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USE OF ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

BOTSWANA

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Contents

National Accounts Data Sources

National accounts data in administrative records

 

Quality evaluation

Important Matters to Note on Administrative

Data

Memorandum of Understanding

NSDS

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National Accounts Data Sources

Main

sources

:

Administrative records;

Statistical methods: (Surveys and Census)

Estimation methods in the national accounts

departments.

-Balancing Item method

-Commodity

flow

method

- Benchmark ratio method

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Data from Administrative Records

Records

prepared and submitted to higher authority by mandates:

Government revenue and expenditure statistics (compiled by the

Ministry

of finance on government budget);

Foreign trade statistics (i.e., exports and imports of goods through customs);

Money and banking statistics (compiled by the central bank

);

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Contd. Administrative Records

II)Reports prepared NBFIRA

– Non Bank Financial Institutions Regulatory Authority

Reports

on insurance companies

(life insurers, non-life insurers, re insurers and insurance brokers

including

fund administration

business)

b

)Reports on

Capital markets

(Stock exchange, Central Securities Depository and Stock

brokers)

c

)Reports on lending Activities

(Micro lenders and Pawn shops)

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Contd. Administrative Records

d

)Reports

on Investment Institutions

(Asset managers)

e)

Reports on Pension funds and medical

Aids

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III) Tax

records

e.g. VAT, Excise taxes (processed by tax authority);

IV) Balance

of Payments

(Exports and Imports of goods and services)

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Contd. Administrative Records

V

)Social

security system

(Wages/salaries,

social contributions

)

VI)Mineral

Production Statistics

compiled by Department of Mines

VII)Exports

of Rough and Polished diamonds

(Diamond hub

)

VIII)Tourism Statistics

(Arrivals and Departures)

 

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Contd. Administrative Records

IX)Records

prepared for internal uses by corporations:

a)

Business

accounts of corporations that include the income statement, the change in the financial position or cash-flow statement, and the balance sheet

;

b

)

Quantity

and Sales information from large corporations (Fuel, Electricity, Water, Communications, Transportation etc...)

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Specific National accounts data in administrative records

Administrative records can provide information on production accounts and final uses of the government sector

the

financial corporations sector, the non-financial corporations sector and Rest of the world sector

.

Household sector data is not obtainable from admin data it need survey data

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Contd.

Government revenue and expenditure statistics, money and banking statistics and the financial information of insurance companies, pension funds etc.. can provide information on transactions of property income and current transfers between various sectors of the economy

.

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Contd.

Taking advantage of administrative records in the compilation of national accounts

requires a close working relationship with

the agencies that are responsible for those

records and the success depends

on the

compiling agency specifying

the details that are necessary for national accounts; the ability to utilize those records; and the speed with which the records are made available

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Quality evaluation for Administrative Records data

Key Aspects

:

Coverage

and reliability are high;

Timeliness is low

(

it

takes time to process

reports)

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Important matters to note on Administrative Data

Administrative data tend to be used more in Quarterly National Accounts (QNA) than in Annual National Accounts (ANA).

Administrative data systems

generally

designed with other objectives than obtaining statistics

,

T

here

may be limitations

in terms of coverage

, units, data definitions, period covered, and level of detail

.

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Contd.

Due to some limitations,

direct statistical collections may be preferred for annual data.

On the other hand,

the costs and response burden associated with a survey can be

avoided through effective use of Admin data.

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Contd.

An important type of administrative data for QNA is from value added tax (VAT)

systems.

VAT

systems collect monthly or quarterly data on sales and purchases as part of the tax collection process.

The

data may also be suitable for statistical purposes and are being used in an increasing number of countries

.

VAT systems have the benefit of offering comprehensive or, at least, very wide coverage.

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Contd.

VAT systems are not always designed with statistical objectives in

mind which in cases leads to

problems with regard to national accounts requirements on issues such as timeliness, timing, industry classifications, units, and limited product detail.

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Contd.

There is often a need for extensive interaction with

the tax collection authorities to understand the data, to produce tabulations in a form suitable for national accounts compilation, and to make adjustments to tax forms and procedures to better meet statistical objectives.

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Contd.

Other product tax systems may also provide data on the underlying flows of taxable products, such as alcohol and petroleum.

In Botswana data from administrative records is augmented by data from quarterly business surveys and annual business surveys.

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Memorandum of Understanding

Statistics Botswana and Botswana Unified Revenue Services (BURS) signed a memorandum of understanding (

MoU

)

in the year 2015.

The

agencies mutually understand that, subject to legislative provisions, information available to one agency, which is relevant to the

responsibilities

of the other agency, will be

shared.

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Contd.

The agencies recognize that the provision of timely, accurate, and relevant information about the Business Register, National Accounts and Trade Statistics is a vital component of each agency’s function to encourage well-informed decision making.

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Contd.

They mutually understand that cooperation on the definitions, collection, purpose of use or usage, classifications, on-going management and publication of information acquired from the Botswana Unified Revenue Service is desirable.

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Contd.

Statistics Botswana and BURS formed a technical working committee for implementing memorandum of Understanding and terms of reference were drafted.

The

technical committee will have the key advisory role to ensure the highest quality of the results of the activities are achieved.

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NSDS

The tax authority is to be a sector in the NSDS.

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Thank you

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