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OMB 0607-0809

(5-2016)

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE


Economics and Statistics Administration
U.S. CENSUS BUREAU

Test for Calling Managers of Multi-Unit Structures

The Census Bureau is conducting a Test for Calling Managers of Multi-Unit Structures in from
February through May 2016. The purpose of this test is to research cost effective alternatives to
in-person visits by a Census Bureau Enumerator to collect addresses information prior to the
2020 Census.
The test involves census staff calling managers of multi-unit structures and mobile home parks to
collect address and individual unit designators. Participation is voluntary and it will only take a
few minutes to answer these questions.

Your Answers Are Confidential


Your answers are confidential and protected by law. All U.S. Census Bureau employees have
taken an oath and are subject to a jail term, a fine, or both if they disclose ANY information that
could identify you or your household. Your answers will only be used for statistical purposes,
and no other purpose. As allowed by law, your census data become public after 72 years. This
information can be used for family history and other types of historical research.

These federal laws are found in the United States Code, Title 13, (Sections 9, 141, 193, 214, and
221) and Title 44, (Section 2108). Please visit our Web site at www.census.gov/privacy/> for
additional information.

Thank you for your cooperation. The Census Bureau appreciates your help.

Respondents are not required to respond to any information collection unless it displays a valid
approval number from the office of Management of Budget.

The approval number for the collection of address information as part of the Test for Calling
Managers of Multi-Unit Structures is OMB 0607-0809. Send any comments concerning this
collection to Paperwork Reduction Project 0607-0809, U.S. Census Bureau, AMSD 3K138, 4600
Silver Hill Road, Washington, DC 20233. Or email your comments to <paperwork@census.gov.;
use Paperwork Project 0607-0809 as the subject.