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2.1 Statistical information model
Our current information models are fragmented and mostly in Norwegian.= p>
Statistics Norway has participated in the development of GSIM v1.0 from = the initial idea within the Statistical Network through sprint 1 in Sloveni= a, sprint 2 in south Korea and the integration workshop in Statistics Nethe= rlands including reviews of v0.4 and v0.8. We participated in the GSIM= Implementers Group and the MetaData Task Force looking at the flow of GSIM= v1.0 information objects throughout the GSBPM v4.0. We contributed our exp= erience with the Neuchâtel terminology for classifications to the GSIM = Statistical Classification Model in GSIM v1.1.We will continue t= o work with GSIM and DDI in connection with the RAIRD (Remote Access Infrastructure for Da= ta to researchers) project together with the Norwegian data archive. We&nbs= p;intend to adopt v1.1 with extensions and give constructive fee= dback intended to strengthen GSIM in its fit for purpose role.
Our statistical business process model is based on the work done by= Statistics New Zealand, by Statistics Sweden and by METIS.
The phases we are currently using are as follows: 1. Specify Needs, 2. D= esign, 3. Build, 4. Collect, 5. Process, 6. Analyse and 7. Disseminate. We = also have two overarching phases 8 Quality management - evaluate and feedba= ck and 9 Support and infrastructure.
Comparison with the Generic Statistical Process Model v5.0 from December= 2013 by the UNECE secretariat: The quality management part of the overarch= ing phase Quality management/Metadata management is covered by our pha= se 8 Quality management - evaluate and feedback, while the Metadata managem= ent part is covered in our model by sub-processes and by our mast= er metadata systems in the overarching phase 9 Support and infrastructure.<= /p>
For more information on Statistics Norway's Business Process Model = see
We intend to use GSIM in conjunction with the GSBPM internationally and = with our own business process model nationally. We are currently exploring = the use of GSIM in combination with DDI and in combination with SDMX.