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Preliminary Recommendations for Disclosure Limitation for the 2000 Census: Improving the 1990 Confidentiality Edit Procedure

Richard A. Moore, Jr.
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Executive Summary

Population censuses are essential-to the well-being of any country. Data collected during these censuses are used to measure the rate and direction in which the country is progressing. The success of a census hinges on the ability of the statistical agency to obtain and disseminate accurate data. Yet agencies must guarantee respondents’ confidentiality. This often involves invoking certain disclosure limitation techniques.

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