Collects and preserves Australian Government records that reflect our history and identity. Promotes good government recordkeeping and encourages community awareness and use of valuable Australian Government records in its care.
Responsible for looking after the national capital aspects of Canberra, the Authority administers the National Capital Plan, carries out works that maintain or enhance the character of the national capital and promotes an awareness of the national capital.
Provides research and statistics on vocational education and training (VET) and is responsible for collecting, managing, analysing, evaluating and communicating research and statistics about VET nationally.
Established as an independent body to review and report on the performance, functions and roles of the Commonwealth government. Includes terms of reference, submissions and the Report – Towards Responsible Government – and related appendices.
Provides easier access to disability sector information and facilitates communication between the national disability organisations. Thirteen national disability organisations contribute to government policies on issues affecting people with disability.
Provides supporting information for a campaign to improve health, social and economic outcomes for Australians by preventing the uptake of harmful drug use and reducing the harmful effects of licit and illicit drugs in our society.
Collects, preserves and shares our rich audiovisual heritage of films, television and radio programs, videos, audio tapes, records, compact discs, phonograph cylinders, wire recordings, documents and artefacts.
Provides information about Australian art, Aboriginal art, Asian art and international art including paintings, prints, barks, sculpture, photography, posters, textiles, and decorative arts in the National Collection.