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TPP19-03 Recurrent Expenditure Assurance Framework

Treasury developed the Recurrent Investor Assurance Framework, in alignment with the principles set out in the NSW Gateway Policy, to provide assurance for both the investor and delivery agency for major recurrent projects.

Category: Policy & Guidelines Date: 12 February 2019 Status: Current

TPP19-01 Guide to Better Regulation

The ‘Guide to Better Regulation’ (the Guide) assists agencies in developing regulation which is required, reasonable and responsive to the economic, social, and environmental needs of NSW.

Category: Policy & Guidelines Date: 25 January 2019 Status: Current

TPP19-02 Guidelines for Community Service Obligations

The framework establishes the expectations on how a Public Non-Financial Corporation or Public Financial Corporation should be requested to deliver a CSO. The purpose of the framework is to improve the transparency and consistency of CSO arrangements.

Category: Policy & Guidelines Date: 25 January 2019 Status: Current

TPP18-09 - Outcome Budgeting

Outcome Budgeting was announced as a reform initiative in the 2017-18 Budget. The intention is to transform the way budget decisions are made, and resources are managed in the NSW public sector. The overarching objective of Outcome Budgeting is to shift the focus of the NSW Government to deliver better outcomes for the people of NSW with increased transparency, accountability and value for tax payer dollars. 

Category: Policy & Guidelines Date: 19 December 2018 Status: Current

The NSW Bid Cost Contributions Policy

The NSW Bid Cost Contributions Policy has been developed by the NSW Government’s Construction Leadership Group (CLG) as part of its NSW Government Action Plan – A Ten Point Commitment to the Construction Sector. This policy sets out the arrangements the Government has adopted to determine if, when and how it will make a financial contribution to partially offset the cost of bidding for construction and infrastructure projects in NSW.   

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

TPP18-08 Board Appointments for State Owned Corporations and Other Commercial Government Businesses

The guidelines for the Board Appointments for State Owned Corporations (SOC) and Other Commercial Government Businesses provides a framework for the Board Appointment process.

Category: Policy & Guidelines Date: 19 November 2018 Status: Current

TD92.2 TD88.2 TD89.1 Treasurer's Directions Sale or Lease of Government Assets

Former Treasurer’s Directions in relation to sale, lease and transfer of government property have been retained due to a lack of clear government policy in the area. Please follow as government policy until advised otherwise.

Category: Policy & Guidelines Date: 18 November 2018

TCorp Foreign Exchange Execution Framework

The TCorp Foreign Exchange Execution Framework provides guidance to Government Entities in relation to identifying and hedging foreign exchange (FX) risk, in accordance with TPP18-03 NSW Government Foreign Exchange Risk Policy. This framework is designed to ensure that FX risk is identified and managed transparently, consistently, and at the lowest cost and/or risk to the State.

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

TPP18-06 NSW Government Business Case Guidelines

The NSW Government Business Case Guidelines have been developed to assist agencies and government entities with the preparation of business cases in line with best practice. This version of the Guidelines supersedes the previous Department of Premier and Cabinet Business Case Guidelines 2000, the Treasury policy papers Guidelines for Capital Business Cases (TPP08-05) and the Commercial Policy Framework: Guidelines for Financial Appraisal (TPP07-04). 

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

TPP18-07 Organisational Resilience Guidelines - Practitioner Guide for NSW Public Sector Organisations

The Organisational Resilience Guidelines is designed for the Practitioner of NSW public sector organisations to - explain the disciplines and attributes of organisational resilience; and provide advice on the areas a Practitioner can focus on to strengthen the resilience capability of their organisation. It is designed to be used by the Practitioner who has responsibilities for maintaining or building organisational resilience. They will often work in small teams and thus need to allocate time and resources efficiently to address the priority capability gaps in their organisation.

Category: Policy & Guidelines Date: 06 September 2018 Status: Current

Last updated: 16/03/2017