Organisations that voluntarily apply the Code of Practice for Statistics affirm their public commitment to the pillars of Trustworthiness, Quality and Value. Those that have published a statement of compliance describing how they apply those pillars are included in our List of Voluntary Application.
For more information on how to apply the Code pillars read our guide to voluntary application.
|Organisation||Statement of compliance||Date|
|HM Treasury: Budget Data Sources||Preface to Budget 2016 data sources (PDF, 0.49MB)||March 2016|
|Race Disparity Unit, Cabinet Office||Race Disparity Audit statement (PDF, 0.24MB)||October 2017|
|Scottish Fiscal Commission||Compliance with the Code of Practice for Official Statistics (PDF, 0.29MB)||March 2018|
|Department for Work and Pensions: research and analysis publications||Principles followed in the compilation of release of these tables||March 2018|
|Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government: Building Safety Programme||Monthly data release (page 11)||April 2018|
|Greater London Authority Group: |
• Transport for London,
• Mayor’s Office on Policing and Crime
• London Fire Brigade
• London Legacy Development Corporation
• Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation
|Code of Practice for Statistics - voluntary application||July 2018|
|Qualifications Wales: Vocational and other qualifications Quarterly*||Statement of Voluntary Compliance||September 2018|
|Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government: Improved Better Care Fund||Quarterly and end year reporting (page 26)||October 2018|
|Ipsos MORI: Workplace Pensions||Statement of compliance||December 2018|
*These statistics are now published as official statistics, and so the producer considers each principle and practice of the Code of Practice in their production and release.