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NSW Police Force Do not request personal information using this site. Why?
NSW Police Integrity Commission Also called PIC.
NSW Registrar of Community Housing The Registrar of Community Housing is responsible for registering and regulating community housing providers in New South Wales under the National Regu...
NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Also called BDM.
NSW Rural Fire Service Also called RFS.
NSW State Emergency Service Also called SES.
NSW StatePlus Formally State Super Financial Services
NSW TrainLink Requests to this agency are centrally managed by Transport for NSW so some responses may be from that agency instead.
NSW Trains Requests to this agency are centrally managed by Transport for NSW so some responses may be from that agency instead.
NSW Valuer General The Valuer General, is an independent statutory officer, appointed by the Governor of New South Wales to oversee the State's land valuation system.
NT Correctional Services Northern Territory Correctional Services runs prisons and detention centres for adults and children including Darwin Correctional Centre, Alice Springs...
NT Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics The Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics was established by the Northern Territory Government on September 12, 2016. The government...
NT Director of Public Prosecutions Also known as the DPP.
NT Police, Fire and Emergency Services Do not request personal information using this site. Why?
NT WorkSafe NT WorkSafe is a division of the Department of Business. Requests to this authority will be sent to them.
Office for Learning and Teaching The Office for Learning and Teaching Strategic Advisory Committee provides guidance and advice to the Minister to help shape strategic directions of th...
Office of National Assessments Also called ONA. ONA assesses and analyses international political, strategic and economic developments for the Prime Minister and senior ministers in the National Secu...
Office of Parliamentary Counsel Also called OPC. The objective of OPC is to enable the Government to carry out its legislative program and (subject to Government priorities) to assist Private Members...
Office of the Australian Information Commissioner Also called OAIC. The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner has three sets of functions. They are: freedom of information functions, in particular, oversight...
Office of the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions Also called DPP. The principal functions and responsibilities of the NSW Director of Public Prosecutions are a) to institute and conduct, on behalf of the Crown, prosec...
Office of the Governor of Tasmania The Governor is the Queen's representative in the State of Tasmania and is authorised by the Australia Act 1986, s7 to exercise all the powers of the Q...
Office of the National Rail Safety Regulator Also called ONRSR. The Office of the National Rail Safety Regulator (ONRSR) is an independent body corporate established under the Rail Safety National Law (South Austral...
Office of the Official Secretary to the Governor-General The position of Official Secretary to the Governor-General was established in 1901. The Governor-General Act 1974 was amended by Parliament in 1984 to...
Office of the Queensland Parliamentary Counsel To draft Bills and other instruments for use in the Legislative Assembly. To draft subordinate legislation, other than exempt instruments. In drafting,...
Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations The Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations supports and regulates about 2500 corporations registered under the Corporations (Aboriginal and...
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