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Review of nbs q1 2017 data releases

A review of the National Bureau of Statistics Quarter 1 (January - March) 2017 Data Releases.

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  1. 1. StatiSense REVIEW OF NBS Q1 2017 DATA RELEASES
  2. 2. The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) is Nigeria’s National Office of Statistics. Over the past 4 years, the Agency has had tremendous impact on the use of data for planning and decision making in Nigeria. The NBS is one of government Agencies the Nigerian people really have high regard for, especially that they have become very reliable in publishing of data and engaging with the public under the leadership of the current Statistician-General of the Federation, Dr. Yemi Kale. While the NBS is doing its best, this presentation, for the main purpose of providing improvement feedback, analyses NBS data releases for January to March 2017 (Q1 2017) based on its “Data Release Calendar” published on the NBS website. The published reports are evaluated based on the NBS Act 2007 and other international Codes of Practice and Guidelines for Measuring Statistical Quality. Introduction
  3. 3. National The NBS Act 2007 in Part VI:  Section 24 that the “…Statistician-General shall issue a Code of Practice that sets out professional standards to be followed by all agencies producing official statistics”;  Section 27 (3), “Each year, the Board will publish in advance the data to be produced together with date, for the release of the data and all data producing agencies including the Bureau will be required to have a data release policy to be made publicly available and they have power to impose charges for data products and services”. Evaluation Criteria International  Guidelines for measuring statistical quality, UK  Code of Practice for Official Statistics, UK RATING (SCORE) GOOD (3.0) FAIR (1.5) POOR (0.0)
  4. 4. Evaluation Criteria Framework Indicator Assessment Criteria NBS The Statistics Act, 2007 • Code of Practice • Data calendar guiding data publication • Data release policy Availability of the Code of Practice; Data release calendar Data release policy UK Guidelines for measuring statistical quality Timeliness & Punctuality (T&P) • production time; • frequency of release; and • punctuality of release. Accessibility & Clarity (A&C) • needs of analysts; • assistance to locate information; • clarity; and • dissemination. T&P • Describe any lack of punctuality in the delivery of the administrative data source. A&C • Describe whether data are accompanied by commentary. • Accessibility of outputs to all at the same time, according to a preannounced timetable • Availability of metadata • Indicator of the accessibility of the statistics on the website. UK Code of Practice for Official Statistics Protocol Protocol 1: User engagement Protocol 2: Release practices • Awareness of releases • Standard time and day of release • Change in release schedule
  5. 5. The NBS Data Release Calendar guides the publication of statistical reports by the Agency. The calendar is available at http://nigerianstat.gov.ng/information/calendar. Below shows data releases according to the calendar. NBS 2017 Data Release QUARTER MONTH REPORT Q1 January, February, March 48 Q2 April, May, June 52 Q3 July, August, September 47 Q4 October, November, December 56 TOTAL 203
  6. 6. 13 Reports 23 Reports 12 Reports The NBS Data Release Calendar guides the publication of statistical reports by the Agency. The calendar is available at http://nigerianstat.gov.ng/information/calendar. Below shows data releases according to the calendar. NBS Q1, 2017 Data Release FEBRUARY JANUARY MARCH 48REPORTS
