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Past HLG Projects
This wiki is the public-access site for information about the High-= Level Group for the Modernisation of Statistical Production and Services (H= LG). Browse this site to find out about the origins, goals and work o= f the HLG and its subsidiary bodies, principally the four Modernisation Com= mittees.
The High-Level Group for the Modernisation of Statistical Production and= Services (HLG) was set up by the Bureau of the Conference of European Stat= isticians in 2010 to oversee and coordinate international work relating to = statistical modernisation. It promotes standards-based modernisation of = statistical production and services.=20
The chairs of the Statistical Network Steering Group, the Executive= Board, and the modernisation committees participate in HLG meetings as obs= ervers.
The UNECE also provides the secretariat (contact: support.stat@un= ece.org )
The Executive board.....
The Modernisation Committees... need little explanations here= p>
Each year, representatives of the Modernisation Committees, their variou= s other constituent groups and other relevant groups working in the arena o= f statistical modernisation come together at a workshop and decide upon a number of projects t= o be undertaken under the auspices of the HLG the following year. Projects = are then run by a project manager and task teams of experts, which report t= o the Executive board
The HLG...... snappy little explanation here: goals, background= , face to face meetings, november workshops...
The role of the HLG is formalised in its Terms of Reference. A broad vision a= nd a strategy fo= r implementing that vision have been formulated and agreed by the Conferenc= e Of European Statisticians, and now act as the mission statements shaping = the HLG's work.
Links to past and current HLG projects can be found on the left of this = page, and links to the four thematic Modernisation Committees are on the ri= ght of the page (note that while much of the material is open to public acc= ess, some areas of ongoing work are restricted to the teams involved).