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Ministers of the Education and Training Portfolio on publication date of 22nd October 2019 with approval on 17th October 2019

29th May 2019 - 13th December 2019
Official portrait of Dan Tehan
Member for Wannon Dan Tehan
Minister for Education

The Education and Training Portfolio oversees 6 agencies in the 2019-20 budget

Agency2019-20 budget
1 Department of Education and Training$42,275,820,000
2 Australian Research Council$797,590,000
3 Australian Skills Quality Authority$40,182,000
4 Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority$28,776,000
5 Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency$18,645,000
6 Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership Limited$18,324,000


Senators for New South Wales
Official portrait of Andrew Bragg
Andrew Bragg Liberal Party of Australia
Official portrait of Concetta Fierravanti-Wells
Concetta Fierravanti-Wells Liberal Party of Australia
Official portrait of Deborah O'Neill
Deborah O'Neill Australian Labor Party
Official portrait of Hollie Hughes
Hollie Hughes Liberal Party of Australia
Official portrait of Jenny McAllister
Jenny McAllister Australian Labor Party
Official portrait of Jim Molan
Jim Molan Liberal Party of Australia
Official portrait of Kristina Keneally
Kristina Keneally Australian Labor Party
Official portrait of Marise Payne
Marise Payne Liberal Party of Australia
Official portrait of Mehreen Faruqi
Mehreen Faruqi Australian Greens
Official portrait of Perin Davey
Perin Davey The Nationals
Official portrait of Tim Ayers
Tim Ayers Australian Labor Party
Official portrait of Tony Sheldon
Tony Sheldon Australian Labor Party
Past Members for Kingsford Smith
Official portrait of Matt Thistlethwaite
Sitting Member Matt Thistlethwaite
45th Parliament
Australian Labor Party

Official portrait of Matt Thistlethwaite

On behalf of the Australian Labor Party, Sitting Member for Kingsford Smith, Matt Thistlethwaite declared 52 interests


The ABS summarises SEIFA scores as measuring people's access to material and social resources, and their ability to participate in society. SEIFA deciles for postcodes in Kingsford Smith range between 5 and 10 with an average of:
7.78
PostcodeDecile
EASTLAKES20185
EASTGARDENS20366
DACEYVILLE20327
MASCOT20207
BANKSMEADOW20198
MAROUBRA20358
KENSINGTON20339
COOGEE203410
RANDWICK203110

ABS employment data by electorate

14.5% 31.1% 10.1% 10.1% 14.2% 8.6% 3.9% 5.9%
Managers Professionals Technicians/Trades Community/Personal Service Clerical/Admin Sales Machinery Ops/Drivers Labourers

Individual Tax data for postcodes within Kingsford Smith

Tax data taken from ATO Taxation statistics 2016–17, Table 6B, 'Selected items, by taxable status, state/territory, postcode and taxable income range'. Housing data from ABS.

*Franking credits for individuals + franking credits for shares in partnerships
Centrelink Recipients $ Income/Returns $ Income B4 Tax $ Income After Tax $ HELP Repaid $ Franking Credit* $ Net Rent % Owned % Mortgaged % Rented
30,223 81,697 10.7390 B 10.3094 B 32.467 M 192.707 M 65.117 M 25.4 24.2 46.6

Showing GA59822

THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES
Kingsford Smith  $748,000
Address KENSINGTON 2033 NSW AUSTRALIA ABN: 57195873179
Portfolio Education and Training
Agency Australian Research Council
Program ARC Discovery
Component ARC Future Fellowships
CategoryScience, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Research Targeted or Restricted Competitive
PurposeThe electrical power industry in Australia is undergoing a massive revolution to an intelligent, low-carbon and sustainable smart grid environment. However, due to the heavy reliance on cyber infrastructure and the intermittence of renewables, smart grid will inevitably introduce new security issues, for example, cyber security. This project is to investigate emerging security issues together in a comprehensive framework where quantitative models and analysis methods will be explored for smart grid cascading failure analyses. Then innovative three'stage reinforcement strategies (three lines of defence) will be developed to enhance the resilience of smart grid against natural disasters and intentional attacks, and potential large blackouts.
ActivityCyber-Physical Security Analyses and Enhancing the Resilience of Smart Grid
Delivery Area 2033 NSW AUSTRALIA
ApprovedPublishedStartEndBudget
17 Oct 201922 Oct 201917 Oct 201930 Jun 2023 2019-20