1001.0 - Annual Report - ABS Annual Report, 2003-04  
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Contents >> Section 6 - Appendixes >> Appendix 1 - Program Structure

ABS Program Structure, 2003-04


Program Components

Economic Statistics Output(a)National Accounts
International Accounts
International Trade
Financial Accounts
Public Sector Accounts
PricesBusiness Indicators
Economy Wide Statistics
Business Demography
Science and Technology
Agriculture
Mining
Manufacturing
Construction
Transport
Service Industries
Tourism
Environment
Statistical Consultancy
Statistical Coordination
Australian Economic Indicators
Rural and Regional Statistics National Centre
State and Territory Statistical Services

Population and Social Statistics Output(a)Census of Population and Housing
Demography
Labour and Education Statistics
Social Conditions Statistics
Health and Community Statistics
Geography

Corporate and Statistical SupportMathematical Statistics
Business Register
Business Methods
Analytical Services and Time Series Analysis
Economic Statistics Standards
Population Statistics Standards
Population Surveys
Dissemination
Marketing and Public Affairs
Client Services
Library Services
Information Technology Bureau
Technology Application
Data Management
Technology Research
Business Income Tax Data
Economic Statistics Data Centre
Executive
People Management
Financial Resources
Corporate Planning and Secretariat
Property and Facilities Management
International Relations
Economic Statistics Group Support
Population Statistics Group Support
Methodology Division Business Office
Information Management Business Infrastructure
Technology Services Division Support
Corporate Services Division Support

(a) The outputs of the ABS are generated using inputs from both the corporate and statistical support components. The statistical components contributing to each output are listed under the relevant Output heading. The support components contribute to both the Economic Statistics and Population and Social Statistics Outputs.


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