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  1. ORIC yearbook 2014–15: Overview

    See ORIC yearbook 2014–15 table of contents Overview Snapshot 2007–08 to 2014–15 Highlights ... the achievements set out in this yearbook could not have been accomplished. Much of our work involves travelling

    Other publication | Created: 13 October 2015

  2. ORIC yearbook 2014–15: Performance reporting | Training

    See ORIC yearbook 2014–15 table of contents Training In 2014–15 ORIC provided corporate governance

    Other publication | Created: 13 October 2015

  3. ORIC yearbook 2014–15: Performance reporting | Support services

    See ORIC yearbook 2014–15 table of contents Support services Call centre In 2014–15 ORIC received ... Privacy Act prevents the publication of the names of the former CDEP participants. Trying a direct

    Other publication | Created: 13 October 2015

  4. ORIC yearbook 2015–16

    the yearbook Overview Highlights 2015–16 From the Registrar About ORIC Legislation The organisational structure ... 2606. Please be aware that this publication may contain the names and images of deceased people.

    Yearbook | Created: 25 November 2016

  5. Accountability

    Freedom of information In accordance with the Australian Government requirement for agencies to be open and transparent with regard to the functions they perform and the information they hold, the Registrar’s website includes an information publishing pla

    Yearbook section | Created: 21 December 2017

  6. Performance reporting

    for this yearbook. Currently, we measure our performance by output, which helps us to understand the efficiency

    Yearbook section | Created: 20 December 2017

  7. Kununurra

    From February to August 2017 Russell Styche worked from a temporary regional office in Kununurra. The east Kimberley area has a high concentration of small corporations that are some distance even from Kununurra, and a high need for support as it is geogr

    Yearbook section | Created: 20 December 2017

  8. Broome

    Working from the Broome office, Sid Michels and Jill Rudeforth look after corporations in the Kimberley region. (While Hannah Roe was on extended leave Sid also managed the Darwin office.) This year, they share stories of best-practice executive recruitme

    Yearbook section | Created: 20 December 2017

  9. Darwin

    Staff of the Darwin office, Hannah Roe and Margetta Avlonitis, look after corporations in the Top End and Tiwi Islands, and Arnhem Land and Groote Eylandt. (Hannah also manages the Broome office, although this role was reversed during her extended leave t

    Yearbook section | Created: 20 December 2017

  10. Alice Springs

    Dayna Lister and George Donaldson look after corporations in the southern half of the Northern Territory and all of South Australia, working from the Alice Springs office. This year, they share two stand-out stories, of a quick turnaround special administ

    Yearbook section | Created: 20 December 2017

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