Our staff add value to public sector effectiveness and the independent assurance of public sector administration and accountability, applying our professional and technical leadership to have a real impact on real issues.
The Human Services portfolio is part of the broader Social Services portfolio. The Human Services portfolio comprises the Department of Human Services and Australian Hearing. The Department of Human Services has responsibility for delivering a range of payments and services to support individuals, families and communities, as well as providers and businesses.
The objective of this document is to communicate the ANAO’s risk management framework and the ANAO’s approach to effective risk management with the aim that the implementation of a single framework will contribute to strengthening management practices and decision making associated with the ANAO’s business operations.
The Finance portfolio is responsible for the preparation of the consolidated financial statements (CFS) of the Australian Government and a range of finance-related functions that include providing the Australian Government with Budget policy advice on superannuation arrangements for government employees, asset sales and online service delivery initiatives.
The Health portfolio covers a range of policy and program areas aimed at achieving better health and ageing outcomes for Australians, supporting equitable, efficient and high-quality health and aged care systems, and improving opportunities for better outcomes in sport.
The Attorney-General’s portfolio covers a diverse range of functions and policy areas, including privacy; family law and marriage; evidence; private international law; administrative law; freedom of information; personal property securities; native title; international crime cooperation; drugs; firearms; anti-money laundering; corruption; cybercrime; cyber security; counter-terrorism; and protective security.