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Thursday, 27 March 2014
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Defence: Personnel

(Question No. 44)


Ms Brodtmann asked the Minister representing the Minister for Defence, in writing, on 11 February 2014:

For each electoral division as at 31 December 2013, and as contained in the final pay figures for the first quarter for 2013-14 within the Defence People Group of the Minister's department, what was the (a) personnel headcount for (i) the Navy, (ii) the Army, (iii) the Air Force, (iv) civilians, and (v) Reserves, and (b) number of civilians (i) on fixed-term contracts, and (ii) employed part-time.


Ms Julie Bishop: The Minister for Defence has provided the following answer to the honourable member's question:

(a)

   (i) to (v)

The personnel headcounts for Navy, Army, Air Force, Civilians and Reserves for each electoral division are provided in Table A.

TABLE A

STATE

ELECTORATE

NAVY

ARMY

RAAF

CIVI

RESERVE

TOTAL

ACT

CANBERRA

283

170

111

390

804

1758

FRASER

1084

2009

1573

8555

1886

15107

ACT Total

1367

2179

1684

8945

2690

16865

NSW

BARTON

2

104

106

BRADFIELD

16

2

234

252

CALARE

12

2

154

168

CHIFLEY

1

55

56

COWPER

2

40

42

CUNNINGHAM

12

9

1

116

84

222

EDEN-MONARO

159

226

178

256

161

980

FARRER

1

2

1

5

11

20

GILMORE

1130

74

24

330

115

1673

HUGHES

46

2295

41

291

846

3519

HUME

11

11

HUNTER

408

29

73

510

KINGSFORD SMITH

3

371

5

50

542

971

LINDSAY

8

45

61

293

182

589

LYNE

2

22

24

MACKELLAR

1

17

18

MACQUARIE

190

1597

281

528

2596

NEW ENGLAND

5

39

52

9

109

214

NEWCASTLE

31

75

2404

517

898

3925

NORTH SYDNEY

546

2

74

42

664

PAGE

16

5

3

171

195

PARKES

3

1

16

20

PARRAMATTA

10

57

11

11

352

441

PATERSON

1

28

149

0

178

REID

18

3

16

2

39

RICHMOND

3

64

67

RIVERINA

70

916

476

121

136

1719

ROBERTSON

1

88

89

SYDNEY

89

78

3

503

365

1038

THROSBY

1

0

1

WARRINGAH

164

19

13

90

286

WENTWORTH

4353

352

9

436

1255

6405

NSW Total

6627

5237

4899

3508

6767

27038

NT

LINGIARI

15

549

38

193

795

SOLOMON

723

3544

470

302

699

5738

NT Total

723

3559

1019

340

892

6533

QLD

BLAIR

6

566

2419

193

962

4146

BRISBANE

14

77

15

164

114

384

CAPRICORNIA

8

8

68

84

DAWSON

4

41

45

FAIRFAX

1

4

1

17

23

FISHER

2

0

2

FLYNN

1

35

36

FORDE

3

65

68

GRIFFITH

68

5

1

58

502

634

GROOM

31

632

52

203

158

1076

HERBERT

13

5096

504

361

711

6685

HINKLER

17

17

KENNEDY

18

3

74

95

LEICHHARDT

815

67

4

77

565

1528

LONGMAN

2

46

48

MARANOA

1

5

49

55

MCPHERSON

2

3

3

2

10

MONCRIEFF

11

19

30

PETRIE

1

0

1

RYAN

19

4825

31

337

1585

6797

WIDE BAY

6

1

46

53

WRIGHT

5

177

12

67

222

483

QLD Total

974

11509

3042

1477

5298

22300

SA

ADELAIDE

25

98

8

63

863

1057

BARKER

2

20

22

BOOTHBY

29

18

348

395

GREY

4

9

36

49

KINGSTON

1

26

27

MAYO

304

5

6

315

PORT ADELAIDE

26

123

10

159

WAKEFIELD

33

1078

1846

2089

503

5549

SA Total

84

1516

1854

2307

1812

7573

TAS

BASS

6

16

77

99

BRADDON

6

57

63

DENISON

17

60

7

61

549

694

FRANKLIN

2

8

65

75

TAS Total

17

74

7

85

748

931

VIC

BALLARAT

16

3

172

191

BENDIGO

12

90

88

190

CALWELL

22

13

140

175

CHISHOLM

2

12

14

CORANGAMITE

1

18

62

7

