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Our researchers produce innovations that keep our economic and social statistics efficient and relevant. Census researchers engage in challenging and rewarding work in a wide variety of fields. Researchers present their findings in working papers, publications, and reports, and in contributions at professional meetings.


 
Thomas Petkunas 
Informaiton Technology Specialist 
Center for Statistical Research and Methodology 

Contact Information

  • 301-763-3216  
  • thomas.f.petkunas@census.gov  

Education

  • B.S., Applied Mathematics, Computer Science, University of Pittsburgh, 1983  

Professional Experience

  • Informaiton Technology Specialist, U.S. Census Bureau, 1989-Present  
  • Mathematical Statistician (P), U.S. Census Bureau, 1984-1989  

Selected Publications

  • Russell, Chad Eric, Thomas Petkunas, and M. Appel. 1995. "Experiences with Fax Data Reporting and Questionnaire Distribution." Proceedings of the Section of Survey Research Methods, Vol 1, American Statistical Methods.
  • Greenberg, Brian, Lisa Draper, and Thomas Petkunas. 1990. "On-line Capabilities in SPEER ( Structured Programs for Economic Editing and Referrals )." Statistics Canada Symposium 90.
  • Greenberg, Brian and Thomas Petkunas. 1990. "SPEER ( Structured Programs for Economic Editing and Referrals )." 1990 Annual Meetings of the American Statistical Association.



Approved on: March 12, 2020
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