- The Vietnamese Population in the United States: 2010. This report compiles the most up-to-date Census 2010 data to provide a comprehensive portrait of Vietnamese American population in the United States, including the 50 states and the District of Columbia, and discusses its distribution and some selected social and economic characteristics at the national level, including some selected Asian groups.
- 2010 Vietnamese-American Community Needs Assessment: Report on Findings June 2011: Originally an internal study of BPSOS compiling available research data and a survey of close to 500 BPSOS clients served through various BPSOS branches, this report is made public to assist community development research.
- A Pre-Report: Survey on Vietnamese American Businesses in Southwest Houston. Prepared by Professor Long Le at C.T. Bauer College of Business, University of Houston, the Vietnamese American Businesses Survey provides the needed data on the history, growth, and economic presence of Vietnamese American businesses and entrepreneurship in Southwest Houston. The findings from this survey would provide researchers and civic leaders the information needed to understand the needs and interests of Vietnamese American business community in the Houston area.
- Winning the Future: Roadmap for Asian American and Pacific Islanders Community: the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (Initiative) engaged 23 Federal departments and agencies to focus on the unmet needs of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs). Their efforts culminated in Agency Plans designed to meet the needs of the AAPI community while leveraging the dynamic community assets that work to meet those needs.
- “Diversity and Change: Asian American and Pacific Islander Workers 2011”: Prepared by the Center for Economic and Policy Research and the Center for Labor Research and Education at UCLA, this report reviews over 50 years of government data to provide essential information on the Asian Pacific Islander workforce that is useful for labor and community organizations, scholars and students, and policy makers and government leaders.