4.1 Billion Federal Funding Loss in 31 States, $3.6 Billion for 58 Counties

 Report Downloads | Press Release |  Español

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Undercount Chart Quicklinks:

• State Estimated 2000 Census Undercount

• Selected County Estimated 2000 Census Undercount

• Estimated Effect of 2000 Census Undercount On Federal Funding for the State

• Estimated Effect of 2000 Census Undercount On Federal Funding By Selected County

Chairman Gilbert F. Casillas
Co-Chairman Gilbert F. Casellas

 Gilbert F. Casellas
 Lorraine A. Green
 Everett M. Ehrlich
 Cruz M. Bustamante

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 Census Bureau
 Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney

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U.S. Census Monitoring Board
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