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GSS Conference 2018 – Keynote panel session

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The debating highlight of 2018, chaired by our very own John Pullinger, will showcase the talents of two panels who will be giving their responses to topical statistical issues submitted in advance by our delegates. The two panels are: GSS – Karen Dunnell, Jil Matheson, Siobhan Carey Users – Will Moy, Sile Lane, Rob Cuffe […]

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GPT – the land of opportunity

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So, at the end of August, my time in the Good Practice Team (GPT) will come to an end, as I take on a new opportunity with the ONS Data Science Campus. I joined GPT 2 years ago as the team’s Business Manager, initially a bit apprehensive about what I might expect. I needn’t have […]

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Building links – Improving UK housing and planning statistics

Statistics on housing are key to public policy making, and day to day decisions such as where or when to buy or rent a property. Housing policy is devolved to the UK nations and we therefore publish statistics on housing from a number of departments and other organisations across the UK. On 30 May we […]

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Analyse this!

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The idea to develop the analysis function originally came from the Cabinet Office, from Sir Jeremy Heywood and John Manzoni. They challenged the analyst community to become more visible, and for our analysis to inform decisions on key issues like Brexit and the security of our nation.

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Delegate registration for the 2018 GSS Conference

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As many of you will know, delegate registration for the conference is now open! The delegates team (Sean, Avision and Francesca) have been hard at work, and all attendees (including speakers/presenters) should have received a delegate registration email from Francesca. All delegates must complete the form, so please take 5 minutes to fill it out […]

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