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Report on the order of the Senate for the production of indexed lists of departmental files

Australia. Parliament. Senate. Standing Committee on Finance and Public Administration.

Report on the order of the Senate for the production of indexed lists of departmental files

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Published by [The Committee in Canberra .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia.
    • Subjects:
    • Government information -- Australia.,
    • Freedom of information -- Australia.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementthe Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia, Senate Standing Committee on Finance and Public Administration.
      SeriesParliamentary paper / Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia ;, no. 174 of 1994, Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ;, no. 1994/174.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJ905 .L3 1994, no. 174, JQ4029.S4 .L3 1994, no. 174
      The Physical Object
      Pagination18 p. ;
      Number of Pages18
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL535604M
      LC Control Number96113316

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Report on the order of the Senate for the production of indexed lists of departmental files by Australia. Parliament. Senate. Standing Committee on Finance and Public Administration. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The continuing order for indexed lists of departmental and agency files on the Parliament of Australia website now requires departments to list these file lists on their websites. The lists are tabled twice a year.

The. Spring sittings list files are created in the preceding July to December, and the. The Senate agreed in to a motion by Senator Harradine requiring the regular production of indexed file lists for each department or agency administered by that minister.

The lists are required to be tabled twice a year, once in the Spring sittings, comprising file titles created in the preceding January to June, and once in the Autumn sittings, comprising titles created in the preceding.

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In Novemberthe Senate agreed to a motion by Senator Harradine requiring all Australian Government departments and agencies to produce an indexed list of files every six months for tabling before parliament.

The production of the list was intended to make the operations of government more transparent to the Australian public. Independent Parliamentary Expenses Authority. Senate Continuing Order for the Production of Departmental File Lists The Senate agreed on 30 May to a motion by Senator Harradine requiring that each Minister table indexed lists of file Report on the order of the Senate for the production of indexed lists of departmental files book created by Central Offices of each department or agency he or she administers.

Senate Order for the production of indexed lists of departmental and agency files Inthe Senate agreed to a motion by Senator Brian Harradine requiring that all Australian Government Departments and Agencies produce an indexed list of their files every six months for tabling before parliament.

The production of the list is intended to make the operations of Government. Senate Order for the production of indexed lists of departmental and agency files On the 14 Novemberthe Senate agreed to a motion by Senator Harradine requiring all Australian Government departments and agencies to produce an indexed list of files every six months for tabling before parliament.

The production of the list is intended to make the operations of government more. In accordance with the Senate Order for the Production of Indexed Lists of Departmental and Agency Files as varied by the Senate on 3 Decemberrelevant new files created for the Department of Veterans' Affairs are listed below.

The lists do not include: files transferred to National Archives of Australia; case related files. is said on the Senate and House floors, as well as the roll calls on all questions. censure. to officially condemn.

expulsion. the greatest penalty either house 2. announcing the order of business 3. putting questions to a vote 4. reporting the vote 5. deciding point of order. Senate Order for the production of indexed lists of departmental and agency files.

In accordance with ‘Senate Continuing Order’, as varied by the Senate on 3 Decemberrelevant new files created for the Attorney-General’s Department are listed below. The Senate Order, also known as the Murray Motion, requires each minister to table a letter in the Senate for each reporting period, outlining compliance with the Senate Order for each entity in their portfolio.

In order to support compliance with the Senate Order, each entity must develop an internet listing twice a year that identifies contracts entered into during the preceding calendar or. Senate File Lists. In accordance with the Senate Order for Indexed Lists of Agency and Departmental Files (the Harradine motion) the Court is required to publish on its website any relevant new files created in the most recent calendar year.

The production of the list is intended to make the operations of government more transparent to the. Senate Procedural Orders of Continuing Effect No. On 30 May the Senate agreed to a motion by Senator Harradine requiring all Australian Government departments and agencies to produce an indexed list of files every six months for tabling before parliament.

Senate Continuing Order No 6 for the Production of Departmental File Lists The Senate agreed on 14 November to a motion by Senator Harradine requiring that each Minister table indexed file lists of file titles created by Central Offices of each department or agency he or she administers.

The lists. Indexed list of departmental files (Harradine Report) On the 14 Novemberthe Senate agreed to a motion by Senator Harradine requiring all Australian Government Government departments and agencies to produce an indexed list of files every six months for tabling before Parliament.

The production of the list is intended to make the. Publications Senate Continuing Order for the Production of File List. In accordance with the Senate Order for Indexed Lists of Agency and Departmental Files (the Harradine motion) the Court is required to publish on its website any relevant new files created in the most recent calendar year.

12 Indexed lists of departmental and agency files. There be laid on the table, by each minister in the Senate, in respect of each department or agency administered by that minister, or by a minister in the House of Representatives represented by that minister, by not later than the tenth day of the spring and autumn sittings, a letter of advice that an indexed list of the titles of all.

report of the select committee on intelligence united states senate covering the period january 3, to january 3, s. rept. report on the activities of the committee on finance of the united states senate during the th congress pursuant to rule xxvi of the standing rules of the united states senate.

This Indexed List of File Titles is made available in accordance with the requirements of the Senate Order for the Production of Indexed Lists of Departmental and Agency Files. The list provides the numbers and titles of all relevant files created by the Library in the last reporting period.

Files include those relating to policy, the development of legislation and other matters of public. On 24 Junethe Senate agreed to a motion requiring all Australian Government departments and agencies to produce a list of all appointments made by the Government (through Executive Council, Cabinet and ministers) to statutory authorities, executive agencies, advisory boards, government business enterprises and all other Commonwealth bodies, including the term of the appointment and.

