1301.0 - Year Book Australia, 2004  
ARCHIVED ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 27/02/2004   
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ABS publications

Australian System of National Accounts (5204.0)

Business Operations and Industry Performance, Australia (8140.0)

Business Use of Information Technology, Australia (8129.0)

Government Use of Information Technology, Australia (8119.0)

Household Use of Information Technology, Australia (8146.0)

Information Technology, Australia (8126.0)

Internet Activity, Australia (8153.0)

Measures of a Knowledge-based Economy and Society, Australia (1377.0)

Use of Information Technology on Farms, Australia (8150.0)

Other publications

Australian Postal Corporation, trading as: Australia Post, Annual Report

National Office for the Information Economy, Current State of Play - A quarterly information economy statistical report (available from its web site <http://www.noie.gov.au>)

Web sites

Australian Bureau of Statistics, <https://www.abs.gov.au>, for Information Technology Statistics Theme Page, select Themes from menu on the home page.

Australian Communications Authority (ACA), <http://www.aca.gov.au>. The ACA is responsible for regulating telecommunications and radio communications. It licenses telecommunications carriers and monitors service performance and quality.

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), <http://www.accc.gov.au>. The ACCC administers the Trade Practices Act 1974 (Cwlth) and the Prices Surveillance Act 1983 (Cwlth). Its telecommunications group has prime responsibility for administering the Commission's functions for competition and economic regulation of telecommunications.

Australian Information Industries Association (AIIA), <http://www.aiia.com.au>. The AIIA is responsible for leading and representing the information industry to maximise the potential of the Australian economy.

Australian Government Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts (DCITA), <http://www.dcita.gov.au>. DCITA is responsible for providing strategic advice and professional support to the Australian Government on a wide range of significant policy areas including broadcasting and on-line regulation, post, telecommunications and information and communications technology.

National Office for the Information Economy (NOIE), <http://www.noie.gov.au>. NOIE is Australia's leading Australian Government agency for information economy issues. It is responsible for developing, overseeing, and coordinating Australian Government policy on electronic commerce, online services and the Internet.

Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman (TIO), <http://www.tio.com.au/>. The TIO is an industry funded scheme that is responsible for resolving disputes between telecommunications companies, small business and residential customers.

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