Session 6 - Using the data revolution to provide more effective and efficient statistical production and services

Session 6 - Using the data revolution to provide more effective and efficient statistical production and services

 
Date: 
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
Abstract

The post-2015 development agenda poses demands for more efficient and effective data production from both existing and potential new sources. While it may be necessary to launch new data collections, much can be done to make use of existing data to reduce and eliminate the gaps in the availability and quality of data, as well as open access to the available data.

Presentations

1. Modernization of statistical production and services: Experiences from Thailand
- Malee Wongsaroje, Inspector General, Ministry of Information and Communication Technology

2. Modernization - Statistics Indonesia
- Dr. Suryamin, Chief Statisticians, Statistics Indonesia

3. Using the Data Revolution to provide more effective and efficient statistical production and services: Combining official statistics with new data sources – Australian big data strategy
- Gemma Van Halderen, First Assistant Statistician, Population, Labour and Social Statistics, Australian Bureau of Statistics.

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