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Monday, 25 October 2010
Page: 641


The ACTING DEPUTY PRESIDENT (Senator Pratt)—Pursuant to standing orders 38 and 166, I present documents listed on today’s Order of Business at item 12, which have been presented to the President, the Deputy President and the Temporary Chairmen of Committees since the Senate last sat. In accordance with the terms of the standing orders, the publication of the documents was authorised.

The list read as follows—

(a)   Documents certified by the President

1. Department of the Senate—Report for 2009-10 (received 14 October 2010)

2. Department of Parliamentary Services—Report for 2009-10 (received 14 October 2010)

(b)   Committee reports

1. Environment and Communications References Committee—Report—Sustainable management by the Commonwealth of water resources (received 7 October 2010)

2. Economics Legislation Committee—Report: Tax Laws Amendment (Public Benefit Test) Bill 2010—Additional information received by the committee (received 7 October 2010)

(c)   Government responses to parliamentary committee reports

1. Parliamentary Joint Committee on the Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity—Interim report—Operation of the Law Enforcement Integrity Commissioner Act 2006 (received 13 October 2010)

2. Legal and Constitutional Affairs References Committee—Report—Australia’s judicial system and the role of judges (received 19 October 2010)

(d)   Government documents

1. Australian Human Rights Commission—Report—Inquiry of complaint: Mr KL v State of NSW Department of Education (received 1 October 2010)

2. Administrative Review Council—Report for 2009-10 (received 6 October 2010)

3. Classification Board and Classification Review Board—Reports for 2009-10 (received 6 October 2010)

4. Family Law Council—Report for 2009-10 (received 6 October 2010)

5. Office of Parliamentary Counsel—Report 2009-10 (received 12 October 2010)

6. Water Efficiency Labelling and Standards Act 2005—Independent review of the Water Efficiency Labelling and Standards Scheme—Report by Chris Guest (received 13 October 2010)

7. Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security (IGIS)—Report for 2009-10 (received 13 October 2010)

8. Crimes Act 1914—Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity: witness identity protection certificates—Report for 2009-10 (received 13 October 2010)

9. Crimes Act 1914—Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity: assumed identities—Report for 2009-10 (received 13 October 2010)

10. CrimTrac Agency—Report for 2009-10 (received 13 October 2010)

11. Attorney-General’s Department—Report for 2009-10 (received 13 October 2010)

12. Administrative Appeals Tribunal—Report for 2009-10 (received 13 October 2010)

13. National Native Title Tribunal—Report for 2009-10 (received 13 October 2010)

14. Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy—Report for 2009-10 (received 13 October 2010)

15. Australian Communications and Media Authority—Report for 2009-10 (received 13 October 2010)

16. Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)—Report for 2009-10 (received 14 October 2010)

17. Department of Finance and Deregulation—Report for 2009-10 (received 14 October 2010)

18. Australian Law Reform Commission—Report for 2009-10 (received 14 October 2010)

19. Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC)—Report for 2009-10 (received 14 October 2010)

20. Family Court of Australia—Report for 2009-10 (received 14 October 2010)

21. Federal Court of Australia—Report for 2009-10 (received 14 October 2010)

22. Federal Magistrates Court of Australia—Report for 2009-10 (received 14 October 2010)

23. High Court of Australia—Report for 2009-10 (received 14 October 2010)

24. Customs Act 1901—Conduct of Customs and Border Protection officers [Managed deliveries]—Report for 2009-10 (received 14 October 2010)

25. Repatriation Medical Authority—Report for 2009-10 (received 14 October 2010)

26. Australian Institute of Family Studies—Report for 2009-10 (received 15 October 2010)

27. Australian Federal Police—Report for 2009-10 (received 15 October 2010)

28. Department of Human Services—Report for 2009-10 (received 15 October 2010)

29. Centrelink—Report for 2009-10 (received 15 October 2010)

30. Medicare Australia—Report for 2009-10 (received 15 October 2010)

31. Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry—Report for 2009-10 (received 15 October 2010)

32. Australia Post—Report for 2009-10 (received 15 October 2010)

33. Australian Government Solicitor—Report for 2009-10 (received 15 October 2010)

34. Inspector-General of Taxation--Report for 2009-10 (received 22 October 2010)

(e)   Report of the Auditor-General

Report no. 12 of 2010-11—Performance audit—Home Insulation Program: Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts; Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency; Medicare Australia (received 15 October 2010)

