Overview of the revised Handbook Expert Group Meeting

Overview of the revised Handbook Expert Group Meeting

Overview of the revised Handbook Expert Group Meeting on the Revision of the Handbook on the Management of Population and Housing Censuses New York, 14 17 December 2015 Background The current version issued in 2001 Based on Principles and Recommendations for Population and Housing Censuses from 1998 In general terms, still relevant New overall management practices

New principles and recommendations Contemporary technology 2010 census round experiences Census methods advancements Expert Group Meeting on the Revision of the Handbook on the Management of Population and Housing Censuses New York, 14 17 December 2015 Guiding framework Revised set of Principles and Recommendations for Population and Housing censuses, Revision 3 adopted by the United Nations Statistical Commission in March 2015

Generic Statistical Business Process Model, Version 5.0, from December 2013 National Quality Assurance Framework, adopted by the United Nations Statistical Commission in 2012 Expert Group Meeting on the Revision of the Handbook on the Management of Population and Housing Censuses New York, 14 17 December 2015 Comparison Revision 1

Overall census management Preparatory tasks Field operations Data processing Census products Evaluation Revision 2

Population and housing census essential characteristics Planning, organization and administration Pre-enumeration operations Field enumeration Data processing Census products, dissemination and utilization Evaluation Documentation and archiving Expert Group Meeting on the Revision of the Handbook on the Management of Population and Housing Censuses

New York, 14 17 December 2015 Chapter I Essential characteristics Definitions and essential features Relevance to users needs Uses of census data Strategic objectives Compliance with international statistical standards Newly introduced chapter direct correspondence with Principles and Recommendations Expert Group Meeting on the Revision of the Handbook on the Management of Population and Housing Censuses New York, 14 17 December 2015

Chapter II Planning, organization and administration

Overall census planning Stakeholder identification Developing project plans Plans for enumeration Administrative organization and managerial structure Census legislation Census calendar User consultation Communication and publicity Enhanced and Financial management restructured chapter Procurement emphasis on the need Contracting out for timely and Use of technology wholesome planning

Documentation system Quality assurance Use of sampling Expert Group Meeting on the Revision of the Handbook on the Management of Population and Housing Censuses New York, 14 17 December 2015 Chapter III Pre-enumeration operations Mapping Questionnaire content and design Testing and evaluating census questions and procedures Instruction manual preparation Recruitment and payment Field staff training Logistics for census materials Distribution and return of materials

Expert Group Meeting on the Revision of the Handbook on the Management of Population and Housing Censuses New York, 14 17 December 2015 Chapter IV Field enumeration Enumeration Monitoring and management of field enumeration Quality assurance for field enumeration Type of technology for field enumeration Expert Group Meeting on the Revision of the Handbook on the Management of Population and Housing Censuses New York, 14 17 December 2015 Chapter V Data processing Processing strategies Location of processing centers Establishing the workforce structure and recruiting staff

Processing operations Technology issues Quality assurance for data processing Expert Group Meeting on the Revision of the Handbook on the Management of Population and Housing Censuses New York, 14 17 December 2015 Chapter VI Census products, dissemination and utilisation Dissemination strategy User consultation process Broad product strategy Product development Product dissemination and promotion for utilization Expert Group Meeting on the Revision of the Handbook on the Management of Population and Housing Censuses New York, 14 17 December 2015

Chapter VII - Evaluation Planning and implementation Basic measurement and overall quality Methods of evaluation Communicating data quality issues Expert Group Meeting on the Revision of the Handbook on the Management of Population and Housing Censuses New York, 14 17 December 2015 Chapter VIII Documentation and archiving Type of documentation Archiving individual census records Newly introduced Expert Group Meeting on the Revision of the Handbook on the Management of Population and Housing

Censuses New York, 14 17 December 2015 Proposed method of work for the EGM General comments and discussion Review of the draft sub-section by sub-section (and paragraph by paragraph as necessary) Taking full note of all the comments and suggestions Placing national examples and experiences throughout the text Finalizing the draft (UNSD) and incorporating all national inputs Circulating the final draft to the EG for final comments and suggestions Finalizing the Handbook (UNSD) Expert Group Meeting on the Revision of the Handbook on the Management of Population and Housing Censuses New York, 14 17 December 2015

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