This new project geocodes data to let you see important information for your local area by electorate, directing you to the decision maker to lobby for each dataset. You can see all electorates at once on page load or you can click the geolocation button to let the browser focus on your local area.
Franking credits near me displays tax data for a range of variables including totaling franking credits received by individuals and from shares and partnerships.
Grants near me shows Commonwealth grants by electorate. Click on the electorate link through to the grants project to see much more detail on each electorate from the grants project.
Charites near me provides aggregated financial data from charities by electorate. Click through to the charities project updated welfare recipient numbers including both JobSeeker and JobKeeper by electorate with charity financial data aggregated by electorate to allow charities, advocates and decision makers to see the financial health of charities in each electorate and the number of welfare recipients they may be dealing with as a result of Covid-19.
Influencers near me provides payments to political parties (including non-donations) by area. You can see who has made payments to parties near you and click through to the donations project to map by donor, category (eg business, individual, trusts & estates etc).
The #AusGovInfo Reserach Community is a new initiative which aims to provide a platform to manage recruitment of volunteers (or paid help) to transparency projects. Over the long term I hope to build a community of people who work together and share their expertise and skills on transparency projects.
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|Moderate||Task No: 4|
Welcome to #AusGovInfo. The articles (and all the code & dataset cleaning, integrating & updating) are the work of Rosie Williams BA (Sociology). You can find out more about the site by clicking on the info button in the bottom right of your screen.
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This site contains multiple integrated transparency projects using open administrative data published by the Australian Commonwealth government and is the result of several years of work.
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FORMER HEAD, AUSTRALIAN BUREAU OF STATISTICS
I was impressed by the #Censusfail submission to this (Inquiry) Committee. It very clearly showed some good analysis that would have helped the ABS to run a better Census if it had done such research before developing the Census proposal. It also saved me from explaining the current thrust in government with the Government Data Linkage Project, and its likely links to the Census. Bill McLennan (Former Head of the ABS, Former Chairman United Nations Statistical Commission) in his Submission to the 2016 Inquiry.
FORMER DIRECTOR, APPROPRIATIONS MANAGEMENT TEAM, DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
Iβve worked with Rosie Williams on budget data transparency since November 2013. Rosie has developed her project into the best government data transparency initiative I know... continually updated and improved to make underlying data intelligible and to focus on key aspects for analysis. My interest has particularly been on the transparency of federal budget data.
FORMER SENATOR, THE AUSTRALIAN GREENS
We could hear from digital rights organisations like the Privacy Foundation, Digital Rights Watch and Electronic Frontiers Australia and from specialist researchers like Rosie Williams and Asher Wolf, who have led the debate online. (Australian Hansard)
A COMMUNITY INITIATIVE TO MAKE RACISM, BIGOTRY, MISOGYNY & CLIMATE CHANGE DENIAL LESS PROFITABLE
In late 2018, Sleeping Giants Australia, 'a community initiative to make racism, bigotry, misogyny and climate change denial less profitable', used data I provided to them on the parliamentarians who have accepted subscriptions to Foxtel in their campaign against racism. Sky took umbridge at this campaign and Sleeping Giants & similar campaigns have been the focus of media commentary ever since. My Tweet was pictured in a front-page diatribe in The Australian against Denise Shrivell who The Australian claimed is resonsible for the Sleeping Giants Australia account.
I launched the domain AusGov.info at Linux Conference Australia in January 2018, however this work is the result of years devoted to programming and transparency work beginning in 2012 and progressively expanded and improved upon over the intervening years.
The NSW Ministerial Diaries data (not currently online) was supplied by Nick Evershed and associates. The pecuniary interests register data was originally supplied by icacpls however for over a year I have updated it manually.
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The figures in this site are either raw data at line-item level or totals/percentages - which are the result of algorithms or joins (programmatic matches between two lists) - written by myself in MySQL, which in turn are based on open data provided by Australian government agencies.
This data ranges in quality between datasets, is updated at different intervals and is published to different standards and in different formats.
The data you see in this site is edited by myself (unused fields are removed, names of programs/agencies/entities are spelled consistently within & between datasets). Data cleaning is a significant job. Data schemas & other information is available here. Click on the dataset icons.
All care has been taken to represent every single figure accurately, however mistakes can be made either by the entity providing data to the government, the agency providing the data back to the public or at my end as I further transform this data for use.
It is important to understand that while opinions and inferences can be made based on the data on this site, that the data is not in and of itself an inference or an opinion. Inferences and opinions using data in this site remain the legal responsibility of the author of those opinions.
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There are two major datasets that this project is making use of, the political donations data from the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) and the Tax Transpareny dataset published by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).
The Tax Transparency dataset has been integrated with political donations data to show which 'top-earning' corporations are also political donations and show the amount each corporation has paid to political parties in recent years.
It is important to note that only donations that fall above the disclosure threshold are made by the AEC in machine-readable format regardless of whether political parties provide records of all donations received to the AEC or not.
The disclosure threshold was $13,800 in the 2018-19 financial year and is pegged to the CPI. I have charted the breakdown by Party of the gap between the total receipts of each party and those that have been reported and published by the AEC.
With the exception of payments excluded from collection or publication by the AEC, this donations project includes all payments received by political parties regardless of whether they are designated as a political donation, 'other receipt' or government funding (with appropriate labelling).
This is because I think a lot of people want to know all sources of funding received by political parties regardless of their receipt type. Having said that, it is worth pointing out that only payments designated by the donor or party as a 'donation' attract the legal requirements associated with donating to a political party. ie Payments that are not donations can be made by charities or other types of organisations without the same legal implications that those payments would attract were they designated as 'donations'.
Figures include donations, payments and government funding.
|TRUSTS AND ESTATES||90||$2.805M|
Donations aggregated over the past six financial years
|17||SHOOTERS, FISHERS, FARMERS||$0.663M||0.07%|
|32||AUSTRALIAN CITIZENS PARTY||$0.045M||0.00%|
|34||FISHING AND LIFESTYLE||$0.040M||0.00%|
|37||AUSTRALIAN RECREATIONAL FISHERS||$0.029M||0.00%|
|39||THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN PARTY||$0.025M||0.00%|
|41||BULLET TRAIN FOR AUSTRALIA||$0.024M||0.00%|
|43||MANUFACTURING AND FARMING||$0.020M||0.00%|
|45||WESTERN AUSTRALIA PARTY||$0.018M||0.00%|
|46||AUSTRALIAN CYCLISTS PARTY||$0.015M||0.00%|
Address information is not provided in AEC donations made by some individuals data due to privacy considerations. Location totals include only records where address information is available and payments or donations are above the disclosure threshold. Not all postcodes/suburbs have political donors. Figures are for the past six financial years.
The Australian Charities & Not-for-Profit Commission was created by the Labor government in late 2012. The ACNC then weathered attempts by the Abbott government to abolish it.
The ACNC regulates over 50,000 charities. Of that number, nearly 1 in 4 charities record a main activity as religion and enjoy tax breaks denied to secular organisations.
Education plays a big role in funding to Australian charities. Australian universities are among our 'wealthiest' charities due to HECS, assets and research grants/tenders received.
Religious schools also dominate government funding as one in three children are now educated in the private system. However it is important to note that comparisons between funding of privately owned charities such as schools and hospitals must be compared with funding to comparative government institutions in order to properly understand the system.
Government organisations can not be registered charities so funding to public schools and hospitals is not in the charities data. School funding is a program in the Commonwealth budget project available from the top menu.
Religious charities are also prominant in social services including aged care, private hospitals and relief of poverty due to their historical role in these functions.
This project aggregates financials across multiple variables, providing snapshots of the financial health of registered charities by main activity, state, country of operation and federal electorate.
The project also links ABN with Commonwealth grants, tenders and DGR data, providing a wealth of information on individual charities.
The level and scope of this analysis is not available elsewhere.
Revenue figures in billions
|2||PRIMARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION||4,177||$27.613|
|5||ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT||2,621||$7.083|
|6||CULTURE AND ARTS||2,486||$2.437|
|8||OTHER HEALTH SERVICE DELIVERY||1,697||$7.868|
|9||AGED CARE ACTIVITIES||1,281||$15.676|
|10||EMERGENCY AND RELIEF||1,280||$1.199|
|12||ADVOCACY AND CIVIC ACTIVITIES||981||$1.234|
|17||MENTAL HEALTH AND CRISIS INTERVENTION||590||$1.552|
|19||OTHER PHILANTHROPIC INTERMEDIARIES AND VOLUNTARISM PROMOTION||574||$0.578|
|22||EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING||486||$3.150|
|23||HOSPITAL SERVICES AND REHABILITATION ACTIVITIES||387||$12.400|
|25||INCOME SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE||227||$0.071|
|26||OTHER RECREATION AND SOCIAL CLUB ACTIVITY||202||$0.333|
|27||LAW AND LEGAL SERVICES||182||$1.195|
Figures from 2018 Annual Information Statements
Electorates are listed by the aggregate surplus/deficit for charities with addresses in that electorate. Some charities were not able to be assigned to an electorate due to lack of address information.
Aggregates are subject to the claims made at data.gov.au.
