Annual Report 2000/2001 Territory Housing
Tabled paper 154
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Increased access to appropriate, affordable and well managed housing for Indigenous people. i Provision of policy advice and information to Government, the Indigenous Housing Authority of the Northern Territory and to other key stakeholders regarding Indigenous housing. Management of service agreements for the delivery of funded housing programs. Facilitation of strategic agreements such as the Bilateral Agreement on housing and housing-related infrastructure for Indigenous people in the Northern Territory. Maintenance and dissemination of information on Indigenous housing. Provision of secretariat services to the Indigenous Housing Authority of the Northern Territory. D ES IR ED O U T C O M ES I (As reported in Budget Paper No 2, 2000-01, pages 289 - 293.) Territory Housing 5. Increased access to appropriate, affordable and well managed housing for Indigenous people. 7. Minister and Territory Housing Business Services are informed on issues relating to public policy. Government Business Division Department QDm 3 141 m laR ill | hi1 hi R ESO U R C E A LLO C A T IO N Percentage of Overall Territory Housing Budget Resource Allocation by Output Resource A llocation by Type (Budget) 9%: Targeted access to housing for Government agencies, business enterprises and community based organisations. 0.3%: Coordination with ATSIC and the Commonwealth 1.3%:Advice to IHANT 2.2%: Policy Advice 96%: Distribution of funds 25 20 15 10 0.7 _L _ 0.3 <* o<? page 37
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