Proud to announce that DevStat has signed a long-term contract with the General Authority for Statistics of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (Gastat) for the provision of training courses on statistics and IT topics. This continues a collaboration for providing technical assistance in diverse areas including ICT, R&D and labour statistics. We will be happy to support the modernisation of the Saudi state in the area of official statistics, contributing to the wider improvements in the governance of the Kingdom.
DevStat is thrilled to announce its continuing collaboration with Eurostat for the the organisation of the ESS Workshop on administrative data for business, agriculture and fisheries statistics in Bucharest, Romania, on 17-18 October 2019.
The workshop will create the opportunity for experts in the European Statistical System to present and exchange the results of the progress made in using administrative data for the production of official statistics in the areas of business, agriculture and fisheries statistics. It will also be an occasion to display and exchange the results of the ESS Vision 2020 ADMIN project which is approaching its end (2015-2019).
We would like to encourage you to contribute a paper before August 28 discussing your experience or ideas in the use of administrative data for business, agriculture and/or fisheries statistics providing achievements, examples, practical applications, lessons learned and plans for future developments.
All interested people are kindly requested to submit the online registration form, which can be found @http://devstat.com/projects/workshop/registration/papers by 28August 2019.
DevStat is pleased to inform of its collaboration with Eurostat for the the organisation of the ESS Workshop on administrative data and social statistics which will take place in Valencia, Spain, on June 4-5 June 2019.
The workshop aims at bringing together ESS countries’ experts working with administrative data to share methodological knowledge, experiences, lessons learned and best practices regarding the use of administrative data for social statistics.
It will be primarily an opportunity to highlight and exchange the results of the ADMIN, which is approaching its end in 2019. The event aims to encourage technical discussion on how the ESS should continue to move towards an improved production system for social statistics using more extensively administrative data.
We would like to encourage statisticians to contribute papers before April 14 discussing their experience or ideas on the use of administrative data providing experience, achievements, examples, practical applications, lessons learned and plans for future developments that they consider worth sharing with other users of administrative data.
DevStat presented a paper on the evaluation, using administrative data, of active employment policies in the region of Valencia
All interested people are kindly requested to submit the online registration form, which can be found @ https://devstat.com/projects/events/ by 30 April 2019.
Hope to see you in Valencia!!