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Monday, 18 June 2018
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Tabling

The following documents were tabled pursuant to standing order 61(1)(b):

Documents presented by the President

1. Parliament House—30th anniversary of official opening—Message from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, dated 9 May 2018, and letter from the Official Secretary to the Governor-General (Mr Fraser), dated 19 April 2018.

Documents in response to orders for the production of documents

2. Genetic Control of Invasive Rodents Program—Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation involvement—Order agreed to on 10 May 2018—Letter to the President of the Senate from the Assistant Minister for Science, Jobs and Innovation (Senator Seselja), dated 1 June 2018, responding to the order, and attachments. [Received 4June2018]

Murray-Darling Basin Authority—

3. Order agreed to on 13 February 2018—Letter to the President of the Senate from the Minister for Resources and Northern Australia (Senator Canavan), dated 21 May 2018, responding to the order, and attachments. [Received 22May 2018]

4. Adjustment mechanism projects—Order agreed to on 9 May 2018—Letter to the President of the Senate from the Minister for Resources and Northern Australia (Senator Canavan) responding to the order, and attachment. [Received 4June2018]

5. National Broadband Network—Order agreed to on 9 May 2018—Letter to the President of the Senate from the Minister for Communications (Senator Fifield), dated 10 May 2018, responding to the order. [Received 14May2018]

Auditor-General's reports for 2017-18

6. No. 38—Performance audit—Mitigating insider threats through personnel security: Across entities. [Received 11 May 2018]

7. No. 39—Performance audit—Naval construction programs—Mobilisation: Department of Defence. [Received 14 May 2018]

8. No. 40—Assurance review—Achieving value for money from the Fair Entitlements Guarantee Recovery Program: Department of Jobs and Small Business. [Received 15 May 2018]

9. No. 41—Performance audit—Efficiency through Contestability Programme: Across entities.

10. No. 42—Performance audit—Effectiveness of monitoring and payment arrangements under National Partnership Agreements: Across entities.

11. No. 43—Performance audit—Domestic passenger screening—Follow-up: Department of Home Affairs.

12. No. 44—Performance audit—Defence's management of sustainment products—Health materiel and combat rations: Department of Defence.

13. No. 45—Performance audit—The integration of the Department of Immigration and Border Protection and the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service: Department of Home Affairs. [Received 6 June 2018]

14. No. 46—Performance audit—Management of the national collections: Australian War Memorial; National Gallery of Australia. [Received 13 June 2018]

15. No. 47— Financial statement audit—Interim report on key financial controls of major entities: Across entities. [Received 14 June 2018]

Government documents

16. Australian Building and Construction Commission—Performance of the functions and the exercise of powers of the Australian Building and Construction Commissioner—Quarterly report for the period 1 January to 31 March 2018.

17. Clean Energy Regulator—Renewable Energy Target administrative report for 2017. [Received 12June 2018]

18. Enterprise Tax Plan—Answer to question—Letter to the President of the Senate from the Minister for Finance (Senator Cormann), dated 29 May 2018, providing information concerning a question without notice asked by Senator Keneally on 10 May 2018. [Received 30 May 2018]

19. Foreign Investment Review Board—Report for 2016-17. [Received 12 June 2018]

20. Independent Scientific Committee on Wind Turbines—Report for 2017.

21. Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse—Royal Commission—Australian Government Response. [Received 13 June 2018]

22. International Labour Organisation—Submission report on ILO instruments: Employment and Decent Work for Peace and Resilience Recommendation, 2017 (no. 205).

Migration Act 1958—Section 486O—Assessment of detention arrangements—

Commonwealth Ombudsman's reports—Reports for 2018—

23. No. 13.

24. No. 14.

25. No. 15.

26. No. 16.

Government responses to Commonwealth Ombudsman's reports for 2018—

27. No. 13, dated 7 June 2018.

28. No. 14, dated 14 June 2018.

29. No. 15, dated 14 June 2018.

30. No. 16, dated 7 June 2018.

31. Office of the National Wind Farm Commissioner—Report for 2017.

32. Productivity Commission—Report no. 87—National Water Reform, dated 19 December 2017.

Regional forest agreement between the Commonwealth of Australia and Victoria—

33. Independent review of the report on progress with implementation of the Victorian regional forest agreements: Period 3 - 2009-2014, dated March 2018.

34. Joint Australian and Victorian Government Response to the independent review of the report on progress with implementation of the Victorian regional forest agreements: Period 3 - 2009-2014—Report, dated June 2018.

