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Appendicies, continued

Table A8: Occupational groups by location and gender, 30 June 2011
Note: Figures do not include 71 (48 female and 23 male) Executive Level 1 casual employees providing fee-for-service work. Figures include nine staff on long-term leave and the Public Service Commissioner and the Merit Protection Commissioner, who are statutory office holders and counted as ongoing full-time.
  ACT NSW Qld SA Vic. WA Overseas  
  F M F M F M F M F M F M F M Total
Cadet APS
Graduate APS 3 3
APS 1 3 2 5
APS 2 1 1 2
APS 3 10 3 1 14
APS 4 19 3 2 1 25
APS 5 18 3 3 24
APS 6 32 13 4 1 50
EL 1 47 23 3 3 1 2 1 80
EL 2 26 13 1 1 1 1 1 44
SES 1 4 4 8
SES 2 1 1 2
SES 3 1 1
Statutory office holders 1 1 2
Subtotal 166 67 10 4 5 1 1   4   2   0 0  
Total 233 14 6 1 4 2 0 260

Tables A9 and A10 shows the representation of equal employment opportunity groups as a percentage of staff by occupational groups for the last two years.

Table A9: Representation of equal employment opportunity groups as a percentage of staff by occupational groups, 30 June 2010
ATSI = Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; BO = born overseas; BO+ENFL = born overseas and did not speak English as a first language;

 PWD = people with disability; SOH = statutory office holder.

 Note: Figures do not include 56 (37 female and 19 male) non-ongoing Executive Level 1 and one female Executive Level 2 casual employees providing fee-for-service work. Figures include nine staff on long-term leave. As some people fall into more than one equal employment opportunity group, the components do not add to the total staff number.
  Total staff Women ATSI BO BO+ENFL PWD
  No. No. % No. % No. % No. % No. %
Trainee APS 1 1 100.0 1 100.0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Cadet APS 1 1 100.0 1 100.0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Graduate APS 2 2 100.0 1 50.0 1 50.0 0 0 1 50.0
APS 1–2 4 1 25.0 1 25.0 0 0 0 0 2 50.0
APS 3–4 37 28 75.7 4 10.8 3 8.1 2 5.4 0 0
APS 5–6 54 43 79.6 1 1.9 9 16.6 3 5.6 3 5.6
EL 1 57 36 63.2 2 3.5 9 15.8 3 5.3 6 10.5
EL 2 30 19 63.3 0 0 3 10.0 1 3.3 1 3.3
SES and SOH 7 4 57.1 0 0 1 14.3 0 0 0 0
Total 193 135 69.9 11 5.7 26 13.5 9 4.7 13 6.7
Table A10: Representation of equal employment opportunity groups as a percentage of staff by occupational groups, 30 June 2011
ATSI = Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; BO = born overseas; BO+ENFL = born overseas and did not speak English as a first language;

PWD = people with disability; SOH = statutory office holder.

Note: Figures do not include 67 (43 female and 19 male) non-ongoing Executive Level 1 casual employees providing fee-for-service work. Figures include nine staff on long-term leave.

As some people fall into more than one equal employment opportunity group, the components do not add to the total staff number.
  Total staff Women ATSI BO BO+ENFL PWD
  No. No. % No. % No. % No. % No. %
Cadet APS
Graduate APS 3 3 100.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
APS 1–2 7 4 57.1 1 14.3 1 14.3 0 0 2 28.6
APS 3–4 39 33 84.6 3 7.7 11 28.2 4 10.3 0 0
APS 5–6 75 59 78.7 3 4.0 12 16.0 3 4.0 4 5.3
EL 1 79 53 67.1 3 3.8 31 39.2 3 3.8 6 7.6
EL 2 44 29 65.9 0 0 10 22.7 0 0 1 2.3
SES and SOH 13 7 53.8 0 0 7 53.8 0 0 1 7.7
Total 260 188 72.3 11 4.2 72 27.4 10 3.8 14 5.3

Appendix H: List of requirements

Description Requirement Page
na = not applicable.
Letter of transmittal Mandatory ii
Table of contents Mandatory iii
Index Mandatory 194
Glossary [abbreviations and acronyms] Mandatory 193
Contact officer Mandatory vii
Internet home page address and internet address for report Mandatory vii
Review by Commissioner Mandatory 2–9
Summary of significant issues and developments Suggested 2–9
Overview of department’s performance and financial results Suggested 2
Outlook for following year Suggested 8–9
Significant issues and developments–portfolio Portfolio departments–suggested na–the Commission is not

