Code of Practice for Statistics


Confidence in the people and organisations that produce statistics and data.

Trustworthiness is a product of the people, systems and processes within organisations that enable and support the production of statistics and data.

Trustworthiness comes from the organisation that produces statistics and data being well led, well managed and open, and the people who work there being impartial and skilled in what they do.

Ed Humpherson, Director General for Regulation, explains the Trustworthiness pillar in this short video.


Please help us improve our website by answering a few quick questions.