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Data integration projects and privacy impact assessments

Here are privacy impact assessments of, and background information about, data integration projects.

Data integration helps to produce an effective official statistical system by bringing together information from different sources. These projects have been reviewed and approved by the Government Statistician.

Adding Accommodation Survey data to the Longitudinal Business Frame – Privacy impact assessment (May 2017)
The purpose of this business case is to seek approval to add Accommodation Survey data collected by Stats NZ to the Longitudinal Business Database (LBD).

Intellectual Property Office of New Zealand’s patent data: Privacy benefit/risk analysis (May 2016)
Provides a systematic evaluation of privacy risks and the benefits associated with integrating Intellectual Property Office of New Zealand (IPONZ) patent data with Statistics NZ’s Longitudinal Business Database (LBD).

Integrated Data Infrastructure extension: Privacy impact assessment (6th ed) (April 2016)
Identifies privacy risks associated with the Integrated Data Infrastructure extension delivered in April 2016, and outlines the processes for managing them.

Integrated Data Infrastructure extension: Privacy impact assessment (5th ed) (March 2016)
Identifies privacy risks associated with the Integrated Data Infrastructure extension delivered in February 2016, and outlines the processes for managing them.

Integrated Data Infrastructure extension: Privacy impact assessment (4th ed) (January 2016)
Identifies privacy risks associated with the Integrated Data Infrastructure extension delivered in October 2015, and outlines the processes for managing them.

Integrated Data Infrastructure extension: Privacy impact assessment (3rd ed) (October 2015)
Identifies privacy risks associated with the Integrated Data Infrastructure extension delivered in July 2015, and outlines the processes for managing them.

Agricultural land database matching and data integration: Privacy impact assessment (published June 2015)
Agricultural land database matching and data integration: Privacy impact assessment considers the risks associated with integrating and matching agricultural land databases that are to be used to provide new insights into relationships between agricultural land use and freshwater quality changes in New Zealand.

Integrated Data Infrastructure extension: Privacy impact assessment (2nd ed) (October 2014)
Identifies privacy risks associated with the Integrated Data Infrastructure extension delivered in August 2013, and outlines the processes for managing them.

Integrating New Zealand Census Mortality Study and New Zealand Longitudinal Census: Privacy impact assessment (published October 2014)
Integrating New Zealand Census Mortality Study and New Zealand Longitudinal Census: Privacy impact assessment provides a systematic evaluation of the privacy risks associated with integrating datasets from the New Zealand Census Mortality Study (NZCMS) and the New Zealand Longitudinal Census (NZLC).

Linking censuses: New Zealand longitudinal census 1981–2006 (published July 2014)
This report presents the results of linking data from six recent censuses (1981–2006), and makes recommendations for further work.

Privacy impact assessment for linking census and Post-enumeration Survey data to the Integrated Data Infrastructure (published July 2014)
This privacy impact assessment (PIA) provides a systematic evaluation of privacy risks associated with integrating census and Post-enumeration Survey data with Statistics NZ’s Integrated Data Infrastructure.

Privacy impact assessment for phase 2 of the longitudinal census feasibility study (published April 2014)
The purpose of this privacy impact assessment is to evaluate the privacy risks associated with phase 2 of the longitudinal census feasibility study.

Privacy impact assessment of 2013 Census and Household Labour Force Survey data integration (published April 2014)
This privacy impact assessment (PIA) provides a systematic evaluation of privacy risks associated with linking data from the 2013 Census of Population and Dwellings with data from the Household Labour Force Survey and outlines the processes for managing these risks.

Privacy impact assessment for the serious injury outcome indicators (published February 2014)
This privacy impact assessment (PIA) identifies potential risks to individual privacy where the Ministry of Health’s National Minimum Dataset of hospital discharges, and Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) fatal harm notifications data, are integrated with the Accident Compensation Corporation’s (ACC) work-related claims data.

Integrating Inland Revenue-sourced tax data in the Integrated Data Infrastructure with the Survey of Family, Income, and Employment (published July 2013)
This page outlines the purpose, benefits, and privacy impact assessment of the April 2013 proposal to link Inland Revenue tax data in the Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI) with data from the Survey of Family, Income, and Employment (SoFIE) from Statistics NZ.

Developing a historical longitudinal census dataset in New Zealand: A feasibility study (published April 2013)
This report presents the first outcomes of a feasibility study linking data from four recent censuses, and makes recommendations for further work.

Privacy impact assessment for phase 1 of the longitudinal census feasibility study (published April 2013)
The purpose of this privacy impact assessment is to identify the privacy risks associated with the proposed feasibility study of a longitudinal census dataset.

Mobility of migrants (page updated December 2012)
This page outlines the purpose, benefits, and outputs of the Mobility of migrants study.

Feasibility study for creating a longitudinal dataset by linking multiple census datasets (published June 2012)
This page outlines the benefits of creating a longitudinal dataset from linking multiple census datasets.

CancerTrends (page updated May 2012)
This page outlines the purpose, benefits, and outputs of the CancerTrends study.

Employment Outcomes of Tertiary Education feasibility study (page updated May 2012)
This page outlines the purpose, benefits, and outputs of the Employment Outcomes of Tertiary Education (EOTE) feasibility study.

Inland Revenue-sourced KiwiSaver data (page updated May 2012)
This page outlines the purpose and benefits of the October 2011 proposal to link KiwiSaver administrative data from Inland Revenue with Survey of Family, Income, and Employment (SoFIE) data from Statistics New Zealand.

Inland Revenue-sourced tax data (page updated May 2012)
This page outlines the purpose and benefits of, and outputs from, integrating tax data sourced from Inland Revenue administrative data with other Statistics New Zealand data.

Inter-censal Ethnic Mobility Study, 2001–06 (page updated May 2012)
This page outlines the purpose, benefits, and outputs of the Inter-censal Ethnic Mobility Study: 2001–06.

Linked Employer-Employee Data (LEED) – Household Labour Force Survey (HLFS) feasibility study (page updated May 2012)
This page outlines the purpose, benefits, and outputs of the feasibility study to link the Household Labour Force Survey (HLFS) to the Linked Employer-Employee Data (LEED) production system, which was approved in September 2009.

Linked Employer-Employee Data (LEED) – Ministry of Social Development (MSD) feasibility study (page updated May 2012)
This page outlines the purpose and benefits of, and outputs from, integrating Ministry of Social Development (MSD) data with Statistics NZ's Linked Employer-Employee Data.

Linked Employer-Employee Data (LEED) project (page updated May 2012)
This page outlines the purpose, benefits, and outputs of the Linked Employer-Employee Data (LEED) project.

Matching 2001 vitals to 2001 Census (page updated May 2012)
This page outlines the purpose and outputs of the data integration project that matched 2001 vitals registration data with ethnic data from 2001 Census.

New Zealand Census Mortality Study (page updated May 2012)
This page outlines the purpose and outputs of the New Zealand Census and Mortality Study.

Student loans project (page updated May 2012)
This page outlines the purpose and benefits of the student loans data integration project.

Privacy impact assessment for the Integrated Data Infrastructure (February 2012)
Identifies privacy risks associated with the Integrated Data Infrastructure prototype and the IDI delivered in December 2012, and outlines the processes for managing them.

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