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Macquarie Point Development Corporation

Port Arthur Historic Site Management Authority

Tasmanian Dairy Industry Authority

Tasmanian Health Service

TasTAFE

The Public Trustee

Tourism Tasmania


[1] Section 6 of the State Service Act 2000 specifies that the State Service consists of Heads of Agencies, holders of prescribed offices, senior executives and employees.

[2] ‘Agency’ means a Government department or a State authority or other organisation specified in Column 1 of Schedule 1 of the State Service Act 2000 - and which is reproduced in Section 13 of these Guidelines

[3] In this document, the “Opposition” is the largest minority Party within the Parliament during the Caretaker period, willing to assume office in the event of a change of government either after an election or as a result of a loss of support for the Government in the House of Assembly. For more details see: http://www.parliament.tas.gov.au/tpl/Backg/Premier-Leader.htm

[4] Agencies should also check that contractual arrangements are in accordance with Section 21A of the Tasmanian Acts Interpretation Act 1931

[5] Agencies should also check that contractual arrangements are in accordance with Section 21A of the Tasmanian Acts Interpretation Act 1931

[6] All Ministers of the Crown and Parliamentary Secretaries.

[7] Please note there are special conventions for the use of the prefix Honourable. For more details see: http://www.parliament.tas.gov.au/tpl/InfoSheets/LifeHonourable.htm

[8] Information Sheet: ProducingaTVCcontainingPoliticalMatterincludingElectionMaterial, Free TV Australia. www.freetv.com.au

[9] The Charter of Budget Responsibility Act refers to ‘Opposition parties’, for that reason this section refers to non-Government parties as ‘Opposition parties’. For more information see: http://www.treasury.tas.gov.au/Documents/State-Election-2014-Costing-Guidelines.pdf

[10]The Charter of Budget Responsibility Act refers to the ‘election costing period’. The ‘election costing period’ commences with the dissolution or expiry of the House of Assembly. However unlike the caretaker period, the election costing period ends with the close of polls.