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Alphabetical index for print version of Annual Report

A

abbreviations, 232

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Performance Framework, 79

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

  • see Indigenous Australians

Aboriginal

Community Controlled Organisations, 72

Aboriginals Benefit Account annual report 2018–19, 209–216

Accountable Authority, 98

administrative tribunal decisions, 91

advertising and market research, 129–130

airport facilitations, 32

annual performance statement, 25–84

APEC Leaders’ Meeting, Papua New Guinea, 6, 31, 32, 43, 52

APS Census, 101

APS Policy Capability Project, 34–35

asset management, 130

Atlantic Fellows for Social Equity Program, 102, 111

audit, external, 79, 91

Australia Day Awards, 32

Australian Bureau of Statistics, 55

Australian Indigenous Graduate Pathway, 104

Australian Infrastructure Financing Facility for the Pacific, 51

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, 79

Australian LGBTI Inclusion Awards, 100–101

Australian National Audit Office, 79, 91

  • reports, 66

B

Behavioural Economics Team of the Australian Government, 43, 52–53

Best Practice Guide to Applying Data Sharing Principles, 55

Blackrock Peacekeeping and Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief Camp, 51

business incubation pilot, Indigenous, 68

C

Cabinet, services to, 30, 38

Caretaker Conventions, advice on, 4, 29, 36

Central Analytics Hub, 54

Christchurch terrorism attacks, 5, 56

Citizen Experience Survey, 43

climate risk, 89

Closing the Gap, 8, 59, 61, 62, 91

Coalition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peak Organisations, 60, 62

Comcare, 112

committees, governance, 87–88

Community Development Program (CDP), 7, 66

Community Led Grant, 83

complaints management, 89–90

consultants, 128

corporate governance, 87

Corporate Plan 2018–2022, 20–21, 25, 29, 41, 59

Council of Australian Governments (COAG), 2, 32, 37, 45, 46, 49, 60–62

cyber threats, 6, 41

D

Data Champions Network, 55

Data Integration Partnerships for Australia, 54, 79

Data Sharing Principles, 55

Defence Integrated Investment Program, 6

Department of Agriculture, 47

Department of Communications and the Arts, 5, 57

Department of Defence, 6

Department of Education, 2, 37, 45

Department of Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business, 66, 79, 84

Department of Human Services, 66

Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development, 47

Department of Social Services, 5, 42, 48, 75

Department of the Environment and Energy, 79, 83, 89

Department of the Treasury, 45

digital and online developments, 9, 41, 53–54, 64–65

Diversity Champion, 99

diversity groups, workplace, 99

drought, 2, 41–42, 45–47, 54

E

education see National Schools Reform Agreement

employees, 92–111

  • affected by family and domestic violence, 104
  • flexible work practices, 103
  • inclusion and diversity, 99–101
  • Indigenous, 98, 102–103, 104
  • learning and development, 110–111
  • recruitment, 102, 104
  • remuneration, 105–106
  • statistics, 92–98

employment

  • Indigenous, 69, 80–81, 83
  • rural and remote, 66

Employment Parity Initiative, 83

Employment Services System, 84

Empowered Communities, 63, 75–77

energy use, departmental, 113

Enterprise Agreement 2017–2022, 104–105

environmental performance, 112–113

evaluation capability, 79

EXCO see Federal Executive Council (EXCO)

