In order to comply with the terms set forth in Data Use Agreements, Cornell Restricted Access Data Center (CRADC) must limit system and network access only to authorized users. This policy covers all stages in the life‐cycle of user access, including authorizing access, granting initial access, updating access as user roles change, and removing users who no longer require access. READ MORE
This policy is to establish secure standards for the sharing, transmission and distribution of restricted data. READ MORE
This policy establishes measures that must be taken to report and respond to a possible breach or compromise of restricted data, including the determination of the systems affected, whether any restricted data have in fact been compromised, what specific data were compromised and what actions are required for forensic investigation and legal compliance. READ MORE
In order to comply with the terms set forth in the Data Use Agreement, Cornell Restricted Access Data Center (CRADC) staff must certify to the Data Provider that the associated data have been destroyed and/or returned to the Data Provider at the termination of the agreement. This policy applies to all research data regardless of the storage medium (e.g., disk drive, electronic tape, CD, DVD, external drive, paper, fiche, etc.) and regardless of form (e.g., text, graphic, video, audio, etc.), physically housed within the Cornell Institute for Social and Economic Research (CISER) auspices. READ MORE
Policy Volume: DAResponsible Executive: CISER Senior Data LibrarianResponsible Office: Cornell Institute for Social and Economic ResearchOriginally issued: 2020-02-01 By downloading…
Led by Warren Brown from CISER and the Cornell Program on Applied Demographics, these videos will introduce you to the Local Area Unemployment Statistics READ MORE
Tuesday, October 15, 2019. 9am – 5pm, in Cornell’s ILR Conference Center. Join data experts and researchers to find solutions for data problems, share and learn effective tools and techniques, and network with colleagues from different fields across the university. READ MORE
CISER is pleased to welcome our new Senior Data Librarian/Archivist, Lynda Kellam. READ MORE
Announcing the June issue of the Cornell Federal Statistical Research Data Center (FSRDC) newsletter. The Cornell FSRDC is hosted by the Cornell Institute for Social and Economic Research with support from the Maxwell School at Syracuse University and is managed by the U.S. Census Bureau. READ MORE
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Cornell’s Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) is a membership organization of over 750 universities and research institutions worldwide. Membership provides access to thousands of political and social science related datasets for Cornell University faculty, students and staff. READ MORE