Annual Report 2000/2001 Territory Housing
Tabled paper 154
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Corporate Governance The following legislation provides the framework within which Territory Housing operates. Housing Act - Housing Assistance Schemes Regulations - Housing Regulations - Housing (Government Employees) Sale Scheme Regulations - Home Purchase Assistance Scheme Regulations - Housing Loan Regulations. Housing Loans Act - Housing (Concessional Loans) Regulations. Financial Management Act and Treasurers Directions. Public Sector Employment and Management Act - Regulations and Employment Instructions including Code of Conduct. iNTER-GOVERIIIM B iiT AGREEMENTS j The Northern Territory Government is a party to the following inter-governmental agreements relating to housing: Commonwealth State Housing Agreement - Bilateral Agreement (see Appendix). Agreement for the Provision and Management of Housing and Related Infrastructure for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People in the Northern Territory (see Appendix). Data agreements through the Housing Ministers Advisory Committee - National Housing Data Agreement - Agreement on National Indigenous Housing Information. Territory Housings reporting obligations are specified in the following legislation. Financial Management Act, including Part 2, Section 10 - Annual Financial Statements of Government Business Divisions and Part 3 - Duties of Accountable Officers. Treasurers Directions, including Section 5 Agency Financial Reporting and Section 6 Government Business Divisions. Public Sector Employment and Management Act, Part 4, Section 28 Reports by Chief Executive Officers. Employment Instructions. Housing Act, Part 7, Section 29 Annual Reporting. D D The Chief Executive Officer (Housing) is established as a commission under the Housing Act The Housing Act appoints the Chief Executive Officer (Housing): - to provide and assist in the provision of residential accommodation; - to provide accommodation, whether residential, office, industrial or otherwise for Commonwealth orTerritory public purposes; and - any other function imposed on the Chief Executive Officer (Housing) under the Act or any other Act. page 50
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