Estimated budget spending for the 2019-20 financial year at line-item granularity was published on 2nd April in the Portfolio Budget Statements (PBS). The only updates that have been published at line-item level across every portfolio since that date is the Portfolio Additional Estimate Statements (PAES) published on 6 March 2020. Several other Supply & Appropriation Bills have been passed since then (below) but these do not contain spending data for Special/Standing Appropriations which is normally 80% of government spending in any year.
Appropriation Acts 3 & 4 were published in the Portfolio Additional Estimate Statements (PAES) line-item CSV as per usual in March 2020 and I have used this data to show what was changed between the April 2019 data and the March 2020 updates. But the spending that has been authorised since March 2020 has not been released as line-item data.
Appropriation Acts 5 & 6 would normally be published as line-item CSV Portfolio Supplementary Additional Estimate Statements (PSAES) in early May, however this year the government has decided not to publish this information which means that there is no line-item data for the whole budget spend which includes any estimate of what the Covid stimulus and related spending will amount to for either the 2019-20 or 2020-21 financial years.
This is because the government has refused to release the PSAES and delayed the release of PBS whenever the government decides to hold budget night in 2021. According to the Agency Accounting & Budget Framework Team: 'The intent is that this this will be picked up in the 2020-21 PB Statements but as part of the 2019-20 Estimated Actual figures'.
The Agency Accounting & Budget Framework Team has provided the following response to my enquiry regarding the publication of up-to-date budget spending:'No 2019-20 Portfolio Supplementary Additional Estimates Statements will be published this time around due to unique circumstances Covid-19 presented. The intent is that this this will be picked up in the 2020-21 PB Statements but as part of the 2019-20 Estimated Actual figures.' (28 May, 2020)
|1||1.4 General Revenue Assistance||69.053B|
|2||1.6 Income Support for Seniors||48.342B|
|3||1.1 Department of the Treasury||36.906B|
|4||4.1 Medical Benefits||25.557B|
|5||1.5 Assistance to the States for Healthcare Services||22.535B|
|6||6.2 Aged Care Services||20.112B|
|7||1.1 Family Tax Benefit||18.030B|
|8||1.1 Australian Office of Financial Management||17.834B|
|9||1.8 Income Support for People with Disability||17.111B|
|10||1.10 Working Age Payments||16.475B|
|11||1.1 Reasonable and necessary support for participants||16.262B|
|12||1.4 NonGovernment Schools National Support||12.616B|
|13||4.3 Pharmaceutical Benefits||12.023B|
|14||1.9 National Partnership Payments to the States||9.735B|
|15||1.9 Income Support for Carers||9.237B|
|17||2.7 Public Sector Superannuation||8.357B|
|18||1.3 Government Schools National Support||8.326B|
|19||1.2 Child Care Subsidy||8.267B|
|20||2.6 Army Capabilities||7.658B|
|21||2.7 Air Force Capabilities||7.551B|
|22||1.7 Fuel Tax Credit Scheme||7.504B|
|23||1.17 Bad and Doubtful Debts and Remissions||7.475B|
|24||2.1 Commonwealth Grant Scheme||7.212B|
|25||2.5 Navy Capabilities||6.638B|
|26||4.4 Private Health Insurance||6.336B|
|27||2.10 Estate and Infrastructure||5.266B|
|28||2.15 Defence Force Superannuation Nominal Interest||4.442B|
|29||1.1 Services to the Community Social Security and Welfare||3.785B|
|30||1.1 Australian Taxation Office||3.559B|
|31||1.2 Official Development Assistance||3.411B|
|32||2 Official Development Assistance||3.411B|
|33||2.2 Paid Parental Leave||2.764B|
|34||1.11 Student Payments||2.626B|
|35||1.1 Digital Technologies and Communications Services||2.624B|
|36||2.8 Australian Government Investment Funds||2.249B|
|37||1.10 Research and Development Tax Incentive||2.237B|
|38||1.1 Veterans Income Support and Allowances||2.159B|
|39||1.3 Child Support||2.129B|
|40||2.4 Joint Capabilities Group||2.051B|
|41||2.5 Investment in Higher Education Research||1.938B|
|42||2.11 Chief Information Officer||1.718B|
|43||1.2 Veterans Disability Support||1.567B|
|44||1.8 Assistance to the States for Affordable Housing||1.565B|
|45||1.6 Assistance to the States for Skills and Workforce Development||1.539B|
|46||1.1 Employment Services||1.524B|
|47||1.3 Agency costs||1.456B|
|48||2.3 Health Workforce||1.417B|
|49||2.4 Higher Education Loan Program||1.386B|
|50||1.1 Health Policy Research and Analysis||1.327B|
|51||3.1 Regional Development||1.313B|
|52||2.2 Veterans Hospital Services||1.298B|
|53||1.1 National Blood Agreement Management||1.286B|
|54||3.2 Local Government||1.281B|
|55||1.6 Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Acts Payments Income Support and Compensation||1.272B|
|56||1.3 Assistance to Defence Widow/ers and Dependants||1.269B|
|57||1.1 Other Departmental DHA||1.204B|
|58||1 Research Science, Services and Innovation Fund||1.181B|
|59||1.3 Official Development Assistance Multilateral Replenishments||1.162B|
|60||2.8 Building Skills and Capability||1.154B|
|61||1.1 Border Enforcement||1.154B|
|62||1.1 Federal Policing and National Security||1.152B|
|63||2.4 Veterans Community Care and Support||1.146B|
|64||3.1 Disability Mental Health and Carers||1.138B|
|65||2.14 Defence Force Superannuation Benefits||1.135B|
|66||1.3 Onshore Compliance and Detention||1.132B|
|67||2.2 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health||0.973B|
|68||2.1 Jobs, Land and Economy||0.955B|
|69||1.1 ABC General Operational Activities||0.948B|
|70||2 Growing Business Investment and Improving Business Capability||0.947B|
|71||1.1 Health and Medical Research||0.926B|
|72||2.1 Mental Health||0.911B|
|73||1.1 Foreign Signals Intelligence, Cyber Security and Offensive Cyber Operations||0.833B|
|74||1.1 Foreign Affairs and Trade Operations||0.830B|
|75||1 Foreign Affairs and Trade Operations||0.830B|
|76||2.1 Families and Communities||0.827B|
|77||1.1.1 Infrastructure Investment||0.776B|
|78||2.1 Strategic Policy and Intelligence||0.763B|
|79||1.11 Low Income Superannuation Tax Offset||0.762B|
|80||2.1 General Medical Consultations and Services||0.761B|
|81||2.1 Arts and Cultural Development||0.732B|
|82||2.5 Veterans Counselling and Other Health Services||0.727B|
|83||2.9 Capability Acquisition and Sustainment||0.674B|
|84||1.2 Operations Supporting Wider Interests||0.672B|
|85||1.1 Australian Prudential Regulation Authority||0.634B|
|86||1.2 Services to the Community Health||0.631B|
|87||Subprogram 2.5 Northern Australia Development||0.628B|
|88||4.2 Hearing Services||0.590B|
|89||1.1 Security Intelligence||0.579B|
|90||3.1 Water Reform||0.576B|
|91||3.1 Ministerial and Parliamentary Services||0.535B|
|92||2.12 Defence People||0.532B|
|93||1.4 IMA Offshore Management||0.526B|
|94||1.1 Australian Securities and Investments Commission||0.517B|
|96||1.1 Discovery research and research training||0.508B|
|97||1.4 Payments to International Organisations||0.503B|
|98||2.4 Preventative Health and Chronic Disease||0.476B|
|99||2.13 Defence Science and Technology||0.473B|
|100||2.1 Surface Transport||0.465B|
|101||1.1 Australian Bureau of Statistics||0.457B|
|103||2.5 Primary Health Care Quality and Coordination||0.431B|
|104||2.3 Higher Education Support||0.428B|
|105||2.6 Primary Care Practice Incentives||0.409B|
|106||1 Science and Technology Solutions||0.408B|
|107||1.1 Bureau of Meteorology||0.407B|
|109||4.8 Targeted Assistance Aids and Appliances||0.390B|
|110||1.14 Superannuation Guarantee Scheme||0.390B|
|111||1.5 Australian Screen Production Incentive||0.379B|
|112||1.1 Australian Sports Commission||0.378B|
|113||1.1 Sustainable Management of Natural Resources and the Environment||0.372B|
|114||2.1 Workplace Support||0.370B|
|115||2.2 Road Safety||0.366B|
|116||1.7 Adjustment to the Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Acts Liability Provision||0.357B|
|117||4.6 Dental Services||0.349B|
|118||1.1 Secret Intelligence||0.342B|
|119||1.1 Support for the Child Care System||0.342B|
|120||1.1 Clean Energy Regulator||0.331B|
|121||2.3 Veterans Pharmaceuticals Benefits||0.325B|
|122||1.1 SBS General Operational Activities||0.323B|
|123||6.1 Access and Information||0.311B|
|124||2.2 Children and Schooling||0.305B|
|125||1.2 Border Management||0.301B|
|126||2.2 Defence Executive Support||0.294B|
|128||2.3 Renewable Energy Technology Development||0.287B|