Executive, 16

expenses for outcomes, 122–127

external scrutiny, 91

F

family and domestic violence, 2, 5, 10, 26, 41, 43, 48–49, 100, 104

Farm Household Allowance, 46

FarmHub, 47

federal election 2019, 4, 9, 29, 36

Federal Executive Council (EXCO), 38

finance law, non-compliance with, 131

financial management, 113–127

financial statements, 133–206

flexible work practices, 9, 103

floods, North Queensland, 2, 3–4, 42

foreign interference threats, 6, 41

fraud prevention and control, 90

freedom of information, 91, 128

Future Drought Fund, 46

G

G20 Leaders’ Summits, 5, 6, 31–32, 43, 51, 56–57

gender equality, 12, 41, 42–43, 49, 100–101

Governance Group, 13, 15

Governor-General, 4, 13, 17, 29, 30, 33–34, 36

Graduate Program, 102, 104

grant programs, 131

Great Dreaming Track, 76

Green River Aboriginal Corporation, 74

Guests of Government program, 32, 43

Guidance on Caretaker Conventions review, 36

Gurindji Aboriginal Corporation, 74

H

Heads of State and Heads of Government, visits by, 6, 30, 31–32, 43

honours system, Australian, 30, 33–34

Hunt, the Hon Greg MP (Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for the Public Service and Cabinet), 19

I

Inclusion and Diversity Committee, 88, 99

Independent Review of the APS, 9, 10, 30, 101

Indigenous Advancement Strategy, 21, 26–27, 60, 65

  • implementation and monitoring programs, 83–84
  • performance data, 80–82

Indigenous Affairs Group, 13, 15, 60, 89

Indigenous Apprenticeship Program, 104

Indigenous Australian Government Development Program, 104

Indigenous Australians (Purpose 3), 7–8, 59–84

  • activities 2018–19, 59
  • analysis, 59–60
  • business and economic development, 65–69
  • businesses and other organisations, support for, 7, 73–76
  • capability and governance activities, 63–64
  • employment initiatives, 66–69, 80–81, 83–84
  • Empowered Communities, 63, 75–76
  • housing, 68–69
  • language and culture, support for, 64–65
  • participation, 73–76
  • schooling and education, 70–73, 77–78, 82
  • Youth Through-care Model, 71–73

Indigenous Business Australia, 67

Indigenous Entrepreneurs Fund, 7, 68

Indigenous Evaluation Committee, 78

Indigenous Leadership Program, 102

Indigenous Procurement Policy, 7, 67–68

Indigenous Protected Areas, 79, 83

Indigenous Rangers Strategy projects, 79, 83–84, 121

Indigenous Remote Business Incubators, 68

Indigenous Research Exchange, 78

Indigenous Student Success Program, 70–71

individual flexibility arrangements, 104–105

Information Publication Scheme, 91

infrastructure priorities, support for, 41

international engagement, 5, 31–32, 41, 50–52

International Women’s Day, 103

J

Jawoyn Association Aboriginal Corporation, 74

jobseekers, rural, 7, 59, 66

Joint Agency Drought Taskforce, 3–4, 42, 46–47, 54

Joint Council on Closing the Gap, 8, 60–62

judicial decisions, 91

K

key management personnel, 106–108

L

languages, Indigenous, 64–65

leadership behaviours, 99

leadership development, 102, 110–111

learning and development, employee, 110–111

LGBTIQ+ workforce, 100–101

Living First Language Platform, 65

M

machinery of government changes, 9

management and accountability, 87–131

Many Rivers Microfinance Limited, 67–68

Mental Health Guru, 112

Minister for Indigenous Australians, 19, 60

ministers, 18–19

mission, 11

Morrison, the Hon Scott MP (Prime Minister), 18

Morton, the Hon Ben MP (Assistant Minister to the Prime Minister and Cabinet), 19

Murray–Darling Basin Plan, 45

N

NAIDOC Week, 64, 103

National Aboriginal and Islanders Day Observance Committee, 103

National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Higher Education Consortium, 70

National Australian Built Environment Rating System, 113

National Data Advisory Council, 55

National Drought Map, 43, 46, 54

National Drought Summit, 46

National Farmers Federation, 47

National Framework for Protecting Australia’s Children 2009–2020, 5

National Indigenous Australians Agency, 2, 8, 60, 68

National Map Terria Mapping Platform, 54

National Native Title Council, 63

National Office for Child Safety, 5

National Partnership on Remote Housing in the Northern Territory, 68–69

National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children 2010–2022, 2, 42–43, 48–49

