As a government agency, Cancer Australia is required to provide information on our website about our contracts, discretionary grants, and our agency records, in order to comply with the Australian Senate's Procedural orders of continuing effect relating to orders for documents.
The following files relate to contract listings for the 2012 calendar year. The following files relate to contract listings for the 2012 calendar year.
In addition, Cancer Australia has reporting requirements relating to the agency’s annual procurement plan and annual legal services expenditure.
Fulfillment of these requirements is detailed below:
- Agency records
- Grants reporting
- Legal services expenditure
- Further information
The following document contains indexed listings of file titles created by Cancer Australia, in accordance with the requirements of Senate Continuing Order.
- Files created 01 July - 31 December 2012 (DOC 76KB). Files created 01 July - 31 December 2012 (PDF 286 KB)
- Files created 01 Jan - 30 June 2012 (PDF 203KB)
- Files created 01 January 2011 - 31 December 2011 (PDF 422KB)
This section provides details of Cancer Australia’s contracts with other organisations valued at over $100 000, as required by a Senate Order.
The following files relate to contract listings for the 2012 calendar year.
- Cancer Australia contract listing for the 2012 calendar year (XLS 39KB)
- Cancer Australia contract listing for the 2012 calendar year (PDF 399KB)
The following files relate to contract listings for the 2011-2012 financial year.
The following files relate to contract listings for the 2011 calendar year.
Under the Financial Management and Accountability Regulations 1997, a grant is an arrangement for the provision of financial assistance by the Commonwealth:
(a) under which public money is to be paid to a recipient other than the Commonwealth; and
(b) which is intended to assist the recipient achieve its goals; and
(c) which is intended to promote one (1) or more of the Australian Government’s policy objectives; and
(d) under which the recipient is required to act in accordance with any terms and conditions specified in the arrangement.
In accordance with Australian Government reporting requirements, the following document details all grants that Cancer Australia has funded since 1 January 2009.
Legal services expenditure:
This is a statement of legal services expenditure by Cancer Australia for the 2009-10 financial year, published in compliance with paragraph 11.1 (ba) of the Legal Services Directions 2005.
It is a statutory requirement that Cancer Australia publish an Annual Procurement Plan on AusTender, stating our planned procurements for the coming financial year.
Procurement activity is decentralised across teams within the agency, with each managing their own requirements to achieve Cancer Australia's outcomes. The agency has no planned procurements for this financial year.
Further information about the purpose and function of the agency is provided in the following documents:
Annual Reports provide a detailed description of Cancer Australia’s activities over a financial year period, against the performance targets presented in the Portfolio Budget Statements.
Statements of Expectations and Intent:
The Minister for Health and Ageing, the Hon Nicola Roxon MP, outlined her expectations for Cancer Australia.
In response, Cancer Australia drafted a Statement of Intent.