|129||1.2 Linkage crosssector research partnerships||0.286B|
|130||1.1 Australian Renewable Energy Agency||0.284B|
|131||1 Supporting Science and Commercialisation||0.283B|
|132||2.3 Safety and Wellbeing||0.280B|
|134||4.1 Services to territories||0.274B|
|136||3.1 Foreign Affairs and Trade Security and IT||0.263B|
|137||2.7 Adjustment to the Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Acts Liability Provision Health and Other Care Services||0.262B|
|138||1.12 Private Health Insurance Rebate||0.261B|
|139||2.4 Support for Outcome 2||0.258B|
|140||1.1 Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission||0.249B|
|141||2.2 Passport Services||0.248B|
|142||1 Geoscientific and Spatial Information Services||0.245B|
|143||1.9 Meat and Livestock Industry||0.242B|
|144||1.1 Digital Health||0.241B|
|145||1.1 Indigenous Economic Participation and Wealth Creation||0.236B|
|146||1.1 Promotion of Australias export and other international economic interests||0.235B|
|147||2 National Research Infrastructure National Facilities and Collections||0.232B|
|148||1.3 Income Support for Vulnerable People||0.225B|
|149||1.1 Grains Research and Development Corporation||0.224B|
|150||2.6 Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Acts Health and Other Care Services||0.220B|
|151||1.15 Targeted Assistance Through the Taxation System||0.219B|
|152||1.1.4 Premium Claims||0.218B|
|153||2.2 Higher Education Superannuation Program||0.215B|
|154||1.1 To champion and invest in Australian arts||0.214B|
|155||1.7 National Security and Criminal Justice||0.211B|
|156||1.1 Civil Aviation Safety Authority||0.206B|
|157||1.2 International Policing Assistance||0.205B|
|158||Subprogram 1.2 Business research, development and commercialisation||0.200B|
|159||1.7 Grains Industry||0.199B|
|160||5.1 Protect the Health and Safety of the Community through Regulation||0.199B|
|161||1 IP Rights Administration and Professional Registration||0.199B|
|162||1.10 Agricultural Resources||0.197B|
|163||6.3 Aged Care Quality||0.191B|
|164||2.6 Research Capacity||0.191B|
|165||3.1 Antarctica Science, Policy and Presence||0.186B|
|166||2.3 Defence Finance||0.186B|
|167||1.2 ABC Transmission and Distribution Services||0.184B|
|168||1.5 Family Relationships||0.182B|
|169||1.1 MurrayDarling Basin Authority||0.181B|
|170||1.8 National Rental Affordability Scheme||0.179B|
|171||1.1 Australian Competition and Consumer Commission||0.178B|
|172||1.1 Administrative Appeals Tribunal||0.177B|
|173||Subprogram 2.2 Business and market development||0.176B|
|174||2.1 ACT Community Policing||0.174B|
|175||1.7 Assistance to the States for Disability Services||0.173B|
|176||1.2 Programs to promote Australias exports and other international economic interests||0.169B|
|177||1.1 Prime Minister and Cabinet||0.165B|
|178||1.1 Deliver Electoral Events||0.164B|
|179||2.4 Refugee and Humanitarian Assistance||0.164B|
|180||1.1 Parliamentary Services||0.163B|
|181||1.1 AttorneyGeneral s Department Operating Expenses Civil Justice and Legal Services||0.161B|
|182||1.1.1 Seafarer and ship safety and environment||0.159B|
|183||1 Export Market Development Grants scheme||0.158B|
|184||2.8 Australian Defence Force Headquarters||0.158B|
|185||1.5 Early Learning and Schools Support||0.157B|
|186||1.16 Interest on Overpayment and Early Payments of Tax||0.155B|
|187||7 Programs to Promote Australias International Tourism Interests||0.154B|
|188||1.7 Programs to Promote Australias International Tourism Interests||0.154B|
|189||1.1 Royal Australian Mint||0.154B|
|190||2.4 Insurance and Risk Management||0.148B|
|191||1.7 Royal Commissions||0.143B|
|192||5.2 Health Protection and Emergency Response||0.142B|
|193||1.3 Australian Business Register||0.139B|
|194||4.1 Commonwealth Courts Corporate Services||0.136B|
|196||3.3 Support for Outcome 3||0.133B|
|197||1.2 Community inclusion and capacity development grants||0.132B|
|198||1.11 Drought Programs||0.129B|
|199||1.1 Education Services and Compliance Activities To educate employers, employees, organisations and contractors about the workplace relations system and to ensure compliance with workplace laws.||0.129B|
|200||1.13 Superannuation Cocontribution Scheme||0.127B|
|202||1.1 Digital Transformation Agency||0.126B|
|203||1 International Agricultural Research and Development||0.123B|
|204||1.1 Superannuation Scheme Governance||0.120B|
|205||4.2 Affordable Housing||0.119B|
|206||2.1 Consular Services||0.117B|
|207||1.2 Other Services||0.114B|
|208||1.2 Payments to International Financial Institutions||0.112B|
|209||1.1 Personal Insolvency and Trustee Services||0.111B|
|210||1.5 Horticulture Industry||0.111B|
|211||1.1 Clean Energy Finance Corporation||0.110B|
|212||1.1 Budget and Financial Management||0.107B|
|213||4.7 Health Benefit Compliance||0.106B|
|214||2.16 Housing Assistance||0.105B|
|215||1.4 Justice Services||0.105B|
|216||1.3 Australian Government Solicitor||0.105B|
|217||2.3 Property and Construction||0.104B|
|218||1.1 An independent service to prosecute alleged offences against the criminal law of the Commonwealth.||0.098B|
|219||1.2 Child Payments||0.096B|
|220||2.1 Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship||0.090B|
|221||Subprogram 2.3 Economic transition||0.090B|
|222||1.9 Product Stewardship for Oil||0.090B|
|223||1.1 Screen Australia||0.090B|
|224||2.5 Remote Australia Strategies||0.090B|
|225||1.1 National Archives of Australia||0.088B|
|226||1.5 Regional Cooperation||0.088B|
|227||1.1 Federal Court of Australia||0.087B|
|228||1.1 Management of the Investment of the Future Fund||0.087B|
|229||1.4 Assistance and Other Compensation for Veterans and Dependants||0.087B|
|230||1.1 Dispute resolution, minimum wage setting, orders and approvals of agreements||0.086B|
|232||1.1 Collection development, management, access and promotion||0.084B|
|233||1.7 Allowances and Concessions for Seniors||0.083B|
|234||1.1 Science awareness, infrastructure and international engagement||0.083B|
|235||1.12 Rural Programs||0.082B|
|236||1.1 Parks and Reserves||0.082B|
|237||1.1 Quality Aged Care Services||0.079B|
|238||1 Marine Research||0.079B|
|239||1.1 Independent Parliamentary Expenses Authority||0.078B|
|240||1.1 National Library of Australia||0.078B|
|241||1.6 Indigenous Legal and Native Title Assistance||0.076B|
|242||4.5 Medical Indemnity||0.075B|
|243||1.1 Improving the Outlook for the Great Barrier Reef||0.074B|
|244||1.1 Develop, Collect, Analyse and Report High Quality National Health and Welfare Information and Statistics for Governments and the Community||0.074B|
|245||1.2 SBS Transmission and Distribution Services||0.074B|
|246||1.1.2 Search and rescue||0.073B|
|247||1.3 Commonwealth Environmental Water||0.072B|
|248||1.2 Banking Act 1959, Life Insurance Act 1995, unclaimed monies and special accounts||0.072B|
|249||1.1 Wine Australia||0.072B|
|250||1.6 Management of Hazardous Wastes, Substances and Pollutants||0.071B|
|251||1.1 Assistance in the acquisition and management of an Indigenous land base||0.071B|
|252||3.1 Border Revenue Collection||0.071B|
|253||2.4 Culture and Capability||0.070B|
|254||1.6 Wool Industry||0.070B|
|255||1.6 Transport Security||0.069B|
|256||1.2 Australian Energy Regulator||0.068B|
|257||3.1 Federal Circuit Court of Australia||0.066B|
|258||1.1.1 Federal Court Jurisdiction||0.062B|
|259||1.2 Consumer safeguards, education and information||0.062B|
|260||2.2 Workers Compensation Payments||0.061B|
|261||1.2 Environmental Information and Research||0.060B|
|262||1.3 Defence Contribution to National Support Tasks in Australia||0.059B|
|263||1.1 Company Operated Hostels||0.058B|
|264||1 Australian War Memorial||0.058B|
|265||3.2 Trade Facilitation and Industry Engagement||0.057B|
|266||2.5 Technology and Procurement||0.056B|
|267||1.1 Collection Management, Research, Exhibitions and Programs||0.055B|
|268||1.5 New Colombo Plan Transforming Regional Relationships||0.051B|
|269||1.2 Support for the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission||0.050B|
|270||1.5 Environmental Regulation||0.050B|
|271||1.1 A Nationally Coordinated System for Organ and Tissue Donation for Transplantation||0.049B|
|272||2.2 Plant and Animal Health||0.049B|
|273||1.1 Torres Strait Regional Development||0.048B|
|274||1.8 Dairy Industry||0.048B|
|275||1.1 Management of maritime heritage||0.048B|
|276||3.1 Sport and Recreation||0.047B|
|277||1.1 Communications regulation, planning and licensing||0.045B|
