The Census Bureau has issued an update to its website about the latest census numbers.
The bureau announced on Tuesday that it would release the latest data on November 15.
“The Bureau has updated its site for the Census Bureau to reflect the latest available data and provide users with new data sources,” the bureau said in a statement.
The release was prompted by a number of new demographic and geographic questions that were asked of the public.
“It is the Bureau’s goal to provide a timely and accurate snapshot of the nation’s population and demographics in an age of rapid change,” the release said.
“Our goal is to produce data for use by policymakers, policymakers, and the general public.”
The bureau’s site updates can be found on the Census’s home page.
The Bureau’s website also shows an update on November 13, 2016, and an update for November 21, 2016.
According to the bureau’s website, the bureau was originally going to release the Census Census Bureau’s 2016 data on October 30, 2016; however, the data was delayed until November 11.
The census was released on a Saturday, the first day of the school year.
The website also provides a link to a census application form, which allows people to submit their citizenship applications.
The form asks for the name, address, and date of birth of anyone who applies, which will allow the bureau to determine whether the person has a naturalized U.S. citizen.
In the application, the applicant can provide information on what is required to be included in the census, such as a passport number, social security number, or driver’s license number.
The application also asks the applicant for information about the census’s geographic location, which is to determine the census center.
The Census is a government body that conducts population surveys.
The federal government uses the census to conduct tax collection, public health, and health care administration, among other functions.