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Communications—Universal Service Obligation —Order for production of documents—Document

6.         Universal Service Obligation—Order of 3 April 2019—Letter to the President of the Senate from the Minister for Communications and the Arts (Senator Fifield), dated 4 April 2019, responding to the order and raising public interest immunity claims. [ Received 5 April 2019 ]

Auditor-General’s reports for 2018-19

7 .          No. 33—Performance audit—Governance and integrity of the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility: Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility. [ Received 10 April 2019 ]

8.         No. 34—Performance audit—Effectiveness of board governance at Old Parliament House: Old Parliament House. [ Received 18 April 2019 ]

9.         No. 35—Performance audit—Governance of the Special Broadcasting Service Corporation: Special Broadcasting Service Corporation (SBS). [ Received 26 April 2019 ]

10.       No. 36—Performance audit—Effectiveness of board governance at the Australian Institute of Marine Science: Australian Institute of Marine Science. [ Received 30 April 2019 ]

11.       No. 37—Performance audit—Effectiveness of board governance at the Sydney Harbour Federation Trust: Sydney Harbour Federation Trust. [ Received 2 May 2019 ]

12.       No. 38—Performance audit—Application of cost recovery principles: Australian Maritime Safety Authority; Department of Agriculture and Water Resources; Department of Health. [ Received 14 May 2019 ]

13.       No. 39—Performance audit—The Bureau of Meteorology’s delivery of extreme weather services: Bureau of Meteorology. [ Received 22 May 2019 ]

14.       No. 40—Performance audit—Modernising Army command and control - the Land 200 Program: Department of Defence. [ Received 23 May 2019 ]

15.       No. 41—Performance audit—Coordination arrangements of Australian Government entities operating in Torres Strait: Across entities. [ Received 29 May 2019 ]

16.       No. 42—Performance audit—Management of small business tax debt: Australian Taxation Office. [ Received 30 May 2019 ]

17.       No. 43—Performance audit—Design, implementation and monitoring of reforms to services on Norfolk Island: Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities. [ Received 31 May 2019 ]

18.       No. 44—Performance audit—Effectiveness of the Export Finance and Insurance Corporation: Export Finance and Insurance Corporation. [ Received 6 June 2019 ]

19.       No. 45—Performance audit—Coordination and targeting of domestic violence funding and actions: Department of Social Services. [ Received 13 June 2019 ]

20.       No. 46—Financial statements audit—Interim report on key financial controls of major entities. [ Received 13 June 2019 ]

21.       No. 47—Performance audit—Evaluating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander programs: Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. [ Received 18 June 2019 ]

22.       No. 48—Performance audit—Management of the Terrorism Reinsurance Scheme: Australian Reinsurance Pool Corporation; Department of the Treasury. [ Received 19 June 2019 ]

23.       No. 49—Performance audit—Management of Commonwealth National Parks—Director of National Parks; Department of the Environment and Energy. [ Received 21 June 2019 ]

24.       No. 50—National Disability Insurance Scheme fraud control program: National Disability Insurance Agency. [ Received 25 June 2019 ]

25.       No. 51—Farm Management Deposits Scheme: Department of Agriculture; Australian Taxation Office; Department of the Treasury. [ Received 26 June 2019 ]

Government documents

26.       Australian Law Reform Commission—Report no. 135—Family law for the future: An inquiry into the family law system—Final and summary reports, dated March 2019. [ Received 10 April 2019 ]

27.       Clean Energy Regulator—2018 Annual Statement to the Parliament on the progress towards the 2020 Large-scale Renewable Energy Target, dated March 2019. [ Received 4 April 2019 ]

28.       Office of the National Wind Farm Commissioner—Report for 2018. [ Received 20 June 2019 ]

29.       Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013 —Independent review into the operation of the Act and Rule—Government response, dated 2 April 2019. [ Received 5 April 2019 ]

30.       Regional Forest Agreement—Deed of variation in relation to the Regional Forest Agreement for the south-west forest region of Western Australia. [ Received 5 April 2019 ]

31.       Research Involving Human Embryos Act 2002 —Report on the operation of the Act for the period 1 September 2018 to 28 February 2019. [ Received 24 June 2019 ]

32.       Superannuation (Government Co-contribution for Low Income Earners) Act 2003 —Operation of the Government co-contribution scheme—

Annual reports for 2017-18—

Subsection 12G(2). [ Received 12 April 2019 ]

Subsection 54(2). [ Received 12 April 2019 ]

Quarterly reports for the period 1 April to 30 June 2018—

Subsection 12G(1). [ Received 12 April 2019 ]

Subsection 54(1). [ Received 12 April 2019 ]

Quarterly reports for the period 1 July to 30 September 2018—

Subsection 12G(1). [ Received 12 April 2019 ]

Subsection 54(1). [ Received 12 April 2019 ]

Responses to Senate resolutions

33.       Closing the Gap—Resolution of 2 April 2019—Letter to the President of the Senate from the Premier of South Australia (Mr Marshall), dated 17 April 2019.

34.       Crocodile management—Resolution of 12 February 2019—Letter to the President of the Senate from the Queensland Minister for Environment and the Great Barrier Reef (Ms Enoch), dated 9 April 2019.

35.       National child sex offender register—Resolution of 2 April 2019—Letter to the President of the Senate from the Queensland Minister for Police (Mr Ryan), dated 13 May 2019.

Documents pursuant to continuing orders

36.       Departmental and agency appointments and vacancies—Letter of advice pursuant to the order of the Senate of 24 June 2008—Budget estimates 2019-20—Prime Minister and Cabinet portfolio (Office for Women). [ Received 4 April 2019 ]

37.       Departmental and agency grants—Letters of advice pursuant to the order of the Senate of 24 June 2008—

Additional estimates 2018-19—Attorney-General’s portfolio—Correction. [ Received 26 April 2019 ]

Budget estimates 2019-20—

Australian Research Council. [ Received 8 April 2019 ]

Prime Minister and Cabinet portfolio (Office for Women). [ Received 4 April 2019 ]

38.       Department of the Environment and Energy—Quarterly update of Australia’s national greenhouse gas inventory: December 2018. [ Received 12 June 2019 ]

39.       Estimates hearings—Unanswered questions on notice—Statements pursuant to the order of the Senate of 25 June 2014—

Additional estimates 2018-19—

Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. [ Received 25 June 2019 ]

Digital Transformation Agency. [ Received 5 April 2019 ]

Finance portfolio. [ Received 18 June 2019 ]

Health portfolio. [ Received 5 April 2019 ]

Industry, Innovation and Science portfolio. [ Received 4 April 2019 ]

Jobs and Small Business portfolio. [ Received 4 April 2019 ]

Special Minister of State. [ Received 18 June 2019 ]

Budget estimates 2019-20—

Finance portfolio. [ Received 18 June 2019 ]

Special Minister of State. [ Received 18 June 2019 ]

40.       Indexed lists of departmental and agency files—Statements pursuant to the order of the Senate of 30 May 1996, as amended—

1 January to 30 June 2018—Health portfolio. [ Received 4 April 2019 ]

1 July to 31 December 2018—

Attorney-Generalʼs portfolio. [ Received 5 April 2019 ]

Department of Veterans’ Affairs (including the Australian War Memorial). [ Received 8 April 2019 ]

Environment and Energy portfolio. [ Received 15 April 2019 ]

Health portfolio. [ Received 4 April 2019 ]

Industry, Innovation and Science portfolio. [ Received 10 April 2019 ]

Government responses to committee reports