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Monday, January 18, 2021

National Briefing | Washington: Census Workers to Be Fingerprinted

The Census Bureau said that it would fingerprint and conduct background checks on more than a half million temporary workers who will go door to door for the 2010 count, at a cost that could exceed $300 million. The bureau’s director, Steven H. Murdock, told a Congressional committee that the measures were necessary to ensure that the federal government did not send criminals into homes.
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The Census Bureau said that it would fingerprint and conduct background checks on more than a half million temporary workers who will go door to door for the 2010 count, at a cost that could exceed $300 million. The bureau’s director, Steven H. Murdock, told a Congressional committee that the measures were necessary to ensure that the federal government did not send criminals into homes. The bureau received a waiver for the 2000 census from the federal requirement to fingerprint government employees.

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