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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 2019

Release Number CB19-129
Component ID: #ti597118428

MEDIA ADVISORY

Component ID: #ti737508435

What:

The U.S. Census Bureau has scheduled a webinar to explain and answer questions related to Current Population Survey Annual Social and Economic Supplement (CPS ASEC) data processing changes.

In 2014, the CPS ASEC included redesigned questions for income and health insurance coverage, followed by changes in 2015 to allow spouses and unmarried partners to specifically identify as opposite or same-sex. While data from the updated collection methods were released on schedule, data processing changes to take full advantage of this new content are now complete. Processing changes and implications will be discussed in this webinar.

Component ID: #ti14738792

When:

Wednesday, Sept. 4, at 10 a.m. EDT

Component ID: #ti2045766568

Who:

Sharon Stern, assistant division chief, Employment Characteristics, Social, Economic and Housing Statistics Division, U.S. Census Bureau

Trudi Renwick, assistant division chief, Economic Characteristics, Social, Economic and Housing Statistics Division, U.S. Census Bureau

Component ID: #ti2007502247

Access:

The webinar will consist of a simultaneous audio conference and online presentation. Attendees will be able to ask questions following the presentation. 

Audio conference access information

Toll-free number: 800-369-1957
Participant passcode: 6924580

Online presentation access information
Please log in 10-15 minutes early, as some setup is required. An updated browser is recommended.

URL: https://censusevent.webex.com/censusevent/onstage/g.php?MTID=ebb213c8eaaf6d8f6c237bbd748e5f30c

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Contact


Julie Iriondo
Public Information Office
301-763-3030
pio@census.gov

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