  7. 7. NBS Q1, 2017 Data Release S/N Report Title Estimated Release Date 1 December 2016 HHK/Kerosene Price Watch 16-Jan-17 2 December 2016 PMS/Petrol Price Watch 16-Jan-17 3 December 2016 AGO/Diesel Price Watch 16-Jan-17 4 December 2016 Consumer Price Index & Inflation 16-Jan-17 5 Half Year 2016 States Internally Generated Revenue 18-Jan-17 6 Q4 2016 Petroleum Product Importation and Consumption 20-Jan-17 7 Q4 2016 Pension Industry Data: Registered Beneficiaries 23-Jan-17 8 Q4 2016 Electricity Generation and Distribution 26-Jan-17 9 December 2016 Monthly FACC Disbursements 26-Jan-17 10 Q4 2016 Financial Services Data 28-Jan-17 11 Q4 2016 Electronic Payment Channels in the Nigerian Banking Sector 28-Jan-17 12 Q4 2016 Nigerian Telecommunications Services Sector 30-Jan-17 13 Q4 2016 Capital Importation 1-Feb-17 14 2010 - 2015 Shipping and Port Related Activities Data 8-Feb-17 15 2010 - 2015 Registered Products Data 8-Feb-17 16 Fishing Output Data 2010 - 2015 10-Feb-17 17 Electricity: Invoices and payments from Gencos to Discos and Offtakers 2016 12-Feb-17 18 January 2017 Consumer Price Index & Inflation 15-Feb-17 19 January 2017 AGO/Diesl Price Watch 15-Feb-17 20 January 2017 PMS/Petrol Price Watch 15-Feb-17 21 January 2017 HHK/Kerosene Price Watch 15-Feb-17 22 January 2017 Transport fare price watch 15-Feb-17 23 January 2017 Liquified Petroleum Gas(cooking gas) price watch 15-Feb-17 24 Joint Admissions & Matriculation Board (JAMB) admitted candidates by State and Gender within Faculty 2010-16 20-Feb-17 25 Q4 2016 Gross Domestic Product by Output approach 28-Feb-17 S/N Report Title Estimated Release Date 26 Q4 2016 VAT by Sector 3-Mar-17 27 Q4 2016 External Trade Intensity and Re Export Analysis 10-Mar-17 28 Q4 2016 ForeignTrade in Merchandise 10-Mar-17 29 Crime Statistics: Prison Inmates by States, 2016 10-Mar-17 30 Crime Statistics: Prison Inmates by State 2011 - 2015 12-Mar-17 31 January 2017 Monthly FACC Disbursements 13-Mar-17 32 2016 State Disaggregated Mining and Quarrying Data 13-Mar-17 33 2016 postal services data 14-Mar-17 34 February 2017 Consumer Price Index & Inflation 14-Mar-17 35 February 2017 AGO/Diesl Price Watch 14-Mar-17 36 February 2017 PMS/Petrol Price Watch 14-Mar-17 37 February 2017 HHK/Kerosene Price Watch 14-Mar-17 38 February 2017 Transport fare price watch 14-Mar-17 39 Febuary 2017 Liquified Petroleum Gas(cooking gas) price watch 14-Mar-17 40 Febuary 2017 Selected Food Prices Watch 14-Mar-17 41 Q4 2016 Airline and Passenger Travel 20-Mar-17 42 2016 Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey V : Report on Women and Children 25-Mar-17 43 2016 Road Transport Data: Road accidents and Vehicle and Drivers license registration 25-Mar-17 44 Annual Abstract of Statistics 2012-2015 28-Mar-17 45 Q4 2016 Unemployment and Underemployment Watch 29-Mar-17 46 February 2017 Monthly FACC Disbursements 31-Mar-17 47 Q4 2016 Labour Productivity Report 31-Mar-17 48 Q1 2017 Online Recruitment Service Report 31-Mar-17
  8. 8. SummaryNBS Q1, 2017 Data Release No. Count 1 Agriculture Nigeria's Fish Production (2010-2015), Selected Food Prices Watch (Feb 2017). 2 2 Consumer Price Index & Inflation Nigerian Capital Importation (Q4 2016), CPI and Inflation Report (Feb 2017), CPI and Inflation Report (Jan 2017), CPI and Inflation Report (Dec 2016). 4 3 FAAC, IGR & GDP FAAC Disbursement (Feb 2017, FAAC Disbursement (Jan 2017), FAAC Disbursement (Dec 2016), IGR at State Level (Jan - June 2016), Nigerian GDP Report (Q4 2016). 5 4 International Trade Foreign Trade in Goods Statistics (Q4 2016), Merchandise Trade Intensity Index/Re-exports (Q4 2016) 2 5 Education, Health, Financial, ICT & Telecoms, Mining and Quarrying JAMB Admitted Candidates by State and Gender within Faculty (2010-2016), Registered Products (2016), Annual Postal Services Data (2016), Nigerian Telecommunications Summary Report (Q4 2016), Selected Banking Sector Data (Q4 2016), State Disaggregated Mining and Quarrying Data (2016) 6 6 Power Nigerian Bulk Electricity Invoices and Payment from GENCOs to DISCOs and Offtakers (2016), Daily Energy Generated and Sent Out (Oct - Dec 2016) 2 7 Crime and Pensions Crime Statistics: Nigerian Prisons (Apr 2016), Retirement Savings