Census 2020

The New Mexico Indian Affairs Department was awarded funds to provide outreach activities that inform nations, tribes, pueblos and urban American Indians within New Mexico of the importance of self-responding to the 2020 Census questionnaire and avoiding an undercount.

What is a census and why is it important?
Census 2020 Infographics
Best Practices for Census post COVID-19

Apply for Funds

IAD would like to invite New Mexico nations, tribes, and pueblos to apply for funds appropriated State Legislature to support 2020 Census complete-count efforts.

Deadline to apply: October 14, 2019

Tribal Intergovernmental Grant Agreement - Template
Budget and Monthly Expenditure Report Fillable Forms

Submit complete package of tasks to: Drew Roybal-Chavez, Chief Financial Officer at Drew.Roybal-Chavez3@state.nm.us

For questions or technical assistance, contact: Keegan King, Policy, Legislative Affairs and Communications Bureau Chief at 505-690-2626 or Keegan.King@state.nm.us

IAD is a Proud Partner of the United States 2020 Census
Tribal Complete Count Committee (TCCC)
1st TCCC Webinar PowerPoint Presentation – September 20, 2019