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  1. 2011 Census Output Consultation Event Introduction

  2. Update on current position Census outputs Key aims Current position Today’s presentations Introduction

  3. Questionnaire development New Qs on population characteristics: National identity Citizenship Language New Qs on population base: Entry to UK & intention to stay Reason for 2nd residency Visitors Usual residence (3-12 months, 12+months) Update

  4. Taking place in Lancaster Newham Isle of Anglesey Birmingham 155,326 Households Update- Census rehearsal

  5. Total Returns by Completion Method(up to 14 October)

  6. Paper responses Approx 30,000 (@14th Oct) Internet data capture Approx 2500 Submissions (@14th Oct) Contact centre 1088 calls of which 605 went to an advisor 19 type talk 16 language helpline 181 calls to the Welsh helpline 32 calls in Welsh Update - Census rehearsal some early numbers

  7. Recruitment & training 3 Area Managers - all in post 16 Co-ordinators - all in post Distributors/Special Enumerators /Collectors on target Field operations Delivery Hand delivery - Completed 4th October Post Out -Completed 3rd October Special Enumeration Delivery completed Follow-up Early collectors started 5th October Main follow-up started yesterday Update - Census rehearsal some early numbers

  8. Census Order Submission to ministers Oct 2009 Debated in both Houses Approval by privy council December 2009 Update

  9. Key aims New dissemination keeping pace with innovation (API/Flexible tables/visualisation) Greater comparability with 2001 stable OA geography UK harmonised outputs Common SDC methodology Many more improvements which will be covered in…. Census output plans

  10. Output strategy Funding mechanism Dissemination plans Disclosure control Output geography Output content Future consultation Today’s presentations

  11. 2011 E&W Outputs Strategy Peter Benton

  12. ONS 2011 Census Outputs Presentation Overview • Aims and Vision • Challenges • Addressing the challenges • Where we are now • Next steps

  13. ONS 2011 Census Outputs AIMS • To ensure greatest possible value via widest possible use of census outcomes. • Right Content • Right functionality • Awareness • Ensuring user confidence • Ensuring value for money

  14. Vision • Web as the primary dissemination route • Flexibility for end users to create own products • Utilities to enable bulk download of data via the web • Data explorer functionality provided jointly with external partners • 2001 comparisons which exploit the now stable geography • Increased set of products ensuring maximum analytical use • CD/DVD products to supplement on-line delivery • Microdata products provided via secure mechanisms • UK Wide Approach with common disclosure control

  15. Products Standard pre-canned tables Flexible tables - User defined via hypercubes

  16. “2D” Table

  17. “3D” Table / Cube

  18. Vision Illustrated - Web Web Interfaces provided by ONS, Partners & Others Single Query Management Interface (API) ONS Data

  19. Vision Illustrated – Analytical Uses Expanded to cover linkage with other ONS, GSS and Admin data sources Census as a Sample Frame and for QA of other survey sources Expanded for 2011 Linkage with LS Focus on …. reports Funding Dependant Funding Dependant

  20. Key Challenges Agreeing technology & extent of partnership working What will ONS provide? What will partners provide? Metadata collection and delivery Ensuring solution integrated with data dissemination Number of exact fit Geographies Alignment of disclosure issues with user requirements 2001 to 2011 Comparisons Establishing what is comparable Disclosure control What constitutes a ‘safe’ hypercube space Degree of DC for each level of geog hierarchy Agreeing table / hypercube content What products in what form Microdata provision Products and delivery Mechanisms

  21. Other challenges Analytical Uses What are the opportunities How best to exploit these Back-end tabulation tools Statistical software tools procurement Funding Mechanisms HMT bid Partnership working Distribution QA of tables Output Timetable Realistic Reduce risk of need for revisions

  22. Addressing the Challenges Commencing User Consultation October 2009 Prototyping technical Web Dissemination tools Processing, Storage, API And evaluation of metadata solutions Partnership working is integral Assessment of 2001 to 2011 definitional differences Continual alignment of: output content requirements technical solutions disclosure control policy licensed / safe setting outputs microdata content

  23. Where we are Prototype API built Further enhancement for Spring 2010 Engagement with partners for ‘front end’ functionality Exploring integrated Metadata solutions Formulating microdata strategy with dissemination options. Engaging User communities Continual Disclosure Control research Driving forward analytical uses research and planning

  24. 2013 2014 2012 2008 2009 2010 2011 Output Strategy – key milestones Dissemination systems built, populated with 2001 data User content consultation concludes Prototype dissemination system Processing & Quality Assurance Outputs Census Day 27.03.2011 Outputs strategy signed off Front-end functionality refinement funding proposals drafted

  25. Next Steps • Continue technical delivery • Demonstrate Prototype & agree partnership proposals Spring 2010 • Beta Release of data/metadata systems in Summer/Autumn 2010 • Populate 2011 System with some 2001 data December 2010 • User Consultation Round • Launch Content Consultation round October 2009 • Publish Proposed 2011 Outputs Product set in June 2010 • Disclosure Control • UKSDC approach agreed September 2009 • Complete alignment of Disclosure Control/Technical constraints and User requirements April 2010 • Publish detailed SDC methodology in relation to content and functionality requirements June 2010 • Finalize proposals for • Funding Mechanisms • Microdata delivery • Analytical Uses • 2001/2011 Comparisons • Meeting EU Regulations

  26. 2011 Outputs - Funding Mechanisms Peter Benton

  27. Funding Mechanisms • 2001 Model • 2011 Approach • Addressing the challenges • Where we are now • Next steps

  28. 2001 Model • Up-front Funding • Central funding • Census Access ‘Invest to Save’ Funding - £2.1m • 5 Census Access Partners - £700k • 1 Microdata Partner • Value Added Suppliers –‘Geodemographics’ • Extended Functionality via partners (CASWEB, SASPAC) • Charging • No charge for Web or electronic deliveries • Customised Products and Microdata Charged

  29. 2011 Model • Funding • Central funding – level for 2012/2013 onward tbc • Engagement with Partners to explore joint funding mechanisms • Extended front end functionality. • Value Added Suppliers –‘Geodemographics’ • Charging - Intentions • Standard Outputs to be free at point of delivery • Distribution Licenses Charged • Customised Products Charged • Dependency on central funding for 2012/13 onwards

  30. Partnership working • Engage with potential partners to explore joint funding mechanisms • Establish partnerships for delivery of front end functionality • What does ONS Deliver ? • What do Partners Deliver ? • Best value for money to meet user needs. • Others – non partner development made possible by API.

  31. Partnership workingFront End Functionality Web Interfaces provided by ONS, Partners & Others Single Query Management Interface (API) ONS Data

  32. Value Added ResellersGeodemographics Complement the Census Product Set Important Channel for feedback on this sectors requirements Currently engage with 6 VARs Seek to continue existing arrangements Consider further opportunities

  33. Customized Products Customized products via Census Customer Services will be provided – extent dependant on technical solution A charge to recover staff and material cost will be levied Consortia commissions and cost sharing encouraged

  34. Timetable Partnership discussions Oct – Dec 09 Firm Partnership Proposals including indicative roles/amounts Feb 2010 Final HMT Funding Decision Summer 10? FUNDING SETTLEMENT – How you can help !!

  35. census.customerservices@ons.gsi.gov.uk

  36. Thank you