 a portfolio department
Commission overview Mandatory 10–16
Role and functions Mandatory 10
Organisational structure Mandatory 13–14
Outcome and program structure Mandatory 10
Where outcome and program structures differ from the Portfolio Budget Statements, Portfolio Additional Estimates Statements or other portfolio statements accompanying any other additional appropriation bills (other portfolio statements), details of variation and reasons for change Mandatory 10
Portfolio structure Portfolio departments–mandatory na
Report on performance Mandatory 17–68
Review of performance during the year in relation to programs and contribution to outcomes Mandatory 18–68
Actual performance in relation to deliverables and key performance indicators set out in the Portfolio Budget Statements, Portfolio Additional Estimates Statements or other portfolio statements Mandatory 18–68
Performance of purchaser–provider arrangements If applicable, suggested 87
Where performance targets differ from the Portfolio Budget Statements or Portfolio Additional Estimates Statements, details of both former and new targets, and reasons for the change Mandatory No change
Narrative discussion and analysis of performance Mandatory 18–68
Trend information Mandatory 20, 22, 37, 39, 44, 45, 55, 64
Significant changes in nature of principal functions/services Suggested 2–9, 10
Factors, events or trends influencing departmental performance Suggested 2–3
Contribution of risk management in achieving objectives Suggested 73
Social inclusion outcomes If applicable, mandatory 33–5
Performance against service charter customer service standards, complaints data, and the department’s response to complaints If applicable, mandatory The Commission does not provide services directly to the public. A client engagement strategy for APS clients is in place (page 75)
Discussion and analysis of the department’s financial performance Mandatory 84–7
Discussion of any significant changes from the prior year or from budget Suggested 85–6
Agency resource statement and summary resource tables by outcomes Mandatory 178–9 (Appendix A)
Developments since the end of the financial year that have affected or may significantly affect the department’s operations or financial results in future If applicable, mandatory na
Management and accountability
Corporate governance
Certification by agency head that the agency complies with the Commonwealth Fraud Control Guidelines Mandatory ii
Statement of the main corporate governance practices in place Mandatory 71–7
Names of the senior executive and their responsibilities Suggested 11–15
Senior management committees and their roles Suggested 72–4
Corporate and operational planning and associated performance reporting and review Suggested 70–89
Approach adopted to identifying areas of significant financial or operational risk Suggested 73–4
Policy and practices on the establishment and maintenance of appropriate ethical standards Suggested 77
How nature and amount of remuneration for SES officers is determined Suggested 80–1
External scrutiny
Significant developments in external scrutiny Mandatory 77
Judicial decisions and decisions of administrative tribunals Mandatory 77
Reports by the Auditor-General, a parliamentary committee or the Commonwealth Ombudsman Mandatory 77
Management of human resources
Assessment of effectiveness in managing and developing human resources to achieve departmental objectives Mandatory 78–83
Workforce planning, staff turnover and retention Suggested 79–80, 187–9
Impact and features of enterprise or collective agreements, individual flexibility arrangements, determinations, common law contracts and Australian workplace agreements Suggested 80–1
Training and development undertaken and its impact Suggested 80
Occupational health and safety performance Suggested 83, 180–2 (Appendix C)
Productivity gains Suggested 78
Statistics on staffing Mandatory 78–9, 187–90 (Appendix G)
Enterprise or collective agreements, individual flexibility arrangements, determinations, common law contracts and Australian workplace agreements Mandatory 80–1
Performance pay Mandatory 81
Assessment of effectiveness of assets management If applicable, mandatory 87
Assessment of purchasing against core policies and principles Mandatory 87
A summary statement detailing the number of new consultancy services contracts let during the year; the total actual expenditure on all new consultancy contracts let during the year (inclusive of GST); the number of ongoing consultancy contracts that were active in the reporting year; the total actual expenditure in the reporting year on the ongoing consultancy contracts (inclusive of GST); and a statement noting that information on contracts and consultancies is available through the AusTender website Mandatory 88
Absence of provisions in contracts allowing access by the Auditor-General Mandatory 88
Contracts exempt from AusTender Mandatory 88
Financial statements Mandatory 118–175
Occupational health and safety (section 74 of the Occupational Health and Safety Act 1991) Mandatory 180–2 (Appendix C)
Freedom of information (section 8(1) of the Freedom of Information Act 1982) Mandatory 182–5 (Appendix D)
Advertising and market research (section 311A of the Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918) and statement on advertising campaigns Mandatory 185–6 (Appendix E)
Ecologically sustainable development and environmental performance (section 516A of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999) Mandatory 186–7 (Appendix F)
Disability reporting–explicit and transparent reference to agency-level information available through other reporting mechanisms Mandatory 180 (Appendix B)
Grant programs Mandatory The Commission does not administer any grants
Correction of material errors in previous annual report If applicable, mandatory No material errors
List of requirements Mandatory 190–2