Interview with new President of the Royal Statistical Society, John Pullinger: Part I


  • Author: Statistics Views
  • Date: 14 February 2013
  • Copyright: Statistics Views

On 1st January this year, John Pullinger took over duties as President of the Royal Statistical Society from Professor Valerie Isham (to see interview with Professor Isham, please click here). Pullinger’s extremely impressive career path has led to his current role of Director General of Information Services for the UK Parliament. Prior to this, he was Director of Policy and Planning at the Central Statistical Office, in which he was the project manager for the creation of the Office for National Statistics from the merger of the Central Statistical Office, Office of Population Censuses and Surveys and statistical units of the former Employment Department, the policy lead on development of the Government Statistical Service and responsible for international relations.

To read the interview in full, including further questions, please visit here.

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