This page provides an alphabetical listing of Australian Government 'Hotline' contact numbers by subject.
Index page to the Department of Finance annual reports. Reports are available in PDF and HTML format.
There is a variety of superannuation arrangements applying to Australian Government employees and statutory office holders (office holders). This page describes the superannuation options available with links to the relevant Acts and further information on the superannuation schemes available.
AusTender provides centralised publication of Australian Government business opportunities, annual procurement plans, multi-use lists and contracts. You need to be a registered user of AusTender to download tender documents, receive business opportunities and addenda notifications and lodge tenders.
New user registration form for users of AusTender
The Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO), Department of Finance works across government to maintain Australia's position as a leader in the productive application of information and communications technologies to government administration, information and services.
Guidelines are to assist agencies to determine what their Competitive Neutrality obligations may be and what adjustments may need to be made.
Provides information on the Library Deposit Scheme, the Style manual, 6th edition and the Australian Style newsletter.
Provides help to executives, business managers, web managers and others to quickly improve their understanding of a range of issues associated with the provision of services online.
If you're moving house there's a range of people and organisations that you need to notify.
Comcover is the Australian Government's general insurance fund. Comcover provides insurance and risk management services to Australian Government Departments and agencies.
Commonwealth Authorities and Companies Act 1997 (CAC Act) bodies are entities that are subject to the CAC Act. These are Commonwealth authorities and Commonwealth companies. This page provides links to Flipchart of FMA Act Agencies / CAC Act Bodies and List of CAC Act Bodies.
The Commonwealth Procurement Guidelines (CPGs) establish the core procurement policy framework and articulate the Government's expectations of all departments and agencies (agencies) subject to the Financial Management and Accountability Act 1997 (FMA Act) and their officials when performing duties in relation to procurement.
With a land mass of close to 7.7 million square kilometres, Australia is the world's sixth largest country and is divided into three separate time zones. Information on this page includes Daylight Saving and links to those states and territories that observe it.
You can enrol to vote for the first time or get back on the roll if you: are an Australian citizen or a British subject who was enrolled on 25 January 1984, and are 18 years or older, and have lived at your current address for at least one month.
Links to the Department's Portfolio Budget Statements 2013-2014.
The Financial Management and Accountability Act 1997 (FMA Act) applies to Agencies that are financially part of the Commonwealth as a single legal entity. This page provides links to Flipchart of FMA Act Agencies / CAC Act Bodies and List of FMA Agencies.
The financial framework underpins the appropriation, expenditure and use of money and resources within the Australian Government. It is an important feature of an accountable and transparent public sector and informs the daily work of Australian Government agencies, office holders and their employees.
Index of ICT Procurement links including e-Procurement, ICT Sourcing, Source IT model contracts, GITC4, ICT Management Consultant Multi Use List and Australian Government Telecommunications Arrangement (AGTA).
Outlines the benefits that are expected to come from a strategic and coordinated approach to developing and using ICT in Australian Government agencies.
The ICT MUL is a list of ICT suppliers that Australian Government agencies can use to source ICT goods and services and to select tender.
The Australian Government Procurement Policy Framework establishes the principles for the government's acquisition of property and services. The framework is based on the principles of value for money; efficient, effective and ethical use of resources; and accountability and transparency in Australian Government procurement activities.
Sets out the standards that Ministerial staff are expected to meet in the performance of their duties. Their closeness to the most significant decisions of government is a privilege that carries with it an obligation to act at all times with integrity and awareness of the expectation of the Australian community that the highest standards of conduct will be observed.
This page provides information about superannuation circulars issued by the Department of Finance and Deregulation.