The 2010 Census LUCA Program has officially ended as of 31 March 2010. At this time, you must destroy or return to the Census Bureau all Title 13, U.S.C. confidential address lists and all copies.
The designated liaison is required to verify the return or destruction of any remaining Title 13 materials, both paper and computer-readable (i.e. paper copies, backup files, etc.) by signing and returning to the Census Bureau the Return or Destruction of Title 13, U.S.C. Materials form [PDF].
All LUCA program reviewers and anyone with access to Title 13 materials (includes all persons who signed the Confidentiality Agreement Form) are required to sign and date this form once the appeals process has concluded. Should any liaison, reviewer, or anyone with access to Title 13 materials leave before the completion of the LUCA program, they are required to sign out of the program by signing and dating this form. If any liaison or reviewer leaves and fails to sign and date this form, the current liaison can sign out on their behalf.
You must follow the Census Bureau’s specific guidelines for destroying and returning Title 13 materials as described on the Procedures for Destroying or Returning Title 13 Materials page or in the Confidentiality and Security Guidelines [DOC] [TXT].