Finance Division consultations

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Welcome to the Finance Division consultation page

This is where all consultation on matters relating to the department’s Finance Division policies and procedures will take place.

You are encouraged to share your views and feedback, and by doing so, help the department to improve policies and procedures, making them more effective and relevant for our people.

The Finance Division will review the feedback and ideas submitted.

Everything you need to get involved in consultation is right here, making it quicker and easier to have your say.

See the below survey tab for those policies that are currently open for consultation.

Welcome to the Finance Division consultation page

This is where all consultation on matters relating to the department’s Finance Division policies and procedures will take place.

You are encouraged to share your views and feedback, and by doing so, help the department to improve policies and procedures, making them more effective and relevant for our people.

The Finance Division will review the feedback and ideas submitted.

Everything you need to get involved in consultation is right here, making it quicker and easier to have your say.

See the below survey tab for those policies that are currently open for consultation.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Please view the relevant draft Corporate Credit Card policy document and provide your feedback in this short survey.

    This document outlines the compliance and regulatory framework for use and acquittal of expenditure on Corporate Credit Cards and virtual credit cards. Corporate Credit Cards issued by the department facilitate efficient procurement and payment processes for purchases under $10,000 (inclusive of GST and merchant service fees). The use of a Corporate Credit Card is the preferred method to pay suppliers for eligible payments.

    Following consultation, your feedback will be considered and then a final policy will be implemented. 



    Please view the relevant draft Corporate Credit Card policy document and provide your feedback in this short survey.

    This document outlines the compliance and regulatory framework for use and acquittal of expenditure on Corporate Credit Cards and virtual credit cards. Corporate Credit Cards issued by the department facilitate efficient procurement and payment processes for purchases under $10,000 (inclusive of GST and merchant service fees). The use of a Corporate Credit Card is the preferred method to pay suppliers for eligible payments.

    Following consultation, your feedback will be considered and then a final policy will be implemented. 



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    Please view the relevant documents: 

    Once you have read the documents, provide your feedback in this short survey. 

    Your feedback will be considered prior to publishing a final travel policy and travel regulation manual. 

    The purpose of the travel policy is to assist managers in ensuring that staff have their reasonable expenses met by the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment (the department) when they travel for approved official work purposes.

    The travel regulation manual sets out the department’s requirements relating to official travel.  


    Please view the relevant documents: 

    Once you have read the documents, provide your feedback in this short survey. 

    Your feedback will be considered prior to publishing a final travel policy and travel regulation manual. 

    The purpose of the travel policy is to assist managers in ensuring that staff have their reasonable expenses met by the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment (the department) when they travel for approved official work purposes.

    The travel regulation manual sets out the department’s requirements relating to official travel.  


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