Public Governance and Regional Development

 

Government at a Glance Indicators

OECD, Eurostat, ILO, IMF

Programme description

 

 

Schedule1

Data and methodology

Contact

 
Transmission date
Submission date
Questionnaire2
Methodology Data frequency
No regular date exists (every other year). No regular date exists (every other year). Questionnaire COFOG
Guidelines
Annual govcontact@oecd.org

 

Note: The OECD Government at a Glance Indicators programme is based on a number of data collections, among those are the following:
Survey on Public Procurement; Managing Conflict of Interest survey; Performance Budgeting; Budgeting Practices and Procedures Survey; Gender and Leadership; Gender in Public Employment Survey; Compensation Survey; Fiscal Consolidation Survey; and, Open Government data Survey.  
Refer to Guidelines for more details on data sources.


     

 

Government at a Glance for Latin America and the Caribbean

OECD, Eurostat, ILO, IMF

Programme description

 

 

Schedule1

Data and methodology

Contact

 
Transmission date
Submission date
Questionnaire2 Methodology Data frequency
Not available
Activity currently under development
Not available
Activity currently under development
Not available
Activity currently under development
COFOG
Guidelines
Annual govcontact@oecd.org

 

Note: The OECD database on Government at a Glance for Latin America and the Caribbean presents information on the same basis as the main OECD database on Government at a Glance Indicators, but specifically for Latin American and Carribean countries.

     

 

Regional Statistics and Indicators

OECD, Eurostat

Programme description

 

 

Schedule1

Data and methodology

Contact

 
Transmission date
Submission date
Questionnaire Methodology Data frequency
October December Questionnaire ISCED
Guidelines
Annual GOV.RegionStat@oecd.org

  

 

1. When available, dates and timeliness requirements are only indicative and may be subject to change.
2. As often as possible, the most up-to-date version of the questionnaire has been included in this list, however, there can be slight variations from version to version.
In some cases, data and metadata are collected via Web Queries, online platforms and/or via SDMX and not via a questionnaire. In these cases, a list of data series requirements or classifications are made available.