Organisations

86 organisations found

  • defence-sa

    Defence SA

    Defence SA is South Australia’s lead government agency for all defence matters. Defence SA is a single point of contact for all defence stakeholders, streamlining their interaction across the South Australian Government. Defence SA’s mission is maximise investment and jobs from the Australian Defence Force and defence industries. Working closely with Defence and industry, Defence SA targets investment and expansion opportunities, drives and supports the delivery of major defence projects and facilities, and pursues the location of additional Defence units and capabilities in the state. Defence SA also plays a key role in supporting the Australian Government’s strategic defence policy, particularly by increasing local industry participation and ensuring that state-of-the-art infrastructure and a highly skilled, industry-ready workforce is in place to underpin defence projects. In recognition of the strong contribution that defence makes to the state’s economic prosperity, South Australia's Premier is responsible for the Defence and Space Industries portfolio.

    7 Datasets View Defence SA
  • department-for-child-protection

    Department for Child Protection

    The purpose of the Department for Child Protection is to care for and protect at risk children and young people by working together to address abuse and neglect and to keep them safe from further harm.

    8 Datasets View Department for Child Protection
  • dept-for-correctional-services

    Department for Correctional Services

    The Department for Correctional Services has an important role in the criminal justice system in South Australia. This is reflected in the Department’s vision for "A safer community by protecting the public and reducing re-offending."

    0 Datasets View Department for Correctional Services
  • dept-for-education

    Department for Education

    The Department for Education is responsible for a range of multi-disciplinary services for the benefit of South Australian families, children and young people. Our key functions are to: - oversee early childhood care and services for South Australian families - provide and regulate services that benefit children and families - lead and manage South Australia's education system.

    83 Datasets View Department for Education
  • department-for-energy-and-mining

    Department for Energy and Mining

    The Department for Energy and Mining is committed to delivering affordable, reliable and secure energy supplies in a transitioning national energy market, and to responsibly unlock the value and opportunities offered by South Australia's mineral and energy resources.

    16 Datasets View Department for Energy and Mining
  • dept-for-environment-and-water

    Department for Environment and Water

    The Department for Environment and Water aims to help South Australians conserve, sustain and prosper. To achieve our purpose we’ve adopted four complementary roles: *A facilitator of community involvement in and taking responsibility for the environment. *A steward of the state’s natural resources to enable sustainable development. *The custodian of public parks, gardens, heritage places and crown lands for public benefit and enjoyment, and for their intrinsic value. *An authority on the state’s environment and natural resources to help governments, businesses and individuals make good long-term decisions.

    222 Datasets View Department for Environment and Water
  • department-of-planning-transport-and-infrastructure

    Department for Infrastructure and Transport

    The Department for Infrastructure and Transport serves South Australia by endeavouring to meet the state’s current and future planning, transport and infrastructure needs. We aim to meet the State's strategic plan targets by developing infrastructure, improving road safety, and increasing the use of public transport.

    65 Datasets View Department for Infrastructure and Transport
  • department-for-innovation-skills

    Department for Innovation and Skills

    The Department for Innovation and Skills is responsible for supporting South Australia’s future economy, creating prosperity and opportunity for the people that choose to live and work in our State.

    21 Datasets View Department for Innovation and Skills
  • dept-of-human-services

    Department of Human Services

    The Department of Human Services (DHS) brings together a range of services, funding and policy responsibilities which together support disability, safety, equality, opportunity and justice across South Australia, particularly for the most vulnerable and disadvantaged in our community. DHS has lead responsibility on behalf of the South Australian Government in the areas of affordable living programs, youth justice, domestic violence, problem gambling, screening services and disaster relief and recovery. The department provides a wide range of grants to community organisations, leads the government’s agenda to build thriving communities and promote resilience. DHS also has lead policy responsibility in relation to disability, women, youth, volunteers and carers.

    42 Datasets View Department of Human Services
  • dept-of-primary-industries-and-regions

    Department of Primary Industries and Regions

    Primary Industries and Regions South Australia (PIRSA) is a key economic development agency in the Government of South Australia, which exists to grow the state's primary industries and drive regional development. South Australia's agriculture, food, wine and forestry industries are a vital part of the state's economy, our largest export sector and a major employer. In 2016-17, they generated about $22.5 billion in revenue and accounted for 57% of the state's merchandise exports.