National Reconciliation Week, 102

National Schools Reform Agreement, 2, 43, 44–45

National Security and International Policy Group, 12, 15

National Summit on Reducing Violence Against Women and their Children, 5

National Water Infrastructure Development Fund, 45

native title reform, 7, 59, 63

Naval Shipbuilding Plan, 6, 42

NextStep Traineeship Program, 104

North Queensland Livestock Industry Recovery Agency, 3–4, 17, 42

North Queensland Water Infrastructure Authority, 45

Northern Territory Government, 69, 73–74

Northern Territory Land Councils, 69

notifiable incidents, 112

O

Office for Women, 42–43, 49, 114

Office of National Intelligence, 9

Office of the National Data Commissioner, 55

official visits, 6, 30, 31–32, 43

online safety, 56–57

Opportunity Account, 76

organisational structure, 12–15

outcomes, 20–21

P

Pacific Labour Scheme, 51

Pacific Step-Up, 5, 6, 50–51

Pama Futures, 63, 76

Parkinson, Dr Martin AC PSM (Secretary) review, 2018–19, 1–10

Partnership Agreement on Closing the Gap, 60, 62

Pat Turner Scholarship, 102, 111

Payne, Senator the Hon Marise (Minister for Women), 19, 41

performance pay, 105, 110

performance results summary, 26–27

Policy Hub, 35

policy skills development, 34–35

portfolio, 17

Portfolio Budget Statements, 20–21

Prescribed Bodies Corporate, 63–64

prime ministerial overseas visits, 6, 30, 31–32, 43

procurement, 127–128

programs, 20–21

purposes, 11, 20–21, 25

R

Reconciliation Action Plan, 102

Regional Network, 9, 12, 13, 66, 74, 77–78, 81

Registrar of Indigenous Corporations report 2018–19, 217–218

Regulation Impact Statements, 2, 37

Remote School Attendance Strategy, 77

remuneration, employee, 105–109

resourcing statement, 118–120

Review to Achieve Education Excellence in Australian Schools, 44

risk management, 88–89

role, 11

Royal Commissions, 30, 43

rural and regional communities, support for, 41, 42, 45–47

  • employment and community development, 66
  • Indigenous Australians, 63–65

S

salary ranges, 105

scholarships, 82, 102, 111

Secretaries Equality and Diversity Council, 100

Senate Finance and Public Administration References Committee, 66

Senior Executive Service remuneration, 106–109

Sir Roland Wilson PhD Scholarship, 102, 111

small and medium enterprises, 129

social media, terrorist and violent extremism on, 5, 56–57

Sorry Day Bridge Walk, 102

State Funerals, 29, 32

State Memorial Services, 29, 32

statutory office holders, 106

Staying in Touch Policy, 103

Sustainable Development Goals, 43

T

Tailored Assistance Employment Grants, 83

Taskforce to Combat Terrorist and Extreme Violent Material Online, 56–57

terrorism threats, 5, 42, 56–57

Time to Work Employment Service, 66

Traditional Owners, 63

Transformation Agenda, 2, 9, 10, 12

U

universities, 70–71

V

Vocational Training and Employment Centres, 83–84

W

Walangeri Ngumpinku Aboriginal Corporation, 74

waste recycling, departmental, 113

water projects, 45

Western Australia Indigenous Business and Employment Hub, 68

Wild Boars soccer team rescuers, awards to, 33–34

Women’s Economic Security Statement, 42, 49

Women’s Safety Ministers, 49

work health and safety, 111–112

Working Your Way, 9, 103

Workplace Health and Safety Commitment statement, 111

Wyatt, the Hon Ken AM MP (Minister for Indigenous Australians), 19, 60

Y

Yarrabah Leaders Forum, 77–78

Your Online Journey app, 65

Youth Through-care Model, 71–73

Yugul Mangi Development Aboriginal Corporation, 74