The U.S. Census Bureau ― along with Lockheed Martin, the lead contractor ― will open a 2010 Census call center in Sandy, Utah, bringing about 1,500 new jobs to the Salt Lake City area. The call center is one of 11 national facilities to serve as a 2010 Census information resource/hotline for U.S. residents.
This will be the only opportunity to tour/photograph the facility. Media access will be restricted after the Jan. 13 grand opening event because of Title 13 confidentiality laws.
Wednesday, Jan. 13, 11 a.m. (MST). Registration begins at 10 a.m.
Tom Mesenbourg, deputy director, U.S. Census Bureau
Darrell Graddy, vice president, Lockheed Martin Information Systems and
Shelley Mills-Brinkley, practice area leader, Customer Relationship
Management Global Business Services, IBM
Craig Janus, senior vice president, Civilian, Defense, and National Security
Division, Vangent Inc.
U.S. congressional, federal, state and local delegations have been invited.
8475 Sandy Parkway
Sandy, UT 84070
Call Center directions:
I-15 to 9000 South, exit 295
Turn right (West) at 9000 South/UT-209 W
Take the first right (North) onto Sandy Parkway (450 West)
Call Center will be on the right, about ½ mile.
Attendants will direct traffic to the parking area. Please register inside.