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|Training material = title|
|The GSBPM and Related Standards|
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|Slides from a presentation given b=
y UNECE's Steven Vale at a workshop on Supporting effective use of informat=
ion and communication technology in population census operations, organized=
in Moscow, 16-19 April 2012 by ESCAP (Economic and Social Commission for A=
sia and the Pacific). Full details and other papers from the seminar can be=
found at http://www.unescap.org/stat/meet/Moscow-Apr2012/
The presentation gives an overview of the rationale for and approa= ch to industrialisation of statistics, explaining in general terms the need= for the GSBPM (Generic Statistical Business Process Model) and GSIM (Gener= ic Statistical Information Model). While the workshop was focused on census= operations, this specific presentation is not census-specific but is appli= cable to all members of the statistical production community.
Methodology of Data Colle= ction, Processing, Dissemination & Analysis
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