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Supporting Standards

The goal of the group is to find ways how to develop, enhance, integrate, promote, support and facilitate implementation of the range of standards needed for statistical modernisation. It has operational responsibility for the maintenance and development of the Generic Activity Model for Statistical Organizations (GAMSO), Generic Statistical Business Process Model (GSBPM), and the Generic Statistical Information Model (GSIM), and the documentation of the Common Statistical Production Architecture (CSPA).

More information in the Terms of reference

Task teams:

  • Task team on GSBPM revision
  • Task team on GSIM revision
 Members
ItalyISTAT
Catrin KarlingSwedenStatistics Sweden
Canada
MexicoINEGI
MexicoINEGI
FranceINSEE
IrelandCSO

Eurostat
ItalyISTAT
United StatesBureau of Labor Statistics
AustraliaAustralian Bureau of Statistics
PolandStatistics Poland
TurkeyTurkstat

OECD

ILO
PolandStatistics Poland
New ZealandStatistics New Zealand
Jay Greenfield
DDI

GESIS (DDI)

For more information please contact: Inkyung Choi

Sharing Tools

The Sharing Tools Group is part of the High-Level Group for the Modernisation of Official Statistics (HLG-MOS) or ModernStats. It continues the work of the HLG CSPA implementation group and related activities from the MC Standards and the MC Production and Methods. Please find here the Terms of Reference for 2017. The main focus is on the following activies:

  • Assess Compliance of CSPA Services
  • Provide Practical Technical Assistance to CSPA implementers
  • Model (GSIM) Variables for Logical Information Model
  • Develop CSPA Application Architecture Patterns

Task teams:

  • Assess Compliance of CSPA Services
  • CSPA Promotion and Communication
  • CSPA Application Architecture Patterns
  • Practical Technical Assistance to CSPA Implementers

 Members
  • Cambodia - Kimhor Meng
  • Canada - Robert McLellan, Flavio Rizzolo
  • Colombia - Luis Edgar Sanchez, Juan Carlos Paz
  • France - Franck Cotton, Romain Tailhurat
  • Italy - Marco Silipo, Carlo Vaccari, Mauro Bruno
  • Mexico - Juan Alfonso Mireles, Juan Muñoz
  • Netherlands - Matjaz Jug
  • New Zealand - Rosemary McGrath (chair)
  • Norway - Trygve Falch
  • Poland - Anna Dlugosz
  • Serbia - Mira Nikic
  • Slovenia - Tomaž Speh, Blaž Božjak, Simon Pelicon
  • Sweden - Eva Holm, Jakob Engdahl
  • United Kingdom - Eric Deeben (ONS), James Gamgee (Scotish Government), Neville Demendonca (ONS)
  • United States - Lorna Drennen
  • Eurostat - Jean-Marc Museux,Pierre Peyronnel
  • OECD - David Barraclough
  • UNECE - Taeke Gjaltema. Thérèse Lalor

For more information please contact: Taeke Gjaltema

Developing Organizational Resilience

The Modernization Group on Developing Organizational Resilience is part of the High-Level Group for the Modernization of Official Statistics (HLG-MOS) or ModernStats. It continues the work of the Modernization Group on Capabilities and Communicaiton. Please find here the Terms of Reference for 2017. The main focus is on the following activities:

  • Change Management

  • Organisational Frameworks for Collaboration
  • Building Competencies
  • Communicating Modernization

Task teams:

  • Risk Management in the context of agile development
  • Workshop on Human Resources Management and Training (2018)


 Members
  • Anna Borowska – Chair (Poland)
  • Marie Creedon, Eilish O'Sullivan  (Ireland)
  • Antonio Ottaiano, Fabrizio Rotundi, Marco Tozzi and Alessandro Hinna (Italy)
  • Anne Trolie (Norway)
  • Heli Lehtimaki  (Eurostat)
  • Ben Whitestone (UK)
  • Stela Derivolcov (Moldova)
  • Josue Hiram Suarez , Alfonso Tejeida Hernandez, Rocio Flores and Alberto Valencia (Mexico)
  • Tetyana Kolomiyets, Therese Lalor (UNECE Secretariat)

For more information please contact: Tetyana Kolomiyets

Blue Skies Thinking Network

The Blue Sky Thinking Network is the “ideas factory” for the statistical modernisation community. The Blue Skies Thinking Reports provide an environment scan on selected topics. These brief papers answer four key questions – what is the topic, what is the value for official statistics, what is already being done, what are the opportunities for further collaboration.

  

For more information please contact: Taeke Gjaltema

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