The strategy identifies a set of targets Statistics Denmark will strive to achieve by 2020. It also pinpoints the main areas of action of our work.
Statistics Denmark delivers knowledge, which underpins decisions, debate, and research. Our goal in the coming years is to transform the institution into an extrovert data- and knowledge generator, which strengthens the common understanding of societal phenomena.
Big Data is the effect of the accelerating digitisation, which means that individuals as well as enterprises leave behind electronic footprints while performing a vast number of more or less standard and everyday actions.
Statistics Denmark’s Strategy 2022 stipulates that an action plan for utilisation of Big Data must be prepared in the strategy period.
Statistics Denmark’s Big Data Strategy will focus mainly on the application of data in relation to existing statistics and on forming data partnerships with others for the purpose of improving existing sources for the official statistics.
Statistics are only valuable, when they are trustworthy, comparable internationally, and timely.
The faster statistics are made public, the better the knowledge we have of society – a society in constant development. The times need numbers, and numbers must be there on time.
Statistics Denmark´s communication and dissemination strategy sets out the principles of how to communicate with our target groups and gives an outline of the general strategies and objectives for our communication with the surrounding world.
The communication and dissemination strategy is one important element in realising Strategy 2020 where it is laid down that Statistics Denmark must participate more actively in public debates and adapt services to the new and changing needs of users.
Statistics Denmark is a professionally independent institution that develops, produces and disseminates statistics about society. Statistics Denmark’s policy is to work according to sound methodology and appropriate statistical procedures and with impartiality and objectivity while assuring statistical confidentiality. Our aim is to produce statistics that are accurate and reliable, coherent and comparable.
At Statistics Denmark data are subject to revisions in the published figures in accordance with the Code of Practice for the European Statistics, Quality As-surance Framework of the European Statistical System (QAF) and the ESS guidelines on revision policy for PEEIs. This implies that the revisions follow common procedures and principles, and that the revision policies for the individual statistics are public.
This document describes the general principles and procedures for revisions of data in Statistics Denmark. The relevant quality declarations contain revision policies for the individual statistics
The dissemination policy of Statistics Denmark is based on the principles governing: Independence, accessibility, trustworthiness and reliability – and with the objective of creating, to the greatest possible extent, coherence and relevance for the users.
The ESS is the partnership between the Community statistical authority, which is the Commission (Eurostat), and the national statistical institutes (NSIs) and other national authorities responsible in each Member State for the development, production and dissemination of European statistics. This Partnership also includes the EEA and EFTA countries.
The ESS also coordinates its work with candidate countries, and at European level with other Commission services, agencies and the ECB and international organisations such as OECD, the UN, the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.
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