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Series consists of general administrative correspondence relating to departmental surveys governed by the ten respondents rule.
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The Special Survey Co-ordination Division was established in 1973 to manage new and ad-hoc household surveys, to act as the focal point for special survey work requested by outside agencies and to administer the Treasury Board regulation - the "Ten Respondents Rule". This rule required that all government departments and agencies requesting information from more than 10 respondents consult with Statistics Canada. RG31 General Inventory. Statistics Canada Annual Reports
Related control no.
1. 1984-85/543 GAD
2. 1984-85/591 GAD
3. 1985-86/023 GAD
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