The Intergovernmental Affairs Office (IAO) works with Tribal, state, county, and local governments both directly and through the national and regional organizations that advocate on their behalf, to share information about U.S. Census programs and products The IAO encourages supportive policy development by intergovernmental and tribal associations, serving as a conduit by which these associations and governments communicate their concerns to the Census Bureau.
Intergovernmental Affairs: Tribal Affairs
The Tribal Resource (AIAN) website highlights the Census Bureau's relationship with tribal governments and provides important AIAN and tribal resources.
State and local officials are vital partners in promoting public awareness about the 2020 Census. We have assembled this toolkit to help you motivate your constituents to respond to the 2020 Census and aid your responses to their questions.
Your collaboration with our headquarters and field-based staff will be critical in urging everyone, especially those in hard-to-count households, to respond to the census. Through our communications and advertising program, national and local partners, and community-based organizations, we are committed to counting every constituent in your district and/or state including:
State & Local Government Snapshot
Explore aggregated data on Revenues, Expenditures and Employment of State and Local Governments.
My Tribal Area
Access selected statistics collected for the American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) population from the American Community Survey (ACS).
My Congressional District
Access selected statistics about your Congressional district collected through the American Community Survey (ACS) and County Business Patterns (CBP).
Explore Census Data
This new platform on data.census.gov is based on overwhelming feedback to streamline the way you get data and digital content from Census Bureau.
Census Advisory Committees (CAC)
The mission of the Census Advisory Committee (CAC) Office is to manage, administer, and direct the activities of the Census Bureau’s advisory committee program.
State Data Center (SDC) Program
The State Data Center (SDC) Program was created to make data available locally to the public.
Watch this video to learn more about the Census of Governments and the importance of state and local government participation:
Staff from the Intergovernmental Affairs Office will conduct program and product briefings at the request of offices. For Specific briefing information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (301) 763-6100. We look forward to hearing from you.
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