|278||1.2 Parliament House works Program||0.045B|
|279||2.7 Hospital Services||0.044B|
|280||1.1 Australian Public Service Commission||0.044B|
|281||3.1 War Graves||0.044B|
|282||1.1 Australian Fisheries Management Authority||0.044B|
|283||2.7 International Education Support||0.043B|
|284||2.1 Reducing Australias Greenhouse Gas Emissions||0.043B|
|285||1.1 Assurance Audit Services||0.043B|
|286||1.2 National Capital Estate||0.043B|
|287||1.1 Fisheries Research and Development Corporation||0.041B|
|288||2.1 Family Court of Australia||0.041B|
|289||1.2 Operation of a National Register of Security Interests in Personal Property||0.041B|
|290||1.1 Regulation and advice||0.040B|
|291||1.1 Office of the Commonwealth Ombudsman||0.040B|
|293||1.1 Collect, preserve and share the national audiovisual collection||0.039B|
|294||1.1 Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation||0.038B|
|295||2.1 Public Sector Governance||0.038B|
|296||1.4 Conservation of Australias Heritage and Environment||0.037B|
|297||1 Regulatory oversight of Safety Cases, Wells Operations Management Plans and Environment Plans coupled with effective monitoring, investigation and enforcement||0.037B|
|298||1.2 Coordination and Evaluation||0.036B|
|299||1.1 Assessments and Reports||0.036B|
|300||4.2 Commonwealth Courts Registry Services||0.035B|
|301||1.1 Education, compliance and enforcement||0.035B|
|302||1.1 Productivity Commission||0.035B|
|303||1.1 Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority||0.035B|
|304||3.2 Commemorative Activities||0.034B|
|305||1.1 Improved Cancer Control||0.034B|
|306||1.2 Performance Audit Services||0.033B|
|307||2.6 Service Delivery Office||0.033B|
|308||1.1 Australia Film Television and Radio School||0.031B|
|309||1.1.1 Work Health, Safety and Rehabilitation Regulation||0.030B|
|310||4.1 Housing and Homelessness||0.029B|
|311||3.2 Overseas Property||0.028B|
|312||1.1 North Queensland Livestock Industry Recovery||0.028B|
|313||1.1 Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety||0.028B|
|314||1 Other Departmental DHOR||0.028B|
|315||1.6 Junior Minerals Exploration Incentive||0.028B|
|316||2.2 Transforming Government||0.027B|
|317||1.1 High Court Business||0.027B|
|318||1.1 Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies||0.026B|
|320||1.5 International Policy||0.026B|
|321||1.5 Supplementary Payments and Support for Income Support Recipients||0.026B|
|322||1.1 Australian Transport Safety Bureau||0.025B|
|323||1.4 Fishing Industry||0.025B|
|324||1.3 Office of the eSafety Commissioner||0.025B|
|325||3 Science and Industry Endowment Fund||0.024B|
|326||1 Department of the Senate||0.024B|
|327||1.1 Office of Parliamentary Cousel||0.023B|
|328||1.1 Australians have access to independent human rights complaint handling and public inquiries processes and benefit from human rights education, promotion and monitoring, and compliance activities.||0.023B|
|329||1.1 Public Hospital Price Determinations||0.023B|
|331||1.13 International Market Access||0.023B|
|332||1.1 Reform of and improvements to Australian work health and safety and workers compensation arrangements.||0.022B|
|333||1.3 Health Infrastructure||0.022B|
|334||1.1 Complaint handling, compliance and monitoring, and education and promotion||0.021B|
|335||1.1 Sydney Harbour Federation Trust||0.021B|
|336||1.1 Safety and Quality in Health Care||0.021B|
|337||1.2 Tax Practitioners Board||0.021B|
|338||1.10 Australian Government Disaster Financial Support Payments||0.020B|
|339||1.1 Cotton Research and Development Corporation||0.020B|
|340||1.9 Counter Terrorism||0.020B|
|341||1.1 Food Regulatory Activity and Services to the Minister and Parliament||0.019B|
|342||1.1 Regulation and Quality Assurance||0.019B|
|343||1.3 Forestry Industry||0.018B|
|344||1.1 Assistance for Quality Teaching and Learning||0.018B|
|345||1.5 Veterans Children Education Scheme||0.018B|
|346||1.1 Engagement, Deterrence, Detection and Enforcement||0.018B|
|347||1.1 Support for the GovernorGeneral and Official Activities||0.018B|
|348||1.1 Develop, maintain and provide access to Australias national portrait collection||0.017B|
|349||1.1.3 National Collection||0.016B|
|350||1.4 Australian Charities and Notforprofits Commission||0.016B|
|351||1.1 Old Parliament House||0.016B|
|352||1.1 Australian Institute of Family Studies||0.016B|
|353||1.2 National Assessment||0.016B|
|354||1.1 Regional Investment Corporation||0.015B|
|355||1.1 Other Departmental OIGIS||0.015B|
|356||1.1 Detect, investigate and prevent corruption in prescribed law enforcement agencies; assist law enforcement agencies to maintain and improve the integrity of staff members||0.014B|
|357||1.1 National Capital Functions||0.014B|
|358||3 Advice to Government and International Engagement||0.013B|
|359||2.1 Competitive marketplace||0.013B|
|360||1.1 National Mental Health Commission||0.012B|
|361||2.6 Evaluation and Research||0.012B|
|362||1.1.2 National Memorial and Grounds||0.012B|
|363||1.1 Infrastructure Australia||0.012B|
|364||2.1 Biosecurity and Export Services||0.011B|
|365||1.6 Public Information Services and Public Diplomacy||0.011B|
|366||1.5 Members and Corporate Support||0.011B|
|367||2.3 Small Business Support||0.011B|
|368||1 Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility||0.010B|
|369||1.1 National Transport Commission||0.010B|
|370||4 National Tourism Icons Program||0.010B|
|371||1.2 Committee Services||0.010B|
|372||1.4 Health Peak and Advisory Bodies||0.010B|
|373||1.1 Safeguarding the Integrity of the Medicare and Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme||0.009B|
|374||1.2 Sustainable Management Natural Resources||0.009B|
|375||1.1 Parliamentary Budget Office||0.009B|
|377||1.1.2 Comcare Workers Compensation Scheme Management||0.008B|
|378||1.1 Commonwealth Grants Commission||0.008B|
|379||1.1.2 National Native Title Tribunal||0.008B|
|380||1.1.7 Research and Information Dissemination||0.008B|
|381||1.1 National Curriculum||0.008B|
|382||1.2 Health Innovation and Technology||0.007B|
|383||1.18 Other Administered||0.007B|
|384||1.1 InspectorGeneral of Taxation||0.007B|
|385||1.1 Australian Institute of Criminology||0.007B|
|386||1.1 National Health Funding Pool Administration||0.006B|
|387||1.1 Infrastructure and Project Financing Agency||0.006B|
|388||1.1 Workplace Gender Equality||0.006B|
|389||2.1 Registered Organisations Commission||0.006B|
|390||1.2 Management of the Investment of the Australian Government Investment Funds||0.006B|
|391||1.1.3 SRCC and Seacare Authority Support||0.005B|
|392||1.4 Income Support for People in Special Circumstances||0.005B|
|393||1.1.5 Interpretive Services||0.005B|
|394||1.1 Australian Accounting Standards Board||0.005B|
|395||1.1 Support for NDIS providers in relation to registration||0.004B|
|396||2.2 Adapting to Climate Change||0.004B|
|397||1.2 Judicial Office Holders Remuneration and Entitlements||0.004B|
|398||1.3 National Data Collection and Reporting||0.004B|
|399||1.1.8 Visitor Services||0.004B|
|400||1.1 Asbestos Safety and Eradication Agency||0.004B|
|401||1.3 Excellence in Research for Australia||0.004B|
|402||1.1.6 Asbestos Claims||0.003B|
|403||1.1 Chamber and Federation Chamber||0.003B|
|404||1.1.6 Promotion and Community Services||0.003B|
|405||1.1 Conducting inquiries into aspects of Australian law and related processes for the purpose of law reform||0.003B|
|406||1.3 Inter Parliamentary Relations and Capacity Building||0.003B|
|407||1.1 Auditing and Assurance Standards Board||0.002B|
|408||1.1.5 Prepremium Claims||0.002B|
|409||1.1 North Queensland Water Infrastructure Authority||0.002B|
|410||2 Education and Awareness||0.002B|
|411||1.1 Operations Contributing to the Security of the Immediate Neighbourhood||0.002B|
|412||1.4 National Collaboration and Leadership||0.002B|
|413||1.1 National Competition Council||0.002B|
|414||1.8 Cyber Security||0.002B|
|415||1.1 Reviewing Climate Change Mitigation Policies||0.002B|
|416||1.1.1 Commemorative Ceremonies||0.001B|
|417||1.4 Community Relations and Awareness||0.001B|
|418||2 Free Trade Agreement Promotion||0.001B|
|419||2.1 Schools Hospitality||0.000B|
|420||2 Schools Hospitality||0.000B|
|421||1.3 Support for Markets and Business||0.000B|
|422||3 Developing Northern Australia positioning the north as a leader in tropical health||0.000B|
|423||2.17 Other Administered||-0.098B|
Mouse over the outcome number.
