A set of activities, which may be repeated, that describes the purpose and context of a set of Business Process within the context of the relevant Statistical Program Cycles.
The Statistical Program is one of a family of objects that provide the environmental context in which activities to produce statistics within a statistical organization are conducted. Statistical Program is the top level object that describes the purpose and objectives of a set of activities. Statistical Program will usually correspond to an ongoing activity such as a survey or output series. Some examples of Statistical Program are:
Related to the Statistical Program object there are Statistical Program Design and Statistical Program Cycle objects that hold the detailed information about the design and conduct of the Business Process.
This does not include statistical support functions such as metadata management, data management (and other overarching GSBPM processes) and design functions. These activities are conducted as part of Statistical Support Programs.
The official name of the Statistical Program
The general description of the scope, function, and goals of the program
The current condition of the program
eg New Proposal, New-Under Development, Current, Completed, Cancelled, Transferred to Another Organisation
A description of the precursors of the program within the organisation
Subject Matter Domain
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|Legislative reference||Any legislative materials, eg parliamentary tabling documents||0..*||Text|