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The MSIS Organizing Committee was created in 2010 and meetings are organ= ized once a year. The objectives are to provide a forum for exchange of exp= eriences and good practices through regular meetings, to contribute to the = coordination of activities of statistical organizations and to facilitate a= nd the implementation of international standards. Its activity will be coor= dinated with the Steering Group on Statistical Metadata and the= Sharing Advisory Board. This information, as well as other on MSIS, is= found in the MSIS wiki which is maintained by UNECE. The Terms of Referen= ce on the Organising Committee on the Management of the Information Systems= (MSIS) can be found here.
Dublin and Manila, 14-16 April 2014
The Joint UNECE/Eurostat/OECD/ESCAP Meeting on the Management of Statist= ical Information Systems will be held from 14 to 16 April 2014 simultaneous= ly in Dublin, Ireland (Central Statistics Off= ice of Ireland) and Manila, Philippines (ADB headquarters) with both locations= being linked through videoconference facilities.
Paris and Bangkok, 23-25 April 2013
The Joint UNECE/Eurostat/OECD/ESCAP Meeting on the Management of Statist= ical Information Systems was held from 23 to 25 April 2013 simultaneously i= n Paris, France (OECD headquarters) and Bangkok, Thailand (ESCAP conference centr= e) with both locations being linked through videoconference facilities.
This page, which is part of the MSIS wiki, contains documents on all= the MSIS meetings from 2000, including papers presented during the meeting= s, list of participants and agendas. MSIS meetings consider issues related = to information technology governance and management, system architecture, a= ccessibility and usability. The meetings are prepared by the MSIS Organizin= g Committee. Meetings are organized once a year.