President's report to the Senate
Twice a year the President provides a report to the Senate on the status of government responses to Senate and joint committee reports.
Government responses to committee reports are required within three months of a report being tabled. This practice has arisen from a Senate resolution of 14 March 1973. Successive governments have affirmed their commitment to providing such responses.
The President’s report should be read in conjunction with the relevant report from the Government.