The Department of Immigration and Border Protection Annual Report 2014–15 has been prepared in accordance with the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet's
Requirements for Annual Reports for Departments, Executive Agencies and other Non-corporate Commonwealth Entities, issued on 25 June 2015.
This year's annual report has been prepared to inform the Australian Parliament about the Department's performance in relation to its services in 2014–15.
A full high resolution PDF version of the
Department of Immigration and Border Protection's 2014–15 annual report is available (10.2MB PDF).
optimised version of the Department of Immigration and Border Protection's 2014–15 annual report is also available (6.7MB PDF).
The report is divided into seven parts and each part of the report is available.
Details contact officer, letter of transmittal to the Minister, and the contents page, including the list of tables, figures and case studies.
This part summarises significant issues and developments during the year, and reviews the Department's performance and financial results. This part also includes a special feature about the integrated Department of Immigration and Border Protection that started on 1 July 2015.
For a summary of the Department’s key achievements, challenges and future, go to:
This part gives an overview about the Portfolio and Department, including its role, functions, organisational structure, and outcome and programme structure. It also includes a special feature about 70 years of the Department of Immigration's history.
This part summarises the Department's financial performance, as well as its performance against the deliverables and key performance indicators, as set out in the
Department's Portfolio Budget Statements 2014–15 and the
Portfolio Additional Estimates Statements 2014–15.
This part provides information about the Department's governance, fraud and risk management arrangements, external scrutiny, workforce planning, human resources and purchasing. It also includes information about workplace health and safety, small business, procurement initiatives, advertising and market research, ecologically sustainable development and environmental performance, and grants programmes.
This part contains the Department's audited financial statements and a report by the Auditor-General.
This part provides supplementary information, such as employee classifications and salary rates, legal services, freedom of information, membership of advisory bodies and citizenship statistics.
This part comprises a glossary, list of abbreviations and acronyms, an alphabetical index and where to find information specified in the
Requirements for Annual Reports for Departments, Executive Agencies and Non-Corporate Commonwealth Entities.
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