2020 Hawaii Government Complete Count Committee
Hawaii’s Census efforts
Hawaii is committed to a complete and accurate count of all Hawaii residents during the 2020 Census. An accurate population count is of tremendous benefit to Hawaii. In addition to the reapportionment of congressional seats, census data will be used to distribute federal funds among the states and counties. Hawaii’s fair share of federal funds for programs essential to the health, education, and economic well-being of our residents depends on a complete count of everyone who lives in the state.
Over the next year, the Hawaii Government Complete Count Committee (HGCCC) will coordinate among state agencies, county governments, community leaders, and other Complete Count Committees to identify hard-to-count populations and areas and encourage full participation in Census 2020. Find other Complete Count Committees in Hawaii using this Census Bureau map.
With exactly one year before the Decennial Census, April 1, 2019 was proclaimed 2020 CENSUS DAY in Hawaii by Governor David Ige and Lieutenant Governor Josh Green. Governor Ige spoke to the Hawaii Government Complete Count committee about the importance of an accurate census count at the inaugural meeting. See photos from the meeting and read more here.
April 1, 2019
|Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism||Eugene Tian, Chairperson|
|Department of Accounting and General Services||Daeleen Liu|
|Department of Agriculture||Sharon Hurd|
|Department of the Attorney General||Julie Ebato|
|Department of Budget and Finance||Mark Anderson|
|Department of Business Development & Tourism||Wayne Thom|
|Department of Business Development & Tourism||Peter Nelson|
|Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs||William Nhieu|
|Department of Defense||Bruce Oliveira|
|Department of Education||Lani Solomona|
|Office of Hawaiian Affairs||Lisa Watkins-Victorino|
|Office of Hawaiian Affairs||Jim Patterson|
|Department of Hawaiian Home Lands||Cynthia Rezentes|
|Department of Health||Dr. Alvin Onaka|
|Department of Human Resources Development||Andrew Garrett|
|Department of Human Services||Ricky Higashide|
|Department of Human Services||Katherine Korenaga|
|Hawaii State Judiciary||Roland Lee|
|Department of Labor & Industrial Relations||Phyllis Dayao|
|Department of Land & Natural Resources||Alyson Yim|
|Department of Public Safety||Matthew Sutton|
|Department of Taxation||Deborah Kwan|
|Department of Transportation||Randall Landry|
|Judiciary Supreme Court||Roland Lee|
|Office of the Speaker of the House||Kim Bowman|
|Office of the Speaker of the House||Wesley Machida|
|University of Hawaii||Brent Suyama|
|University of Hawaii||Dan Meizenthal|
|Kapiolani Community College||Bob Franco|
|County of Hawaii||Jane Horike|
|City & County of Honolulu||Pamela Witty-Oakland|
|County of Kauai||Marie Williams|
|County of Maui||William Snipes|
Counting for Dollars 2020 for Hawaii Prepared by Andrew Reamer, the George Washington Institute of Public Policy, the George Washington University.
Sample 2020 Census Questionnaire A sample copy of the 2020 Census Questionnaire, which will be mailed to homes in March 2020.
Complete Count Committee Interactive Map A Census Bureau map of all 2020 Complete Count Committees across the nation, with contact information for each committee. Updated frequently.
Census 2020 FAQ Prepared by DBEDT, answers to commonly asked questions about the importance of the decennial census.
Why is the 2020 Census Important to DBEDT? How the Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism use census data.
Response Outreach Area Mapper: A Census Bureau application developed to make it easier to identify hard-to-survey areas.
Decennial Census Participation Rates Mapper: A Census Bureau map showing participation rates for the 2000 and 2010 censuses.