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Table A1: Movement between APS agencies, 2018–2019

Date

Agency employees moved from

Agency employees moved to

Number of ongoing staff

Number of non-ongoing staff

1/07/2018

Social Services

NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission

34

1

1/07/2018

Human Services

 Australian Taxation Office

1

.

1/07/2018

Education and Training

Prime Minister and Cabinet

3

.

1/07/2018

Education and Training

Social Services

1

.

3/09/2018

Health

Social Services

239

29

4/10/2018

Health

Social Services

16

.

18/10/2018

Health

Social Services

2

.

1/01/2019

Health

Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission

180

11

1/01/2019

Human Services

Health

1

.

1/01/2019

 Australian Aged Care Quality Agency

Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission

246

24

24/01/2019

Social Services

Prime Minister and Cabinet

10

 

 

 

 

Table A2: Movements from Non-APS agencies during 2018–2019

Date

Agency

Ongoing

1/07/2018

National Disability Insurance Agency

1

2/07/2018

National Disability Insurance Agency

22

11/02/2019

National Disability Insurance Agency

32

20/02/2019

National Disability Insurance Agency

158

29/04/2019

National Disability Insurance Agency

9

 

Table A3: Changed APS numbers resulting from MoG changes, 2002 to 2019

 

 

Additions

Reductions

Ongoing

Non-ongoing

Total

Ongoing

Non-ongoing

Total

2000-01 0 0 0 0 0 0

2001–02

0

0

0

1

0

1

2002–03

37

2

39

0

0

0

2003–04

231

0

231

1

0

1

2004–05

121

5

126

1,361

101

1,462

2005–06

5,081

259

5,340

0

0

0

2006–07

492

56

548

3

1

4

2007–08

150

400

550

0

2

2

2008–09

359

65

424

0

464

464

2009–10

21

0

21

0

0

0

2010–11

214

41

255

0

0

0

2011–12

212

32

244

4

0

4

2012–13

12

0

12

0

0

0

2013–14

222

2

224

2

0

2

2014–15

40

0

40

0

0

0

2015–16

727

50

777

299

87

386

2016–17

109

0

109

0

0

0

2017–18

53

0

53

0

0

0

2018–19

222

0

222

1809

24

1833

 

 

 

Table A4: Changes to names and portfolio

 

Date

Entity Name

Portfolio

Change

Change Details

30/05/2019

Department of Agriculture and Water Resources

Agriculture

Name

Department of Agriculture

30/05/2019

Asbestos Safety and Eradication Agency

Attorney-General’s

Portfolio

Entity moved from Jobs and Small Business to Attorney-General’s

30/05/2019

Australian Building and Construction Commission

Attorney-General’s

Portfolio

Entity moved from Jobs and Small Business to Attorney-General’s

30/05/2019

Fair Work Commission

Attorney-General’s

Portfolio

Entity moved from Jobs and Small Business to Attorney-General’s

30/05/2019

Fair Work Ombudsman

Attorney-General’s

Portfolio

Entity moved from Jobs and Small Business to Attorney-General’s

30/05/2019

Safe Work Australia

Attorney-General’s

Portfolio

Entity moved from Jobs and Small Business to Attorney-General’s

30/05/2019

Comcare

Attorney-General’s

Portfolio

Entity moved from Jobs and Small Business to Attorney-General’s

30/05/2019

Department of Education and Training

Education

Name

Department of Education

30/05/2019

Department of Jobs and Small Business

Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business

Name

Department of Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business

30/05/2019

Australian Skills Quality Authority

Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business

Portfolio

Entity moved from Education and Training to Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business

30/05/2019

Department of Human Services

Social Services

Name

Services Australia (part of Social Services)

30/05/2019

Digital Transformation Agency

Social Services

Portfolio

Entity moved from Prime Minister and Cabinet to Services Australia (part of Social Services)

30/05/2019

Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities

Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development

Name

Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development

28/03/2019

National Queensland Water Infrastructure Authority

Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development

Add

A new non-corporate Commonwealth entity established on 28 March 2019.

28/03/2019

National Queensland Livestock Industry Recovery Agency

Prime Minister and Cabinet

Add

A new non-corporate Commonwealth entity established on 2 March 2019.

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Last reviewed: 
27 September 2019