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Another 2010 Census Contract To Investigate…

Monday, July 27th, 2009

It looks like someone managed to bring some pork home to Utah. Check out this report from the AP:

Census contractor to hire 1,200 in Utah

The Associated Press

Updated: 07/27/2009 09:41:40 AM MDT

Sandy » A government contractor has negotiated a lease on a Sandy office building where it plans to staff a call center for the next U.S. Census count.

Vangent Inc. says it will hire 1,200 workers starting in January at the former Discover Card building.

The Arlington, Va.-based company will operate a hot line for citizens with questions about the 2010 Census.

The operation also will make outbound calls to gather information for incomplete forms or to verify data.

On the Net:

Vangent Inc.: http://www.vangent.com