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Changes to Annual Reporting Requirements for NSW Agencies

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All NSW agencies must now post their annual reports on the internet, on their website or other relevant website. The reports must remain posted for “a reasonable time”.

The provisions (contained in Treasury Circular 08/08) apply to reporting years ended on or after 21 December 2007. Most agencies have been publishing their annual reports on line for some time, but this formalises the requirement to do so.

Annual reports are an excellent source of information about agencies. As well as budget, financials and statistics, they provide detailed information about the agency’s vision and key result areas, its operations, organisation chart, key personnel, major procurement projects and future plans.

NSW agencies publish their annual reports in December each year. Click to view an example report (RTA 2007).

Intermedium has prepared Agency Profiles for a number of key NSW agencies, distilled from a wide range of publicly sourced information including annual reports, budget papers, websites, audit reports, strategic plans and other planning and review documents, industry media, speeches and presentations.

We also maintain profiles for 20 Federal government agencies that include, in addition to the above, detailed contract and procurement data for each agency.

Federal and NSW profiles are a great means to quickly understand your clients and prospects. For more information about these agency profiles, contact Fleur Bayley by email or on (02) 9955 9896 .

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