Trustworthiness, Quality & Value Award: 2024 winners

We are pleased to announce the winners of this year’s Trustworthiness, Quality & Value Award. The award is given in partnership with the Office for Statistics Regulation (OSR) and our media partner, Civil Service World.   

The award recognises excellence in the voluntary application of the ‘pillars’ of trustworthiness, quality and value (TQV) that stand at the heart of OSR’s Code of Practice for Statistics. It celebrates those organisations both inside and outside of government that go above and beyond in voluntarily applying the pillars to their work.     

Winner: The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) for the ‘HFEA dashboard’  

The team at HFEA has launched what is thought to be the first dashboard of its kind, bringing together data from licensed fertility clinics across the UK on fertility treatments and outcomes. The dashboard is useful for a range of users including researchers and clinicians.   

The judges were extremely impressed by the team’s commitment to trustworthiness, quality and value. They thought the dashboard was a groundbreaking tool that can help users make important choices.  

Highly commended: The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) for the ‘UKHSA Data Dashboard’ 

Building on the success of the Covid-19 dashboard, the new UKHSA dashboard was launched in September 2023, bringing together public health data from across England on respiratory viruses.  

The judges were impressed with the considerable cost savings made by the team while maintaining a quality output that is accessible to a range of users and ensures greater transparency around key health data.  

Ed Humpherson, director general for regulation at OSR, said: ‘The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority is a worthy winner and has created an innovative product for people interested in accessing and using this important data. We were also pleased to highly commend the UK Health Security Agency entry, to recognise their latest work to publish priority UKHSA data and trends.’ 

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