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  •     ISSN 1328‐8091  Parliament of Australia Department of Parliamentary Services BILLS DIGEST NO. 35, 2010-11  9 November 2010 Australian Civilian Corps Bill 2010  Paula Pyburne and  Elibritt Karlsen  Law and Bills Digest Section  Contents  Purpose .................................................................................................................................................... 2  History of the Bill...................................................................................................................................... 2  Background .............................................................................................................................................. 2  Establishment of the Australian Civilian Corps ................................................................................... 3  Why do we need it? ............................................................................................................................ 4  Committee consideration ................................................................................................................... 5  Policy position of non‐government parties/independents ................................................................ 6  Financial implications ............................................................................................................................... 6  Main issues ............................................................................................................................................... 7  Terms and conditions of employment .......................................................................................... 7  Protection of Australian Civilian Corps members .......................................................................... 8  Key provisions .......................................................................................................................................... 9  Part 2 of the Bill ............................................................................................................................. 9  Part 3—Australian Civilian Corps employees .............................................................................. 10  Part 4—Leave provisions ............................................................................................................. 12  Part 5—miscellaneous measures ................................................................................................ 12      2  Australian Civilian Corps Bill 2010    Australian Civilian Corps Bill 2010  Date introduced:  29 September 2010  House:  House of Representatives  Portfolio:  Foreign Affairs  Commencement:  Sections 1 and 2 on the day of Royal Assent; Sections 3-31 on the 28th day after  Royal Assent  Links: The links to the Bill, its Explanatory Memorandum and second reading speech can be found on  the Bills home page, or through http://www.aph.gov.au/bills/. When bills have been passed they can  be found at the ComLaw website, which is at http://www.comlaw.gov.au/.  Purpose  The Australian Civilian Corps Bill 2010 (the Bill) establishes the Australian Civilian Corps, and creates  a legal framework for the employment and management of Australian Civilian Corps employees.  History of the Bill 
    Date: 09/11/2010 - Collection: Bills and Legislation - ID: legislation/billsdgs/347914 - Source: Bills Digest Service - Author: PYBURNE, Paula - KAR...

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