Annual Report 2016-17

Appendix G: List of requirements

 

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Letter of transmittal 3
Table of contents 5
Alphabetical index (PDF) 210–219
Glossary of abbreviations and acronyms 206–9
List of requirements 203–5
Details of contact officer 2
Fair Work Commission website address 2
Annual report website address 2
Review by the accountable authority 13
Role and functions 16–17
Organisational structure 17–19
Outcomes and programs administered 35
Purposes as included in corporate plan 34
Portfolio structure N/A
Where the outcome and programs administered by the entity differ from any portfolio budget statement, portfolio additional estimates statement or other portfolio estimates statement that was prepared for the entity for the period, details of variation and reasons for change N/A
Annual performance statements 34–40
Report on financial performance 128
Discussion and analysis of financial performance 128
Table summarising total resources and total payments 130–1
If there may be significant changes in the financial results during or after the previous or current reporting period, information on those changes, including: the cause of any operating loss of the entity; how the entity has responded to the loss and the actions that have been taken in relation to the loss; and any matter or circumstances that it can reasonably be anticipated will have a significant impact on the entity's future operation or financial results. 131
Fraud compliance 115
Fraud control certificate 115
Corporate governance structures 114–5
Significant finance law issues reported to the Minister N/A
Significant developments in external scrutiny, and the entity's response 121
Judicial decisions and decisions of administrative tribunals or the Australian Information Commissioner 121
Reports on operations by the Auditor-General, a parliamentary committee or the Commonwealth Ombudsman 121
Capability reviews N/A
Assessment of effectiveness in managing human resources to achieve objectives 121
Employee statistics 122–3
Enterprise agreements and other employment arrangements 124
Senior Executive Service employees 124
Salary ranges for Australian Public Service employees 125
Non-salary benefits 125
Performance pay 125
Assessment of effectiveness of assets management 128
Assessment of entity performance against the Commonwealth Procurement Rules 128
Consultant summary and statement 129
A statement that 'During [reporting period], [specified number] new consultancy contracts were entered into involving total actual expenditure of $[specified million]. In addition, [specified number] ongoing consultancy contracts were active during the period, involving total expenditure of $[specified million]'. 129
Policies and procedures for selecting and engaging consultants, and main categories of purposes for which consultants were selected and engaged 129
A statement that 'Annual reports contain information about actual expenditure on contracts for consultancies. Information on the value of contracts and consultancies is available on the AusTender website.' 129
If an entity entered into a contract with a value of more than $10,000 (inclusive of GST) and the contract did not provide the Auditor-General with access to the contractor's premises, the report must include the name of the contractor, purpose and value of the contract, and the reason why a clause allowing access was not included in the contract. 129
If an entity entered into a contract or there is a standing offer with a value greater than $10,000 (inclusive of GST) which has been exempted from being published in AusTender because it would disclose exempt matters under the FOI Act, the annual report must include a statement that the contract or standing offer has been exempted, and the value of the contract or standing offer, to the extent that doing so does not disclose the exempt matters. 129
A statement that '[Name of entity] supports small business participation in the Commonwealth Government procurement market. Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and Small Enterprise participation statistics are available on the Department of Finance's website.' 129
An outline of the ways in which the procurement practices of the entity support small and medium enterprises 129–30
A statement that '[Name of entity] recognises the importance of ensuring that small businesses are paid on time. The results of the Survey of Australian Government Payments to Small Business are available on the Treasury's website.' N/A
Inclusion of the annual financial statements in accordance with subsection 43(4) of the PGPA Act 156–201
A statement that 'During [reporting period], the [name of entity] conducted the following advertising campaigns: [name of advertising campaigns undertaken]. Further information on those advertising campaigns is available at [address of entity's website] and in the reports on Australian Government advertising prepared by the Department of Finance. Those reports are available on the Department of Finance's website.' N/A
If the entity did not conduct advertising campaigns, a statement to that effect 132
A statement that 'Information on grants awarded by [name of entity] during [reporting period] is available at [address of entity's website].' 133
Outline of mechanisms of disability reporting, including reference to website for further information 132
Website reference to where the entity's Information Publication Scheme statement pursuant to Part II of FOI Act can be found 132
Correction of material errors in previous annual report 133–4
Information required by other legislation 3126133
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