Today the UK Statistics Authority have launched their new strategy for the UK statistical system: Statistics for the Public Good. A message about the new strategy from Sir David Norgrove, Chair of the UK Statistics Authority: This vision sets out how we will inform the UK, improve lives and build towards the future. Your contributions […]Learn more on Statistics for the Public Good: the new strategy for the UK statistical system
If you didn’t know, the GSS Newsletter now goes out on a fortnightly basis. The latest newsletter has just been sent out. High tempo harmonisation, a blog post from the Office for Statistics Regulation and some podcast favourites are just some of the features in this one. If you haven’t already signed-up – subscribe now!Learn more on GSS Newsletter 2 July 2020
Want to be sure you’ve got your quality assurance covered? The Office for Statistics Regulation (OSR) have put together a list of questions analysts producing statistics can use when considering quality at each stage of production. This is not intended to be used as a checklist. It is designed to be used alongside your organisation’s […]Learn more on Thinking about quality when producing statistics
Register for Civil Service Live Online now to secure your place, and build your own personalised agenda for the two-day event. This year’s Civil Service Live will look a little different, taking place online, on 14 and 15 July. The online event will still be the biggest single learning opportunity of the year for civil […]Learn more on Civil Service Live Online: registration is now open!
National Statistician Ian Diamond has made his second appearance on the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show is as many months. Sir Ian was interviewed by Nick Robinson on the latest results from GSS surveys, covering topics including whether the number of new infections were levelling off and disparity on the impact of those in ethnic minority […]Learn more on How has a bear helped Russians socially distance? Ian Diamond explains!
If you didn’t know, the GSS newsletter now goes out on a fortnightly basis. The latest newsletter has just been sent out! User engagement, harmonisation, infographics and a sports quiz are just some of the features in this one! If you haven’t subscribed – subscribe now!Learn more on GSS Newsletter 18 June 2020
Beth Brown from the Office for National Statistics has published a fantastic blog post: Anti-racism: What you can do. In it she shares her own experience of, and response to, recent events. She also gives great advice on how to begin the journey towards greater understanding of the perspectives and experiences of others. There […]Learn more on Anti-racism: a blog post and series of webinars
If you didn’t know, the GSS newsletter now goes out on a fortnightly basis. The latest newsletter has just been sent out! This one covers: new dashboard guidance, an updated impairment harmonised principle, a webinar and information on development opportunities! If you haven’t already signed-up – subscribe now!Learn more on GSS Newsletter 4 June 2020
The Fast Stream and Early Talent (FSET) team are looking for people who are passionate about developing themselves and others to be facilitators of Action Learning Sets for new Fast Streamers joining in September and October 2020. What is an Action Learning Set (ALS)? An ALS comprises a group of professionals who work in a […]Learn more on Learning and development opportunity with the Fast Stream and Early Talent team
If you didn’t know, the GSS newsletter now goes out on a fortnightly basis. The latest newsletter has just been sent out! This one covers: new data visualisation guidance, breach reporting guidance, harmonisation guidance to use when collecting data related to the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and a variety of news articles! If you […]Learn more on GSS Newsletter 21 May 2020