Handbook on civil registration and vital statistics systems: Computerization

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United Nations, 1998 - Political Science - 68 pages
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The computerization of civil registration will broaden the uses that can be made of the civil registration system. The Handbook on Civil Registration & Vital Statistics Systems: Computerization describes the activities that countries should carry-out to tailor their own civil registration system to their specific historical, demographic, legal & administrative conditions at the time of computerization of such a complex system. It examines the framework, goals & purposes of the computerization of civil registration, looks at the interface between civil registration, the vital statistics system & other governmental agencies, as well as enumerates some of the major decisions & problem areas that can be anticipated in a move to computerization.

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Contents

Preface
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Overview of computerization and automation stages in civil registration
ii
Overview of major decisions and problem areas of computerization 87109
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