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This wiki provides a "one-stop shop" for access to information= about the standards necessary for the modernisation of official statistics= . It is an initiative of the H= igh-Level Group for the Modernisation of Statistical Production and Service= s (HLG).
The standards referenced here are cross-cutting, supporting the modernis= ation of all types of statistical production, and are endorsed by the HLG. = For domain-specific standards, please see the Global Inventory of Statistical Standards.
The GSBPM describes and de= fines the set of business processes needed to produce official statistics. = It provides a standard framework and harmonised terminology to help statist= ical organisations to modernise their statistical production processes, as = well as to share methods and components.
The GSIM is a reference framework of informat= ion objects, which enables generic descriptions of the definition, manageme= nt and use of data and metadata throughout the statistical production proce= ss. It provides a set of standardized, consistently described information o= bjects, which are the inputs and outputs in the design and production of st= atistics. As a reference framework, GSIM helps to explain significant relat= ionships among the entities involved in statistical production, and can be = used to guide the development and use of consistent implementation standard= s or specifications.
CSPA builds on existing standards such as the GSBPM and the GSIM to crea= te an agreed set of common principles and standards designed to promote gre= ater interoperability within and between statistical organizations. It prov= ides the =E2=80=9Cindustry architecture=E2=80=9D for official statistics.= p>
DDI is an initiative to create an international standard for descri= bing data from the social, behavioral, and economic sciences. The DDI = metadata specification now supports the entire research data life cycle. DD= I metadata accompanies and enables data conceptualization, collection, proc= essing, distribution, discovery, analysis, repurposing, and archiving.