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TPP18-05 Major Projects Policy for Government Businesses

The purpose of the Major Projects Policy for Government Businesses is to ensure that government businesses deliver the right major projects, effectively and efficiently, to benefit the people of New South Wales. The Policy outlines the Cabinet approval and project assurance requirements for major projects being undertaken by government businesses, including State Owned Corporations (SOCs). It supersedes the previous TPP02-04.

Category: Policy & Guidelines Date: 23 July 2018 Status: Current

TPP18-04 Directors and Officers Indemnity Policy for State Owned Corporations

This policy ensures that any indemnity provided by a statutory State Owned Corporation (SOC) to an officer of a SOC complies with the State Owned Corporations Act 1989. It outlines the process for Voting Shareholder approval and includes the pro forma Deed of Indemnity. It supersedes the previous TPP03-6.

Category: Policy & Guidelines Date: 23 July 2018 Status: Current

TPP18-03 NSW Government Foreign Exchange Risk Policy

The NSW Government Foreign Exchange Risk Policy sets out the core requirements and relevant guidance for Government Entities to manage foreign exchange (FX) risk exposures, including those exposures arising before or after committing to a sale, purchase, or certain other government transactions. The Policy applies to all Government Entities, other than where FX exposures are part of a Government Entity’s approved investment strategy within the scope of its investment powers, from 1 July 2018. This Policy replaces and supersedes the FX risk policy contained in the Treasury Management Policy (TPP07-07), taking effect from 1 July 2018. The remainder of that policy remains unchanged. The policy should be read in conjunction with the TCorp Execution Framework which provides guidance to Government Entities in relation to identifying and hedging FX risk in accordance with the Policy.
 

Category: Policy & Guidelines Date: 27 June 2018 Status: Current

TPP18-03 NSW Government Foreign Exchange Risk Policy

The NSW Government Foreign Exchange Risk Policy sets out the core requirements and relevant guidance for Government Entities to manage foreign exchange (FX) risk exposures, including those exposures arising before or after committing to a sale, purchase, or certain other government transactions. The Policy applies to all Government Entities, other than where FX exposures are part of a Government Entity’s approved investment strategy within the scope of its investment powers. This Policy takes effect from 1 July 2018, replacing and superseding the FX risk policy contained in the Treasury Management Policy (TPP07-07). The remainder of that policy remains unchanged.

Category: Policy & Guidelines Date: 04 June 2018 Status: Current

TPP18-01 Accounting Policy: Financial Reporting Code for NSW General Government Sector Entities

The Financial Reporting Code for NSW General Government Sector Entities (the Code) sets out the financial reporting framework for all New South Wales General Government Sector (NSW GGS) entities. The Code provides a model financial reporting framework which promotes consistency across the NSW GGS. This version of the Code applies for financial years ending on or after 30 June 2018. It supersedes the previous version, issued as NSW Treasury Policy and Guidelines Paper TPP17-05.  (Revised June 2018)

Category: Policy & Guidelines Date: 13 March 2018 Status: Current

TPP18-02 Commercial Policy Framework- Performance Reporting and Monitoring Policy for Government Businesses

The Performance Reporting and Monitoring Policy for Government Businesses (Policy) is a component of the NSW Government’s Commercial Policy Framework. It aims to encourage implementation and maintenance of effective performance reporting practices by government businesses. These practices are vital in ensuring the accountability and continuing strong performance of government businesses. The Policy replaces the  previous Reporting and Monitoring Policy for Government Businesses (TPP05-2).

Category: Policy & Guidelines Date: 21 February 2018 Status: Current

TPP17-11 Commercial Policy Framework: CEO Appointment Guidelines for Government Businesses

The CEO Appointment Guidelines for Government Businesses (Guidelines) is a component of the NSW Government’s Commercial Policy Framework. This edition of the Guidelines replaces and supersedes the previous CEO Contract Guidelines for Government Businesses (TPP06-1). 

Category: Policy & Guidelines Date: 23 November 2017 Status: Current

TPP17-10 Commercial Policy Framework: Guidelines for Governing Boards of Government Businesses

This NSW Treasury policy and guidelines paper is a component of the NSW Government’s Commercial Policy Framework.  The Guidelines outline the Government’s expectations for standards of corporate governance that should be adopted by all governing boards. This 2017 edition of Guidelines for Governing Boards of Government Businesses withdraws and supersedes the previously issued edition (TPP09-2). 

 

Category: Policy & Guidelines Date: 23 November 2017 Status: Current

TPP17-09 Use and Management of NSW Government Purchasing Cards

Use and Management of NSW Government Purchasing Cards (the Policy) has been prepared by NSW Treasury to assist Agencies with managing the use and administration of purchasing cards (PCards). The Policy sets out the responsibilities of both the Agency Head and the Cardholder as to the establishment and operation of a PCard framework and processes within an Agency, and the use and management of PCards within this framework.

Category: Policy & Guidelines Date: 13 November 2017 Status: Current

TPP17-08 Requirements for Issuing Managing and Reporting Instruments of Assurance

This Policy has been developed to encourage enhanced visibility and effective risk management of Instruments of Assurance to assist Agencies to protect the integrity of their financial management. This Policy is effective from 1 January 2018. It supersedes the previous version TPP17-04. 

Category: Policy & Guidelines Date: 07 July 2017 Status: Current