This lab seeks to help citizens navigate bureaucracy through the state’s development processes. It is the state’s main source of statistical data and socio-economic comprehension. Providing citizens with this information enables them to form a greater awareness and comprehension of the work undertaken by the laboratory as well as the statistical and economic data compiled and assessed. It also offers users online access to reports and data on the state’s: demographics; development; economy; environment and society. In other words, this is the resource for forming a greater understanding the state and how it works, and how they can best navigate it.
Other services the lab provides include: development aid management; tips on science and technology matters; energy issues; project cycle management services and more. The lab’s staff is comprised of experts in: economic development; statistics; graphic arts; computer programming; project cycle management and more. They produce papers and reports on: external trade; financing; national income; health; education and more. In addition, monthly reports are documented on the Consumer Price Index.