Australian Bureau of Statistics
1104.0 - CURF Microdata News, Mar 2007
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 30/03/2007
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Importantly, the Step By Step Guide provides an overview of the roles and responsibilities for CURF Individual Users, CURF Contact Officers, CURF Responsible Officers, CURF Consultants and their Sponsoring Organisations.
The guide will be available to down load shortly from the CURF web pages via www.abs.gov.au>Services we provide>Accessing CURF Microdata. We welcome feedback on the Guide to our address <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
New and changed CURF Microdata pages on the ABS website
MASS is committed to continually improving its web presence for the benefit of its growing and diverse client base. This month, new information on CURF Security and Confidentiality was released on the website. Information about CURF Security and Confidentiality is available through the Frequently Asked Questions, on the CURF Microdata Entry Page.
Information on the Frequently Asked Questions>Applying for CURF Microdata page has been restructured and now contains Frequently Asked Questions related directly to applying for CURFs. When published, the Step by Step Guide (link)? will also provide useful information on this topic.
Additionally, the CURF Research Activities have been restructured to enable easier navigation through published research. The Research Activities are now listed by CURF, rather than by year, making it easier to navigate through references to publications and other CURF research outputs. This information on research outputs was submitted by clients in the Annual Renewal process.
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This page last updated 13 September 2007