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Thursday, 9 February 2017
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Attorney-General's Department: Staff redundancies

(Question No. 215)


Mr Keogh asked the Minister representing the Attorney-General, in writing, on 7 November 2016:

1. In respect of staff in departments and agencies within the Minister's portfolio:

a. How many redundancies were made in 2015-16

b. From what department or agency were these redundancies

c. What was the cost of payments associated with these redundancies


Mr Keenan: The Attorney-General has provided the following answer to the honourable member's question:

Attorney-General ' s Department

1. a. 79

b. Attorney-General's Department

c. $5,181,846

Administrative Appeals Tribunal

1. a. 18

b. Administrative Appeals Tribunal

c. $997,354.44

Austrac

1. a. 5

b. Austrac

c. $454,128

Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity

1. a. Less than 5 - for privacy reasons, the department can provide a private briefing if the Member requires further information on this item.

b. Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity

c. $78,905.60

Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (Australian Crime Commission & Crimtrac in 15/16)

1. a. 9

b. Australian Crime Commission (6) and Crimtrac (3)

c. $546,632

Australian Financial Security Authority

1. a. Less than 5 - for privacy reasons, the department can provide a private briefing if the Member requires further information on this item.

b. Australian Financial Security Authority

c. $126,738

Australian Federal Police

1. a. 89

b. Australian Federal Police

c. $17,932,340.93

Australian Human Rights Commission

1. a. Less than 5 - for privacy reasons, the department can provide a private briefing if the Member requires further information on this item.

b. Australian Human Rights Commission

c. $40,949.26

Australian Law Reform Commission

1. a. Nil

b. Not applicable

c. Not applicable

Australian Security Intelligence Organisation

ASIO's separation rate at 30 June 2016 was 4.44 percent.

ASIO does not provide detailed information on staff separations to avoid prejudice to ASIO's activities.

Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions

1. a. 31

b. Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions

c. $2,247,265.35

Family Court of Australia and Federal Circuit Court of Australia

1. a. 5

b. Family Court of Australia and Federal Circuit Court of Australia

c. $691,120.43

Federal Court of Australia

1. a. 13

b. Federal Court of Australia

c. $794,369.82

High Court of Australia

1. a. Nil

b. Not applicable

c. Not applicable

National Archives of Australia

1. a. Nil

b. Not applicable

c. Not applicable

Office of the Australian Information Commissioner

1. a. Less than 5 - for privacy reasons, the department can provide a private briefing if the Member requires further information on this item.

b. Office of the Australian Information Commissioner

c. $134,366.38

Office of Parliamentary Counsel

1. a. Less than 5 - for privacy reasons, the department can provide a private briefing if the Member requires further information on this item.

b. Office of Parliamentary Counsel

c. $142,105