Account (RSA) Membership Distribution (Q4 2016), Number of Unsentenced Detainees and Overall Prison Population By State & Year (2011 - 2015) 3 8 Petroleum Petroleum Products Imports Statistics (4th Quarter 2016), Premium Motor Spirit (Petrol) Price Watch (Dec 2016, Jan 2016, & Feb 2017), Automotive Gas Oil (Diesel) Price Watch (Dec 2016, Jan 2016, & Feb 2017), Liquefied Petroleum Gas (Cooking Gas) Price Watch (Dec 2016, Jan 2016, & Feb 2017*), National Household Kerosene Price Watch (Dec 2016, Jan 2016, & Feb 2017), 12 9 Transport Road Transport Data (2016), Transport Fare Watch (Jan 2017), Transport Fare Watch (Feb 2017), 2013 - 2016 Shipping and Port Related Activities Data 4 10 Economy Economic Recovery Growth Plan (2017-2020) 1 Liquefied Petroleum Gas (Cooking Gas) Price Watch (February 2017) is wrongly placed under the Transport sector in the Portal.
  9. 9. Limitation 1) The following NBS documents are not publicly available:  Code of Practice  Data release policy 2) Time and date reports were published are not displayed alongside reports 3) Beside the “Downloads” indicator, other measure of accessibility such as “Number of web hits” is absent. With the absence of upload date and time for each report, “Modified” date as extracted from each report properties will be will be assumed as the approximate published date and time. For instance, the February 2017 Consumer Price Index & Inflation report was scheduled for release on 14-March-2017; according to the properties of the published report, it showed that the file was Modified: 3/14/2017 at 5:29:13 AM
  10. 10. FrameworkAssessment According to the NBS Act (2007), these two documents (Code of Practice and Data release policy) should be publicly available, however the documents are not. The implication of this is that NBS cannot be assessed based on its own standards and may be subjected to other measures. The NBS has a Data Release Calendar, which details all releases for the year. However, modifications made to the Calendar were not announced before or after. For instance, On January 6, 2017 the Calendar was assessed and found to contain 164 report schedules, when assessed again on March 14, 2017, it was found to contain 202 reports. As at March 17, 2017; the Calendar now contains 203 report schedules. Code of Practice Data Release Calendar Change in Release Schedule Data Release Policy INDICATOR RATING
  11. 11. Timeliness and PunctualityAssessment Timeliness refers to the lapse of time between publication and the period to which the data refer. Punctuality refers to the time lag between the actual and planned dates of publication. No.Report Estimated Release Date Status Date Published Time Published Remark 1 December 2016 HHK/Kerosene Price Watch 16-Jan-17 Published 13-Jan-17 No 2 December 2016 PMS/Petrol Price Watch 16-Jan-17 Published 13-Jan-17 No 3 December 2016 AGO/Diesl Price Watch 16-Jan-17 Published 13-Jan-17 No 4 December 2016 Consumer Price Index & Inflation 16-Jan-17 Published 13-Jan-17 No 5 Half Year 2016 States Internally Generated Revenue 18-Jan-17 Published 19-Jan-17 No 6 Q4 2016 Petroleum Product Importation and Consumption 20-Jan-17 Published 20-Jan-17 No 7 Q4 2016 Pension Industry Data: Registered Beneficiaries 23-Jan-17 Published 23-Jan-17 No 8 Q4 2016 Electricity Generation and Distribution 26-Jan-17 Published 27-Jan-17 No 9 December 2016 Monthly FAAC Disbursements 26-Jan-17 Published 31-Jan-17 No 10 Q4 2016 Financial Services Data 28-Jan-17 Published 27-Jan-17 No 11 Q4 2016 Electronic Payment Channels in the Nigerian Banking Sector 28-Jan-17 Not Published 12 Q4 2016 Nigerian Telecommunications Services Sector 30-Jan-17 Published 30-Jan-17 No 13 Q4 2016 Capital Importation 1-Feb-17 Published 1-Feb-17 No 14 2010 - 2015 Shipping and Port Related Activities Data 8-Feb-17 Published 7-Feb-17 No 15 2010 - 2015 Registered Products Data 8-Feb-17 Published 8-Feb-17 No 16 Fishing Output Data 2010 - 2015 10-Feb-17 Published 9-Feb-17 