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The HLG-MOS oversee and manage:

(blue star) Four collaboration groups: StandardsSharingDeveloping Organisational CapabilityBlue Skies

(blue star) Modernisation Projects 2019: Machine Learning and Strategic Communication Framework phase 2

(blue star) Specialised topics: Dissemination and CommunicationData CollectionStatistical Data Editing and Statistical Confidentiality

(blue star) Modernisation Workshops and Seminars


(info) What is the HLG-MOS                   (info) HLG-MOS Outputs             (info) Modernstats Updates


Generic Statistical Business Process Model (GSBPM) describes the core business processes undertaken by statistical organisations to produce statistical outputs. It is used by more than 50 organisations world wide. Read more here

Generic Statistical Information Model (GSIM) describes the core pieces of information needed by statistical organisations to produce statistical outputs. Read more here



Generic Activity Model for Statistical Organisations (GAMSO) extends and complements the GSBPM by describing overarching activities and processes to support the production of official statistical production. Read more here

 

Common Statistical Production Architecture (CSPA) helps statistical organisation create interoperable tools to share within and between statistical organisations. Read more here

 



Recent highlights and updates


The 2019 Workshop on the Modernisation of Official Statistics will be held on 19-20 November 2019 in Geneva. The purpose of the workshop is to ensure that the work is community driven and that activities and initiatives are aligned with the implementation of the vision of the High Level Group for the Modernisation of Official Statistics (HLG-MOS), avoiding duplication and maximising efficiency. The expected outputs are a set of agreed and prioritised implementation actions.

The target audience are statisticians with technical knowledge of modernisation of statistics combined with a broader understanding of the statistical process and its modernisation, including some knowledge about international developments in this area. Members of the following groups are invited: The Statistical Modernisation Community, the CES Bureau, the HLG‑MOS, the Executive Board, Modernisation Groups and task teams under the auspices of the HLG‑MOS. Other staff working in areas related to modernisation of official statistics or interested in the work of the HLG‑MOS are also welcome to participate.

Register nowhttps://uncdb.unece.org/app/ext/meeting-registration?id=abpRrO

Workshop on Culture Evolution, Geneva, 11-13 September:

The purpose is to share knowledge and effectivepractices inhuman resources management relatedto the creation and maintenance of organisational culture that are ‘fit for purpose’. Importantly, this includes the associated change management challenges. The target audience of the workshop is mid to senior level staff members responsible for human resources management, training, risk management and other related areas in their respective organisations. Register here: https://uncdb.unece.org/app/ext/meeting-registration?id=pzEtwv

Statistical Data Collection Workshop 'New Sources and New Technologies', Geneva on 14-16 October 2019.

The objective of this workshop was to identify innovative ways and best practices in statistical data collection, and to provide a platform for practitioners to exchange experiences and foster collaboration in this area. In addition to the more traditional presentations, the agenda of the workshop included target-driven small group discussions to identify best practices and new opportunities. The target audience for the workshop includes senior and middle-level managers responsible for data collection activities and new data sources, across all statistical domains from Statistical Offices and other agencies from national and international statistical systems. Register here: https://uncdb.unece.org/app/ext/meeting-registration?id=WjfsPc

Work Session on Statistical Data Confidentiality 2019, hosted by Statistics Netherlands in The Hague, on 29-31 October. 

The main objectives of the meeting are to facilitate the exchange of experience and identify the best practices in dealing with technical issues related to statistical data confidentiality in statistical offices.The meeting is primarily intended for experts from national and international statistical offices as well as invited academics dealing with statistical disclosure limitation. Register here: https://statswiki.unece.org/x/3gNqDg


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The latest version of the Generic Statistical Business Process Model (GSBPM 5.1) and the Generic Activity Model for Statisitical Organisations (GAMSO 1.2) were endorsed by the Conference of European Statisticians at their annual conference in June 2019. Both models were reviewed during 2018 and made up to date with the needs of Statistical Organisations. This work was carried out by a Task Team of specialist under the Modernisation Group on Supporting Standards working under the High-level Group for the Modernisation of Official Statistics and all CES countries were consulted twice in this process.

The changes made in the new version of GSBPM aim to make the model more applicable to new data sources and improve the clarity of the description. The most notable changes made to the model are the following:
• Descriptions of the phases and the sub-processes were updated to be less survey-centric. Activities related to working with non-statistical data providers were added where necessary.
• Descriptions were expanded to include tasks needed to use geospatial data, in recognition of the growing importance of integrating statistical data with geospatial data.
• Examples and descriptions were updated and expanded to improve clarity.
• The duplication between GSBPM (version 5.0) and GAMSO was resolved by removing corporate-level overarching processes from GSBPM as these are covered by GAMSO.

The review approach adopted for GAMSO was different than for GSBPM as the latest version of GAMSO was released only in 2017 and the usage of the model was still limited compared to GSBPM. The changes were minor and concerned some improvements of descriptions in GAMSO to maintain its alignment with GSBPM.

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The UNECE Workshop on Dissemination and Communication of Statistics was organized on 12-14 June in Gdanks, Poland. Over 80 experts in communication and dissemination from Statistical organisations, including from Central Banks, gathered to exchange their experiences, to share their lessons learned and to discuss the future of communication and dissemination of statistics. The quality of the presentations was high and the colleagues from Statistics Poland were an excellent host. Click here for more. #disscomm2019

The ModernStats World Workshop was held on 26-28 June in Geneva. This is the platform for learning about the ModernStats standards and recent developments as well as for getting input to the current work being done on the models. There were six interactive sessions where participants gathered in small groups to discuss progress. Additionally, there were voting rounds and quizzes as well as a soapbox presentations and a market place where participants could promote their products or to get others join their activities. Click here for more information. #ModernStatsWorld


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ModernStats World Workshop


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