Reuse of administrative data

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New tools for the reuse of administrative data

The administrative bodies of the three federal levels can now document and maintain their data on the I14Y interoperability platform themselves. This means that cataloguing can take place at a faster pace. Furthermore, it is now possible to display content from other metadata catalogues in real time on the I14Y platform.

Criminal convictions of minors and enforcement of juvenile sanctions

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Criminal convictions of minors and enforcement of juvenile sanctions in 2021

Overall, 20 092 convictions of minors were passed in 2021, representing an increase of 7.5% compared with 2020. Convictions under the Criminal Code and the Road Traffic Act rose by 6.4% and 15.4% respectively.

Switzerland's tourism balance of payments

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Switzerland's tourism balance of payments in 2021

Revenue (foreign visitors to Switzerland) in the tourism balance increased to CHF 10.1 billion in 2021, standing at 43.9% below its 2019 level.

Public transport

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Public transport in 2021: goods transport by rail and accidents

In 2021, goods transport performance of 10.4 billion net tonne-kilometres was seen on the Swiss rail network. This is the highest level since 2016. Compared with 2020, the increase was 6.2%, and compared with the pre-pandemic year of 2019, it was 3.0% more.

Interactive and visual

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Expenditure of general government by function

How was government spending in Switzerland distributed between the different functions in 2020? What was the most money spent on? See the new interactive graph of the week to find out!

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Remark

Our English pages offer only a limited range of information on our statistical production. For our full range please consult our pages in French and German (top right hand screen).

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Open Government Data (OGD)

The FSO’s Open Government Data unit is responsible for implementing the Swiss OGD strategy for 2019–2023 in close cooperation with the Department of Home Affairs (FDHA).

In focus

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Experimental statistics

Experimental statistics are produced using new methods and/or new data sources.

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Demographic portrait of Switzerland

The new publication "Demographic Portrait of Switzerland" provides an overview of the latest data on the size, structure and growth of the population.

Statistics counts

The "Statistics count" website highlights the importance of statistics for all stakeholders in society. 

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Switzerland in 23 infographics

Key data are presented in 23 infographics covering all the official statistics topics.

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Monitoring of the legislature plan

The purpose of the legislature indicators is to observe the objectives defined by the Federal Council and Parliament in the 2019–2023 Legislature Plan.

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Sustainable development

As part of the UN World Data Forum, the FSO and the ARE have invited five Swiss personalities from different backgrounds and from all language regions to speak.

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Multi-annual programme

The Confederation’s statistical multi-annual programme sets out the Federal Council’s guidelines for official statistics for the legislative period up to 2023 and provides an overview of the strategic goals, priorities and activities for all government offices.

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Artificial Intelligence

At its meeting on 25.08.2021, the Federal Council decided to develop a “Competence Network for Artificial Intelligence” (CNW AI). The corresponding unit for this will be attached to the FSO.

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