|1||Department of the Treasury||
Outcome 1: Supporting and implementing informed decisions on policies for the good of the Australian people, including for achieving strong, sustainable economic growth, through the provision of advice to Treasury Ministers and the efficient administration of Treasury's functions
|2||Department of Social Services||
Outcome 1: Encourage self-reliance and support people who cannot fully support themselves by providing sustainable social security payments and assistance
|3||Department of Health||
Outcome 4: Access to cost-effective medicines, medical, dental and hearing services, and improved choice in health services, including through the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, Medicare, targeted assistance strategies and private health insurance
|4||Department of Defence||
Outcome 2: Protect and advance Australia's strategic interests through the provision of strategic policy, the development, delivery and sustainment of military, intelligence and enabling capabilities, and the promotion of regional and global security and stability as directed by Government
|5||Department of Education and Training||
Outcome 1: Improved early learning, schooling, student educational outcomes and transitions to and from school through access to quality child care, support, parent engagement, quality teaching and learning environments.
|6||Australian Taxation Office||
Outcome 1: Confidence in the administration of aspects of Australia's taxation and superannuation systems through helping people understand their rights and obligations, improving ease of compliance and access to benefits, and managing non-compliance with the law
|7||Department of Health||
Outcome 6: Improved wellbeing for older Australians through targeted support, access to quality care and related information services
|8||NDIS Launch Transition Agency||
Outcome 1: To implement a National Disability Insurance Scheme that provides individual control and choice in the delivery of reasonable and necessary supports to improve independence, social and economic participation of eligible people with disability, their families and carers, and associated referral services and activities
|9||Australian Office of Financial Management||
Outcome 1: The advancement of macroeconomic growth and stability, and the effective operation of financial markets, through issuing debt, investing in financial assets and managing debt, investments and cash for the Australian Government
|10||Department of Education and Training||
Outcome 2: Promote growth in economic productivity and social wellbeing through access to quality higher education, international education, and international quality research, skills and training.
|11||Department of Finance||
Outcome 2: Support an efficient and high-performing public sector through providing leadership to Commonwealth entities in ongoing improvements to public sector governance, including through systems, frameworks, policy, advice and service delivery.
|12||Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade||
Outcome 1: The advancement of Australia's international strategic, security and economic interests including through bilateral, regional and multilateral engagement on Australian Government foreign, trade and international development policy priorities
|13||Department of Social Services||
Outcome 3: Improved independence of, and participation by, people with disability, including improved support for carers, by providing targeted support and services
|14||Department of Veterans Affairs||
Outcome 1: Maintain and enhance the financial wellbeing and self-sufficiency of eligible persons and their dependants through access to income support, compensation, and other support services, including advice and information about entitlements
|15||Department of Human Services||
Outcome 1: Support individuals, families and communities to achieve greater self-sufficiency; through the delivery of policy advice and high quality accessible social, health and child support services and other payments; and support providers and businesses through convenient and efficient service delivery.
|16||Department of Veterans Affairs||
Outcome 2: Maintain and enhance the physical wellbeing and quality of life of eligible persons and their dependants through health and other care services that promote early intervention, prevention and treatment, including advice and information about health service entitlements
|17||Department of Health||
Outcome 2: Support for sustainable funding for public hospital services and improved access to high quality, comprehensive and coordinated preventive, primary and mental health care for all Australians, with a focus on those with complex health care needs and those living in regional, rural and remote areas, including through access to a skilled health workforce
|18||Department of Social Services||
Outcome 2: Contribute to stronger and more resilient individuals, families and communities by providing targeted services and initiatives
|19||Department of Home Affairs||
Outcome 1: Protect Australia's sovereignty, security and safety through its national security, emergency management system, law enforcement, and managing its border, including managing the stay and departure of all non-citizens
|20||Department of Communications and the Arts||
Outcome 1: Promote an innovative and competitive communications sector, through policy development, advice and program delivery, so all Australians can realise the full potential of digital technologies and communications services.
|21||Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities||
Outcome 3: Strengthening the sustainability, capacity and diversity of our cities and regional economies including through facilitating local partnerships between all levels of government and local communities; through reforms that stimulate economic growth; and providing grants and financial assistance
|22||Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet||
Outcome 2: Improve results for Indigenous Australians including in relation to school attendance, employment and community safety, through delivering services and programmes, and through measures that recognise the special place that Indigenous people hold in this Nation
|23||Department of Industry, Innovation and Science||
Outcome 1: Enabling growth and productivity for globally competitive industries through supporting science and commercialisation, growing business investment and improving business capability and streamlining regulation.
|24||Department of Jobs and Small Business||
Outcome 1: Foster a productive and competitive labour market through employment policies and programs that assist job seekers into work, meet employer needs and increase Australia?s workforce participation.
|25||Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation||
Outcome 1: Innovative scientific and technology solutions to national challenges and opportunities to benefit industry, the environment and the community, through scientific research and capability development, services and advice.
|26||Department of Health||
Outcome 1: Australia's health system is better equipped to meet current and future health needs by applying research, evaluation, innovation, and use of data to develop and implement integrated, evidence-based health policies, and through support for sustainable funding for health infrastructure
|27||Australian Federal Police||
Outcome 1: Reduced criminal and security threats to Australia's collective economic and societal interests through co-operative policing services
|28||National Blood Authority||
Outcome 1: Access to a secure supply of safe and affordable blood products, including through national supply arrangements and coordination of best practice standards within agreed funding policies under the national blood arrangements
|29||Department of Industry, Innovation and Science||
Outcome 1: Enabling growth and productivity for globally competitive industries through supporting science and commercialisation, growing business investment and improving business capability and streamlining regulation
|30||Defence Housing Australia||
Outcome 1: To contribute to Defence outcomes by providing total housing services that meet Defence operational and client needs through a strong customer and business focus
|31||Department of Agriculture and Water Resources||
Outcome 1: More sustainable, productive, internationally competitive and profitable Australian agricultural, food and fibre industries through policies and initiatives that promote better resource management practices, innovation, self-reliance and improved access to international markets.
|32||Australian Broadcasting Corporation||
Outcome 1: Informed, educated and entertained audiences - throughout Australia and overseas - through innovative and comprehensive media and related services.
|33||Department of Home Affairs||
Outcome 2: Support a prosperous and inclusive society, and advance Australia's economic interests through the effective management of the visa, multicultural and citizenship programs and provision of refugee and humanitarian assistance
|34||National Health and Medical Research Council||
Outcome 1: Improved health and medical knowledge, including through funding research, translating research findings into evidence-based clinical practice, administering legislation governing research, issuing guidelines and advice for ethics in health and the promotion of public health
|35||Australian Signals Directorate||
Outcome 1: Defend Australia from global threats and advance our national interests through the provision of foreign signals intelligence, cyber security and offensive cyber operations, as directed by Government.
|36||Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities||
Outcome 2: An efficient, sustainable, competitive, safe and secure transport system for all transport users through regulation, financial assistance and safety investigations
|37||Australian Research Council||
Outcome 1: Growth of knowledge and innovation through managing research funding schemes, measuring research excellence and providing advice.
|38||Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities||
Outcome 1: Improved infrastructure across Australia through investment in and coordination of transport and other infrastructure
Outcome 1: A just and secure society through the maintenance and improvement of Australia's law, justice, security and integrity frameworks.
|40||Department of Health||
Outcome 5: Protection of the health and safety of the Australian community and preparedness to respond to national health emergencies and risks, including through immunisation, initiatives, and regulation of therapeutic goods, chemicals, gene technology, and blood and organ products
|41||Defence Housing Australia||
Outcome 1: Defend Australia and its national interests through the conduct of operations and provision of support for the Australian community and civilian authorities in accordance with Government direction.
|42||Department of Communications and the Arts||
Outcome 2: Participation in, and access to, Australia's arts and culture through developing and supporting cultural expression.
|43||Department of the Environment and Energy||
Outcome 1: Conserve, protect and sustainably manage Australia's biodiversity, ecosystems, environment and heritage through research, information management, supporting natural resource management, establishing and managing Commonwealth protected areas, and reducing and regulating the use of pollutants and hazardous substances.
|44||Australian Prudential Regulation Authority||
Outcome 1: Enhanced public confidence in Australia's financial institutions through a framework of prudential regulation which balances financial safety and efficiency, competition, contestability and competitive neutrality and, in balancing these objectives, promotes financial system stability in Australia
|45||Australian Securities and Investments Commission||
Outcome 1: Improved confidence in Australia's financial markets through promoting informed investors and financial consumers, facilitating fair and efficient markets and delivering efficient registry systems
|46||Australian Security Intelligence Organisation||
Outcome 1: To protect Australia, its people and its interests from threats to security through intelligence collection, assessment and advice to Government
|47||Department of Agriculture and Water Resources||
Outcome 3: Improve the health of rivers and freshwater ecosystems and water use efficiency through implementing water reforms, and ensuring enhanced sustainability, efficiency and productivity in the management and use of water resources.