No 17 Electricity: Invoices and payments from Gencos to Discos and Offtakers 2016 12-Feb-17 Published 12-Feb-17 No 18 January 2017 Consumer Price Index & Inflation 15-Feb-17 Published 13-Feb-17 No 19 January 2017 AGO/Diesel Price Watch 15-Feb-17 Published 16-Feb-17 No 20 January 2017 PMS/Petrol Price Watch 15-Feb-17 Published 13-Feb-17 No 21 January 2017 HHK/Kerosene Price Watch 15-Feb-17 Published 16-Feb-17 No 22 January 2017 Transport fare price watch 15-Feb-17 Published 13-Feb-17 No 23 January 2017 Liquefied Petroleum Gas (cooking gas) price watch 15-Feb-17 Published 16-Feb-17 No 24 JAMB admitted candidates by State and Gender within Faculty 2010-16 20-Feb-17 Published 20-Feb-17 No 25 Q4 2016 Gross Domestic Product by Output approach 28-Feb-17 Published 28-Feb-17 No 26 Q4 2016 VAT by Sector 3-Mar-17 Not Published 27 Q4 2016 External Trade Intensity and Re Export Analysis 10-Mar-17 Published 6-Mar-17 No 28 Foreign Trade in Goods Statistics (Q4 2016) 10-Mar-17 Published 6-Mar-17 No 29 CRIME STATISTICS: Nigerian Prisons APRIL 2016* 10-Mar-17 Published 4-Nov-16 No Date Published is assumed as the last Modified Date from the properties of the uploaded report Related reported shows November 2016 as modified date
  12. 12. Timeliness and PunctualityAssessment No.Report Estimated Release Date Status Date Published Time Published Remark 30 Crime Statistics: Prison Inmates by State 2011 - 2015 12-Mar-17 Published 19-Jan-17 No 31 January 2017 Monthly FAAC Disbursements 13-Mar-17 Published 17-Mar-17 No 32 2016 State Disaggregated Mining and Quarrying Data 13-Mar-17 Published 12-Mar-17 No 33 2016 postal services data 14-Mar-17 Published 9-Mar-17 No 34 February 2017 Consumer Price Index & Inflation 14-Mar-17 Published 14-Mar-17 No 35 February 2017 AGO/Diesl Price Watch 14-Mar-17 Published 14-Mar-17 No 36 February 2017 PMS/Petrol Price Watch 14-Mar-17 Published 15-Mar-17 No 37 February 2017 HHK/Kerosene Price Watch 14-Mar-17 Published 14-Mar-17 No 38 February 2017 Transport fare price watch 14-Mar-17 Published 14-Mar-17 No 39 February 2017 Liquefied Petroleum Gas(cooking gas) price watch 14-Mar-17 Published 14-Mar-17 No 40 Febuary 2017 Selected Food Prices Watch 14-Mar-17 Published 16-Feb-17 No 41 Q4 2016 Airline and Passenger Travel 20-Mar-17 Not Published 42 2016 Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey V : Report on Women and Children 25-Mar-17 Not Published 43 2016 Road Transport Data: Road accidents and Vehicle and Drivers license registration 25-Mar-17 Published 23-Mar-17 No 44 Annual Abstract of Statistics 2012-2015 28-Mar-17 Not Published 45 Q4 2016 Unemployment and Underemployment Watch 29-Mar-17 Not Published 46 February 2017 Monthly FACC Disbursements 31-Mar-17 Published 20-Mar-17 No 47 Q4 2016 Labour Productivity Report 31-Mar-17 Not Published 48 Q1 2017 Online Recruitment Service Report 31-Mar-17 Not Published 49 ECONOMIC RECOVERY GROWTH PLAN 2017-2020* * Unplanned by the NBS INDICATOR RATING Date Published 31 Reports were published either on or before the estimated date in the calendar. 66% 6 Reports were published a day after their planned released date 13% 2 Reports were published several days after their planned released date 4% 8 Reports have not be published as planned 17% Time Published Report do not have published time. 100%
  13. 13. Accessibility and ClarityAssessment Accessibility is the ease with which users are able to access the data. It also relates to the format(s) in which the data are available and the availability of supporting information. Clarity refers to the quality and sufficiency of the metadata, illustrations and accompanying advice. INDICATOR DESCRIPTION Ease of Report reusability Availability of Reports in different formats, e.g PDF, XLSX, CSV, TXT, etc Report Download Ratio A measure of User likability of the report Accompanying Metadata Availability of metadata - Metadata help users to make appropriate use of the data Report Accessibility to all The