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The following is a summary of major government entities, that provide resources and services supporting Australian businesses. BusinessFinance.com.au does not endorse any of these parties, they are listed for reference purposes only for our users.
The ABS is the official statistical organisation of Australia. It provides a broad range of economic, environmental and social statistics. This information assists decision making within both the public and private sectors.www.abs.gov.au
A government program aimed at allowing businesses to share information with government more efficiently. It consists of a national identifier for businesses (Australian business numbers or ABN), single and secure log in (AUSkey), standard reporting technology (Standard Business Reporting) and dictionary of standardised government terms and definitions (Australian Reporting Dictionary).www.abr.gov.au
ASIC is the regulator of corporate, markets and financial services in Australia. The aim of this government group is to ensure Australia's markets are fair and transparent and supported by confident and informed investors and consumers. This regulation covers both corporate entities and the individuals who operate in these relevant industries.www.asic.gov.au
The responsibility of the ASBC is to support Australian small businesses. This assistance is provided in the form of information, dispute resolution services and representing small business to government. In addition the ASBC works with industry and government to encourage a consistent and coordinated approach to Australian small business affairs.www.asbc.gov.au
The ATO is the main revenue collection body for the Australian government. The operations of the ATO are administered within the responsibility of the federal Treasurer. These operations include the management of the federal taxation system and superannuation legislation. From a business perspective the ATO collects income tax, goods and services tax (GST) and other federal taxes.www.ato.gov.au
The business.gov.au website is an internet resource supporting the entire Australian business community. It provides extensive information, forms and services for businesses, covering a broad range of relevant topics. Services include a number of free tools and information about planning, starting and growing a business.www.business.gov.au
The mission of the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science is to enable growth and productivity for globally competitive industries. To achieve this the department is focused on supporting science and commercialisation, growing business investment and improving business capability, streamlining regulation and building a high performance organisation. The objectives support key elements of the government's Industry Innovation and Competitiveness Agenda.www.industry.gov.au