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Monday, 26 November 2018
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Department: External media and public speaking training

(Question No. 1083)

Mr Keogh asked the Attorney-General, in writing, on 12 September 2018:

What sum has been spent on external media and public speaking training in the Minister's portfolio since 2014?


Mr Porter: The answer to the honourable member's question is as follows:

The below table details the expenditure on external media and public speaking training since 2014 in the Attorney General's Department and Portfolio. Training recorded in internal human resource record management systems for the specified period has been included. Any limitations on the data available are noted in the table under additional comments.

The response to this question excludes agencies that were moved out of the Attorney-General's Portfolio as a result of the Home Affairs machinery of government changes.


Sum spent

Additional comments

Attorney General's Department

$ 19,502.61

Australian Government Solicitor expenditure

Administrative Appeals Tribunal

$ 26,400.00

Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity


Australian Financial Services Authority

$ 2,531.82

Australian Human Rights Commission

$ 10,890.00

Australian Law Reform Commission


For the period 2016 to present

Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions

$ 10,037.46

Training incorporated public speaking and dealing with the media

Family Court of Australia


High Court of Australia


National Archive of Australia

$ 31,973.53

Office of Parliamentary Counsel


Federal Court


The Inspector General of Intelligence and Security


The Office of the Commonwealth Ombudsman


Office of the Australian Information Commissioner

$ 10,021.00

For the period 2016 to present

Federal Circuit Court (via Family Court)


Independent National Security Legislation Monitor



$ 111,356.42