    16 Datasets View Department of Primary Industries and Regions
  • dept-of-the-premier-and-cabinet

    Department of the Premier and Cabinet

    The Department of the Premier and Cabinet has overarching responsibility for federal, state and local government relations, delivers specialist policy advice to the Premier and Ministers, and is committed to working with, and for the community. The department champions the vision for South australia's future as outlined in the state's Strategic Plan. Our ongoing commitment to community engagement ensures that our work aligns with continued excellence in service delivery and good business practice.

    288 Datasets View Department of the Premier and Cabinet
  • department-of-treasury-and-finance

    Department of Treasury and Finance

    The Department of Treasury and Finance is the lead agency for economic, social and financial policy outcomes. We conduct research, analyse information, give advice and contribute to government policy and decision making. We also provide financial services to the community, covering asset and liability management, collection of state taxes, insurance and superannuation.

    8 Datasets View Department of Treasury and Finance
  • district-council-of-loxton-waikerie

    District Council of Loxton Waikerie

    The District Council of Loxton Waikerie is a local government area with an estimated population of 11,500, living across an area of 7957km2 in the Riverland region of South Australia. The larger population centres are on the Murray River, with agriculture and horticulture being the largest economic driver.

    0 Datasets View District Council of Loxton Waikerie
  • education-standards-board

    Education Standards Board

    We are the state government authority responsible for regulating early childhood services and schools.

    7 Datasets View Education Standards Board
  • environment-protection-authority-epa

    Environment Protection Authority (EPA)

    The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) is South Australia’s independent environment protection regulator. We protect, restore and enhance the environment through the risk-based regulation of pollution, waste, noise and radiation.

    52 Datasets View Environment Protection Authority (EPA)
  • essential-services-commission-escosa

    Essential Services Commission (ESCOSA)

    The Essential Services Commission is an independent economic regulator established under the Essential Services Commission Act 2002, which came into effect on 12 September 2002. The Commission’s primary objective, specified in the Essential Services Commission Act 2002 (ESC Act), is the: “protection of the long-term interests of South Australian consumers with respect to the price, quality and reliability of essential services”.

    7 Datasets View Essential Services Commission (ESCOSA)
  • funds-sa

    Funds SA

    Funds SA invests and manages the funds of South Australia’s public sector superannuation schemes and approved public authorities.

    1 Dataset View Funds SA
  • health-and-community-services-complaints-commissioner-hcscc

    Health and Community Services Complaints Commissioner (HCSCC)

    The office of the South Australian Health and Community Services Complaints Commissioner (HCSCC) is an independent statutory office established by the Health and Community Services Complains Act 2004. HCSCC assists services users, carers and service providers (including government, private and non-government health and community services) with an aim to resolving complaints.

    1 Dataset View Health and Community Services Complaints Commissioner (HCSCC)
  • health-performance-council

    Health Performance Council (HPC)

    The Health Performance Council is an advisory body established under the Health Care Act 2008 to provide independent advice to the Minister for Health on the performance of the health system, health outcomes for South Australians (including specific population groups) and the effectiveness of community and individual engagement.

    7 Datasets View Health Performance Council (HPC)
  • health-services-charitable-gifts-board-hscgb

    Health Services Charitable Gifts Board (HSCGB)

    The Health Services Charitable Gifts Board has been established to hold gifts, donations and bequests received by Public Health Entities (PHEs). Funds are invested in accordance with global best practice investment arrangements. Investment and administration costs are tightly controlled in order to maximise the funding available to the respective PHE’s. To ensure that gifts, donations and bequests are applied in accordance with donor’s intentions - such as supporting volunteers, medical research, equipment for wards and patient comfort - funds are applied after prioritisation of expenditure needs by the PHE’s concerned and in a way that ensures that funding for programs will be sustained over time.

    1 Dataset View Health Services Charitable Gifts Board (HSCGB)