(f)   Statements of compliance and letters of advice relating to Senate orders 1.     Statements of compliance relating to indexed lists of files: Treasury portfolio agencies (received 1 October 2010) Commonwealth Ombudsman (received 14 October 2010) Official Secretary to the Governor-General (received 15 October 2010) Fair Work Ombudsman (received 15 October 2010) Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency (received 18 October 2010) Australian Organ and Tissue Donation and Transplantation Authority (received 20 October 2010) Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government portfolio agencies (received 22 October 2.     Letters of advice relating to lists of contracts: Human Services portfolio agencies (received 1 October 2010) Veterans’ Affairs portfolio agencies (received 1 October 2010) Defence Materiel Organisation (received 13 October 2010) Resources, Energy and Tourism portfolio agencies (received 14 October 2010) Education, Employment and Workplace Relations portfolio agencies (received 22 October 2010) 3.     Letters of advice relating to lists of departmental and agency appointments and vacancies: Health and Ageing portfolio agencies (received 7 October 2010) Australian Institute of Family Studies (received 7 October 2010) Office for Sport (received 11 October 2010) Department of Immigration and Citizenship (received 11 October 2010) Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (received 11 October 2010) Office of National Assessments (received 11 October 2010) Office of the Official Secretary to the Governor-General (received 11 October 2010) Attorney-General’s portfolio agencies (received 11 October 2010) Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency (received 11 October 2010) Infrastructure and Transport portfolio agencies (received 11 October 2010) Privacy Advisory Committee, Office of the Privacy Commissioner and the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (received 11 October 2010) National Archives of Australia (received 11 October 2010) Department of Veterans’ Affairs (received 11 October 2010) Australian National Audit Office (received 11 October 2010) Australian Public Service Commission (received 11 October 2010) Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (received 11 October 2010) Innovation, Industry, Science and Research portfolio agencies [2] (the latter being a correction) (received 11 and 20 October 2010) Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (received 11 October 2010) Office for the Arts (received 11 October 2010) Old Parliament House (received 11 October 2010) Office of the Commonwealth Ombudsman (received 11 October 2010) Office of the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security (received 11 October 2010) Human Services portfolio agencies (received 12 October 2010) Finance and Deregulation portfolio agencies (received 12 October 2010) Department of Regional Australia, Regional Development and Local Government (received 14 October 2010) Resources, Energy and Tourism portfolio agencies (received 15 October 2010) Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (received 18 October 2010) Treasury portfolio agencies (received 18 October 2010) Defence portfolio agencies (received 22 October 2010) 4.     Letters of advice relating to lists of departmental and agency grants: Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy (received 6 October 2010) Australian Institute of Family Studies (received 7 October 2010) Office for Sport (received 11 October 2010) Department of Immigration and Citizenship (received 11 October 2010) Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (received 11 October 2010) Office of National Assessments (received 11 October 2010) Office of the Official Secretary to the Governor-General (received 11 October 2010) Attorney-General’s portfolio agencies (received 11 October 2010) Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency (received 11 October 2010) Department of Infrastructure and Transport (received 11 October 2010) National Archives of Australia (received 11 October 2010) Privacy Advisory Committee and the Office of the Privacy Commissioner (received 11 October 2010) Department of Veterans’ Affairs (received 11 October 2010) Australian National Audit Office (received 11 October 2010) Australian Public Service Commission (received 11 October 2010) Office of the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security (received 11 October 2010) Office of the Commonwealth Ombudsman (received 11 October 2010) Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (received 11 October 2010) Innovation, Industry, Science and Research portfolio agencies [2] (received 11 October 2010) Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (received 11 October 2010) Office for the Arts (received 11 October 2010) Old Parliament House (received 11 October 2010) Human Services portfolio agencies (received 12 October 2010) Finance and Deregulation portfolio agencies (received 12 October 2010) Department of Regional Australia, Regional Development and Local Government [2] (received 14 and 19 October 2010) Resources, Energy and Tourism portfolio agencies (received 15 October 2010) Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (received 15 October 2010) Treasury portfolio agencies (received 18 October 2010)