The Department of Finance was created on 1 July 2011 from the previous Department of Treasury and Finance.
We have a strong focus on service to our diverse range of customers, including taxpayers, other government agencies, people buying their first home, major construction companies and suppliers to government.
The Department of Finance comprises of several businesses:
Building Management and Works is responsible for the construction of government buildings such as hospitals, schools and police stations; the maintenance of government buildings; the management of the government’s office portfolio; and the administration of a range of heritage and built environment matters.
Government Procurement leads the buying function at a whole-of-government level, providing-value-for-money outcomes for government through goods, services and human services procurement.
The State Revenue business is dedicated to the administration of revenue, grant and subsidy schemes for community benefit.
The Department’s Shared Services business provides a range of corporate services and advice to government agencies under a whole-of-government approach.
The Department will also have a new role and provide leadership and advice to Government on the performance of Government Trading Enterprises.
All these functions are supported by the Corporate Services business, which provides a range of services that support and add value to the Department in the areas of Human Resources Management, Finance, Information and Communications Technology, Strategic Planning, Corporate Communications, Governance, Risk and Policy.
The Office of the Director General is a small team providing direct support to the Director General in the management of strategic issues across the business and in the coordination of whole-of-Department activities and initiatives.
The ABN for Department of Finance is 99593347728