|48||Australian Trade and Investment Commission||
Outcome 1: Contribute to Australia's economic prosperity by promoting Australia's export and other international economic interests through the provision of information, advice and services to business, associations, institutions and government
|49||Department of Finance||
Outcome 3: Support for Parliamentarians and others as required by the Australian Government through the delivery of, and advice on, work expenses and allowances, entitlements and targeted programs.
|50||Australian Bureau of Statistics||
Outcome 1: Decisions on important matters made by governments, business and the broader community are informed by objective, relevant and trusted official statistics produced through the collection and integration of data, its analysis, and the provision of statistical information
|51||Australian Secret Intelligence Service||
Outcome 1: Enhanced understanding for the Government of the overseas environment affecting Australia's interests through the provision of covert intelligence services about the capabilities, intentions or activities of people or organisations outside Australia
|52||Department of Jobs and Small Business||
Outcome 2: Facilitate jobs growth through policies that promote fair, productive and safe workplaces, and facilitate the growth of small business.
|53||Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation||
Outcome 1: Improved knowledge, innovative capacity and healthcare through nuclear-based facilities, research, training, products, services and advice to Government, industry, the education sector and the Australian population.
|54||Bureau of Meteorology||
Outcome 1: Enabling a safe, prosperous, secure and healthy Australia through the provision of weather, water, climate and ocean services
|55||Special Broadcasting Service Corporation||
Outcome 1: Provide multilingual and multicultural services that inform, educate and entertain all Australians and in so doing reflect Australia's multicultural society.
|56||Australian Sports Commission||
Outcome 1: Increased participation in organised sport and continued international sporting success including through leadership and development of a cohesive and effective sports sector, provision of targeted financial support, and the operation of the Australian Institute of Sport
|57||Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade||
Outcome 2: The protection and welfare of Australians abroad and access to secure international travel documentation through timely and responsive travel advice and consular and passport services in Australia and overseas
|58||Department of the Environment and Energy||
Outcome 2: Reduce Australia's greenhouse gas emissions, adapt to the impacts of climate change, contribute to effective global action on climate change, and support technological innovation in clean and renewable energy, through developing and implementing a national response to climate change.
|59||Clean Energy Regulator||
Outcome 1: Contribute to a reduction in Australia's net greenhouse gas emissions, including through the administration of market based mechanisms that incentivise reduction in emissions and the promotion of additional renewable energy generation.
|60||Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade||
Outcome 3: A secure Australian Government presence overseas through the provision of security services and information and communication technology infrastructure, and the management of the Commonwealth's overseas property estate
|61||Australian Renewable Energy Agency||
Outcome 1: Support improvements in the competitiveness of renewable energy and related technologies and the supply of renewable energy by administering financial assistance, developing analysis and advice about, and sharing information and knowledge with regard to, renewable energy and related technologies.
|62||Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities||
Outcome 4: Good governance in the Australian Territories through the maintenance and improvement of the overarching legislative framework for self-governing territories, and laws and services for non-self-governing territories
Outcome 1: Support participation and productivity through healthy and safe workplaces that minimise the impact of harm in workplaces covered by Comcare.
Outcome 1: Support participation and productivity through healthy and safe workplaces that minimise the impact of harm in workplaces covered by Comcare
|65||Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission||
Outcome 1: To make Australia safer through improved national ability to discover, understand and respond to current and emerging crime threats and criminal justice issues, including the ability to connect police and law enforcement to essential criminal intelligence, policing knowledge and information through collaborative national information systems and services
|66||Australian Competition and Consumer Commission||
Outcome 1: Lawful competition, consumer protection, and regulated national infrastructure markets and services through regulation, including enforcement, education, price monitoring and determining the terms of access to infrastructure services
Outcome 1: Informed government, industry and community decisions on the economic, social and environmental management of the nation's natural resources through enabling access to geoscientific and spatial information.
|68||Australian Digital Health Agency||
Outcome 1: To deliver national digital healthcare systems to enable and support improvement in health outcomes for Australians
|69||Indigenous Business Australia||
Outcome 1: Improved wealth acquisition to support the economic independence of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples through commercial enterprise, asset acquisition, construction and access to concessional home and business loans
|70||Australian Maritime Safety Authority||
Outcome 1: Minimise the risk of shipping incidents and pollution in Australian waters through ship safety and environment protection regulation and services and maximise people saved from maritime and aviation incidents through search and rescue coordination
|71||Grains Research and Development Corporation||
Outcome 1: New information and products that enhance the productivity, competitiveness and environmental sustainability of Australian grain growers and benefit the industry and wider community, through planning, managing and implementing investments in grains research and development.
Outcome 1: Increased innovation, investment and trade in Australia, and by Australians overseas, through the administration of the registrable intellectual property rights system, promoting public awareness and industry engagement, and advising government.
Outcome 1: Supporting Australian artists and arts organisations to create and present excellent art that is accessed by audiences across Australia and abroad.
|74||Department of Parliamentary Services||
Outcome 1: Support the functions of Parliament and parliamentarians through the provision of professional services, advice and facilities and maintain Australian Parliament House
|75||Civil Aviation Safety Authority||
Outcome 1: Maximise aviation safety through a regulatory regime, detailed technical material on safety standards, comprehensive aviation industry oversight, risk analysis, industry consultation, education and training
|76||Department of the Environment and Energy||
Outcome 3: Advance Australia's strategic, scientific, environmental and economic interests in the Antarctic region by protecting, administering and researching the region.
|77||Murray-Darling Basin Authority||
Outcome 1: Equitable and sustainable use of the Murray-Darling Basin by governments and the community including through development and implementation of a Basin Plan, operation of the River Murray system, shared natural resource management programs, research, information and advice.
|78||Administrative Appeals Tribunal||
Outcome 1: Provide correct or preferable decisions through a mechanism of independent review of administrative decisions that is accessible, fair, just, economical, informal, quick and proportionate.
|79||Department of Social Services||
Outcome 4: Increased housing supply, improved community housing and assisting individuals experiencing homelessness through targeted support and services
|80||Australian Federal Police||
Outcome 2: A safe and secure environment through policing activities on behalf of the Australian Capital Territory Government
|81||Federal Court of Australia||
Outcome 4: Improved administration and support of the resolution of matters according to law for litigants in the Federal Court of Australia, the Family Court of Australia and the Federal Circuit Court of Australia and parties in the National Native Title Tribunal through efficient and effective provision of shared corporate services.
|82||Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet||
Outcome 1: Provide high quality policy advice and support to the Prime Minister, the Cabinet, Portfolio Ministers and Assistant Ministers including through the coordination of government activities, policy development and program delivery
|83||Australian Electoral Commission||
Outcome 1: Maintain an impartial and independent electoral system for eligible voters through active electoral roll management, efficient delivery of polling services, and targeted education and public awareness programs.
|84||Federal Court of Australia||
Outcome 1: Apply and uphold the rule of law for litigants in the Federal Court of Australia and parties in the National Native Title Tribunal through the resolution of matters according to law and through the effective management of the administrative affairs of the Court and Tribunal.
|85||Royal Australian Mint||
Outcome 1: The coinage needs of the Australian economy, collectors and foreign countries are met through the manufacture and sale of circulating coins, collector coins and other minted like products
|86||Australian Financial Security Authority||
Outcome 1: Maintain confidence in Australia's personal insolvency and personal property securities systems through delivering fair, efficient and effective trustee and registry services, and risk-based regulation.
|87||Australian Communications and Media Authority||
Outcome 1: A communications and media environment that balances the needs of the industry and the Australian community through regulation, education and advice.
|88||Fair Work Ombudsman and Registered Organisations Commission Entity||
Outcome 1: Compliance with workplace relations legislation by employees and employers through advice, education and where necessary enforcement.
|89||Department of Home Affairs||
Outcome 3: Advance Australia's economic interests through the facilitation of the trade of goods to and from Australia and the collection of border revenue
|90||Department of the Environment and Energy||
Outcome 4: Support the reliable, sustainable and secure operations of energy markets through improving Australia's energy efficiency, performance and productivity for the community.
|91||Digital Transformation Agency||
Outcome 1: Improve the user experience for all Australians accessing government information and services by leading the design, development and continual enhancement of whole-of-government service delivery policies and standards, platforms and joined-up services
|92||Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research||
Outcome 1: To achieve more productive and sustainable agricultural systems for the benefit of developing countries and Australia through international agricultural research and training partnerships.
|93||Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation||
Outcome 1: Retirement and insurance benefits for scheme members and beneficiaries, including past, present and future employees of the Australian Government and other eligible employers and members of the Australian Defence Force, through investment and administration of their superannuation funds and schemes.
|94||Australian War Memorial||
Outcome 1: Australians remembering, interpreting and understanding the Australian experience of war and its enduring impact through maintaining and developing the national memorial, its collection and exhibition of historical material, commemorative ceremonies and research.
|95||Clean Energy Finance Corporation||
Outcome 1: Facilitate increased flows of finance into Australia's clean energy sector, applying commercial rigour to investing in renewable energy, low-emissions and energy efficiency technologies, building industry capacity, and disseminating information to industry stakeholders
|96||Department of Finance||
Outcome 1: Support sustainable Australian Government finances through providing high quality policy advice and operational support to the government and Commonwealth entities to maintain effective and efficient use of public resources.
|97||Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions||
Outcome 1: Contribute to a fair, safe and just society by delivering an effective, independent prosecution service in accordance with the Prosecution Policy of the Commonwealth.
|98||National Library of Australia||
Outcome 1: Enhanced understanding and appreciation of Australian identity, culture and diversity through portraiture by engaging the public in education programs and exhibitions, and by developing and preserving the national portrait collection.
|99||Future Fund Management Agency||
Outcome 1: Strengthen the Commonwealth?s financial position for the benefit of the Australian people, by managing the investment activities of the Future Fund and certain other Australian Government investment funds in line with their Investment Mandates.
