64th ISI World Statistics Congress - Ottawa, Canada

64th ISI World Statistics Congress - Ottawa, Canada

The role of E-Government in the progress of statistical systems' goals (case study)


Mr Saeed Fayyaz


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    Sara Hosseini


64th ISI World Statistics Congress - Ottawa, Canada

Format: CPS Paper

Session: CPS 30 - Sustainable development goals I

Monday 17 July 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. (Canada/Eastern)


E-government is an emerging phenomenon that has been changed all aspects of the societies, and government authorities use this an interactive platform to provide services for residences, enterprises, staffs and private bodies in the more fastest and cheaper way. In the sub event of this platform, many data and information has been produce in line with the e-government missions. In parallel, the statistical system has been renovating and in the modernization process, the statistical body tries to rely more the administrative data rather than the conventional sources. Administrative data and Mata data are unavoidable main outputs of the e-government and as a result the statistical system has a close connection with the structure, the processes, quality structure, timelines etc.
In this paper the structure of the Iran's E-government and statistical system are presented and their connections is investigated. The E-government is a key for data governance and vice versa. To take advantages of the e-government processes in the production of official statistics, an analytic model is presented to be used by statistician and statistical experts to increase the quality of this mutual relations.