Summary findings from the ‘current landscape of user engagement’ survey is now available. The project team thanks everyone who submitted responses to the ‘current landscape of user engagement’ survey. They were fascinated reading them and gained a deeper understanding of your engagement activities, as well as some of the challenges you face. The results have […]Learn more on Current landscape of user engagement survey – summary of findings
Having a variety of pathways into the GSG profession is important to help us attract a diverse range of talented people into our most crucial roles. Many of you will have heard about, or even been part of, the GSS Fast Stream scheme. This is an important part of how we bring in the skills […]Learn more on Emerging Talent and what it means to the GSG profession
Are you looking for a fresh challenge that will really put your statistical skills to the test? With a growing demand for analytical services, a career in statistics puts you at the heart of decision making in government. You could be working at the heart of government on projects and issues that make a real […]Learn more on Our latest recruitment campaign
Since the accessibility legislation for public sector bodies came into force in September 2020, accessibility has been a hot topic in the dissemination of government statistics and analysis. Basecamp message board To support people across the Government Statistical Service (GSS) and Analysis Function (AF) in an efficient way an ‘Accessibility for statistics’ board has been set […]Learn more on Accessibility in statistics: any questions?
The Government Data Quality Hub (DQHub) is a relatively new function that was funded in the 2020 Spring Budget. Their remit is to work across government to establish and maintain world-leading approaches to data quality, whilst building a collaborative community working towards common quality objectives. They are based at the Office for National Statistics (ONS) […]Learn more on What do you want from your Data Quality Hub?
Every month we send you a round-up of the latest news, blogs and other updates from across the government statistics and analytical community. This month’s newsletter includes: an update about the Office for Statistics Regulation (OSR) State of the Statistical System report details about the updated Introduction to data visualisation e-learning course, which is now […]Learn more on Government Statistical Service newsletter – August 2021
The latest round of Government Statistical Service jobs working across government, nationwide, are now live. Are you looking for a new challenge? Are you interested in pursuing a career in statistics? We have several posts available for you to begin your statistical career or take it to the next step! Our current campaign is recruiting […]Learn more on Our latest recruitment campaign is live!
The Best Practice and Impact (BPI) division, in the Office for National Statistics has launched their ‘Current landscape of user engagement’ survey. This survey is being conducted as part of the User Engagement Strategy for Statistics and we want to hear from any statistics producers about their user engagement experiences. The survey will allow BPI […]Learn more on Have your say in the ‘Current landscape of user engagement’ survey
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) team at the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have published a new protocol to assess statistical information from non-official producers. This protocol will help to expand their range of UK SDG reporting and enable them to consider statistics from charities, academia and businesses. What are the Sustainable Development Goals? The […]Learn more on Using non-official sources for UK reporting on the Sustainable Development Goals
Every month we send you a round-up of the latest news, blogs and other updates from across the government statistics and analytical community.Learn more on Government Statistical Service Newsletter – July 2021