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FDCA Symposium Breakout Session Leah Arnold FDCA Core Team February 28, 2005. Data Collection Software Applications. 2010 Data Collection Software Applications. Scope Requirements Challenges 2004/2006 Software Applications Questions & Answers. Field Data Collection Automation Scope.

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FDCA Symposium

Breakout Session

Leah Arnold

FDCA Core Team

February 28, 2005

Data Collection Software Applications


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2010 Data Collection Software Applications

  • Scope

  • Requirements

  • Challenges

  • 2004/2006 Software Applications

  • Questions & Answers


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Field Data Collection Automation Scope

  • FDCA program consists of automation resources, applications, and infrastructure necessary to support field data collection operations in the 2010 Census including:

    • Office automation at RCCs and LCOs;

    • A secure mobile computing environment for about 500,000 field workers;

    • Communications services linking together field workers, office staff, and Census headquarters;

    • Interfaces to other census systems.


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Field Data Collection Automation

  • Census, Quality Control/Reinterview & Coverage Measurement Operations

  • Data Collection, Administrative & Training Applications

  • Paper & Electronic Collection Methods

  • Housing Unit & Other Living Quarters

  • Urban, Rural and Remote Areas

  • Field Office & Field Worker Applications

  • Physical & System Security

  • FDCA Deliverables, FDCA Interfaces and Government Provided


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Data Collection Software Applications Scope

  • FDCA Deliverables are applications that you design, develop and support.

  • FDCA Interfaces require that you design, develop and support interfaces between FDCA deliverables or between government provided applications and FDCA deliverables.

  • Government Provided Systems require that you make them available to the required users.


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FDCA Deliverables

Field Office Operations Control System

Government Provided Systems/Data

- The government provides software applications and FDCA provides the hardware on which to run the applications.

- Input from government provided systems is required by FDCA deliverables.

- Output from FDCA deliverables is required by government provided systems.

FDCA Deliverables

Field Worker Assignment Management Control System

Field Worker Automated Questionnaire

Electronic maps incorporating “You are here” functionality for navigation

Map and List Update Software

Time & Attendance Application

“WITH INTEGRATION AMONG & BETWEEN ENVIRONMENTS!!!”

Standard Operating EnvironmentField Office Field Worker


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Government’s Expectationsby contracting with Industry…

  • “the Challenge”

  • When automating the field worker environment, the complexity associated with automation must not be realized by about 500,000 temporary field workers.

  • When automating the office environment, the complexity associated with automation must not be realized by about 30,000 office workers.


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2004/2006 Software Applications

  • 2004 Operations Control System (OCS) Functionality Overview– Lucy Baird, Team Leader for the Planning and Implementation Team, TMO

  • 2004 Handheld Software: Assignment Management & Short Form– Jean Sebold, Team Leader for the Decennial Development Team, TMO

  • 2006 Listing & Mapping Software Overview– Beverly Davis, Project Manager, Geography Division; Kevin Donnalley, GPS Task Manager, Geography Division

  • These presentations represent the BOC approach and do not dictate a particular design or implementation approach for 2010.


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