The California Census Research Data Center (CCRDC) seeks to provide qualified researchers across California with the opportunity to perform statistical analysis on non-public Census microdata. CCRDC is a joint project of the US Census Bureau and UCLA and UC Berkeley, partnering also with Stanford University, the University of Southern California and UC Irvine. The secure RDC environment supports qualified researchers while protecting respondent confidentiality with state-of-the-art tools and processes.

For more information on the RDC network, please visit the US Census Bureau’s Center for Economic Studies.

For more about the data available in the CCRDC, please visit our data page.

Thanks to all the participants and attendees of the 2017 FSRDC Conference! More than 140 people attended the conference, 35 research teams presented their work and 70 RDC Executive Directors, Census Bureau staff and other federal employees met to discuss the FSRDC network. We hope to see you next year at the conference to be hosted by the Penn State RDC in State College, PA!

The California Census Research Data Center (CCRDC) seeks to provide qualified researchers across California with the opportunity to perform statistical analysis on non-public Census microdata. CCRDC is a joint project of the US Census Bureau and UCLA and UC Berkeley, partnering also with Stanford University, the University of Southern California and UC Irvine. The secure RDC environment supports qualified researchers while protecting respondent confidentiality with state-of-the-art tools and processes.

For more information on the RDC network, please visit the US Census Bureau’s Center for Economic Studies.

For more about the data available in the CCRDC, please visit our data page.