Central Bureau of Statistics Law and Legal Definition

The Central Bureau of Statistics is an independent professional organization that provides for the official, updated and qualitative statistical information.

The mission of the bureau is to:

a. perform statistical activities and projects regarding the State and its population, in the fields of health, wellbeing, education, economy etc., as well as on the subjects of physical, geographic and ecological indices; and to publish the results;

b. cooperate with State offices and other bodies in order to conduct statistical projects and to publish their results;

c. prepare, in consultation with the Public Council for Statistics, multi-annual general schemes for the statistical activities of State offices;

d. decide, in conjunction with the Public Council for Statistics and the bodies concerned, on uniform statistical classifications for the use of Government offices; and

e. collect and publish information on statistical projects that are performed or planned by or for the Bureau or State offices.