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DEPARTMENTAL AND AGENCY APPOINTMENTS AND VACANCIES—ORDER FOR PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS—DOCUMENTS

Pursuant to the order of the Senate of 24 June 2008, as amended, the Deputy President (Senator Ferguson) tabled the following documents received on the dates indicated:

 Departmental and agency appointments and vacancies—Budget estimates—Letters of advice—

  Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry portfolio. [Received 16 May 2011]

  Attorney-General's portfolio [2]. [Received 17 May and 9 June 2011]


  Australian Information Commissioner. [Received 26 May 2011]

  Australian Institute of Family Studies. [Received 17 May 2011]

  Broadband, Communications, and the Digital Economy portfolio. [Received 16 May 2011]

  Climate Change and Energy Efficiency portfolio. [Received 17 May 2011]

  Education, Employment and Workplace Relations portfolio. [Received 18 May 2011]

  Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs portfolio. [Received 17 May 2011]

  Finance and Deregulation portfolio. [Received 17 May 2011]

  Foreign Affairs and Trade portfolio. [Received 1 June 2011]

  Health and Ageing portfolio. [Received 24 May 2011]

  Human Services portfolio. [Received 17 May 2011]

  Infrastructure and Transport portfolio [2]. [Received 16 May and 23 May 2011]

  National Archives of Australia. [Received 26 May 2011]

  Office for Sport. [Received 17 May 2011]

  Office for the Arts. [Received 17 May 2011]

  Office of the Official Secretary to the Governor-General. [Received 27 May 2011]

  Prime Minister and Cabinet portfolio. [Received 20 May 2011]

  Regional Australia, Regional Development and Local Government portfolio. [Received 16 May 2011]

  Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities portfolio. [Received 24 May 2011]

  Treasury portfolio. [Received 13 May 2011]

  Veterans' Affairs portfolio. [Received 13 May 2011]