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Website on Leading Practices in Statistical Information Systems

Index (Leading Practices in SIS)

Contents

 

 

Definitions
Interfaces
Data

(30 entries)

Practices
Methods
Function

(71 entries)

Location
Platform
Network

(1 entry)

Resources
People
Skills

(1 entry)

Planning
Duration
Timing

(10 entries)

Objectives
Risks
Motivation

(23 entries)

Strategies
(22 entries)

Information perspective
(3 entries)

Functional perspective
(11 entries)

Platform perspective
(no entries)

Community perspective
(no entries)

Events and programs
(1 entry)

Policies and objectives
(7 entries)

Management
(19 entries)

Information management
(8 entries)

Workflow management
(5 entries)

Infrastructure management
(no entries)

Development management
(no entries)

Project management
(2 entries)

Cost and quality management
(4 entries)

Applications & Services
(53 entries)

Information management services
(6 entries)

Application solutions
(27 entries)

Computing services
(1 entry)

Development services
(1 entry)

Project services
(7 entries)

Quality assurance
(11 entries)

Technologies & Tools
(3 entries)

DBMS, warehousing
(1 entry)

Development tools
(1 entry)

Hardware and networks
(no entries)

Procurement
(no entries)

Planning tools
(no entries)

Testing tools
(1 entry)

Standards
(39 entries)

Interface standards
(12 entries)

Methods
(27 entries)

Standard platforms
(no entries)

Competencies
(no entries)

Metrics
(no entries)

Service levels
(no entries)

The Zachman Framework (ZF) is a well-known classification system used to guide the development of Enterprise Architectures. It provides, in a two-dimensional tabular format, the topics that should be dealt with by architecture and other study projects. The right-hand side deals primarily with management issues, topics such as Motivation (WHY should the project be approved and funded?), People (WHO are the user communities to be serviced by the proposal?) and Time (WHEN will the various project milestones be completed?). The left-hand side deals with technical subjects such as Data, Function and Network. The vertical dimension deals with scope, from strategic concerns to detail specifications (the target audience also varies in this dimension from strategic planner to technology builder).

If you with to contribute to this collection of leading practices in statistical information systems for official statistics, please send an e-mail to technology.stat@unece.org. Follow the same pattern as the existing contributions have (title, description, hyperlink, keywords, perequisites & limitations, contact and source) and classify your contribution to one cell (or several cells) of the Zachman Framework.


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