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    The U.S. Census Bureau is seeking a highly-motivated and capable executive to serve as the Chief, American Community Survey Office (ACSO).

    This position is a Senior Executive Service (SES) career-reserved position. Positions in the SES are not graded. SES pay is commensurate with qualifications. SES employees are eligible for bonuses and awards based on performance. Veteran's preference is not applicable to SES.  

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    As the Chief, American Community Survey Office, you will:

    • Oversee the planning, development, and implementation of the American Community Survey (ACS); serve as sponsor of other Divisions' ACS-related projects and be responsible for activities integrating all aspects of the ACS from data collection to data dissemination, and for its impact on various other Bureau programs.
    • Coordinate with Geography, Decennial Management, and Decennial Statistical Studies Divisions on the timing for completing the Master Address File (MAF), the methods for assuring the statistical completeness of the MAF, and the plans for updating the MAF based on changes or corrections identified during the ACS interviews.
    • Create budget initiatives, appeals, and other materials related to obtaining appropriations for the ACS program.
    • Establish Division policies and programs, particularly from the point of view of new and original systems and controls in the most efficient and economical manner to carry out the Division's responsibilities. Direct the development of new and experimental techniques for use in the ACS; recommend and analyze recommendations for alternative systems to accomplish ACS objectives.
    • Establish and maintain contacts and exchanges of knowledge and information with counterparts in other countries, other government agencies, and in the private sector.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Travel may be required to attend or present at meetings and conferences on topics relevant to the U.S. Census Bureau's mission.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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