Annual Report 1986/1987 Public Service Commissioner for the Northern Territory
Tabled Paper 390
Tabled Papers for 5th Assembly 1987 - 1990; Tabled Papers; ParliamentNT
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46 ADMINISTRATION The Administration Branch provides internal support in the areas of finance, budgets, registry, recruitment, personnel and office services to the Public Service Commissioner's Office and the Work Health Authority, and as a result of the Administrative Arrangements of 19 March 1987, the Administration Branch increased its staff by six to a total of 13. The salaries function for the Office is performed by the Department of Health and Community Services on an agency basis. TABLE : 1986/87 EXPENDITURE AND SALARIES PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE DIVISION SALARIES ADMIN CAPITAL OTHER PROPERTY TOTAL AND EXPENSES ITEMS SERV. MGT. ALLOW. $ ' 0 0 0 $ ' 0 0 0 $ ' 0 0 0 $'0 0 0$ ' 0 0 0 $ ' 0 0 0 P.S.C. 2,732 843 25 300 3,900 EMPLOYMENT & TRAINING 586 291 25 609 1,511 PROPERTIES BRANCH 290 30 - - 18,841 19,161 GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 512 512 3,608 Less Internal Revenue 1,164 50 1,42118,841 25,084 - 167 24,917 This table reflects the transfers of the Employment and Training Division from the Department of Industries and Development, and the Properties Branch and Government Printing Office from the Department of Transport and Works as a result of the Administrative Arrangements of 19 March 1987.
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