Outcome 1: Promote engaged audiences and support a creative, innovative and commercially sustainable screen industry through the funding and promotion of diverse Australian screen product.
|101||National Archives of Australia||
Outcome 1: To promote the creation, management and preservation of authentic, reliable and usable Commonwealth records and to facilitate Australians' access to the archival resources of the Commonwealth.
|102||Fair Work Commission||
Outcome 1: Simple, fair and flexible workplace relations for employees and employers through the exercise of powers to set and vary minimum wages and modern awards, facilitate collective bargaining, approve agreements and deal with disputes.
|103||Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre||
Outcome 1: The protection of the financial system from criminal abuse through actionable financial intelligence and collaboration with domestic and international partners
|104||National Gallery of Australia||
Outcome 1: Increased understanding, knowledge and enjoyment of the visual arts by providing access to, and information about, works of art locally, nationally and internationally.
|105||Director of National Parks||
Outcome 1: Management of Commonwealth reserves as outstanding natural places that enhance Australia's well-being through the protection and conservation of their natural and cultural values, supporting the aspirations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in managing their traditional land and sea country, and offering world class natural and cultural visitor experiences.
|106||Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission||
Outcome 1: Protect and enhance the safety, health, wellbeing and quality of life of aged care consumers, including through effective engagement with them, regulation and education of Commonwealth-funded aged care service providers and resolution of aged care complaints.
|107||Australian Institute of Marine Science||
Outcome 1: Growth of knowledge to support protection and sustainable development of Australia's marine resources through innovative marine science and technology.
|108||Department of Veterans Affairs||
Outcome 3: Acknowledgement and commemoration of those who served Australia and its allies in wars, conflicts and peace operations through promoting recognition of service and sacrifice, preservation of Australia's wartime heritage, and official commemorations
|109||Independent Parliamentary Expenses Authority||
Outcome 1: Support for current and former parliamentarians and others as required by the Australian Government through the delivery of, independent oversight and advice on, work resources and travel resources.
|110||Australian National Audit Office||
Outcome 1: To improve public sector performance and accountability through independent reporting on Australian Government administration to Parliament, the Executive and the public
|111||Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority||
Outcome 1: The long-term protection, ecologically sustainable use, understanding and enjoyment of the Great Barrier Reef for all Australians and the international community, through the care and development of the Marine Park.
|112||Australian Institute of Health and Welfare||
Outcome 1: A robust evidence-base for the health, housing and community sectors, including through developing and disseminating comparable health and welfare information and statistics
|113||Office of National Intelligence||
Outcome 1: Advancement of Australia's national interests through increased government awareness of international developments affecting Australia, and integration, coordination and evaluation of Australia's national intelligence capabilities
Outcome 1: Foster and enable a competitive Australian wine industry by investing in research and development, building markets, disseminating knowledge and ensuring compliance.
|115||Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation||
Outcome 1: Enhanced socio-economic development, maintenance of cultural identity and protection of the environment by Indigenous Australians through the acquisition and management of land, water and water-related rights
|116||Federal Court of Australia||
Outcome 3: Apply and uphold the rule of law for litigants in the Federal Circuit Court of Australia through more informal and streamlined resolution of family law and general federal law matters according to law, through the encouragement of appropriate dispute resolution processes and through the effective management of the administrative affairs of the Court.
|117||Department of Agriculture and Water Resources||
Outcome 2: Safeguard Australia's animal and plant health status to maintain overseas markets and protect the economy and environment from the impact of exotic pests and diseases, through risk assessment, inspection and certification, and the implementation of emergency response arrangements for Australian agricultural, food and fibre industries.
|118||Aboriginal Hostels Limited||
Outcome 1: Improved access to education, employment, health and other services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people travelling or relocating through the operation of temporary hostel accommodation services.
|119||National Capital Authority||
Outcome 1: Manage the strategic planning, promotion and enhancement of Canberra as the National Capital for all Australians through the development and administration of the National Capital Plan, operation of the National Capital Exhibition, delivery of education and awareness programs and works to enhance the character of the National Capital
|120||Department of the House of Representatives||
Outcome 1: Advisory and administrative services support the House of
|121||National Museum of Australia||
Outcome 1: Increased awareness and understanding of Australia's history and culture by managing the National Museum's collections and providing access through public programs and exhibitions.
|122||NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission||
Outcome 1: Promote the delivery of quality supports and services to people with disability under the NDIS and other prescribed supports and services, including through nationally consistent and responsive regulation, policy development, advice and education
|123||Australian Organ and Tissue Donation and Transplantation Authority||
Outcome 1: Improved access to organ and tissue transplants, including through a nationally coordinated and consistent approach and system
|124||Australian Public Service Commission||
Outcome 1: Increased awareness and adoption of best practice public administration by the public service through leadership, promotion, advice and professional development, drawing on research and evaluation
|125||Torres Strait Regional Authority||
Outcome 1: Progress towards Closing the Gap for Torres Strait Islander and Aboriginal people living in the Torres Strait Region through development planning, coordination, sustainable resource management, and preservation and promotion of Indigenous culture.
|126||Australian National Maritime Museum||
Outcome 1: Increased knowledge, appreciation and enjoyment of Australia's maritime heritage by managing the National Maritime Collection and staging programs, exhibitions and events.
|127||Department of Health||
Outcome 3: Improved opportunities for community participation in sport and recreation, excellence in high-performance athletes, and protecting the integrity of sport through investment in sport infrastructure, coordination of Commonwealth involvement in major sporting events, and research and international cooperation on sport issues
|128||Australian Fisheries Management Authority||
Outcome 1: Ecologically sustainable and economically efficient Commonwealth fisheries, through understanding and monitoring Australia?s marine living resources and regulating and monitoring commercial fishing, including domestic licensing and deterrence of illegal foreign fishing.
|129||Fisheries Research and Development Corporation||
Outcome 1: Increased economic, social and environmental benefits for Australian fishing and aquaculture, and the wider community, by investing in knowledge, innovation, and marketing.
|130||Federal Court of Australia||
Outcome 2: Apply and uphold the rule of law for litigants in the Family Court of Australia through the resolution of family law matters according to law, particularly more complex family law matters, and through the effective management of the administrative affairs of the Court.
|131||Australian Skills Quality Authority||
Outcome 1: Contribute to a high quality vocational education and training sector, including through streamlined and nationally consistent regulation of training providers and courses, and the communication of advice to the sector on improvements to the quality of vocational education and training.
|132||Office of the Commonwealth Ombudsman||
Outcome 1: Fair and accountable administrative action by Australian Government entities and prescribed private sector organisations, by investigating complaints, reviewing administrative action and statutory compliance inspections and reporting.
|133||National Film and Sound Archive of Australia||
Outcome 1: Increased engagement with Australia's audiovisual culture past and present through developing, preserving, maintaining and promoting the national audiovisual collection of historic and cultural significance.
|134||Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation||
Outcome 1: Increased knowledge that fosters sustainable, productive and profitable new and existing rural industries and furthers understanding of national rural issues through research and development in government-industry partnership.
|135||National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority||
Outcome 1: Promote and enforce the effective manangement of risks to the workforce, the environment and the structural integrity of facilities, wells and well-related equipment of the Australian offshore petroleum and greenhouse gas storage industries through regulatory oversight.
|136||Australian Building and Construction Commission||
Outcome 1: Enforce workplace relations laws in the building and construction industry and ensure compliance with those laws by all participants in the building and construction industry through the provision of education, assistance and advice.
Outcome 1: Well-informed policy decision-making and public understanding on matters relating to Australia's productivity and living standards, based on independent and transparent analysis from a community-wide perspective
|138||Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority||
Outcome 1: Protection of the health and safety of people, animals, the environment, and agricultural and livestock industries through regulation of pesticides and veterinary medicines.
