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|Census 2000 Gateway | Glossary|
Special Tabulations Program
The Census Bureau’s Census 2000 Special Tabulations Program provides data users with the option to have custom tabulations created from decennial census data on a cost-reimbursable basis. This program was created to fulfill the needs of data users that are not met by standard data products, such as summary files or public use microdata sample files. Special tabulations were produced following the 1960, 1970, 1980, and 1990 censuses to meet these specialized user needs. Special tabulations vary in size, complexity, and cost, depending on the needs of the sponsoring client.
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Requesting a Special Tabulation
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Note: We are now accepting requests for special tabulations based on the 2010 Census data.