An interactive version of AGIFT is available online for use.
AGIFT contributes to the discovery of government information and services online by:
It contains 26 high-level functions, each with second and third level terms, as well as non-preferred terms and related terms. Terms can be searched by function, alphabetically and via full-text searching.
In the thesaurus you will find:
For each term, the thesaurus shows:
This is the 3rd edition of the Australian Governments’ Interactive Functions Thesaurus (AGIFT). Changes from the second edition are outlined below.
AGIFT 3rd edition includes:
These new terms replace the earlier statistically related terms such as Census and Statistics located under FINANCE MANAGEMENT and GOVERNANCE. These earlier terms are now non-preferred terms linked to the new Function and Level two terms.
AGIFT uses the following standards to establish terms and relationships:
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The zipped version of AGIFT contains the html and .csv files that comprise the fully functional interactive online version of the thesaurus.
When downloading and using an electronic copy of AGIFT users agree to comply with the following conditions.
The User recognises that the National Archives of Australia (Archives) maintains the master version of AGIFT.
The User accepts that the electronic copy of AGIFT it downloads may be superceded by a later edition.
It is the responsibility of the User to maintain the thesaurus within the User's systems, and to make any revisions, deletions or additions to terms and definitions that are incorporated in subsequent editions of the thesaurus published by the Archives.
It is the responsibility of the User to monitor the Archives' website for new editions.
The Archives accepts no loss or liability whatsoever, arising from or connected with using or downloading AGIFT, regardless of how that loss, damage, expense, injury or liability arises. This includes but is not limited to any damage resulting from a virus, defect or error.
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'User' means the organisation or individual downloading and using AGIFT.