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The Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPAC) is the central agency of the Tasmanian State Government. The Department provides a broad range of services to Cabinet, other members of Parliament, Government agencies and the community.
The Department works closely with the public sector, the community, local government, the Australian Government and other state and territory governments. The Department also provides administrative support to the Tasmanian Community Fund which is separately accountable and reports directly to Parliament.
Leading by example in a respected and valued State Service.
Improving the lives of Tasmanians by leading and supporting the State Service to deliver the Government’s priorities.
We work in partnership with the communities we serve and the agencies we lead to:
The Strategic Plan 2015-18 reflects this change and the priorities of the new Government. The work we do will be focused on the Government’s agenda for Tasmania, to:
To find out more about the Department's priorities, read the DPAC Strategic Plan 2015-18.
The DPAC Annual Report 2015/16 contains detailed information on the Department’s performance and significant achievements over the past financial year.
The Department of Premier and Cabinet reports to and supports:
Will Hodgman MP
Minister for Sport and Recreation
Minister for Aboriginal Affairs
and the Parliamentary Secretary to the Premier, Guy Barnett MP
Peter Gutwein MP
Minister for Planning and Local Government
Matthew Groom MP
Minister for Environment, Parks and Heritage
Michael Ferguson MP
Minister for Information Technology and Innovation
Jacquie Petrusma MP
Minister for Women
The Department of Premier and Cabinet is structured as follows:
The Department also provides administrative support to the Tasmanian Community Fund which is separately accountable and reports directly to Parliament.
View the Organisational Chart.