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About Treasury

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As a central policy agency, Treasury is expected to anticipate and analyse policy issues with a whole-of-economy perspective, understand government and stakeholder circumstances, and respond rapidly to changing events and directions.

Treasury provides sound economic analysis and authoritative policy advice on issues such as: the economy, budget, taxation, financial sector, foreign investment, structural policy, superannuation, small business, housing affordability and international economic policy.

Treasury also works with state and territory governments on key policy areas, as well as managing federal financial relations.

A further 17 entities constitute our wider portfolio.