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OECD Expert Group on Statistical Data and Metadata Exchange (SDMX) Paris, 13 - 14 September 2012. Governance of commonly used SDMX artefacts Götzfried SDMX Secretariat. Introduction.

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oecd expert group on statistical data and metadata exchange sdmx paris 13 14 september 2012

OECD Expert Group on Statistical Data and Metadata Exchange (SDMX)Paris, 13 - 14 September 2012

Governance ofcommonly used SDMX artefacts

  • Götzfried

SDMX Secretariat

introduction
Introduction

First public presentation of the document: Governance of commonly used SDMX artefacts, elaborated by the SDMX Secretariat;

  • Status: Draft for discussion and broader feedback !
  • The document will also be submitted to the SDMX Sponsors for guidance in September 2012;
  • Final version should be ready by end 2012;
  • Therefore we want to gather comments on
    • the general structure of the document
    • eventual missing points
    • any other comment or suggestion to improve the document
why governance
Why governance ?
  • to minimise uncertainty
  • to inspire trust
  • to foster standardisation

All technical, statistical and IT standards need governance.

Main pillars of governance

  • maintenance policy
  • maintenance structure
  • maintenance agency
policy statement
Policy Statement

Maintenance agencies taking the responsibility for commonly used SDMX artefacts and commit themselves to:

  • Respect the governing rules defined in the governance document;
  • agree on methodological rules and procedures for the management of the SDMX artefacts under their responsibility;
  • define clear roles, structures and responsibilities for all involved parties ;
  • respect high quality standards for the benefit of the whole SDMX community.
basic governance principles
Basic governance principles
  • Commitment to actively collaborate
  • Freedom of extension and limits to proliferation
  • Planning and coordination
  • Standardisation: No duplication of concept principle
  • Stability and pro-activity
  • Freedom of application and scope
  • Re-usability: Use of cross-domain concepts and code lists
  • Accountability: Versioning and change management
  • Transparency
  • Close relationships with users
maintenance of sdmx artefacts
Maintenance of SDMX artefacts
  • Maintenance agency = organizations responsible for the operational maintenance of a specific set of commonly used SDMX artefacts
  • Maintenance schedules
  • Change management
practical governance issues
Practical governance issues
  • Versioning of artefacts referenced in DSDs
  • Versioning of DSDs
  • Parallel use of different versions of artefacts
  • One or many registries for storage of artefacts
  • Parallel use of two different classification systems in one single DSD
  • etc.

Many of these issues need to be elaborated more in detail (using practical experience).

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The SDMX Secretariat would be very glad to receive feedback to the draft document; please provide feedback to the following mail address:

secretariat@sdmx.org