accessibility of NBS report to all Report Dissemination Report dissemination for public consumption The availability of reports in other usable formats makes it easy for analysts and other Data enthusiasts to interact with data and conducts further analysis on NBS reports. A simpler statistic would have been No. of web hits; however number of Download of each reports also gives an idea of the likability/relevance of reports. The value is calculated by finding the difference between published date and March 31, 2017 and dividing the number of downloads by the value. Metadata is a set of data that describes and gives information about other data. (Wikipedia) Information such as Title, Summary, Overall design, Contributors, etc. give users better understanding about the report. For reports to have maximum effect on people, it must be available and accessible to as many people as possible. For now, NBS reports are more available via electronic means – the NBS website. NBS reports are disseminated to the public in a more engaging manner via Social Media by the Statistician- General & the official NBS twitter handles.
  14. 14. Accessibility and ClarityAssessment Ease of Report reusability  39 reports are available in PDF.  It is however difficult to interact with (by copying and reusing) some of the Tables in the report because they are in image format and some are too tiny or blurry to read.  The report for Selected Food Prices Watch (FEBRUARY 2017) could not be downloaded.  11 reports are available in Excel format.  The Daily Energy Generated and Sent Out October - December 2016 report could not be downloaded. Report Reusability INDICATOR RATING
  15. 15. Download Ratio Accessibility and ClarityAssessment No.Report Published Date Days* Downloads Ratio 1 CPI and Inflation Report February 2017 14-Mar-17 17 5236 308.00 2 Federation Account Allocation Committee (FAAC) Febuary 2017 Disbursement 20-Mar-17 11 3104 282.18 3 JAMB Admitted Candidates by State and Gender within Faculty (2010-2016) 20-Feb-17 39 5795 148.59 4 Nigerian Gross Domestic Product Report (Q4 2016) 28-Feb-17 31 4020 129.68 5 CPI and Inflation Report January 2017 13-Feb-17 46 2008 43.65 6 Foreign Trade in Goods Statistics (Q4 2016) 6-Mar-17 25 825 33.00 7 CPI and Inflation Report December 2016 13-Jan-17 77 2440 31.69 8 Road Transport Data (2016) 23-Mar-17 8 244 30.50 9 Internally Generated Revenue At State Level (JANUARY TO JUNE 2016) 19-Jan-17 71 1803 25.39 10 Federation Account Allocation Committee (FAAC) January 2017 Disbursement 17-Mar-17 14 353 25.21 *Number of Days Report has been available till/before March 31, 2017 While the most downloaded Report is JAMB Applications & Admissions statistics (approx. 149 reports/day), the Consumer Price Index and Inflation Report (Feb, 2017) has the highest download ration of 308 reports/day. The FAAC February 2017 Disbursement has a download ratio of 282 reports/day following the use of humor in communicating the report. This shows that communication plays a very critical role in the use & understanding of data. The three least downloaded reports are the December 2016 editions of the Petroleum Product reports: Automotive Gas Oil (Diesel) Price Watch (3.32), National Household Kerosene Price Watch (3.06), and Premium Motor Spirit (Petrol) Price Watch (2.87). Download Ratio INDICATOR RATING
  16. 16. Accessibility and ClarityAssessment Accompanying Metadata Metadata are fairly available for most Reports and could be extracted from the Methodology section of the report. Indicators need to be defined in Tables for ease of reference. Report Accessibility to all All reports are available and accessible on the NBS Website – www.nigerianstat.gov.ng. With the number of Internet Users and Literacy rate in the country, majority may likely not be able to access the reports – especially those in the rural areas. Accompanying Metadata INDICATOR RATING Report Accessibility to all
