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Documents presented out of sitting

Under standing orders 38 and 166, committees, ministers and the Auditor—General may present reports and documents to the President, the Deputy President or a temporary chair of committees when the Senate is not sitting. Reports and documents so presented are authorised for publication. Reports and documents listed here were presented since the Senate last met.

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Documents presented out of sitting - after the Senate adjourned on 22 June 2017

Committee reports (pursuant to Senate standing order 38 (7))

  1. Red Tape—Select Committee—Effect of red tape on tobacco retail—Interim report, dated June 2017, Hansard record of proceedings, documents presented to the committee, additional information and submissions. [Received 27 June 2017]
  2. Government Procurement—Joint Select Committee—Buying into our future: Review of amendments to the Commonwealth Procurement Rules—Report, dated June 2017. [Received 29 June 2017]
  3. Economics References Committee—Scrutiny of financial advice—Final report, dated June 2017, Hansard record of proceedings, documents presented to the committee, additional information and submissions. [Received 30 June 2017]
  4. Intelligence and Security—Joint Statutory Committee—Telecommunications and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2016— Advisory report, dated June 2017. [Received 30 June 2017]
  5. Senators’ Interests— Standing CommitteeRegister of senators’ interests incorporating statements of registrable interests and notifications of alterations lodged between—1 January 2017 and 30 June 2017, dated July 2017. [Received 5 July 2017]
  6. Law Enforcement—Joint Statutory Committee—Inquiry into human trafficking, slavery and slavery-like practices—Report, dated July 2017, Hansard record of proceedings, additional information and submissions. [Received 18 July 2017]
  7. Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport References Committee—Increasing use of so-called Flag of Convenience shipping in Australia—Report, dated July 2017, Hansard record of proceedings, documents presented to the committee and additional information. [Received 19 July 2017]
  8. Environment and Communications Legislation Committee—Budget estimates 2017-18—Interim report, dated 18 July 2017. [Received 20 July 2017]

Government responses to parliamentary committee reports (pursuant to Senate standing order 166)

  1. Community Affairs Legislation Committee—Report—Social Services Legislation Amendment (Transition Mobility Allowance to the National Disability Insurance Scheme) Bill 2016—Government response, dated June 2017. [Received 28 June 2017]
  2. Environment and Communications References Committee—Report—Environmental Biosecurity—Government response, dated June 2017. [Received 28 June 2017]
  3. Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade References Committee—Report—Proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement—Government response, dated May 2017. [Received 6 July 2017]
  4. Treaties—Joint Standing Committee—165th report—Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement—Government response, dated April 2017. [Received 6 July 2017]
  5. Environment and Communications References Committee—Report—Continuation of construction of the Perth Freight Link in the face of significant environmental breaches—Government response, dated July 2017. [Received 10 July 2017]
  6. Economics Legislation Committee—Report—Income Tax Rates Amendment (Working Holiday Maker Reform) Bill 2016 [Provisions], Treasury Laws Amendment (Working Holiday Maker Reform) Bill 2016 [Provisions], Superannuation (Departing Australia Superannuation Payments Tax) Amendment Bill 2016 [Provisions] and Passenger Movement Charge Amendment Bill 2016 [Provisions]—Government response, dated July 2017. [Received 11 July 2017]
  7. Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade References Committee—Report—Operation of the Australian Defence Force’s resistance to interrogation training—Government response, dated July 2017. [Received 11 July 2017]
  8. Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport References Committee—Report—Australian grape and wine industry—Government response, dated July 2017. [Received 13 July 2017]
  9. Community Affairs Legislation Committee—Report—Social Services Legislation Amendment (Omnibus Savings and Child Care Reform) Bill 2017 [Provisions]—Government response, dated June 2017. [Received 18 July 2017]

Government documents (pursuant to Senate standing order 166)

  1. Climate Change Authority’s special review: emission reduction targets, emissions trading and post-Paris action—Australian Government response, dated May 2017. [Received 29 June 2017]
  2. Defence Force Discipline Act 1982—Judge Advocate General—Report for 2016. [Received 30 June 2017]
  3. Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency—Quarterly report for the period 1 January to 31 March 2017. [Received 10 July 2017]
  4. Civil Aviation Safety Authority—Corporate plan for 2017-18 to 2020-21. [Received 19 July 2017]

Reports of the Auditor-General (pursuant to Senate standing order 166(2)(a))

  1. Auditor-General—Audit report no. 58 of 2016-17—Performance audit—Implementation of the annual performance statements requirements 2015–16: Across entities. [Certified 26 June 2017]
  2. Auditor-General—Audit report no. 59 of 2016-17—Performance audit—myGov digital services: Department of Human Services; Digital Transformation Agency; Australian Taxation Office. [Certified 27 June 2017]
  3. Auditor-General—Audit report no. 60 of 2016-17—Financial statement audit—Interim report on key financial controls of major entities. [Certified 28 June 2017]
  4. Auditor-General—Audit report no. 61 of 2016-17—Performance audit—Procurement of the National Cancer Screening Register: Department of Health. [Certified 29 June 2017]
  5. Auditor-General—Audit report no. 62 of 2016-17—Assurance review—Malabar Headland: 2016 lease between the Commonwealth of Australia and the New South Wales Rifle Association: Department of Finance; Department of the Environment and Energy. [Certified 30 June 2017]
  6. Auditor-General—Audit report no. 1 of 2017-18—Performance Audit—Accounting and reporting of Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions estimates and projections: Department of the Environment. [Certified 10 July 2017]
  7. Auditor-General—Audit report no. 2 of 2017-18—Performance Audit—Defence’s management of materiel sustainment: Department of Defence. [Certified 11 July 2017]
  8. Auditor-General—Audit report no. 3 of 2017-18—Performance Audit—Supporting good governance in Indigenous corporations: Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet; Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations. [Certified 12 July 2017]
  9. Auditor-General—Audit report no. 4 of 2017-18—Performance Audit—jobactive: Design and monitoring: Department of Employment. [Certified 12 July 2017]

Return to order (pursuant to Senate standing order 166)

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission—Report to the Australian Senate on anti-competitive and other practices by health insurers and providers in relation to private health insurance for the period 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016. [Received 17 July 2017]

 

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