Where Does All the Data the Census Bureau Collects Go?

Wednesday, October 10, 2018 - 16:30

What began as a U.S. Army supply depot in the late 1800s now is the main clearinghouse for almost all of the hundreds of surveys the U.S. Census Bureau conducts on the various aspects of the nation’s people and its economy. For 60 years, the National Processing Center in Jeffersonville, Ind., has been the primary location for Census Bureau mail processing, data capture, imaging, scanning and much more. But before the center became part of the Census Bureau, the Jeffersonville campus had a long and storied history.


Learn more about the Census Bureau and where its data goes here.