1900.0 - Data Integration Project Register, Australia  
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Projects:
Predicting the Value and Use of Urban Land
Farm-level Longitudinal Agricultural Dataset (FLAD)/Effects of climate variability on Australian farms
Agricultural Census to BLADE 2015/16
Energy productivity and business performance
Using Satellite Imagery Data for Agricultural Statistics
Household Energy Consumption Project
Land Accounts
Water Supply and Sewerage Services Survey




PREDICTING THE VALUE AND USE OF URBAN LAND

Commencement date: 30 March 2020
Project status:
In progress

Project Summary


Land is a key asset, but one that can be challenging to value accurately. Building on a government-academic alliance between The University of Queensland, The University of Melbourne and the Department of Treasury and Finance, Victoria, this project proposes to address this by developing a comprehensive, robust and user-friendly set of modelling tools. These will be used to study land use allocation, infrastructure delivery and government taxation revenue.

Benefits

The modelling framework proposed will benefit society by:
    Minimising risks in predicting property-related tax collections arising from land valuations;
    Providing a robust empirical base on which to develop policy advice to government to optimise land use, infrastructure and housing taxation; and
    Informing social and public policy, particularly for planning and urban design.


DatasetData Custodian

Business Longitudinal Analysis Data Environment (BLADE)

- Indicative data items (e.g. State, ANZIC) (2001-02 to 2016-17)
- Business Characteristics Survey (2005-06 to 2016-17)

- Business Activity Statement (2001-02 to 2016-17)
- Pay As You Go (2001-02 to 2016-17)
- Business Income Tax (2001-02 to 2016-17)
Australian Bureau of Statistics

- Australian Bureau of Statistics


- Australian Taxation Office

Integrated Property and Sales Valuation (PSV) and Planning and Permit Application (PPARS) dataset (2011-2018)Department of Treasury and Finance, Victoria
Valuer-General Victoria
Department of Land, Water and Planning, Victoria




FARM-LEVEL LONGITUDINAL AGRICULTURAL DATASET (FLAD)/EFFECTS OF CLIMATE VARIABILITY ON AUSTRALIAN FARMS

Commencement date: 21/06/2019
Project status: In progress

Project Summary

This project will integrate government data on Australian agricultural businesses (farms) to establish an enduring data asset which could be used to inform a range of agricultural and environmental issues. For this project, the dataset will be used to develop new insights on the effects of climate variability and climate change on farms.

Benefits

Analysis of the integrated dataset could help to improve government drought policy programs and/or support development of private drought insurance markets. More effective drought policy programs would help to better target policy interventions to farmers in the most need and most likely to benefit in the long-term.


DatasetData Custodian

Farm-level Longitudinal Agricultural Dataset (FLAD) (2005/06 – 2016/17)Australian Bureau of Statistics

Business Longitudinal Analysis Data Environment (BLADE)

- ABS Business Register (2005/06 to 2016/17)

- Business Activity Statement (BAS) (2005/06 to 2016/17)
- Business Income Tax (BIT) (2005/06 to 2016/17)
- Pay As You Go (PAYG) (2005/06 to 2016/17)
Australian Bureau of Statistics

- Australian Bureau of Statistics

- Australian Taxation Office

Climate data 2005/06 to 2016/17 (publically available)Bureau of Meteorology




AGRICULTURAL CENSUS TO BLADE 2015/16

Commencement date: 29/03/2019
Project status: Completed
Completion Date: 30/06/2019

Project Summary

This project integrated Agricultural Census data with the Business Longitudinal Analysis Data Environment (BLADE) to support the following projects funded under the Data Integration Partnerships for Australia (DIPA):
    1. The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) undertook analysis to explore the relationship between water availability and regional socio-economic and human health outcomes.
    2. The CSIRO undertook analysis of integrated data to support sustainable regional development in Northern Australia, by delivering specific insights for that region and developing methods for potential application to other regions.

This project successfully demonstrated that Agricultural data could be integrated with BLADE and the processes that have been developed will be used to develop a substantially longer time series of Agricultural data on BLADE. This data will be known as the Farm Level Longitudinal Agricultural Dataset (FLAD) and will include Agricultural census and survey data from 2005/06 to 2016/17. The FLAD data is scheduled for integration with BLADE in early 2020.

Benefits

The intended benefits of the project included the improved delivery of government services to citizens, reduced cost of government services, and enhanced capabilities within agencies to use data for evidence-based policy.


DatasetData Custodian

ABS Agricultural Census (Ag Census) 2015/16
ABS Business Register
Australian Bureau of Statistics

Bureau of Meteorology climate dataBureau of Meteorology

Business Activity Statement
Business Income Tax
Pay As You Go
Australian Taxation Office


Publications/Results

24/10/2019 - Project Results: Water and society, the relationship between water conditions and regional socio-economic outcomes

24/10/2019 - Project Results: Northern Australia, Integrated analysis for sustainable regional development



ENERGY PRODUCTIVITY AND BUSINESS PERFORMANCE

Commencement date: 14/05/2018
Project status: Completed

Project Summary

This project examined energy productivity and business performance by bringing together information from an extract of the Business Longitudinal Analysis Data Environment (BLADE) with information from the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting System.

