Tenth Management Seminar for the Heads of National Statistical Offices in Asia and the Pacific

Topic: Shifting from “stove-pipe” data producer to “information service” provider

[7 - 8 December 2011, Chiba, Japan]

Objectives

- To bring together the heads of NSOs in the ESCAP region to review global and regional initiatives and share experiences in responding to the needs for modernization of statistical information systems;
- To enhance skills and knowledge of participants regarding the relevant concepts and tools;
- To determine common challenges and discuss and agree on regional approaches required to address the challenges.

Session 1 Modernization of statistical information system:Review of global and regional initiatives

Presentation: Outcome of Expert Group Meeting (EGM), “Opportunities and advantages of enhanced collaboration on statistical information management in Asia and the Pacific”, Bangkok 20-22 June 2011

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Session 2 – Modelling Statistical Business Process: New concepts and recent experiences

Presentation: “Generic Statistical Business Process Model (GSBPM) and its contribution to modelling business processes – Experiences from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS)”:

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Session 3 – Meeting new expectations of users: integrated statistical products

Presentation: “Official statistics as an integrated system of surveys and accounts - Experiences from Statistics Norway”

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Presentation: ”A New Framework for Development of Japanese Official Statistics”

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Presentation: Promotion of the 59th World Statistics Congress of International Statistical Institute (ISI)

 

Presentation on International Statistical Institute (ISI)

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Session 4 – Meeting evolving needs of data users: microdata dissemination

Presentation: “Creating the right environment to support safe access to microdata”

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References

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Presentation:”Microdata Dissemination – National Statistics Office Philippines”

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Presentation:“National Data Archiving System”

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Session 5 – Conclusions and closing

Report on impacts of the previous nine Management Seminars by SIAP

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