Our assessment process reviews how well a set of statistics is meeting users’ needs, and the extent to which users feel consulted by the statistical producers about the statistics produced.
During each assessment we contact a range of bodies and individuals with an interest in the particular set of statistics – users, suppliers and other stakeholders. If we have not contacted you directly, we would still be very interested in your views. This page lists the statistics about which we would welcome your feedback.
We welcome users’ views about any of the statistics covered by the assessments listed below. Please click on the relevant Assessment Topic for more information about the scope of the assessment and details about how to send us your views.
|Assessment Topic (click on title for details)||Producer Body||User views required by|
|User consultations will appear here in due course||-||-|
This section lists those assessments that are due to start over the coming three months, along with those that have started and where we will be seeking users’ views soon. If you would like to be contacted by us directly to share your views about any of these assessments please contact us by emailing email@example.com
|Assessment Topic||Producer Body|
|Benefit Cap Statistics||Department for Work and Pensions|
Ongoing assessments (formal user engagement closed)
Although we are no longer actively seeking users’ views about the following assessments, there may still be opportunity for you to input into our assessment. Please click on the relevant Assessment Topic below for more information about the scope of the assessment and details of who you can contact to discuss how we may be able to incorporate your views.
|Assessment Topic (click on title for details)||Producer Body|
|Northern Ireland tourism statistics||Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency|
|National Insurance Number Allocations to Adult Overseas Nationals Entering the UK statistics||Department for Work and Pensions|
|Statistics on School and Pupil Characteristics, and Absence and Exclusions in England||Department for Education|
|Statistics from the Northern Ireland Crime Survey||Department of Justice Northern Ireland|
|Scottish Crime and Justice Survey||Scottish Government|
|Northern Ireland House Condition Survey statistics||Northern Ireland Housing Executive|