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Workshop on Statistical Data Collection: Riding the Wave of the Data Deluge

Workshop on Statistical Data Collection: Riding the Wave of the Data Deluge

29 April - 01 May 2015
Washington, D.C. United States
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INF.1 First Information Notice PDF  
  Agenda and timetable PDF  
       
Key note and other presentations
 
   
  From Multiple Modes for Surveys to Multiple Data Sources for Estimates
Connie Citro (Director of the United States Committee on National Statistics)
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The High Level Group and the Modernisation Committee on Products and Sources

Jennine Borowik (Australian Bureau of Statistics)

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Results of the survey of National Statistical Offices on communication and promotion activities HLG Modernization Committee of Products and Sources

Aeidin Sheppard (Central Statistics Office, Ireland)

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Session i:  Linking Data Collection and Communication    
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Focusing communication efforts to support high response

Lise Rivais and France Bilocq (Statistics Canada)
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An opportunity for a better communication with the respondents

François Brunet (INSEE, France)
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The Business Portal - an integrated system to collect data and communicate

Natale Renato Fazio and Giulia Mottura (ISTAT, Italy)
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American Community Survey messaging and mail package
Tasha Boone and Shelley Walker (United States Census Bureau)

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2015 Census Test

Stephan Buckner (United States Census Bureau)
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Achieving high response rates in business surveys: Communication practices and field monitoring

Ger Snijkers (Statistics Netherlands)
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Personalized feedback to increase the cooperation of survey respondents: the experience of Statistics Portugal

Almiro Moreira and Paulo Saraiva dos Santos (Statistics Portugal)
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Session ii:  New Tools and Methods    
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Modern methods of data collection in Poland

Janusz Dygaszewicz (Central Statistical Office of Poland)
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Efforts to Improve Quality of Statistics in Turkstat: Centralising Data Collection and Quality Check Operations via CATI

Bilal Kurban (Turkstat, Turkey)
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Objective Physical Activity Data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey

Hannah Lawman (National Center for Health Statistics, United States)
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Application for Monitoring the Reception of the Reports for Statistical Surveys

Branka Raičević (Statistical Office of Montenegro)
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Usage of new data sources at SURS

Boro Nikić, Tomaž Špeh and Zvone Klun (Statistical Office Republic of Slovenia)
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Data collection with tablets in the Dutch Caribbean

Henk van den Velden (Statistics Netherlands, Bonaire)
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Development of Origin-Destination Surveys from Cellphone Data

Shomik Raj Mehndiratta and Tatiana Peralta Quiros (World Bank)
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UN Statistical Divisions’ Big Data Pilot Project Initiatives

Nancy Snyder (United Nations Statistics Division)
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Session iii:  Data Source Management and Risk Monitoring    
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Issues, challenges, and lessons learned from HHS national reporting and monitoring efforts

Julia Holmes, Irma Arispe, David Huang, Jim Craver (National Center for Health Statistics) & Ernest Moy (Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality, United States)
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Structuring risks and solutions in the use of big data sources for producing official statistics – Analysis based on a quality framework

Albrecht Wirthmann (Eurostat)
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WP.19

Production Process Calendar as a Management Tool in Statistical Production

Mustafa Yardımcı (Turkstat, Turkey)
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Data Collection at Statistics Netherlands: Challenges and solutions

Magchiel van Meeteren (Statistics Netherlands)
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Session iv:  Collaborating for the Modernisation of Statistical Data Collection    
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Common Statistical Production Architecture (CSPA)

Jenine Borowik (Australian Bureau of Statistics)
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SDMX in data dissemination and data collection

Gyorgy Gyomai (OECD)
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Big Data Projects

Albrecht Wirthmann (Eurostat)

Gyorgy Gyomai (OECD)

Steven Vale (UNECE)

Nancy Snyder (UNSD)

Amparo Ballivián (World Bank)

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