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Gifts of Government Property and Statutory Acts of Grace registers

Gifts of Government Property

The NSW Health Gifts of Government Property register is maintained to meet the requirements of the Treasurer’s Direction TD21-04 ‘Gifts of government property’, which specifies the circumstances in which a gift of government property may be made, ensures gifts are made in accordance with specified values and associated principles, and that agencies maintain a record of gifts made.

All NSW Health entities are required to certify the accuracy and completeness of the contents of this register. Where a NSW Health entity is not named within the register, it should be taken that the entity did not make any gifts of government property, greater than $10,000, during the period.
This register is certified by the NSW Health Secretary, in her capacity as the Accountable Authority for all NSW Health entities. It is reviewed by the Audit and Risk Committee and published annually.

The register has been redacted to exclude any personal information as defined under Section 4 of the Personal Information Protection Act 1998.

Registers

Copies of the Gifts of Government Property registers are available on the NSW Health website.

Statutory Acts of Grace

The NSW Health Statutory Acts of Grace register is maintained to meet the requirements of the Treasury Circular TC22-01 ‘Statutory Act of Grace Payments’, which specifies the circumstances in which a payment may be made, explains the power to delegate and requires GSF agencies to maintain a record of the payments made.

All NSW Health entities are required to certify the accuracy and completeness of the contents of this register. Where a NSW Health entity is not named within the register, it should be taken that the entity did not make any statutory acts of grace payments during the period.

This register is certified by the NSW Health Secretary, in her capacity as the Accountable Authority for all NSW Health entities. It is reviewed by the Audit and Risk Committee and published annually.
The register has been redacted to exclude any personal information as defined under Section 4 of the Personal Information Protection Act 1998.

Registers

Copies of the Statutory Acts of Grace registers are available on the NSW Health website.

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