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Evolution of the Government Statistician’s Office (archived)

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This Q150 Statistical Story traces the history of the Government Statistician’s office from 1904 to the current day. It describes the type of work undertaken by the office and how it has grown. Many of the statistical and economic products produced in the organisation now known as the Office of Economic and Statistical Research (OESR) are available on the OESR website. OESR also conducts client-funded surveys and produces specific online tools for Government agencies to aid their decision making. Today, Queensland is the only state in Australia with its own Government Statistician, separate official statistical office and functioning legislation.

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Last reviewed 7 July 2011