88

CORIO

6

64

70

DEAKIN

14

1

177

192

DUNKLEY

5

0

5

FLINDERS

1131

16

53

62

464

1726

GELLIBRAND

2

13

12

149

176

GIPPSLAND

18

6

346

121

89

580

GOLDSTEIN

1

69

70

HOTHAM

30

1

281

312

INDI

31

1207

86

224

122

1670

ISAACS

10

6

66

82

JAGAJAGA

7

595

34

88

541

1265

KOOYONG

8

2

199

209

LALOR

3

61

2

66

LYONS

23

69

305

604

352

1353

MALLEE

4

32

36

MARIBYRNONG

3

85

88

MCEWEN

1

792

227

112

1132

MCMILLAN

1

29

30

MELBOURNE

33

105

17

615

206

976

MELBOURNE PORTS

25

193

20

2050

124

2412

MURRAY

12

37

27

76

WANNON

1

22

23

VIC Total

1272

3159

861

4284

3631

13207

WA

BRAND

2206

9

2

328

918

3463

CURTIN

1

719

5

68

1146

1939

DURACK

51

7

33

193

284

FORREST

3

21

24

FREMANTLE

4

34

2

98

107

245

HASLUCK

4

5

15

34

58

LINGIARI

2

0

2

MOORE

2

30

32

O'CONNOR

36

36

PEARCE

9

1

347

37

265

659

PERTH

9

13

4

3

9

38

SWAN

14

1

4

19

WA Total

2233

837

383

583

2763

6799

OSEAS

OVERSEAS

234

280

256

122

12

904

Grand Total

13531

28350

14005

21651

24613

102150

 

(b)

   (i) and (ii)

The number of civilians (headcounts) on fixed-term contracts and employed part-time, are provided in Table B.

TABLE B

STATE

ELECTORATE

APS TOTAL

APS FIXED TERM

APS PART TIME

ACT

CANBERRA

390

3

25

FRASER

8555

48

567

ACT Total

8945

51

592

NSW

BRADFIELD

2

0

CALARE

2

0

CUNNINGHAM

116

1

12

EDEN-MONARO

256

2

21

FARRER

5

0

1

GILMORE

330

1

22

HUGHES

291

3

10

HUNTER

29

0

2

KINGSFORD SMITH

50

0

3

LINDSAY

293

0

12

MACQUARIE

281

1

19

NEW ENGLAND

9

0

2

NEWCASTLE

517

1

34

NORTH SYDNEY

74

0

4

PAGE

3

0

PARKES

1

0

PARRAMATTA

11

0

PATERSON

149

0

30

REID

16

0

RIVERINA

121

1

12

SYDNEY

503

8

29

WARRINGAH

13

0

WENTWORTH

436

4

9

NSW Total

3508

22

222

NT

LINGIARI

38

0

2

SOLOMON

302

0

10

NT Total

340

0

12

QLD

BLAIR

193

0

5

BRISBANE

164

1

3

CAPRICORNIA

8

0

GRIFFITH

58

0

GROOM

203

0

6

HERBERT

361

4

19

KENNEDY

3

0

1

LEICHHARDT

77

0

5

MARANOA

5

0

RYAN

337

5

6

WIDE BAY

1

0

WRIGHT

67

0

7

QLD Total

1477

10

52

SA

ADELAIDE

63

0

6

BOOTHBY

18

0

GREY

9

0

MAYO

5

0

PORT ADELAIDE

123

0

5

WAKEFIELD

2089

1

93

SA Total

2307

1

104

TAS

BASS

16

0

5

DENISON

61

0

6

FRANKLIN

8

0

2

TAS Total

85

0

13

VIC

BALLARAT

3

0

BENDIGO

90

0

CALWELL

13

0

CORANGAMITE

62

0

1

DEAKIN

1

0

DUNKLEY

5

0

1

FLINDERS

62

0

3

GELLIBRAND

12

0

GIPPSLAND

121

1

5

HOTHAM

1

0

INDI

224

0

12

ISAACS

6

0

JAGAJAGA

88

1

5

KOOYONG

2

0

LALOR

61

0

2

LYONS

604

3

23

MCEWEN

227

35

6

MELBOURNE

615

1

52

MELBOURNE PORTS

2050

5

103

MURRAY

37

0

VIC Total

4284

46

213

WA

BRAND

328

0

20

CURTIN

68

0

2

DURACK

33

0

2

FREMANTLE

98

0

2

HASLUCK

15

0

PEARCE

37

0

1

PERTH

3

0

SWAN

1

0

WA Total

583

0

27

OSEAS

OVERSEAS

122

1

Grand Total

21651

131

1235

 

Notes:

1. APS figures in the above Tables are actual headcount figures, encompassing staff on Leave Without Pay, and staff working full or part time as at 31 Dec 13. There are clearer measures for comparing workforces, such as Full Time Equivalent for the APS or Average Funded Strength for military.

2. Electorates not listed indicate there are no Defence employees working in that electoral division.