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Statistics Norway has in the course of time developed many different met= adata systems. This led to the same information being stored several times = in several places making the availability of updated and consistent informa= tion difficult. In later years, there has been a strong focus on the need t= o link existing systems and a requirement that new metadata systems should = not be built in isolation. To facilitate this, Statistics Norway developed = a metadata strategy, which was approved early in 2005. The strategy focuses= on establishing a conceptual framework, clear roles and responsibilities, = and a stepwise development involving integration and linkage of systems.
For more information on our metadata strategy see: http://www.ssb.no/english/subjects/00/doc_200508_en/doc_200508_en= .pdf
The objective of Statistics Norway's current work on metadata is to deve= lop an integrated metadata system that will contribute to effective statist= ics production and dissemination, in addition to improved quality of statis= tics. Different metadata systems are being linked together making the metad= ata more easily accessible for all users. Metadata should be updated only i= n one place.
Metadata projects completed after 2005 include:
Current/planned metadata projects include: