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28 September 2017

Committee for the Coordination of Statistical Activities

1. The thirtieth session of the Committee for the Coordination of Statistical Activities was held in Muscat, Oman from 27-28 September 2017. It was hosted by GCC-Stat.

2. Meeting documents were posted below
  • SA/2017/14
Report of the 30th session, Muscat, 27-28 September 2017
  • SA/2017/5
Report of the 29th session, New York, 6 March 2017
  • SA/2017/6
Provisional agenda for the 30th session (updated 20 September 2017)
  • SA/2017/7
Nowcasting techniques to improve timeliness and Powerpoint presentation
  • SA/2017/8
Global Network of Institutions for Statistical Training (GIST)
  • SA/2017/9
Adopting common standards and procedures for improved open data and microdata dissemination and Powerpoint presentation
  • SA/2017/10
CCSA's Contribution to the Guidelines on Global SDG Reporting
  • SA/2017/11
  • SA/2017/12
Agenda item 8: Coordination of international household surveys: A panel discussion
  • SA/2017/13
Multi-year programme
  • Special session on "Revitalizing Capacity Development in Data and Statistics"

Agenda for the special session (updated 22 September 2017)

Additional presentations: