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The Background of Department of Statistics Malaysia

The official website of Malaysia statistics agency

The Department of Statistics was established in 1949 under the provisions of the Statistics Ordinance 1949 and was then known as the Bureau of Statistics. The statistics produced at that time were limited to external trade and estate agriculture. In 1965, the name of Bureau of Statistics was changed to the Department of Statistics, Malaysia and operated under the provisions of the Statistics Act 1965 (Revised 1989).

At the same time, the statistical offices in Sabah and Sarawak became branches of the Department of Statistics headquartered in Kuala Lumpur. In Peninsular Malaysia, state offices were established in stages from 1971 to 1982. In the government organisational structure, the Department of Statistics, Malaysia is placed under the Prime Minister's Department.

Department of Statistic Malaysia Addresses



HEADQUARTERS



Department of Statistics, Malaysia,
Block C6, Complex C,
Federal Government Administrative Centre,
62514 Putrajaya

Tel : 603-88857000
Fax : 603-88889248
E-mail :
jpbpo@stats.gov.my






Johor

Department of Statistics, Malaysia
Johor,
Tingkat 14, Menara Tabung Haji,
Jalan Air Molek,
80000 Johor Bharu,
Johor.

Tel :
07-2253700
Fax : 07-2249972
E-mail:
jpjohor@stats.gov.my



Perlis

Department of Statistics, Malaysia

Perlis,
4th Floor,
Bangunan KWSP,
Jalan Bukit Lagi,
01000 Kangar, Perlis.
Tel :04-9771221
Faks : 04-9771223
E-mel:
jpperlis@stats.gov.my



Kedah

Department of Statistics, Malaysia
Kedah,
7th Floor, Wisma Persekutuan,
Jalan Kg. Baru,
05000 Alor Setar, Kedah.
Tel : 04 -7300360
Fax : 04 -7338412
E-mail:
jpkedah@stats.gov.my



Pulau Pinang

Department of Statistics, Malaysia
Pulau Pinang,
6th Floor,
Bangunan Persekutuan,
10400 Jalan Anson,
Pulau Pinang.
Tel : 04-2266244
Fax : 04-2299499
E-mail:
jpppinang@stats.gov.my



Kelantan

Department of Statistics, Malaysia

Kelantan,
8th Floor, Bangunan Persekutuan,
Jalan Bayam,
15514 Kota Bharu, Kelantan.
Tel : 09-7481752
Fax : 09-7482142
E-mail:
jpkelantan@stats.gov.my



Sabah

Department of Statistics, Malaysia

Sabah,
Level 1-3, Block C,
Kompleks Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan Sabah,
Jalan UMS,
Beg Berkunci 2046,
88999 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.
Tel : 088-484602
Faks : 088-484659

E-mail:
jpsabah@stats.gov.my



Melaka

Department of Statistics, Malaysia

Melaka,
7th Floor, Bangunan Persekutuan,
Jalan Hang Tuah,
75300 Melaka.
Tel : 06-2824007
Fax : 06-2839411
E-mail:
jpmelaka@stats.gov.my



Sarawak

Department of Statistics, Malaysia

Sarawak,
7th & 8th Floor,
Bgn. Tun Datuk Patinggi
Tuanku Hj. Bujang, Jln. Simpang 3,
93514 Kuching, Sarawak.
Tel : 082-240287
Fax : 082-242609
E-mail:
jpsarawak@stats.gov.my



Negeri Sembilan

Department of Statistics, Malaysia

Negeri Sembilan,
12th Floor, Wisma Persekutuan,
Jalan Dato' Abdul Kadir,
70000 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan.
Tel : 06-7655000
Fax : 06-7655002
E-mail:
jpnsembilan@stats.gov.my



Selangor

Department of Statistics, Malaysia

Selangor,
9th Floor, Bangunan Darul Ehsan,
Jalan Indah, Seksyen 14,
40000 Shah Alam, Selangor.
Tel : 03-55180400
Fax : 03-55180409/10
E-mail:
jpselangor@stats.gov.my



Pahang

Department of Statistics, Malaysia

Pahang,
7th Floor, Bangunan Persekutuan,
Jalan Gambut,
25000 Kuantan, Pahang.
Tel : 09-5163931/7
Fax : 09-5144636
E-mail:
jppahang@stats.gov.my



Terengganu

Department of Statistics, Malaysia

Terengganu,
9th Floor, Wisma Persekutuan,
Jalan Sultan Ismail,
20200 Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu.
Tel : 09-6223062
Fax : 09-6229659
E-mail:
jpterengganu@stats.gov.my



Perak

Department of Statistics, Malaysia

Perak,
3rd Floor, Block A,
Bangunan Persekutuan Ipoh,
Jalan Dato' Seri Ahmad Said (Greentown),
30450 Ipoh, Perak.
Tel :05-2554963
Faks : 05-2551073
E-mel:
jpperak@stats.gov.my


Federal Territories

Department of Statistics, Malaysia
Federal Territories,
19th Floor, Wisma KWSG,
Jalan Kg. Attap,
50604 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel : 03-22737133
Fax : 03-22745075
E-mail :
jpwpkl@stats.gov.my


Functions of Department of Statistic Malaysia


The main functions of the Department, as provided for in the Statistics Act 1965 (Revised - 1989), are the collection, interpretation and dissemination of statistics for the purpose of formulating policies for national development planning and administration.

Under this Act, the Department of Statistics conducts various sample surveys and censuses. It has also conducted the Population and Housing Census for the years 1970, 1980, 1991 and 2000 under the Census Act 1960.

The increasingly important and critical role of the Department of Statistics, in meeting the challenges posed by the growing demands and expectations of users, is in line with the tremendous pace of developments in managing and planning of the national economy as well as in the use of information technology.

Thus, the Department has reorganised its programmes and work procedures to enable it to effectively utilise its resources for the provision of better and more efficient services. The role of the State Department of Statistics also in the process of being upgraded to enable them to better manage and meet the needs of users at various levels.

Division's Functions



A. MANAGEMENT / COORDINATION SERVICES PROGRAM
 
There are seven divisions in this program :-
  1. Management and Human Resource Division
    This division is responsible for all matters relating to human resource management, administration and security, finance and accounting, printing and assets management of the department.
  2. Information Technology Division
   

This division provides ICT infrastructure and application system services to divisions and state offices.


  3. Research and Development Division
   

This division is responsible for the development of the research instruments, standard statistical classification code system, methodologies and appropriate statistical techniques in data collection operations and statistical analysis through research activities and provides consultation services.

 

  4. Statistical Training Division
   

This division is responsible for the planning and implementation of training programmes and human resource development in the field of statistics for the department's personnel.

 

  5. Data Coordination Division
   

This division develops, maintains and coordinates the database for the Economic and Social & Demographic Sectors. This division also coordinates the activities of the State Offices and Cader services.

 

  6. Corporate and User Services Division
   

This division oversees the Department's corporate affairs, sales of publications and undertakes all data requests and dissemination. This division also compiles general publications and coordinates statistical activities and acts as public relation with external agencies.

 

  7. Methodology Division
   

This division is assigned the task of preparing sampling designs and selection of samples for the surveys carried out by the department and also provides consultancy services on statistical methods and sampling techniques to other divisions in the department as well as to other government agencies.





B. SOCIAL / DEMOGRAPHIC PROGRAM
 
There are six divisions in this program :-

  1. Prices, Income and Expenditure Statistics Division
    This division is responsible in producing data related to changes in the country's price levels and inflation rates, changes in consumer's perception and business expectations. This division also deals with data related to household income distribution patterns, incidence of poverty and household expenditure patterns in Malaysia.
  2. Population and Housing Census Statistics Division
   

This division is responsible for the planning of the implementation of the census, analysis and documentation of data from the Population and Housing Census. Provides inputs to government and private agencies in formulating policies, implementation and evaluation of National development programmes.

 

  3. Demographic Statistics Division
   

This division is responsible for the preparation of Vital Statistics such as fertility and mortality rates based on records of birth and death registration, on current and projected population, as well as for the preparation of other demographic indicators.

 

  4. Manpower and Social Statistics Division
   

This division is responsible in producing data related to labour force, employment and unemployment; employment in the informal sector; wage and salary as well as internal migration. This division also compiles and produces social data and related indicators as well as conducts social surveys.

 

  5. Agriculture and Agro-Based Statistics Division
   

This division is responsible in producing data related to agriculture and agro-based. This division also processes, analyses and disseminates data related to agriculture which are collected from the censuses/surveys of establishments and non-agricultural establishments.

 

  6. Environment Statistics Division
   

This division is responsible for the collection, analysis and dissemination of environment statistics and the compilation of sustainable development indicators.

 



C. ECONOMIC PROGRAM
 
There are six divisions in this program :-
.
  1. National Accounts Statistics Division
   

This division is responsible for the compilation and production of National Accounts Statistics, especially quarterly and annual Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by kind of economic activity and expenditure on GDP by type of expenditure at current and constant prices and other National Accounts statistics such as National Income, National Income per capita, Consumption, Savings and other economic variables which is used as indicators of national socioeconomic condition and highly needed for the formulation of national development planning. The division is also responsible to compile and produce other main statistics related to the System of National Accounts namely compilation of Final National Accounts (FNA), Tourism Satellite Accounts, Capital Stocks data, Regional GDP and Social Accounting Matrices.

 

  2. Services Statistics Division
   

This division is responsible for the compilation of data for the services sector in the activities of distributive trade, information and communication technology, transport, professionals, health, education and selected services. This division is also responsible for the compilation of tourism statistics.

 

  3. External Trade Statistics Division
   

This division is responsible for the compilation of monthly and annual External Trade Statistics (import and export statistics).

 

  4. Industrial Production and Construction Statistics Division
   

This division is responsible for the compilation of the Index of Industrial Production and the generation of statistics from the surveys or censuses on manufacturing, construction, mining and stone quarrying industries.

 

  5. Economic Indicators Division
   

This division is responsible for the compilation of Input-Output Tables that shows the flow of commodity and industry; and economic indicators that consist of the Leading, Coincident and Lagging Indices which reflects the economic performance. This division is also responsible for the compilation of the Distribution and use of Income Accounts and Capital Account which provides macro economic indicators such as investment, saving and net lending/borrowing.

 

  6. Balance of Payments Statistics Division
   

The Division is responsible in the compilation of Malaysia's Balance of Payments estimates which comprise of transactions in the Current Account and Capital/Financial Account; and International Investment Position statistics which present the stocks of Foreign Financial Assets and Liabilities of Malaysia.



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