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Public Sector National Accounts
Public Sector National Accounts
Public Sector National Accounts
Public Sector National Accounts
Public Sector National Accounts
Public Sector National Accounts
Public Sector National Accounts
Public Sector National Accounts
Public Sector National Accounts
Public Sector National Accounts
Public Sector National Accounts
Public Sector National Accounts
Public Sector National Accounts
Public Sector National Accounts
Public Sector National Accounts
Public Sector National Accounts
Public Sector National Accounts
Public Sector National Accounts
Public Sector National Accounts
Public Sector National Accounts
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Production of Government Sector Accounts Statistics Austria

Production of Government Sector Accounts Statistics Austria

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  • 1. Production of Government Sector AccountsStatistics AustriaPARADIGMA, October 2011
  • 2. Motivation & Goals of Statistics Austria  High visibility as a result of Maastricht  Traceability and auditability of methods & processes to meet quality standards  ESA 95 functional requirements (FISIM, constant prices, quarterly accounts, ...)  Data volume growth strongly suggested the use of a RDBMS in lieu of flat files and EXCEL spreadsheets  Processing time (elapsed time) up to 45h for mapping the financial accounts to ESA transactions  A scheduling and process management system to address the increasing complexity
  • 3. Production of general government sector accounts Merge sources, Original Data Set quality checks financial accounts public institutions Mapping to ESA transactions ESA Transaction Microdata Rule sets Selection, grouping (TKL, SS,..) Classifications Allocations & additions ESA Transaction Workflows „Data Sets“ Ancillary Selection of Datasets Authentic Data Set final version Government Sector Report & table production, SuperSTAR GESMES
  • 4. Scope and expected deliverables  Supports the full scope of the production process  Mapping of government closed accounts to ESA transactions using rule sets  Estimates, corrections, supplements: a configurable set of components  Metadata management codes, classifications and rules  Production scheduling and process control  Publication & Dissemination Implemented using PARADIGMA„s „Interactive Table Framework“
  • 5. Mapping accounts to ENA transactionsParallel data collection: paper and electronic questionnairePage  5
  • 6. Scope and expected deliverables  Supports the full scope of the production process  Mapping of government closed accounts to ESA transactions using rule sets  Estimates, corrections, supplements: a configurable set of components  Consolidation of NON S.13  Reconciliation with tax income  Consolidation of intergovernmental transfers  Metadata management codes, classifications and rules  Production scheduling and process control  Publication & Dissemination
  • 7. Estimation and use of supplementary informationPage  7
  • 8. Highlites  Supports the full scope of the production process  Mapping of government closed accounts to ESA transactions using rule sets  Estimates, corrections, supplements: a configurable set of components  Metadata management codes, classifications and rules  Transaction codes  NACE, NUTS, PRODCOM, ...  Production scheduling and process control  Publication & Dissemination
  • 9. Dimension ManagementPage  9
  • 10. Dimension ManagementPage  10
  • 11. Highlites  Supports the full scope of the production process  Mapping of government closed accounts to ESA transactions using rule sets  Estimates, corrections, supplements: a configurable set of components  Metadata management codes, classifications and rules  Production scheduling and process control  Provides scripts to define workflows  Automatic scheduling of jobs  Event monitoring and documentation  Publication & Dissemination
  • 12. WorkflowsPage  12
  • 13. Workflow DetailsPage  13
  • 14. Highlites  Supports the full scope of the production process  Mapping of government closed accounts to ESA transactions using rule sets  Estimates, corrections, supplements: a configurable set of components  Metadata management codes, classifications and rules  Production scheduling and process control  Publications & Dissemination
  • 15. Publication using SuperWEBPage  15
  • 16. Publication using SuperWEBPage  16
  • 17. Accrued Benefits ...  Significant reductions in the rule application cycle  allow the national accounts experts to try alternative combinations of methods and to gauge their impact on the results in "quasi-real" time.  Improvement in data quality (consistency and coherence)  statisticians are able to configure and document “check & test” routines  Versioning concept supports auditing of results  Scheduling system enables the traceability of the production process  Pervasive use of consistent metadata within the department  Authentic Data Set concept implemented - homogeneous dataset for internal as well as external users.  Standardized procedures to access national accounts data for authorized users.  Reports used produced using the capabilities of SuperWEB
  • 18. The way forward ...  Financial Transactions  STAT has assumed the responsibility to produce the financial ESA transactions  Improve the integration of yearly and quarterly production  Improve estimation of missing municipal data for quarterly statistics  Use quarterly data to derive annual national accounts  Consider the use of SuperVIEW for dissemination  not restricted to national accounts, but intended to used for a broad range of statistical results
  • 19. Dissemination using SuperVIEWPage  19
  • 20. Dissemination using SuperVIEWPage  20
  • 21. Rudolf J. BauerPARADIGMA UnternehmensberatungMariahilfer Strasse 47, 1060 WienTel +43 1 585 49 72 43Rudolf.Bauer@paradigma.net

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