Benefits

This analysis will allow the Clean Energy Regulator and Department of the Environment and Energy to advise on trends in energy use and business performance, taking into account structural changes over time.


DatasetData Custodian

ABS Business FrameAustralian Bureau of Statistics

Pay As You Go
Business Activity Statement
Business Income Tax
Australian Taxation Office

National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting System Clean Energy Regulator




UTILISING SATELLITE IMAGERY DATA FOR AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS

Commencement date: 01/04/2015
Project status: Completed

Project Summary

This project investigated the methodological feasibility of using satellite imagery data to supplement current agricultural information. The project also assessed the methodological feasibility of determining crop types from satellite imagery data.

Benefits

If using satellite imagery is found to be feasible, it will potentially reduce contact with survey respondents, improve the timeliness and accuracy of agricultural statistics, and reduce data collection costs.


DatasetData Custodian

Landsat 7 / MODIS Satellite Data (Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer)Geoscience Australia

Ground Truth DataQLD Department of Science, Information, Technology and Innovation

Bureau of Meteorology weather dataBureau of Meteorology

Soil and Landscape Grid dataCSIRO


Publications/Results

05/12/2017 - UN Big Data Global Working Group Satellite Imagery and Geospatial Data Task Team Report

19/09/2014 - Research Paper: Methodological Approaches for Utilising Satellite Imagery to Estimate Official Crop Area Statistics (Methodology Advisory Committee) (cat. no. 1352.0.55.144)



HOUSEHOLD ENERGY CONSUMPTION PROJECT

Commencement date: 11/10/2013
Project status: Completed

Project Summary

This project adds value to the ABS Household Energy Consumption Survey (HECS) by integrating household level electricity supply data via a National Meter Identifier where collected in both HECS and the Business Survey of Residential Electricity Distribution. This data will complement the range of detailed income, wealth and energy items collected as part of the main HECS.

Benefits

This additional linked data provides up to two years of historical electricity supply data to better understand longer term energy use patterns, which will inform energy policy decisions.


DatasetData Custodian

Household Energy Consumption SurveyAustralian Bureau of Statistics
Business Survey of Residential Electricity Distribution


Publications/Results

25/03/2014 - Microdata: Household Energy Consumption, 2012 (cat. no. 4670.0.30.001)
This product provides information about the release of microdata from the Household Energy Consumption Survey (HECS), Australia, 2012.

24/09/2013 - Household Energy Consumption Survey, Australia: Summary of Results, 2012 (cat. no. 4670.0)
This includes summary information from the 2012 Household Energy Consumption Survey (HECS) and the Business Survey of Residential Electricity Distribution (BSRED), Experimental Estimates.



LAND ACCOUNTS

Commencement date: 04/04/2013
Project status: Ongoing

Project Summary

Land as an asset represents a major proportion of Australia's national economic value and is involved in a significant proportion of economic activities. The Land Accounts have produced experimental tables including land cover by land use in both area (hectares) and value ($). Future work on land accounts will work collaboratively with other government agencies to increase the utility of a combined land account dataset.

Benefits

Complete land accounts provide an in depth understanding of how land is used across Australia. This is extremely important for managing the environment, planning of future cities, and understanding the impacts of a changing environment on the Australian landscape.


DatasetData Custodian

Cadlite spatial datasetPublic Sector Mapping Agencies

Dynamic Land Cover DatasetGeoscience Australia

Land valuations fileState and Territory Valuer Generals


Publications/Results

15/06/2017 - Land Account: Queensland, Experimental Estimates, 2011 - 2016 (cat. no. 4609.0.55.003)

27/08/2015 - Land Account: South Australia, Experimental Estimates, 2006 - 2011 (cat. no. 4609.4.55.001)

18/07/2014 - Land Account: Great Barrier Reef Region, Experimental Estimates, 2014 (cat. no. 4609.0.55.001)
This release presents the ABS' first experimental land account to demonstrate a method for reporting land use, rateable value, and land cover.



WATER SUPPLY AND SEWERAGE SERVICES SURVEY

Commencement date: December 2012
Project status: Ongoing

Project Summary

This project combines administrative data from the NSW Department of Primary Industries - Water, and the Queensland Water Directorate with ABS survey data. Outputs from this project are included in the annual ABS Water Account, Australia (cat. no. 4610.0) publication.

Benefits

The Water Account publication presents information on the physical and monetary supply and use of water in the Australian economy. The Water Account also provides information on the water use and consumptive practices of households and key industries (Agriculture and Water Supply, Sewerage and Drainage Services).


DatasetData Custodian

ABS survey data (Water Supply and Sewerage Services Survey, Energy Water and Environment Survey, and Rural and Agricultural Commodities Survey)Australian Bureau of Statistics

NSW Department of Primary Industries - Water admin dataNSW Department of Primary Industries - Water

Queensland Water Directorate admin data Queensland Water Directorate


Publications/Results

Annual publication - Water Account, Australia (cat. no. 4610.0)





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