35. Tobacco Advertising Prohibition Act 1992—Report for 2017. [Received 11May 2018]

Responses to Senate resolutions

36. Schizophrenia Awareness Week—Resolution agreed to on 10 May 2018—Letter to the President of the Senate from the Western Australian Minister for Health; Mental Health (Mr Roger Cook), dated 1 June 2018.

Documents pursuant to continuing orders

37. Departmental and agency appointments and vacancies—Budget estimates 2018-19—Letters of advice pursuant to the order of the Senate of 24 June 2008—

Defence portfolio. [Received 17 May 2018]

Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. [Received 14 May 2018]

Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (Indigenous Affairs Group). [Received 15 May 2018]

Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (Office for Women). [Received 15 May 2018]

Department of Veterans' Affairs. [Received 14 May 2018]

Education and Training portfolio. [Received 14 May 2018]

Foreign Affairs and Trade portfolio. [Received 15 May 2018]

Health portfolio. [Received 11 May 2018]

Home Affairs portfolio. [Received11 May 2018]

Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities portfolio. [Received 14May 2018]

Industry, Innovation and Science portfolio (including Resources and Northern Australia). [Received 14 May 2018]

Jobs and Innovation portfolio (Jobs and Small Business). [Received 23 May 2018]

Social Services portfolio. [Received 17 May 2018]

Treasury portfolio. [Received 11 May 2018]

38. Departmental and agency grants—Budget estimates 2018-19—Letter of advice pursuant to the order of the Senate of 24 June 2008—

Agriculture and Water Resources portfolio. [Received 30 May 2018]

Australian Research Council. [Received 14 May 2018]

Attorney-General's portfolio. [Received 11 May 2018]

Cancer Australia. [Received 11 May 2018]

Defence portfolio. [Received 17 May 2018]

Department of Communications and the Arts. [Received 14 May 2018]

Department of Education and Training. [Received 14 May 2018]

Department of Health. [Received 11 May 2018]

Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities. [Received 14 May 2018]

Department of Jobs and Small Business. [Received 14 May 2018]

Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. [Received 14 May 2018]

Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (Indigenous Affairs Group). [Received 15 May 2018]

Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (Office for Women). [Received 15 May 2018]

Department of Veterans' Affairs. [Received 14 May 2018]

Environment and Energy portfolio. [Received 14 May 2018]

Foreign Affairs and Trade portfolio. [Received 15 May 2018]

Home Affairs portfolio. [Received 11 May 2018]

National Health and Medical Research Council. [Received 11 May 2018]

National Mental Health Commission. [Received 11 May 2018]

Social Services portfolio. [Received 17 May 2018]

Treasury portfolio. [Received 11 May 2018]

39. Unanswered questions on notice—Additional estimates 2017-18—Statements pursuant to the order of the Senate of 25 June 2014—

Agriculture and Water Resources portfolio. [Received 15 May 2018]

Department of Defence. [Received 17 May 2018]

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. [Received 14 May 2018]

Department of Veterans' Affairs. [Received 11 May 2018]

Digital Transformation Agency. [Received 14 May 2018]

Education and Training portfolio. [Received 14 May 2018]

Health portfolio. [Received 25 May 2018]

Home Affairs portfolio. [Received 11 May 2018]

Industry, Innovation and Science portfolio (including Resources and Northern Australia). [Received 14 May 2018]

Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities portfolio. [Received 11May 2018]

Jobs and Small Business portfolio. [Received 11 May 2018]

Social Services portfolio. [Received 14 May 2018]

Treasury portfolio. [Received 29 May 2018]

Government responses to committee reports presented out of sitting

[responses will be recorded in the Journals of the Senate and available for consideration on Tuesday under standing order 62(4)]

40. Community Affairs Legislation Committee—Report—Commonwealth Redress Scheme for Institutional Child Sexual Abuse Bill 2017 [Provisions] and Commonwealth Redress Scheme for Institutional Child Sexual Abuse (Consequential Amendments) Bill 2017 [Provisions]—Government response, dated May 2018. [Received 29May2018]

41. Community Affairs References Committee—Report—Future of rugby union in Australia—Government response, dated May 2018. [Received 17May2018]

42. Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport References Committee—Report—Biosecurity risks associated with the importation of seafood and seafood products (including uncooked prawns and uncooked prawn meat) into Australia—Government response, dated May 2018. [Received 25May2018]

