Memos & Circulars - by year

Archived Premier's Memoranda - 1996

M1996-29 Free Issue of State Flags to Community Groups

Premier's Memorandum Following a 12-month review of the memorandum 'Free Issue of State Flags to Community Groups', I have decided to upgrade this policy to facilitate the Members' needs. It is Government policy to provide a New South ...

M1996-28 Expenditure from Ministerial Offices

Premier's Memorandum Treasurer's Memorandum TM 89-8 allowed Ministers to delegate authority to Chiefs of Staff to incur expenditure up to $500. This figure is now not sufficient delegation for the types of expenditure that could be expected to ...

M1996-26 Arrangements Regarding the Staged Repeal of Statutory Rules

Premier's Memorandum This Memorandum explains arrangements relating to statutory rules due for staged repeal on 1 September 1997. This Memorandum replaces Premier's Memorandum No. 1996-03. As you will be aware, the Subordinate Legislation Act ...

M1996-25 Out-of-Pocket Expenses and Christmas Season Parties

Superseded by M97-28 ...

M1996-24 Protected Disclosures Act 1994 Public Authority Internal Reporting Systems

This Memorandum has superseded M2011-04, M2010-15, M2010-14, M2010-10, M2010-09, M2010-05, M2010-04, M2009-21, M2009-18, M2009-14, M2009-06, M2009-08, M2008-25, M2008-19, M2008-16, M2008-12, M2008-11, M2008-03, M2007-19, M2007-11, M2007-09, M2007-06, ...

M1996-19 Annual Determination of Remuneration for Chief and Senior Executive Service

Premier's Memorandum The Statutory and Other Offices Remuneration Tribunal (SOORT) has made its annual Determination in relation to the Chief and Senior Executive Service (SES). In summary the Tribunal has determined that: Rates for each band be ...

M1996-21 Government Advertising

Premier's Memorandum In May 1995 the Treasurer wrote to all Ministers requiring that advertising expenditure be reduced by 25% for budget sector agencies. Close examination of the way advertising is conducted across the Government has highlighted the ...

M1996-22 Tourism New South Wales Promotional Theme Song

Premier's Memorandum Tourism New South Wales has launched a new tourism marketing campaign to attract more Australians to holiday in New South Wales. The centrepiece of this campaign is a new theme song "We'll do wonders for you" which ...

M1996-15 STATUTE LAW REVISION PROGRAM

Premier's Memorandum MEMORANDUM No. 96- 15 STATUTE LAW REVISION PROGRAM This Memorandum replaces Ministerial Memoranda 91-20, 92-6, 92-14, 92-20, 93-9 and 93-26 previously issued on this subject.In line with Cabinet's long-standing approval for ...

M96-15 STATUTE LAW REVISION PROGRAM

This Memorandum replaces Ministerial Memoranda 91-20, 92-6, 92-14, 92-20, 93-9 and 93-26 previously issued on this subject. ...

M1996-04 Enterprise Bargaining

Premier's Memorandum I would like to clarify the process for approving New South Wales public sector enterprise bargains (enterprise agreements and consent awards). I wish to reinforce the practice that all public sector agency enterprise bargains ...

M1996-12 Agency Co-operation with the Film and Television Industry

Premier's Memorandum The Government is committed to increasing the economic and cultural benefits of a healthy film and television industry in New South Wales. Close relationships between agencies and the film and television industry, facilitated by ...

M1996-13 Council on the Cost of Government Review of Government Expenditure's

Premier's Memorandum I have announced a $100m increase to the health budget, which guarantees the delivery of new health services to growth areas. To fund this initiative, I have commissioned the Council on the Cost of Government and the Chief ...

M1996-14 Better Government Hotline

Premier's Memorandum I have given approval for the Council on the Cost of Government to establish a Better Government Hotline. The Hotline is part of my Government's objective to improve the NSW public sector. It capitalises on the skills and ...

M1996-16 Reportinig Requirements for Implementation of Total Quality

Premier's Memorandum Premier's Memorandum 1995-49 and the Director-General's Circular 1995-25 advised Ministers and Chief Executive Officers of the requirement for agencies to develop and implement plans for Total Quality in all aspects of ...

M1996-18 Display of Olympic Symbol

Premier's Memorandum The Sydney Organising Committee for the Olympic Games (SOCOG) has launched the symbol to be used for the Year 2000 Olympic Games. In order to emphasise the shift from the days when Sydney was bidding to host the Games, to the ...

M1996-20 Chief and Senior Executive Service- Executive Council Minutes

Premier's Memorandum As you are aware, section 42Q of the Public Sector Management Act 1988 (the Act) allows the Governor to remove an executive officer from an executive position at any time, declare an executive officer who is removed, an ...

M1996-23 NSW Government Work Scholarships for Olympians

Premier's Memorandum I refer to my announcement in Atlanta of the NSW Government's decision to provide special opportunities for the employment of potential 2000 Olympians and Paralympians in the public sector. The announcement is in accordance ...

M1996-27 Response Time to Correspondence from Members of Parliament

Premier's Memorandum It has recently come to my attention that delays are being experienced in Ministers' Offices responding to representations from Members of Parliament. As you will appreciate it is important that Ministers' Offices deal ...

M1996-30 NSW Film and Television Office Government Films and Sound Recordings

Premier's Memorandum Under recent amendments to the legislation governing the NSW Film and Television Office, a board of seven members has been appointed to oversee the activities of the Office. The inaugural board members will take up their ...

M1996-31 London and Tokyo Offices

Premier's Memorandum The overseas offices of the Department of State and Regional Development in London and Tokyo have been providing a range of services to the NSW public and private sectors for many years. With reductions in staff numbers the role ...

M1996-09 Government Responses to Public Accounts Committee Reports

Premier's Memorandum The Public Accounts Committee was established to exercise the Parliament's review powers over the efficiency, effectiveness and accountability of the public sector. The Committee's reports are based on extensive ...

M1996-10 New Code of Practice for the Construction Industry

Premier's Memorandum The Government has approved the attached new Code of Practice for the Construction Industry. The development of the new Code was required to align it with the Government's Industrial Relations policy. This was carried out by ...

M1996-08 Drug and Alcohol Use by Young People

Premier's Memorandum The New South Wales Government is strongly committed to the prevention and reduction of the harms associated with drug and alcohol use and abuse, particularly by young people. The Government has a wide range of policies and ...

M1996-07 Car Parking for Chairpersons of Government Boards and Committees

Superseded by M99-03 ...

M1996-06 Ministerial Air Charter

Premier's Memorandum Memorandum No. 1991-40 requested Ministers to submit a return of their use of chartered aircraft at the end of February and August each year. The system has been reviewed and the reporting period extended to once every twelve ...

M1996-05 Managing Displaced Employees

This Memorandum explains the arrangements for managing displaced employees in all public sector organisations ...

M1996-01 Departement Officials Public Statements on Olympic and Paralympic Games

Premier's Memorandum I refer to Memorandum No. 1995-17 concerning "Public Statements on Olympic and Paralympic Games". I appreciate the co-operation that Ministers have given to the Minister for the Olympics in complying with this directive ...

M1996-02 Legislative Program Budget Session 1996

Premier's Memorandum To assist in the forward planning of the Government's Legislative Program, it is necessary that details be provided of those legislative matters which it is intended be brought to Parliament in the Budget Session. It would ...