The evaluated spectroscopic data are presented for 12 known nuclides of mass 84 (Ga, Ge, As, Se, Br, Kr, Rb, Sr, Y, Zr, Nb, Mo). Except for the stable nuelides Sr-84 and Kr-84, extensive new data are available for all the other nuclides since the 1997 evaluation by J.K. Tuli (1997Tu02) of A=84 nuclides. Many precise Penning-trap mass measurements since AME-2003 for A=84 nuclides (2009Re03,2008Ha23,2008We10,2007Ke09,2006Ka48, 2006De36,2006Ri15) have resulted in improved Q values and separation energies. However, many deficiencies still remain. Some examples are given below. Excited-state data for Ga-84 and As-84 are nonexistent, and those for Ge-84 are scarce, The radioactive decay Schemes of Ga-84, Ge-84, Se-84, Y-84 (39.5 min), Y-84 (4.6 s), Zr-84 and Nb-84 suffer from incompleteness and that for Mo-84 decay is not known at all. The energy ordering of the two activities (39.5 min and and 4.6 8) of Y-84 is not well established, although, high-spin with tentative spin-parity of (6+) is adopted here as the ground State of Y-84 based on weak arguments. From a conference report published in 2000, it is clear that extensive experiments were done to investigate decays of Zr-84 and Y-84, but details of these studies never appeared in literature and none were made available to the evaluators when requested from original authors.