Introduction and guide to the report
The Treasury Annual Report 2011-12 outlines performance against outcomes, programs and performance information contained in the Portfolio Budget Statements 2011-12, Portfolio Additional Estimates Statements 2011-12 and Portfolio Supplementary Additional Estimates Statements 2011-12.
The 2011-12 annual report includes the reporting requirements and financial accounts for the Australian Government Actuary. The financial accounts for the Foreign Investment Review Board and Takeovers Panel are also included in this report, along with limited performance reporting. More comprehensive performance reporting may be found in their respective annual reports.
Part 1 includes a summary of significant issues and developments during 2011-12, and an overview of the Treasury’s performance. The departmental overview in Part 1 details the Treasury’s role and functions, senior management structure, organisational structure and portfolio structure.
Part 2 provides an analysis of performance against the Treasury’s policy outcome and programs.
Part 3 reports on management and accountability issues as required under the annual report guidelines.
Part 4 presents the audited financial statements of the Treasury as required under the annual report guidelines.
Part 5 includes other information as required under the annual report guidelines.
The report concludes with a glossary, a list of abbreviations and acronyms and an index to the report.
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