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Secure Digital Data Collection In Household Surveys

Show simple item record Hattas, Mahier Eloff, M.M. 2012-11-08T11:56:53Z 2012-11-08T11:56:53Z 2011-09-13
dc.identifier.citation Hattas M.M., Eloff M.M., Secure Digital Data Collection In Household Surveys, in proceedings of 10th IEEE Region 8 AFRICON 2011 Conference, ISBN 978-1-61284-991-1, 13 Sept- 15 Sept 2011, Zambezi Sun Hotel, Zambia en
dc.identifier.isbn 978-1-61284-991-1
dc.description.abstract Digital Data Collection in South Africa is continuously evolving as technology and infrastructural networks gain momentum with respect to its development. In-field data collection is critical for any national government department who is mandated to supply the country and the international community with official data. The paper aims to illustrate the methods used by Statistics South Africa (StatsSA) in collecting household data using a digital collection process. The Quarterly Labour Force Survey (QLFS) and Dwelling Frame Project’s are the primary focus areas of implementation. The paper further focuses on the background to the technology, its usage, problems encountered, lessons learnt, software/ questionnaire development, and more importantly the security issues around the collection of the data. en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.subject Digital Data Collection en
dc.subject Household Surveys en
dc.subject Data Confidentiality and Security en
dc.subject StatsSA en
dc.subject Statistics South Africa en
dc.title Secure Digital Data Collection In Household Surveys en
dc.type Article en

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