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Federal State Statistics Service
Федеральная служба государственной статистики
Agency emblem

Agency headquarters in the Tsentrosoyuz building
Agency overview
Formed9 March 2004
JurisdictionGovernment of Russia
HeadquartersTsentrosoyuz building, Myasnitskaya Street 39, Moscow
Employees23,000
Agency executive
  • Pavel Malkov[1]
Parent agencyMinistry of Economic Development
WebsiteRosstat.gov.ru

The Federal State Statistics Service (Russian: Федеральная служба государственной статистики, romanizedFederalnaya sluzhba gosudarstvennoy statistiki, abbreviated as Rosstat)[a] is the governmental statistics agency in Russia.[2]

Since 2017, it is again part of the Ministry of Economic Development, having switched several times in the previous decades between that ministry and being directly controlled by the federal government.

History

Goskomstat (Russian: Государственный комитет по статистике, romanizedGosudarstvennyi komitet po statistike, or, in English, the State Committee for Statistics) was the centralised agency dealing with statistics in the Soviet Union. Goskomstat was created in 1987 to replace the Central Statistical Administration, while maintaining the same basic functions in the collection, analysis, publication and distribution of state statistics, including economic, social and population statistics. This renaming amounted to a formal demotion of the status of the agency.

In addition to overseeing the collection and evaluation of state statistics, Goskomstat (and its predecessors) was responsible for planning and carrying out the population and housing censuses. It carried out seven such censuses, in 1926, 1937, 1939, 1959, 1970, 1979 and 1989.

House No. 39, on Ulitsa Myasnitskaya, Tsentrosoyuz building, home to Goskomstat, was designed by the Swiss-born architect Le Corbusier.

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Russian: Росстат

References

  1. ^ "Pavel Malkov" (in Russian). Government of the Russian Federation. Retrieved 17 October 2020.
  2. ^ "Federal Service for State Statistics". Government of the Russian Federation. Retrieved 17 October 2020.