Stalked by Census

Rutzick, Karen
June 2007
Government Executive;Jun2007, Vol. 39 Issue 9, p63
Trade Publication
The article presents the author's views on U.S. federal employees engaged in social surveys interfering with citizens' privacy. He says, he understands that the Survey of Income and Program Participation is important, as the government uses the data to make decisions. He says that citizens can cooperate with government employees in answering to their questions, as giving them a little time on telephone will not make much of a difference to them.


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