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Appendix 1: Reporting arrangements

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Table A1.1: Portfolio annual reporting requirements and arrangements
Elements
Reporting Arrangements
Administrative Appeals Tribunal
B
Australian Review Council
B
Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity
B
Australian Crime Commission
B
Australian Customs and Border Protection Service
B
Australian Federal Police
B
Australian Government Solicitor
B
Australian Human Rights Commission
B
Australian Institute of Criminology
B
Australian Institute of Police Management
C
Australian Law Reform Commission
B
Australian Security Intelligence Organisation
B
Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre
B
Classification Board
B
Classification Review Board
B
Copyright Tribunal of Australia
D
CrimTrac
B
Defence Force Discipline Appeal Tribunal
D
Family Court of Australia
B
Family Law Council
B
Federal Court of Australia
B
Federal Circuit Court of Australia
B
High Court of Australia
B
Insolvency and Trustee Services Australia (incorporating Inspector General in Bankruptcy on the operation of the Bankruptcy Act Annual Report 2011–12)
B & E
National Crime Statistics Unit
C
National Institute of Forensic Science Unit
C
National Native Title Tribunal
D
Office of Parliamentary Counsel
B
Office of the Australian Information Commissioner
B
Office of the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions
B
Solicitor-General
A

Key

A: Although resourced by the department, the Solicitor-General is independent of the department. The Solicitor-General does not report formally to Parliament.

B: Separate reports from these bodies are tabled in Parliament.

C: Agencies that provide reporting on activities and financial performance to the Standing Council on Police and Emergency Management under the auspice of the National Common Police Services.

D: The various Federal Court registries provide administrative support for these tribunals. Information about these bodies can be found in the Annual Report of the Federal Court of Australia.

E: The Attorney-General is required by paragraph 12(1)(d) of the Bankruptcy Act 1966 to report to Parliament on the operation of the Act.

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