Actions for Business and service continuity planning: Bega Valley Shire Council and Snowy Valleys Council
Business and service continuity planning assists organisations to prepare for and ensure they can maintain, adapt or restore service delivery in the event of an incident or crisis. This includes natural disasters, such as bushfires, storms and floods. Ideally, business continuity plans would ensure organisations are prepared to respond effectively to the impact of incidents or crises on a wide range of areas including service delivery, safety and availab
Actions for Investment in regional development
In 2017, the NSW Government announced a Regional Development Framework which provides a scaffold for better coordination, decision making and effort on the ground. The NSW Government recognised the need to be more strategic and better coordinated if it is to make a difference, particularly in addressing some of the serious issues facing regional NSW such as pockets of youth unemployment, social disadvantage, changing economic opportunities and increased
Actions for Integrity of grant program administration
This audit will examine the integrity of the assessment and approval processes for the Stronger Communities Fund (tied grants round) and Regional Cultural Fund, both of which were administered in 2017 and 2018.
Actions for COVID Intensive Learning Support Program
In November 2020, the Government announced a $337 million program designed to support students whose learning was disrupted by COVID-19 during 2020. Beginning from Term 1, the COVID Intensive Learning Support Program (the program) provides small group tuition in all government schools and select non-government schools. The program offers schools flexibility in how they deliver small group tuition based on the needs of students and school circumstances.
Actions for Aboriginal land claims
The Aboriginal Land Rights Act 1983 (the Act) is important legislation that recognises the rights of Aboriginal people in NSW. The legislation recognises that land in NSW was traditionally owned and occupied by Aboriginal people, and is of spiritual, social, cultural and economic importance. Land claims can be made by Local Aboriginal Land Councils and by the NSW Aboriginal Land Council on their behalf. The Office of the Registrar of the Act, in the Dep