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Short Term Economic Statistics Timeliness Framework . Richard McKenzie OECD. The STES Timeliness Framework. Review of the framework, its original development, usage and promotion Recent statistics on usage Plans for 2006 update – and comparison with 2005 update

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the stes timeliness framework
The STES Timeliness Framework
  • Review of the framework, its original development, usage and promotion
  • Recent statistics on usage
  • Plans for 2006 update – and comparison with 2005 update
  • Discussion by STESWP on the need for future updates to the framework
stes timeliness framework background
STES Timeliness Framework - Background
  • Developed by the STESEG taskforce on timeliness and benchmarking
  • Aims to assist countries to improve the timeliness of the STES they produce (reduce costs & improve accuracy as well)
  • A collection of good practices which cover all aspects of the statistical production process
  • First version went live on the OECD website in September 2004, first update in September 2005
  • STESWP has the role to improve, maintain, use and promote the framework
development of the stes timeliness framework
Development of the STES Timeliness Framework
  • Timeliness is a function of the statistical production process
  • However best practice in one country may not be applicable to another
    • e.g. different user requirements, legislation, economic structures, institutional structures etc.
  • Desire to develop a framework which presents a range of good practices for improving timeliness across different aspects of the statistical production process
developing the stes timeliness framework
Developing the STES Timeliness Framework
  • Multi-dimensional web based product
  • Each dimension providing more detail on specific methods to improve timeliness
  • Emphasis on how processes link together, for developing overall strategies
  • Only references methods with proven operational success
  • Contains a breath of material sourced from many countries to ensure wide applicability
developing the stes timeliness framework1
Developing the STES Timeliness Framework
  • Taskforce assessed documentation collected from national statistics offices and by reviewing relevant statistical conference proceedings:
    • Over 1200 papers from 9 journals and 22 statistical conferences were reviewed: 50 of these papers were included in the framework
    • 162 papers were submitted from 23 NSOs of which 59 were included in the framework
  • Current framework includes documents from 22 statistics organisations (national & international)
the web based version
The web-based version

www.oecd.org/std/research/timeliness

promoting the stes timeliness framework
Promoting the STES Timeliness Framework
  • Maximise visibility on the OECD website
  • STESEG members promotion in their own organisations
  • Distribution by other international organisations to their relevant working groups
  • Articles in OECD and UNSD Statistics Newsletters
  • OECD Statistics Working paper & keynote address at the April 2006 Quality in Official Statistics Conference in Cardiff
2006 update of the framework
2006 update of the framework
  • Request sent to most NSOs that participated in 2005 STESEG to provide any new documentation
    • 8 NSOs responded, with 4 providing a total of 20 new papers for assessment (of which 12 come from the BLS)
    • In 2005, 20 NSOs responded, with 11 providing a total of 33 new papers for assessment
  • Need to identify relevant conferences from the past year to review proceedings
    • Q2006 is the only one thought of so far
    • For the 2005 update, 6 conferences were reviewed of which papers from 5 of these were taken
future updates of the framework discussion points
Future updates of the framework / discussion points
  • Does the lower response from NSOs suggest less work is being done to improve timeliness of STES?
  • Relevant conference proceedings to review for the 2006 update – suggestions please!
  • Framework structure and content continues to be relevant and OECD will continue to promote it
    • Especially for developing countries which are most of the subscribers
    • Also very useful as a statistical training tool
    • However does apparent diminishing usage justify spending STESWP resources on future updates?