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Monday, 26 November 2018
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Department: Promotional material and merchandise

(Question No. 1101)


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

What sum was spent on promotional material and merchandise for the Minister's department and agencies in 2017-18, and of this, (a) what types of promotional material and merchandise were produced, and (b) what policy areas did this relate to?


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

Department/Agency

Policy Area

Products

Cost (GST Inc)

Australian Human Rights Commission

Race Discrimination

'Racism. It Stops With Me' promotional items, including Pens, Lanyards, Stickers, Wristbands, Pins, Badges, Cups and Posters

$10,069

Australian Human Rights Commission

Social Justice

Safe and Succeed T-Shirts

$635

Australian Human Rights Commission

Social Justice

Close the Gap Posters

$914

Australian Human Rights Commission

Human Rights

HR Awards Banners

$2,220

Australian Human Rights Commission

Children's Rights

Posters, Flyers

$1152

Commonwealth Ombudsman

N/A

Miscellaneous promotional materials, including posters and flyers

$31,734

High Court of Australia

N/A

Public lecture flyer

$1,446

National Archives of Australia (NAA)

Connecting Australians with the Archives and the collection

Print/production of exhibition catalogues, booklets, NAA magazine, postcards, temporary signage, brochures/fliers, notepads, pens and bookmarks

$106,891

National Archives of Australia

Public Programs

Education marketing

$4,405

Office of Parliamentary Counsel

Legislative drafting

Branded pens for legislation process courses

$1,408

The Attorney-General's Department and the Australian Financial Security Authority have determined that it would represent a significant and unreasonable diversion of resources to provide the requested level of detail.

All other agencies had nil expenditure.