  17. 17. Accessibility and ClarityAssessment Report Dissemination The NBS reports are disseminated officially through their Website and Twitter handles of NBS (@nigerianstat) and that of the Statistician-General, Dr. Yemi Kale (@sgyemikale). Report Dissemination INDICATOR RATING The Statistician-General has done the most engagement in terms of dissemination and providing clarity on NBS Reports. More reports were posted from his handle compared to the official handle. The question is: “WHAT HAPPENS IN THE NEXT 5YRS IF A NOT TOO SOCIAL MEDIA SAVVY CEO TAKES OVER?” The culture of public engagement need to be entrenched in the institution for the sake of continuity of the current goodwill the NBS is enjoying and the confidence it has restored in official statistics.
  18. 18. Release practicesAssessment Statistical reports should be released into the public domain in an orderly manner that promotes public confidence and gives equal access to all, subject to relevant Legislation. - Protocol 2: Release practices, Code of Practice for Official Statistics, UK. The NBS data releases are governed by the Data Release Calendar, however there are no set time or day of the week for releases. There is need to establish a standard time and possibly a weekdays’ data release process for more engagement and productive feedback. Release practices INDICATOR RATING In addition, changes to the Data Release Calendar should be publicised for ease of tracking of reports. Whenever it is not possible to release reports as planned due to operational or data availability challenge, communicating with Users on possible tentative dates will further strengthen public trust and engagement.
  19. 19. SummaryAssessment No. Indicator Rating 1 Code of Practice 0.0 2 Data Release Policy 0.0 3 Data Release Calendar 3.0 4 Change in Release Schedule 1.5 5 Date Published 1.5 6 Time Published 0.0 7 Report Reusability 1.5 8 Download Ratio 1.5 9 Accompanying Metadata 1.5 10 Report Accessibility to all 3.0 11 Report Dissemination 1.5 12 Release practices 0.0 Aggregate Score 18.0 NBS Score in Q1 = 41.67%
  20. 20. Recommendation In addition to other recommendations;  NBS should develop and disseminate its Code of Practice and Data Release Policy.  Governments (Federal & State) must demonstrate their commitment to development by substantially improve budgetary allocations to all Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDA) involved in data production for the National Statistics Office.  Equally, governments should increase the ability of the Federal School of Statistics to focus more on the production of Statisticians.  Establish a quarterly electronic survey for User feedback in terms of data relevance and future data needs.  NBS should publish its reports in non-proprietary formats that is reusable by users.  The NBS to institutionalize the practice of engaging Users on its social media platforms and communication of reports in more understandable formats.  Synchronize report names on the release calendar with actual releases.  NBS to embark on officeshows with other Agencies of Government in creating awareness on the importance of data and make a case for MDA to equally budget for research and production of statistics.  Q1 reports are majorly Social and Economic reports, expand the scope of reporting to cover Environmental issues. This is crucial in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (which covers Social, Economic and Environmental Developments).  Collaborate with State Statistics Offices for spread of reporting, especially showing more of each State’s context in National Statistics.
  21. 21. Reference –  The Statistics Act, 2007.  Guidelines for measuring statistical quality, UK.  Code of Practice for Official Statistics, UK. Other Code of Practice;  European Statistics Code of Practice.  National Code of Good Practice for Statistics Office, DANE.  UN Fundamental Principles of Official Statistics.
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