Nick Vaughan on how ONS plans to offer a more complete picture of UK economic performance with more regular and more timely estimates of GDP.Read more on ONS unveils plans for monthly GDP
The ONS Economic Well-being indicators are designed to show the changing economic fortunes of individuals as opposed to the that of the economy as a whole. Here, Dominic Webber and Sophie Warnes introduce the new Economic Well-being dashboard.Read more on Beyond GDP: Measuring the economic well-being of individuals
Miles Fletcher reveals how ONS expertise helped the UK’s national news broadcasters to make their election coverage data-rich and statistically accurate.Read more on Informing the election
Mark Gautrey reflects on a very special field trip to Rwanda in which he helped to evaluate the country’s current progress in civil registration and vital statistics.Read more on Making sure that every life counts – ONS in Rwanda
The 2021 Census will be the UK’s first predominantly online census. For future decades ONS is exploring the possibility of a Census based on linking together administrative data supported by survey information.
Becky Tinsley on how ONS is refining its approach to gathering and using administrative data – information people have already supplied to other government bodies – to produce census-type outputs.Read more on Beyond 2021 – transforming the Census