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Consistently describe the relationship between GSIM and GSBPM as ex= plained in the GSIM brochure:
From GSIM brochure:
What is the relationship between GSIM and GSBPM?
GSIM and GSBPM are complementary models for the production and managemen= t of statistical information. GSBPM models the statistical production proce= ss and identifies the activities undertaken by producers of official statis= tics that result in information outputs. These activities are broken down i= nto sub-processes, such as =E2=80=9CImpute=E2=80=9D and =E2=80=9CCalculate = aggregates=E2=80=9D. GSIM models information that flows between these sub- = processes.
Greater value will be obtained from both models if they are applied toge= ther. Nevertheless, just as GSBPM has been applied to date without GSIM, it= is possible (although not ideal) to apply GSIM without GSBPM, or an organi= zation-specific model derived from GSBPM.
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