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  1. Reporting and registration

    public Register of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Corporations. It’s a requirement under the CATSI ... 2016) as it’s based on corporations registered at 31 December 2014 and excludes corporations under ... the 2013–14 reporting period) and a total of 2335 corporations complied. As at 30 June 2016 there were 156

    Yearbook section | Created: 25 November 2016

  2. 17_0087_External administration statistics_2016-17.pdf

    leading to appointment of an external administrator, 2016–17 required in the interests of the public ... 17_0087_External administration statistics_2016-17.pdf 17_0087_External administration ... statistics_2016-17.indd Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporaƟ ons entering external administraƟ on 2016–17 Report

    Available at: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporations entering external administration 2016–17

    Created: 31 October 2017

  3. Special administrations: what members and directors should know

    procedure). To protect public money or to prevent an interruption to essential services, the Registrar can ... members and other interested parties through newsletters and information meetings (community meetings) ... with their advisory groups. Information meetings/newsletters The Registrar expects that the special administrator will

    CATSI fact sheet | Created: 14 June 2013

  4. Special administrations: what funding agencies, creditors and employees should know

    administration (this is called a ‘show cause’ procedure). To protect public money or to prevent an interruption ... administration communicates with funding agencies, members and other interested parties through newsletters ... as membership and proposed rule book changes. Information meetings/newsletters The Registrar expects

    CATSI fact sheet | Created: 14 June 2013

  5. Fierce determination for 20 years

    its facebook or website, or access its documents on the public Register of Aboriginal and Torres

    Spotlight on | Created: 30 May 2018

  6. ORICMR1617-09_Further prosecutions for failure to lodge.pdf

    were prosecuted. Since the Registrar’s media release of 7 March 2016 which listed four prosecutions, ... of prosecutions is part of the Registrar’s reporting program which aims to maintain the integrity of the public ... rates mean corporation members, funding agencies and others can have confidence in the public Register

    Available at: Further prosecutions for failure to lodge

    Created: 7 November 2016

  7. PS-01-Information-advice-comment_v8-0.pdf

    information, advice and public comment Policy PS-01: Providing information, advice and public comment Relevant ... information, advice and public comment Last updated: 25 June 2018 2 Contents 1 About this policy ... .................................................................................................................. 6 C. Public comment

    Available at: PS-01 Providing information, advice and comment

    Created: 10 July 2018

  8. Highlights

    in Arnhem Land and Groote Eylandt) Half of all web visitors search the public register, i.e. do a ‘search ... 2016–17. Their average duration was 6½ months. Northern Territory corporations attract very few complaints;

    Yearbook section | Created: 15 December 2017

  9. Registered corporations pass 3000

    Acting Registrar, Joe Mastrolembo said. There were 177 registrations in both 2016–17 and 2015–16. ‘This ... Islander corporations through the public register at oric.gov.au. Media contact Lisa Hugg (02) 6146 4738

    Media Release | Created: 27 March 2018

  10. Accountability

    disclosure log. In 2016–17: 16 FOI requests were made to the Registrar, compared to 66 in 2015–16 26 FOI ... in respect of an internal review decision notified in December 2016. ORIC provided its response to the OAIC ... statement PS 03: Complaints about the Registrar’s staff and contractors. During 2016–17, eight complaints

    Yearbook section | Created: 21 December 2017

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