Please find herewith the draft agenda which also calls for input to the various conference sessions of the SDMX Global Conference 2011:
The next SDMX Expert Group meeting will be held in Korea from 27 to 30 October 2014.
The meeting will focus on a number of areas, including:
- exchange of statistical data and metadata actually taking place or being implemented between organisations;
- work being carried out by the SDMX Technical and Statistical Working Groups;
- software developments which take advantage of SDMX standards;
- progress of SDMX standards, guidelines and tools, especially the content-oriented guidelines and the user guide. The role of the SDMX global registry, including use case examples;
- the role of SDMX in standards-based modernisation of official statistics and related work being carried out by the High-Level Group for the Modernisation of Statistical Production and Services (HLG).
The meeting will also include a capacity building training session for statisticians and IT staff on how to implement an SDMX architecture for reporting and dissemination. The course will have a hands-on approach based on case studies related to the National Accounts and OECD STES (Short-Term Economic Statistics) data collections.
For more details, see http://www.oecd.org/std/sdmx-expert-group-meeting-2014.htm
Please find here the short summary report of the 4th SDMX Global Conference: “Global SDMX Implementation: Modernising Official Statistics”.
This conference took place in September 2013 in Paris, France.
Global SDMX Implementation: Modernising Official Statistics
The next SDMX Global Conference will be held from 11 to 13 September 2013 at the OECD in Paris, with BIS and Eurostat acting as co-hosts on behalf of the SDMX Sponsors. The theme of this year’s conference is the global SDMX implementation and the role that SDMX can play in modernising official statistics. The conference will respond to the information needs of statistical managers and SDMX users to implement and maximise the value of adopting SDMX in data exchange. National statistical agencies, central banks and international organisations will share their experiences and expertise using SDMX in the collection and dissemination of official statistics.
Topics to be covered in the SDMX Global Conference 2013 include, for example, the application of SDMX in concrete data collection exercises such as national accounts, and the associated benefits of data and metadata integration and streamlining of national and international data exchange. The SDMX Sponsors will report on the progress of the SDMX technical and statistical standards and on the improved SDMX IT infrastructure including the implementation of the SDMX Global Registry. The conference will also provide an opportunity for the participants to explore the relationship between the SDMX business process models for statistics with other related technical standards.
As the conference aims to monitor the actual and planned use of SDMX in national and international organisations responsible for official statistics, we kindly ask you to fill in the SDMX Global Survey 2013 under following link: SDMX Global Survey 2013
Please consult also the OECD website – Global SDMX Implementation: Modernising Official Statistics – for the latest information, practical details and conference agenda.
|SDMX Global Conference 2013 – Draft Programme|
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In the follow-up of the Global Conference 2011, SDMX Sponsors released the SDMX Action Plan 2011 to 2015. This plan delineates priority actions to be undertaken on:
- SDMX implementation
- Outreach and training
- Content-oriented Guidelines
- Technical standards
This action plan is based on the outcome of the Global Conference 2011 and on the input from the SDMX Statistical Working Group, the SDMX Technical Working Group and the SDMX Secretariat. The implementation of the actions will be closely monitored.
For further information: