every 10 years
Why does the goverment have a census?
conducts the census
On April 1, 2000. The US Census is done ever 10 years. The next census will be done April 1, 2010
The census is a questionnaire which is sent to every person living in a country. It is sent out every 10 years and in the US is required by the constitution.
Department of Commerce is responsible for the census process. "Other essential operations conducted by the Commerce Department include the constitutionally mandated decennial census..." For more information visit http://www.commerce.gov/about-department-commerce
In the United States, the census is organized and conducted by the US Census Bureau, which is part of the Department of Commerce. Most of the census workers are temporary employees hired through local field offices.
The first census was conducted in 1957 in Kuwait
A number of countries conducted a census in 1901. Ireland conducted a census as did the United Kingdom. Most countries conduct a census every 10 years.
The first US Census was conducted in 1790 and every ten years thereafter.
census is conducted after every 10 years
There never has been a worldwide census. The census in the US that was conducted in 2010 was a census of people living in the US and its possessions.
(in the US) A complete and nationwide census is conducted every ten years.
Every 10 yrs
The first census conducted by Augustus Caesar in Rome indicated there were approximately 350,000 males. Apparently females were not counted in this particular census.
The United States Census Bureau conducts the annual census, as well as other censuses, surveys and data gathering about the American people and economy. It is part of the Department of Commerce.