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The Public Administration Select Committee (PASC) hears evidence from the Office for National Statistics, the body responsible for conducting the Census, and Lockheed Martin UK Ltd, the company developing Census IT systems at 10am.
The witnesses are:
The 2011 Census will be the twenty-first census to be carried out in England and Wales. The Census, once every 10 years, counts every household in the UK and provides information on population numbers and household characteristics to government, local authorities, public services, researchers and the commercial world. The Census budget is £482 million.
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