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The Census Information Center (CIC) program is one of the Census Bureau’s most valued partnerships. The goal of the CIC Program is to provide local access, education and technical assistance on census data for planning and decision-making to underserved communities. This partnership includes 52 non-profit national and community-based organizations including: national non-governmental organizations, minority colleges and universities, minority chambers of commerce, civil rights and social justice organizations, organizations serving children, the aging and rural populations and a Tribal Government.

Search the site. Explore the world of the Census Information Centers. Peruse About CIC and read the history of the program and see what organizations comprise this data dissemination network under Member Network. Check out the Calendar of Events to see who is conducting events such as conferences and trainings, and guide yourself through the available Program Resources, which will help you better understand this partnership.


Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Customer Liaison and Marketing Services Office | Last Revised: May 22, 2014