Outcome 1: Minimised impacts of cancer, including through national leadership in cancer control with targeted research and clinical trials; evidence informed clinical practice; strengthened national data capacity; community and consumer information and support
|140||Australian Film, Television and Radio School||
Outcome 1: Support the development of a professional screen arts and broadcast culture in Australia including through the provision of specialist industry-focused education, training, and research.
|141||Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority||
Outcome 1: Improved quality and consistency of school education in Australia through a national curriculum, national assessment, data collection, and performance reporting system.
|142||North Queensland Livestock Industry Recovery Agency||
Outcome 1: To coordinate Commonwealth activities for the purpose of recovery and reconstruction in areas affected by the North and Far North Queensland Monsoon Trough (25 jan - 14 feb 2019) including through strategic leadership, consultation and administration of the loan mechanism to provide assistance to eligible primary producers by way of loans to Authorised Deposit-taking Institutions at the Government's cost of borro
|143||Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency||
Outcome 1: Protection of people and the environment through radiation protection and nuclear safety research, policy, advice, codes, standards, services and regulation
|144||High Court of Australia||
Outcome 1: To interpret and uphold the Australian Constitution and perform the functions of the ultimate appellate Court in Australia.
|145||Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies||
Outcome 1: Further understanding of Australian Indigenous cultures, past and present through undertaking and publishing research, and providing access to print and audiovisual collections
|146||Australian Transport Safety Bureau||
Outcome 1: Improved transport safety in Australia including through: independent 'no blame' investigation of transport accidents and other safety occurrences; safety data recording, analysis and research; and fostering safety awareness, knowledge and action
|147||Department of the Senate||
Outcome 1: Advisory and administrative support services to enable the Senate and Senators to fulfil their representative and legislative duties
|148||Office of Parliamentary Counsel||
Outcome 1: A body of Commonwealth laws and instruments that give effect to intended policy, and that are coherent, readable and readily accessible, through the drafting and publication of those laws and instruments.
|149||Australian Human Rights Commission||
Outcome 1: An Australian society in which human rights are respected, protected and promoted through independent investigation and resolution of complaints, education and research to promote and eliminate discrimination, and monitoring, and reporting on human rights.
|150||Independent Hospital Pricing Authority||
Outcome 1: Promote improved efficiency in, and access to, public hospital services primarily through setting efficient national prices and levels of block funding for hospital activities
|151||Safe Work Australia||
Outcome 1: Healthier, safer and more productive workplaces through improvements to Australian work health and safety and workers' compensation arrangements.
|152||Office of the Australian Information Commissioner||
Outcome 1: Provision of public access to Commonwealth Government information, protection of individuals' personal information, and performance of information commissioner, freedom of information and privacy functions.
|153||Sydney Harbour Federation Trust||
Outcome 1: Enhanced appreciation and understanding of the natural and cultural values of Sydney for all visitors, through the remediation, conservation and adaptive re-use of, and access to, Trust lands on Sydney Harbour.
|154||Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care||
Outcome 1: Improved safety and quality in health care across the health system, including through the development, support for implementation, and monitoring of national clinical safety and quality guidelines and standards
|155||Cotton Research and Development Corporation||
Outcome 1: Adoption of innovation that leads to increased productivity, competitiveness and environmental sustainability through investment in research and development that benefits the Australian cotton industry and the wider community.
|156||Food Standards Australia New Zealand||
Outcome 1: A safe food supply and well-informed consumers in Australia and New Zealand, including through the development of food regulatory measures and the promotion of their consistent implementation, coordination of food recall activities and the monitoring of consumer and industry food practices
|157||Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency||
Outcome 1: Contribute to a high quality higher education sector through streamlined and nationally consistent higher education regulatory arrangements; registration of higher education providers; accreditation of higher education courses; and investigation, quality assurance and dissemination of higher education standards and performance.
|158||Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership Limited||
Outcome 1: Enhance the quality of teaching and school leadership through developing standards, recognising teaching excellence, providing professional development opportunities and supporting the teaching profession.
|159||Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority||
Outcome 1: Protection of the health of athletes and the integrity of Australian sport including through engagement, deterrence, detection and enforcement to minimise the risk of doping
|160||Office of the Official Secretary to the Governor-General||
Outcome 1: The performance of the Governor-General?s role is facilitated through the organisation and management of official duties, management and maintenance of the official household and property and administration of the Australian Honours and Awards system.
|161||Old Parliament House||
Outcome 1: An enhanced appreciation and understanding of the political and social heritage of Australia for members of the public, through activities including the conservation and upkeep of, and the provision of access to, Old Parliament House and the development of its collections, exhibitions and educational programs.
|162||Australian Institute of Family Studies||
Outcome 1: Increased understanding of factors affecting how families function by conducting research and communicating findings to policy makers, service providers, and the broader community
|163||Regional Investment Corporation||
Outcome 1: Encourage growth, investment and resilience in Australian farm businesses and rural and regional communities by delivering the Commonwealth?s farm business concessional loans and the National Water Infrastructure Loan Facility.
|164||Office of the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security||
Outcome 1: Independent assurance for the Prime Minister, senior ministers and Parliament as to whether Australia's intelligence and security agencies act legally and with propriety by inspecting, inquiring into and reporting on their activities
|165||Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity||
Outcome 1: Independent assurance to the Australian Government that Commonwealth law enforcement agencies and their staff act with integrity by detecting, investigating and preventing corruption.
|166||National Mental Health Commission||
Outcome 1: Provide expert advice to the Australian Government and cross-sectoral leadership on the policy, programs, services and systems that support mental health in Australia, including through administering the Annual National Report Card on Mental Health and Suicide Prevention, undertaking performance monitoring and reporting, and engaging consumers and carers
Outcome 1: Improve decision-making on matters relating to infrastructure; advise governments and others on matters relating to infrastructure, including better assessment of infrastructure needs and prioritisation of infrastructure projects; and promote best practice infrastructure planning, financing, delivery and operation
|168||Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility||
Outcome 1: Enable economic growth in northern Australia, by facilitating private sector investment in economic infrastructure through the provision of concessional financing delivered through the state and territory governments.
|169||National Transport Commission||
Outcome 1: Improved transport productivity, efficiency, safety and environmental performance and regulatory efficiency in Australia through developing, monitoring and maintaining nationally consistent regulatory and operational arrangements relating to road, rail and intermodal transport
|170||Australian Trade and Investment Commission||
Outcome 2: The protection and welfare of Australians abroad through timely and responsive consular and passport services in specific locations overseas
|171||Professional Services Review||
Outcome 1: A reduction of the risks to patients and costs to the Australian Government of inappropriate practice, including through investigating health services claimed under the Medicare and Pharmaceutical benefits schemes
|172||Parliamentary Budget Office||
Outcome 1: Inform the Parliament by providing independent and non-partisan analysis of the budget cycle, fiscal policy and the financial implications of proposals
|173||Commonwealth Grants Commission||
Outcome 1: Informed Government decisions on fiscal equalisation between the States and Territories through advice and recommendations on the distribution of GST revenue
|174||Inspector General of Taxation||
Outcome 1: Improved tax administration through investigation of complaints, conducting reviews, public reporting and independent advice to Government and its relevant entities
|175||Australian Institute of Criminology||
Outcome 1: Informed crime and justice policy and practice in Australia by undertaking, funding and disseminating policy-relevant research of national significance; and through the generation of a crime and justice evidence base and national knowledge centre
|176||National Health Funding Body||
Outcome 1: Provide transparent and efficient administration of Commonwealth, state and territory funding of the Australian public hospital system, and support the obligations and responsibilities of the Administrator of the National Health Funding Pool
|177||Infrastructure and Project Financing Agency||
Outcome 1: To leverage additional private sector investment in infrastructure and secure better returns from the Commonwealth's investment by assisting the Government to identify, assess, and broker financing opportunities for infrastructure and projects, including through engagement with Commonwealth entities, State and Territory governments, and the private sector
|178||Workplace Gender Equality Agency||
Outcome 1: Promote and improve gender equality in Australian workplaces including through the provision of advice and assistance to employers and the assessment and measurement of workplace gender data.
|179||Fair Work Ombudsman and Registered Organisations Commission Entity||
Outcome 2: Effective governance and financial transparency of registered employee and employer organisations, through regulation, investigation and appropriate enforcement action.
|180||Office of the Australian Accounting Standards Board||
Outcome 1: The formulation and making of accounting standards that are used by Australian entities to prepare financial reports and enable users of these reports to make informed decisions
|181||Asbestos Safety and Eradication Agency||
Outcome 1: Assist in the prevention of exposure to asbestos fibres and the elimination of asbestos-related disease in Australia through implementing the National Strategic Plan for Asbestos Awareness and Management in Australia
|182||Australian Law Reform Commission||
Outcome 1: Informed government decisions about the development, reform and harmonisation of Australian laws and related processes through research, analysis, reports and community consultation and education.
|183||Office of the Auditing and Assurance Standards Board||
Outcome 1: The formulation and making of auditing and assurance standards that are used by auditors of Australian entity financial reports or for other auditing and assurance engagements
|184||North Queensland Water Infrastructure Authority||
Outcome 1: Progress the development of water resource projects in North Queensland, through strategic planning and coordination of information sharing among relevant regulatory authorities and stakeholders
|185||National Competition Council||
Outcome 1: Competition in markets that are dependent on access to nationally significant monopoly infrastructure, through recommendations and decisions promoting the efficient operation of, use of and investment in infrastructure
|186||Climate Change Authority||
Outcome 1: Provide expert advice to the Australian Government on climate change mitigation initiatives, including through conducting regular and specifically commissioned reviews and through undertaking climate change research.
On February 1, 2020, an Administrative Arrangement Order came into effect which radically changed the structure of government. This affects accounting at Portfolio and Agency level. Program names tend not to change with Machinery of Government changes. Funding follows function in that functions that were formally performed within one agency or portfolio that are now split between different agencies & portfolios also take that funding with them.
Post-Administrative Arrangement Order