New York Secretary of State Rossana Rosado and Rockefeller Institute President Jim Malatras will lead Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s panel on the coming 2020 U.S. Census, his office on Monday announced.

The panel, known as the New York State Complete Count Commission, will also include Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, Deputy Commissioner of Faith-Based Community Development Karim Camara, New York City Office of Immigrant Affairs Commission Bitta Mostofi, Labor Commissioner Roberta Reardon, New York City Planning Department Chief Demographic Officer Joseph Salvo and Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren.

The Census is especially fraught as President Donald Trump’s administration seeks to include a box on whether a person is an undocumented immigrant, potentially leading to an undercount in areas like New York.

“While the federal government shamefully tries to use the census as a tool to attack immigrants and wage war on blue states, in New York we are committed to a robust, comprehensive effort to ensure that every New Yorker is counted and that we receive our fair share of representation and federal funding,” Cuomo said. “I’m proud that this highly qualified Commission will work with traditionally underrepresented groups and local governments across the state to ensure a full count.”

The commission is expected to analyze prior Census data and areas in which there were undercounts.