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The Australian government budget sets out the economic and fiscal outlook for Australia, and includes expenditure and revenue estimates for the current financial year, the budget year, and three forward financial years. It shows the government's social and political priorities, and how the government intends...
As Australia continues its transition to broader-based growth, the 2016-17 Budget Remains focused on jobs and growth. This Budget also reinforces the ongoing commitment to control spending to put the Budget on a sustainable foundation for the future. Excluding tax integrity measures, the Government is...
Budget Paper No.2, Budget Measures 2016-17 ensures that the Budget Papers provide comprehensive information on all Government decisions that involve changes to its revenue, expense and investing activities since the Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook 2015-16.
Budget Paper No. 2 comprises three parts:...
The 2016-17 Budget is a national economic plan for growth and jobs. Australia’s future depends on how well we grow and shape our economy as we move from the unprecedented boom in mining investment to a stronger, broader based economy.
The Commonwealth is committed...
This Budget sets out the Government’s economic plan to ensure Australia continues to successfully transition from the mining investment boom to a stronger, more diversified, new economy in three key ways.
First, by sticking to the Government’s plan for jobs and growth through:...
The Government’s National Economic Plan for Jobs and Growth will facilitate the economy’s transition to broader-based growth over the next decade and beyond. The Government is ensuring that we have the right economic plan to respond to risks and harness exciting opportunities.
Like any Australian family or business, the Government is focused on keeping expenses down to balance the Budget and pay down debt. A stronger Budget supports jobs and growth and instils confidence as the economy transitions. Strengthening the nation’s finances is key to the Government’s...
In 2016-17, Australian Government agencies will have responsibility for administering approximately $450.6 billion in expenses. Budget Paper No. 4 sets out the funding for agencies, their funding sources and the purposes of that funding under Outcome statements for each agency in the general government sector.1...
The Youth Employment Package aims to give young job seekers under 25 years of age the employability skills and real work experience they need to get a job.
The package will boost young people’s job prospects by helping them be better prepared for the...
Federal Department of Employment discussion paper outlining options for reform of the Road Safety Remuneration System.
The Department of Employment will be undertaking consultations during April 2016 on these options with industry stakeholders in locations around Australia, including regional centres.