2012 Royal Statistical Society Statistical Excellence in Official Statistics awards

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  • Date: 25 July 2012

The Royal Statistical Society Statistical Excellence in Official Statistics awards for 2012 have been announced.

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Two winners were recognised in the 2012 awards: one was the Ministry of Justice’s Analytical Services, for its statistical work following the public disorder of August 2011. The other was the Fuel Poverty Statistics team at the Department of Energy and Climate Change for its analytical work to support the Hills Review of Fuel Poverty.

The RSS Statistical Excellence in Official Statistics award, given jointly by the Royal Statistical Society and UK Statistics Authority, recognises excellence in the field of official statistics and the role it plays in policy making and informing the wider community. As well as excellent presentation of official statistics, it also looks for innovative statistical practices which have improved statistical information for users. The awards will be presented on 4 September 2012 at the RSS Conference in Telford.

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