Reporting

Senate Order on Entity Contracts

Contractual arrangements for the National Drought and North Queensland Flood Response and Recovery Agency (NDNQFRRA) for the 2019-20 Financial Year were published on AusTender under the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (PM&C).
NDNQFRRA Senate Order reporting for 2019-20 is available in the PM&C Senate Order Report published on AusTender and in the Senate Order on Entity Contracts – 2019-20 Financial Year published on the PM&C Senate Order webpage.
The Senate Order is produced at the conclusion of two reporting periods (period) each year, Financial Year and Calendar Year.

Indexed File Lists

In 1994, the Senate agreed to a motion by Senator Brian Harradine requiring that all Australian Government Departments and Agencies produce an indexed list of their files every six months for tabling before parliament. The production of the list is intended to make the operations of Government more transparent to the Australian public.  For more information, and to access the file lists, click here

Legal Services Expenditure

Paragraph 11.1(ba) of the Legal Services Directions 2017 requires that, by 30 October each year, entities make publicly available records of the legal services expenditure for the previous financial year. The National Drought and North Queensland Flood Response and Recovery Agency’s external legal services expenditure for the financial year 2019-2020 was $35,753 paid to the Australian Government Solicitor. There was no internal expenditure.

Porfolio Budget Statements

The National Drought and North Queensland Flood Response and Recovery Agency Portfolio Budget Statements for
2020–21 were tabled as part of the Prime Minister and Cabinet Portfolio Budget Statements in Parliament on
6 October 2020. The Portfolio Budget Statements provides an update of the entity resources and planned performance for the 2020-21 Budget year.
A copy of the Agency Porfolio Budget Statements is available for download below.

File Attachments: 

These documents and publications support the Agency's work and strategic direction.

Annual Reports

16 October 2020
Resource

Corporate Plans

31 August 2020
Resource

Communiques

The Advisory Board supports the CEO, and comprises members with on-the ground livestock industry experience, stakeholder groups, and representatives of federal and local governments. The role of the Board is to provide advice to Government about whether its policy intent is being realised on-the-ground and, if not, what changes to the policy are needed.

The Board meets monthly, and at other times as required. These communiques provide a summary of what was discussed at each meeting, and any outcomes which were agreed or noted.

Advisory Board meeting communique – 28 January 2020

31 January 2020
Communique