The 2000-01 Treasury Annual Report outlines performance against outcomes, outputs and performance information contained in the 2000-01 Portfolio Budget Statements (PBS).
The financial accounts presented in this Report include the Royal Australian Mint. However, the performance reporting does not extend to the activities of that organisation which, although a Division of Treasury, is not budget-funded. Information in Part 4: Management and Accountability and Part 6: Other Statistical Information (for example, staff numbers or expenditure on advertising) does not include information relating to the Mint unless expressly stated. The Mint publishes its own annual report.
Part 1 of this report includes an overview of major outcomes during 2000-01, and outlines changes in the organisation and senior management structure of the Department and other significant management initiatives undertaken over the course of the year. Charts included in Part 1 depict the Treasury portfolio and departmental outcome and output structures, and the Treasury top management structure.
Part 2 of the report provides an analysis of performance against Treasury's policy outcomes. A review of Corporate Services Division performance is also provided in Part 2.
This year Treasury celebrates 100 years of public service. Part 3 provides economic and administrative highlights of Treasury's progress and performance between 1901 and 2001. The highlights have been drawn from the Centenary of Treasury booklet published in April 2001.
Part 4 reports on management and accountability issues as required under the Annual Report Guidelines.
Part 5 presents the audited financial status of the Department as required under the Annual Report Guidelines.
Part 6 of the report includes other statistical information required under the Annual Report Guidelines.
The report concludes with a list of abbreviations and acronyms and an index to the report and its appendices.