Eurostat conducts two types of evaluations that assess Eurostat's performance in general:

Evaluations of the European statistical programmes

The obligation to carry out mid-term and ex-post evaluations of the multiannual European statistical programmes is contained in the Programme itself. The evaluations should assess whether and how the objectives of the programme were achieved and lead to some recommendations for improvements in the design and monitoring of future programmes. You will find below the most recent evaluations.

2013-2020 Programme

2008-2012 Programme

User satisfaction surveys

A precondition for any production of data or other services by Eurostat is the knowledge about user needs and their satisfaction with the data and services offered so far. Every year a general Eurostat User Satisfaction Survey is carried out, the most recent reports of which can be found below:

Domain specific results

Eurostat carries out evaluations in specific statistical domains. 

If you wish to get more information on the monitoring reports of the regulations for the production of statistics, you can take a look at this document