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ACIAR manages a range of co-investments with DFAT including research and capacity building. These investments enable ACIAR to leverage resources and access complementary expertise. The ACIAR overseas offices are located within Australian high commissions/embassies and work in close collaboration with DFAT.
The Attorney-General’s portfolio includes the High Court of Australia, which is part of the Commonwealth, is an “agency” named in the annual Appropriation Acts and is in the “General Government Sector”. However, it is not a Commonwealth entity under the PGPA Act, due to its status under its enabling legislation, which also sets its employment framework.
A listed entity is a non-corporate Commonwealth entity prescribed by an Act or the PGPA Rule. All non-corporate Commonwealth entities are “listed entities” except for Departments of State and Parliamentary Departments.
Type of Body
Non-corporate Commonwealth entity is a Commonwealth entity that is not a body corporate.*
Corporate Commonwealth entity is a Commonwealth entity that is a body corporate.*
A Commonwealth company is a Corporations Act 2001 company that the Commonwealth controls.