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The Denver Regional Office is responsible for all data collection, data dissemination, and geographic operations under the current  service area boundaries.

The Dallas and Kansas City Regional Offices closed late 2012 and transferred responsibility for specific states to the Denver Region. The boundary change also includes the transfer of Nevada to the Los Angeles Region.

States within the Denver Region's service area include Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming.

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Regional offices play a critical role in getting the U.S. Census Bureau's message out to the community. In support of the censuses and surveys, the regional offices' staff serve as contacts for local media, meet with local organizations to improve participation in censuses and surveys, and host workshops to teach the public about the use and value of the Census Bureau's data.

Between 1961 and 2012, the Census Bureau had 12 permanent regional offices located in Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Kansas City, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia and Seattle. Offices had an average of 50 permanent, full-time employees and a decentralized staff of approximately 500 field representatives who collected data required for the Census Bureau's surveys.

In June 2011, the Census Bureau announced it would reorganize its regional office structure to reduce costs and improve the quality of its surveys. As of January 1, 2013, the agency closed six of its regional offices. The remaining offices are located in Los Angeles, Denver, Chicago, Atlanta, Philadelphia, and New York.

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We remain committed to exceeding the high standards required by the Census Bureau to deliver excellent customer service.

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