Australian Bureau of Statistics
1006.0 - Forward Work Program, 2012-13 to 2015-16
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The Industry Statistics Program provides information about the structure, financial operations, performance and production of Australian industries and construction activity. The information is used to monitor the economy and the business cycle, and support the compilation of the Australian National Accounts and Environmental Economic Accounts.
The program consists of:
The main clients include: the Treasury; the Reserve Bank of Australia; the Productivity Commission; the Australian Government Departments of: Resources, Energy and Tourism; Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education; Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities; as well as Geoscience Australia; the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences; Bureau of Meteorology; State and Territory agencies; industry organisations and associations; and financial and academic institutions.
As the program outputs are a key input to the Australian National Accounts and Environmental Economic Accounts, they are widely used for economic monitoring and forecasting.
Construction statistics are used for construction industry, finance and investment sector analysis; and in understanding population change, an essential input to regional planning.
The main outputs of the program are:
Other outputs include statistical data releases for Australian Industry such as:
Quarterly releases are:
Specific user requirements (e.g. more detail for industry and/or data items) are available by request.
The main medium-term developments in the program are to:
Industry & Productivity Statistics Branch
This page last updated 8 August 2012
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