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DEPARTMENTAL AND AGENCY GRANTS—ORDER FOR PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS—DOCUMENTS

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

 Departmental and agency grants—Supplementary budget estimates—Letters of advice—

  Attorney-General's portfolio agencies. [Received 12 October 2009]

  Australian Institute of Family Studies. [Received 28 September 2009]

  Australian National Audit Office. [Received 12 October 2009]

  Australian Public Service Commission. [Received 12 October 2009]

  Commonwealth Ombudsman. [Received 12 October 2009]

  Defence portfolio agencies. [Received 14 October 2009]

  Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry. [Received 12 October 2009]

  Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy. [Received 6 October 2009]

  Department of Climate Change. [Received 16 October 2009]

  Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations. [Received 19 October 2009]

  Department of Immigration and Citizenship. [Received 9 October 2009]


  Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government. [Received 13 October 2009]

  Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. [Received 12 October 2009]

  Department of Veterans' Affairs. [Received 13 October 2009]

  Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts portfolio agencies. [Received 14 October 2009]

  Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs portfolio agencies. [Received 13 October 2009]

  Finance and Deregulation portfolio agencies. [Received 12 October 2009]

  Foreign Affairs and Trade portfolio agencies. [Received 20 October 2009]

  Health and Ageing portfolio agencies. [Received 12 October 2009]

  Human Services portfolio agencies. [Received 12 October 2009]

  Innovation, Industry, Science and Research portfolio agencies [2]. [Received 13 October and 19 October 2009]

  Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security. [Received 12 October 2009]

  National Archives of Australia. [Received 12 October 2009]

  Office of the Privacy Commissioner. [Received 12 October 2009]

  Old Parliament House. [Received 12 October 2009]

  Resources, Energy and Tourism portfolio agencies. [Received 19 October 2009]

  Treasury portfolio agencies. [Received 12 October 2009]

Senator Parry, by leave, moved—That the Senate take note of the documents.

Debate adjourned till the next day of sitting, Senator Parry in continuation.