Department of Corporate and Information Services annual report 2016-17
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Annual Report 2016-17 | Department of Corporate and Information Services 25 ACHIEVEMENTS Performance Achievements in 2016-17 COMPLETED Aligned to Description of achievement BP Implemented Chartgen to enable better management of agency charts of accounts. SP BP Developed and delivered specialist tax training on GST and property transactions. SP BP Developed online FBT videos and GST training packages for grants and appropriations to guide agency staff. SP BP Undertook stakeholder engagement, and collated business requirements for grants management processes with new GrantsNT prototype build. SP BP Established new virtual payment card facility. BP Developed reports to ensure NTG compliant with new ATO payments reporting requirements. BP Completed the transfer of the portfolio of housing assets into GAS. SP BP Implemented Machinery of Government changes across most agencies. IN PROGRESS Aligned to Description of achievement Expected completion SP BP Planning for the Electronic Card Management System (ECMS) upgrade. end 2017 BP Establishing a new prepaid payment card facility for one-off emergency payments such as in the event of a natural disaster. end 2017 BP Ensuring NTG compliant with new ATO grants reporting requirements. end 2017 ONGOING Aligned to Description of achievement BP IP Continuing phased Feenix system roll-out to agencies. SP BP IP Assisting agencies to improve processing of supplier invoices within NTGs 30-day payment policy. Actions in 2016-17 led to an average 3% increase across government. SP BP Improving the rate of electronic lodgement of supplier invoices and increase the proportion of invoices paid within the 30-day payment policy. Future Priorities Design, develop and implement all-of-government grants management system, GrantsNT. Increase the number of supplier invoices lodged digitally. Redevelop the payroll tax system used to calculate and lodge departmental obligations. Ensure DCIS is proactively positioned to take advantage of the new payments platform technology being implemented by the banking industry to enable real time payments. 90% of undisputed invoices paid within 30 days Across NTG, over 500 000 invoices paid each year Our Reporting Symbols: SP Strategic Plan BP Business Plan IP Innovation Program
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