Budget 2012-2013 Budget Paper No.3 The Budget
Tabled paper 1785
Tabled papers for 11th Assembly 2008 - 2012; Tabled papers; ParliamentNT
Tabled By Delia Lawrie
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29 Department of the Chief Minister Output Group/Output 2011-12 Estimate 2012-13 Budget $000 $000 Policy Advice and Public Sector Coordination 52 589 12 833 Policy Advice and Coordination 14 957 5 878 Multicultural Advancement 1 919 1 898 Alice Springs Transformation Plan 35 713 5 057 Territory Development 11 614 6 513 Major Projects 8 600 3 835 Asian Relations and Trade 3 014 2 678 Government Business Support 31 267 29 358 Support to Ministers and Leader of the Opposition 25 384 23 808 Legislation Production 2 444 2 321 Support to Administrator and Government House 3 439 3 229 Community Support 26 917 26 926 Community Support 26 917 26 926 Total Expenses 122 387 75 630 Appropriation Output 69 803 63 015 Capital 395 395 Commonwealth 2012-13 Staffing: 268 Agency Profile The Department of the Chief Minister is responsible for ensuring Government priorities are reflected in policy and implemented effectively by the public sector. Itprovides wholeofgovernment policy advice and leadership in coordinating approaches to priority issues throughout the Northern Territory Public Sector. Theagencys primary contribution to the strategic direction of the Government is through the coordination of coherent, rigorous and evidence-based advice to the Chief Minister and Cabinet. Strategic Issues for 201213 Society Coordinating the implementation of the Territorys long-term strategic plan, Territory2030, including monitoring and reporting on Territory 2030 targets across all core areas and agencies, delivering relevant Territory 2030 conferences and workshops, and coordinating the Territory2030Scorecard. Proactively engaging in emerging issues through the Council of Australian Governments, Council of Australian Federation, and other national frameworks to ensure optimal outcomes across all policy areas. Developing Northern Territory security arrangements aligned with national frameworks, strengthening coordinated whole of government emergency planning and response procedures.
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