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Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Legislation Committee

Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Legislation Committee

Table of contents to transcripts

Budget estimates 2005-2006

 

Index to Hansard transcripts - Monday, 30 May and Tuesday, 31 May 2005

DEFENCE PORTFOLIO

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Department of Defence
In attendance 1 (all)
Portfolio overview and major corporate issues
Portfolio overview 7, 14, 114, 124 (30 May); 15 (31 May)
Defence Materiel Organisation 16, 27, 35 (31 May)
Capital Facilities projects 21, 61 (30 May); 57 (31 May)
Outcome 1—Command of operations 4, 118 (30 May); 4, 35, 43 (31 May)
Outcome 2—Navy 27 (31 May)
Outcome 3—Army 23, 46, 70, 94 (31 May)
Outcome 4—Air Force 29, 42 (31 May)
Outcome 5—Strategic policy 35 (31 May)
Outcome 6—Intelligence 66 (31 May)
Business processes
Inspector General 69 (31 May)
Corporate services 52, 69, 84, (31 May)
People
Defence personnel 8 (30 May); 4, 11, 31, 61, 81, 91 (31 May)

Index to Hansard transcripts - Monday, 30 May 2005

DEFENCE PORTFOLIO

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Department of Veterans' Affairs
In attendance 3
Portfolio overview 64
Outcome 1—Compensation 76
Outcome 2—Health 73, 90
Outcome 3—Commemorations 94
Output 6 62, 104

Index to Hansard transcripts - Wednesday, 1 June and Thursday, 2 June 2005

FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE PORTFOLIO

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Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
In attendance 1 (2 June)
Portfolio overview 3 (2 June)
Output 1.1—Protection and advocacy of Australia’s international interests through the provision of policy advice to ministers and overseas diplomatic activity.
     1.1.1—North Asia 39, 77 (1 June)
     1.1.2—South and South East Asia 43 (1 June)
     1.1.3—Americas and Europe 53 (1 June)
     1.1.4—South Pacific, Middle East and Africa 54, 67 (1 June)
     1.1.5—Bilateral, regional and multi–lateral trade negotiations 65 (2 June)
     1.1.6—Trade development/policy coordination and APEC 65 (2 June)
     1.1.7—International organisations, legal and environment 8 (2 June)
     1.1.8—Security, nuclear, disarmament and non–proliferation 11 (2 June)
Outputs 1.2—Secure government communications and security of overseas missions 14 (2 June)
Outputs 1.3—Services to other agencies in Australia and overseas 14 (2 June)
Output 2—Consular and passport services.  
     2.1.1—Consular services and 2.1.2—Passport services 16 (1 June)

Index to transcripts - Thursday, 2 June 2005

FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE PORTFOLIO

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Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID)
In attendance 2
Outcome 1: Australia’s national interest advanced by assistance to developing countries
to reduce poverty and achieve sustainable development.
     1.1: Policy  
     1.2: Program management  
Administered items—Australia’s development cooperation program 30

Thursday, 2 June 2005

FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE PORTFOLIO

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Australia Trade Commission (Austrade)
In attendance 2
Outcome 1: Australians succeeding in international business with widespread
community support
47
Outcome 2: Australians informed about and provided access to consular, passport
and immigration services in specific locations overseas
47

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