Under the Senate Procedural orders of continuing effect, No. 12 ‘Indexed lists of departmental and agency files’, agencies must produce an indexed list of relevant files every 6 months and for tabling before Parliament and publish it on their website.

Records of the U.S. Senate include a variety of record types, such as bill files, bound volumes, committee papers, minute and docket books, and petitions and memorials.

Records span from to the present. They include material referred to and generated by the many committees, as well as records of the Secretary of the Senate. Senate records are divided into browse lists by. Senate Order on indexed lists of departmental and agency files.

On 14 Novemberthe Senate agreed to a motion by Senator Brian Harradine requiring all Australian Government departments and agencies to produce an indexed list of files every six months for tabling before Parliament.

The production of the list is intended to make the. The Senate has also published, as Senate documents, Indexes to Private Claims Before the Senate. The six volumes covering the period in which these records were created are S. Misc. Doc.53d Cong., 2d sess., Serialcovering the 47thst Congresses (); S.

Doc.56th Cong., 1st sess., Serialcovering the 52dth. Indexed lists of department and agency files. Under the Standing orders and other orders of the Senate, we are required to prepare and publish an indexed list of the titles of all relevant files, including new parts of existing files, created in the preceding six months commencing on 1 January and on 1 July each following files need not be included.

U.S. Senate Campaign financing - disbursements by candidate status Party identification of U.S. citizens in Election preliminary results for the Senate. Ultimately, committees report to the full Senate approximately bills and resolutions—one-sixth of the legislation introduced each Congress.

Occasionally, individual members seek to bypass committees by objecting to a measure's committee referral, thus keeping the legislation on the floor. Our lists. AIFS routinely provides information in response to Senate orders, including: the Senate order for the production of Indexed lists of Departmental and Agency Files (Harradine List) ; Legal Services Expenditure; Contracts entered into by AIFS, and Planned Procurements.

These can be found on our Corporate Documents page. Indexed list of departmental files (Harradine Report) On the 14 Novemberthe Senate agreed to a motion by Senator Harradine requiring all Australian Government Government departments and agencies to produce an indexed list of files every six months for tabling before Parliament.

The production of the list is intended to make the operations of government more transparent to the. Senate Order 12 for production of indexed lists (Harradine Order) requires all Australian Government departments and agencies to table before parliament a letter of advice that an indexed list of the titles of all relevant files, including new parts of existing files, created in the preceding six months commencing on 1 January and on 1 July.

As members left the Senate to join the Confederacy, or were expelled for supporting the rebellion, seats were declared vacant. To establish a quorum with fewer members, a lower total seat number was taken into account 40th Congress () Majority Party: Republican (57 seats) Minority Party: Democrat (9 seats).

Indexed List of File Titles This Index is made available in accordance with the requirements of the Senate Order for the Production of Indexed Lists of Departmental and Agency Files. The list provides the numbers and titles of all relevant files created by Geoscience Australia in the last year.

27 Indexed Lists of Departmental and Agency Files— Order for Production of statement relating to the order of the Senate of 26 June for the production of documents held by Geoscience Australia and, pursuant to that order, tabled the following documents.

the Calendar of General order lists the bills the Senate will consider and the Executive Calendar schedules the treaties and nominations. How does the Senate bring bill to the floor. unanimous consent, a motion by all members present to set aside formal rules and consider a bill from the Calendar.

accordance with the Senate Continuing Order concerning the production of indexed file title lists, which requires each Minister to table a list of relevant file titles created by their department and portfolio agencies.

The original Senate Order was amended in to require departments and agencies to display their file lists on their websites. report - Senate committees usually publish a committee report to accompany the legislation they have voted out.

These reports are numbered consecutively in the order in which they are filed in the Senate. Committee reports discuss and explain the purpose of measures and contain other, related information.

GPO. For description see p. STATUS OF CURRENT BILLS 1. Bill Digest (data base). ALD. Although available in print, the Bill Digest is most readily accessible online through the SCORPIO CG files. Options for the CG files vary by Congress (see: SCORPIO Reference Manual) beginning with the 93rd Congress ().

Location: SCORPIO CG file 2. 34th Congress, No. Senate Executive Document No. 96 | View Contents Statistical Report on Sickness and Mortality of the Army of the United States, Volume I No.

Senate Executive Document No. | View Navigator Commercial Relations of the United States with all Foreign Nations--Commercial Digests, Volume I No. Senate Executive Document No. | View Navigator. Senate Stories. Presented to enlighten, amuse, and inform, our new Senate history blog explores the forces, events, and personalities that have shaped the modern Senate.

The Senate and Women's Fight for the Vote. Learn about the Senate's long road to approving the Nineteenth Amendment. Again, because of subdivisions in the Senate and House report series, the numeric order of the individually numbered reports was also broken up. Between and (54th Congress to 56th Congress) the publication class series within a congressional session was generally organized according to the following pattern: Senate Journal, Senate.case related files (for example personal representation or dealing with the personal affairs of a departmental or agency client).

In addition, the agency’s lists do not include files with titles that would disclose the deliberations of Cabinet. In accordance with the order, some information in file titles has been deleted, such as.report of the select committee on intelligence united states senate covering the period january 3, to january 5, s.

rept. report on the activities of the committee on armed services united states senate th congress first and second sessions s. rept.