In December 2002, the Australian Government adopted a formal cost recovery policy to improve the consistency, transparency and accountability of Australian cost recovery activities and to promote the efficient allocation of resources. The policy is contained in Australian Cost Recovery Guidelines for Information and Regulatory Agencies,re-issued in a revised format by the Department of Finance and Administration in July 2005.
This Cost Recovery Impact Statement (CRIS) results from the ABS’ review of its activities against these Guidelines.
Outlines the summary of the review of ABS cost-recovery activities against the Australian Cost Recovery Guidelines for Information and Regulatory Agencies.
Outlines the background to cost-recovery and application of cost-recovery principles in the ABS.
|Design and Implementation of Cost Recovery|
Consultation during the development of this CRIS
Authentication from the Australian Statistician, December 2006
Attachment 1 - ABS Actual and Projected Revenue 2004-05 to 2009-10
Attachment 2 - ABS Pricing Principles
Attachment 3 - Assessment for Inclusion in the BIS
Attachment 4 - Determining the content of the AIS and CIS
Attachment 5 - Products and services in the BIS and SIS
Attachment 6 - Overhead Categories
Attachment 7 - Partially Cost Recovered Activities