Committee reports presented out of sitting

[reports will be recorded in the Journals of the Senate and available for consideration on Tuesday under standing order 62(4)]

Economics References Committee—

43. Commitment to the Senate issued by the Business Council of Australia—Interim report, dated May 2018. [Received 31 May 2018]

44. Corporate tax avoidance - Part 3: Much heat, little light so far—Report, dated May 2018, Hansard record of proceedings, documents presented to the committee, additional information and submissions. [Received 30 May 2018]

45. Electoral Matters—Joint Standing Committee—Excluded: The impact of section 44 on Australian democracy—Report, dated May 2018.[Received 17May 2018]

46. Environment and Communications References Committee—Waste and recycling industry in Australia—Progress report, dated 12 June 2018.[Received 12June 2018]

Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade References Committee—

47. Impact of Defence training activities and facilities on rural and regional communities—Final report, dated May 2018, Hansard record of proceedings, documents presented to the committee, additional information and submissions. [Received 11 May 2018]

48. Implications of climate change for Australia's national security—Report, dated May 2018, Hansard record of proceedings, additional information and submissions.[Received 17 May 2018]

Intelligence and Security—Joint Statutory Committee—Advisory reports, dated June 2018—

49. Counter-Terrorism Legislation Amendment Bill (No. 1) 2018—Advisory report, dated June 2018.[Received 7June2018]

50. National Security Legislation Amendment (Espionage and Foreign Interference) Bill 2017—Advisory report, dated June 2018.[Received 7June 2018]

51. Political Influence of Donations—Select Committee—Report, dated June 2018, Hansard record of proceedings, documents presented to the committee, additional information and submissions.[Received 6June2018]

Committee reports pursuant to reference from the Selection of Bills Committee or pursuant to the order of the Senate of 9 May 2018 presented out of sitting

[committee reports relating to the consideration of bills—not available for consideration]

Community Affairs Legislation Committee—

52. Health Insurance (Approved Pathology Specimen Collection Centres) Tax Amendment Bill 2018 [Provisions] and Health Legislation Amendment (Improved Medicare Compliance and Other Measures) Bill 2018 [Provisions]—Committee has determined by unanimous decision that there are no substantive matters that require examination—Report, dated 5 June 2018. [Received 5 June 2018]

53. National Redress Scheme for Institutional Child Sexual Abuse Bill 2018 [Provisions] and National Redress Scheme for Institutional Child Sexual Abuse (Consequential Amendments) Bill 2018 [Provisions]—Report, dated June 2018, additional information and submissions. [Received 15 June 2018]

54. Social Services Legislation Amendment (Encouraging Self-sufficiency for Newly Arrived Migrants) Bill 2018 [Provisions]—Progress reports [3], dated 18 and 25 May and 15 June 2018.[Received 18 and 25May and 15 June 2018]

Economics Legislation Committee—

55. National Consumer Credit Protection Amendment (Mandatory Comprehensive Credit Reporting) Bill 2018 [Provisions]—

Progress report, dated 22 May 2018.[Received 23 May 2018]

Report, dated June 2018, Hansard record of proceedings, document presented to the committee, additional information and submissions.[Received 5June2018]

56. Treasury Laws Amendment (2018 Measures No. 4) Bill 2018 [Provisions]—Report, dated June 2018, Hansard record of proceedings, documents presented to the committee, additional information and submissions.[Received 13June2018]

57. Treasury Laws Amendment (Accelerated Depreciation for Small Business Entities) Bill 2018 [Provisions]—Committee has determined by unanimous decision that there are no substantive matters that require examination—Report, dated 29 May 2018. [Received 30 May 2018]

58. Education and Employment Legislation Committee—Education and Other Legislation Amendment (VET Student Loan Debt Separation) Bill 2018 [Provisions] and Student Loans (Overseas Debtors Repayment Levy) Amendment Bill 2018 [Provisions]—Report, dated June 2018, and submissions. [Received 15 June 2018]

59. Legal and Constitutional Affairs Legislation Committee—Migration Amendment (Clarification of Jurisdiction) Bill 2018 [Provisions]—

Report, dated June 2018, and submissions.[Received 5June2018]

Dissenting report from Opposition senators. [Received 6 June 2018]

Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport Legislation Committee—Reports, dated June 2018—

60. Primary Industries Levies and Charges Collection Amendment Bill 2018 [Provisions], and submissions.[Received 13 June 2018]

61. Water Amendment Bill 2018 [Provisions], and submissions.[Received 12June 2018]