Edited by Shawn Cole, Iqbal Dhaliwal, Anja Sautmann, and Lars Vilhuber. The Handbook on Using Administrative Data for Research and Evidence-based Policy offers guidance for researchers, data providers, and decision-makers using administrative data to evaluate programs and inform policy. Administrative data has become more and more prevalent, and when combined with experiments, has the potential to change the future of research. This Handbook offers a roadmap to overcome potential challenges in using administrative data, with technical chapters addressing data use agreements, working with institutional review boards, physical data security, privacy, and more. Ten complementary case studies showcase diverse models of successful administrative data partnerships in the US, Canada, Europe, Africa, and Asia.