Additional Documents

1 PDF: Answers to Questions taken on Notice during 18 February public hearing, received from Australian Council of Social Service, 18 February 2016 Answers to Questions taken on Notice during 18 February public hearing, received from Australian Council of Social Service, 18 February 2016
2 PDF: Answers to Questions taken on Notice during 18 February public hearing, received from Children with Disability Australia, 22 February 2016 Answers to Questions taken on Notice during 18 February public hearing, received from Children with Disability Australia, 22 February 2016
3 PDF: Answers to Questions taken on Notice during 18 February public hearing, received from Department of Social Services, 23 February 2016 Answers to Questions taken on Notice during 18 February public hearing, received from Department of Social Services, 23 February 2016
4 PDF: Answers to Questions taken on Notice during 18 February public hearing, received from Catholic Social Services Australia, 25 February 2016 Answers to Questions taken on Notice during 18 February public hearing, received from Catholic Social Services Australia, 25 February 2016

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About this inquiry

On 3 December 2015, the Senate referred the Social Services Legislation Amendment (Family Payments Structural Reform and Participation Measures) Bill (No. 2) 2015 to the Senate Community Affairs Legislation Committee for inquiry and report.

Submissions were sought by 12 February 2016. The reporting date is 1 March 2016.



Past Public Hearings

18 Feb 2016: Melbourne

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Inquiry Status

Report tabled

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