The Center for Applied Urban Research found 1982-1983 to be a busy year. Past users of CUAR services continued to seek assistance in the areas of applied research, service/technical assistance, and training. CUAR's clientele was expanded to include a number of new communities, state and local government agencies, and non-profit organizations. Communities such as Scottsbluff, Grand Island, and Hooper, Nebraska were provided technical assistance. CUAR conducted two major studies for the City of Omaha. Assistance was provided for state agencies such as the Department of Economic Development, the Department of Public Welfare, the Nebraska Equal Opportunity Commission, and the Nebraska Arts Council. A number of projects were undertaken for non-profit groups such as the Omaha Economic Development Corporation, the Sarpy County Development Corporation, Calvin Ed-U-Care, Inc., Omaha Hospice, and the YMCA. CUAR provided census data and related services to nearly 75 different clients during this past year.
(CPAR), Center for Public Affairs Research, "CAUR Annual Report: 1982-83" (1983). Publications. 180.