The Czech Statistical Office (CZSO) is a central body of the state administration of the Czech Republic. It was established on 8 January 1969 by the Act No 2/1969 Sb., passed by the Czech National Council, on establishment of ministries and other institutions of central government of the Czech Republic.

Management and Organisational Structure - information on the management of the CZSO, the organisational structure, and a description of the Czech Statistical Council;

Key Documents - annual reports, legislative documents, strategic documents;

Quality management – the Quality Policy of the CZSO, the Commitment on Confidence in Statistics in the Czech Republic, provided products (outputs) and services, Activity Report of Information Services Units of the CZSO, polls, surveys, Management Summaries of the Audit of the Czech Statistical Office Statistics Methodology;

Activities of the CZSO - public inquiries, current and past events, conferences, collaboration with other institutions, European Statistical System, international co-operation;

Projects - survey of implemented and ongoing projects cofinanced not only by the European Union;

Public Services - a complete list of services with direct contacts for experts, office hours, orders, forms, pricelist;

For the Media - communication with representatives of the media, organization of press conferences, publication of press releases, articles, and background materials for journalists. Publication of journals of the CZSO (Demography, Statistika, and Statistika & My) and other publications;

History of the Statistical Office - a detailed description of the history of statistics from the 18th century to the present;

Awards od the CZSO - an overview of prizes awarded to the CZSO.


  • Obligatory published information

Official Notice Board - information on the CZSO publication of which is obligatory;

Information provided under the Act No 106/1999 Sb, on Free Access to Information – comprehensive information on free access to information – forms, instructions, documents, contacts, reception and filing of requests, key regulations, etcetera;

Personal data protection (GDPR) - information about processing and protection of personal data (under the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council) for web users, respondents, job applicants, recipients and users of services.