PGPA Rule Reference
Part of Report
Contents of annual report
Ref Enabling Legislation
Details of the legislation establishing the body.
Ref Section 5(1)
A summary of the objects and functions of the entity as set out in legislation.
Ref Our Purpose
The purposes of the entity as included in the entity’s corporate plan for the reporting period.
The names of the persons holding the position of responsible Minister or responsible Ministers during the reporting period, and the titles of those responsible Ministers.
Directions given to the entity by the Minister under an Act or instrument during the reporting period.
Any government policy order that applied in relation to the entity during the reporting period under section 22 of the Act.
Particulars of non-compliance with:
(a) a direction given to the entity by the Minister under an Act or instrument during the reporting period; or
(b) a government policy order that applied in relation to the entity during the reporting period under section 22 of the Act.
Ref Annual Performance Statement: AFTRS 2019–20
Annual performance statements in accordance with paragraph 39(1)(b) of the Act and section 16F of the rule.
A statement of significant issues reported to the Minister under paragraph 19(1)(e) of the Act that relates to non-compliance with finance law and action taken to remedy non-compliance.
Ref Details of Accountable Authority
Information on the accountable authority, or each member of the accountable authority, of the entity during the reporting period.
Ref Organisation Chart
Outline of the organisational structure of the entity (including any subsidiaries of the entity).
Ref Comparison Tables
Statistics on the entity’s employees on an ongoing and non-ongoing basis, including the following:
(a) statistics on full-time employees;
(b) statistics on part-time employees;
(c) statistics on gender;
(d) statistics on staff location.
Ref Property Use
Outline of the location (whether or not in Australia) of major activities or facilities of the entity.
Ref Corporate Governance
Information relating to the main corporate governance practices used by the entity during the reporting period.
For transactions with a related Commonwealth entity or related company where the value of the transaction, or if there is more than one transaction, the aggregate of those transactions, is more than $10,000 (inclusive of GST):
(a) the decision making process undertaken by the accountable authority to approve the entity paying for a good or service from, or providing a grant to, the related Commonwealth entity or related company; and
(b) the value of the transaction, or if there is more than one transaction, the number of transactions and the aggregate of value of the transactions.
Any significant activities and changes that affected the operation or structure of the entity during the reporting period.
Particulars of judicial decisions or decisions of administrative tribunals that may have a significant effect on the operations of the entity.
Particulars of any reports on the entity given by:
(a) the Auditor-General (other than a report under section 43 of the Act); or
(b) a Parliamentary Committee; or
(c) the Commonwealth Ombudsman; or
(d) the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner.
An explanation of information not obtained from a subsidiary of the entity and the effect of not having the information on the annual report.
Ref Indemnities and Insurance Premiums
Details of any indemnity that applied during the reporting period to the accountable authority, any member of the accountable authority or officer of the entity against a liability (including premiums paid, or agreed to be paid, for insurance against the authority, member or officer’s liability for legal costs).
Ref Remuneration Information
Information about executive remuneration.
Ref Finance, Audit and Risk Management Committee
The following information about the audit committee for the entity:
(a) a direct electronic address of the charter determining the functions of the audit committee;
(b) the name of each member of the audit committee;
(c) the qualifications, knowledge, skills or experience of each member of the audit committee;
(d) information about each member’s attendance at meetings of the audit committee;
(e) the remuneration of each member of the audit committee.
Disclosure requirements for government business enterprises