Australian Bureau of Statistics
6250.0.55.001 - Technical Manual: Characteristics of Recent Migrants, Expanded CURF, Australia, Nov 2010 Quality Declaration
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CONDITIONS OF RELEASE
Use of the data for statistical purposes means use of the information contained in the CURF to produce information of a statistical nature, i.e. the arrangement and classification of numerical facts or data, including statistical analyses or statistical aggregates. Examples of statistical purposes are:
Use of the data for unauthorised purposes may render the purchaser liable to severe penalties. Advice about the propriety of any particular intended use of the data should be sought from the Microdata and Multidimensional data Access Strategies Section of the ABS.
Conditions of sale
All ABS products and services are provided subject to ABS conditions of sale.
CURF access is priced according to ABS Pricing Policy and Commonwealth Cost Recovery Guidelines. For details please see our CURF Prices page.
Accessing the CURF
Organisations wishing to access the 2010 CORMS Expanded CURF are required to sign a legal undertaking. This legally binds its members to comply with the ABS terms and conditions of CURF access. Before applying for CURFs, clients should read the Responsible Access to CURFs Training Manual (cat. no. 1406.0.55.003). Assistance in applying for CURF access can be found on the ABS Microdata web pages.
The ABS/Universities Australia Agreement provides participating universities with access to a range of ABS products and services. This includes access to the 2010 CORMS Expanded CURF for research and teaching purposes. For further information, Australian university clients should refer to the ABS/Universities Australia CURF Agreement page on the ABS website for an understanding of their entitlements under that agreement.
For further information please email Microdata and Multidimensional data Access Strategies Section or phone 02 6252 7714.
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This page last updated 29 September 2011