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Common Statistical Production Architecture Project
In 2013, the High Level Group for the Modernization of Statistical Produ= ction and Services (HLG) is sponsoring a project to create a Common Statist= ical Production Architecture. The aim is to make it easier for each co= untry to combine the components of statistical production, regardless of wh= ere the components were developed, based on common standards.
The project has two important strands. The first strand concerns the dev= elopment of the necessary architecture frameworks, whilst the second is con= cerned with practical implementation. In April 2013, a Sprint was held to d= iscuss what the architecture would be. The output of that Sprint was <= a class=3D"unresolved" href=3D"#">CSPA v0.1.
The CSPA Proof of Concept
The Common Statistical Production Architecture (CSPA) Design Sprint= was held at Istat in Rome (10 =E2=80=93 14 June). At this Sprint, the desi= gn work for the Proof of Concept (PoC) was undertaken. The PoC aims to= test the architecture and obtain practical feedback on it. It will experim= ent with some of the key uses of the architecture. These are:
The PoC will involve wrapping the five identified candidates as Statisti= cal Services. These are Editrules and BLAISE (Netherlands), GCode and CANCE= IS (Canada) and Statistical Coding Service (New Zealand). These Statistical= Services will implemented (in various combinations) into three hosting org= anizations (Istat, Statistics New Zealand and Statistics Sweden).
Organizations involved in the wrapping of one or more of the candidate t= ools will perform the role of =E2=80=9CService Builders=E2=80=9D and hostin= g organizations will perform the role of =E2=80=9CService Assemblers=E2=80= =9D.
The Build phase of the Proof of Concept was completed in mid September. = The Assemble phase in now being undertaken and will be completed in Novembe= r.
The latest version of CPSA was released on September 30 2013. This versi= on takes into account: