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Australian Government Departments are required by the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 to ensure that online information and services are accessible by people with disabilities. There is also the requirement to make information accessible to those people with technical constraints, such as older web browsers or slower Internet connections.
Every effort is being made to ensure that our web site is accessible by rural or remote communities and for people with disabilities. However, due to technological limitations, it is not possible to make the web site entirely accessible in a cost effective manner. This limitation means that some parts of the web site may be less accessible to some clients.
Where any of our web products are not suitably accessible, the ABS in its role as Secretariat of the Ottawa Group will be pleased to provide the product in a more appropriate format.
If you experience any Accessibility difficulties for any reason, please contact the Prices Branch, Australian Bureau of Statistics via one of the following methods:
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Australian Bureau of Statistics
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Viewing papers and meeting agenda
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This page last updated 12 November 2019