National Indigenous Australians Agency
Part of the Prime Minister portfolio, also called NIAA
The National Indigenous Australians Agency was established by an Executive Order signed by the Governor-General on 29 May 2019. The Executive order gives the NIAA a number of functions, including: to lead and coordinate Commonwealth policy development, program design and implementation and service delivery for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples; to provide advice to the Prime Minister and the Minister for Indigenous Australians on whole-of-government priorities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples; to lead and coordinate the development and implementation of Australia’s Closing the Gap targets in partnership with Indigenous Australians; to lead Commonwealth activities to promote reconciliation.
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