Structure and functions
- provide sound financial management of Victoria's fiscal resources;
- guide Government actions to increase Victoria's productivity and competitiveness;
- drive improvement in public sector asset management and the delivery of infrastructure; and
- deliver efficient whole of government common services to the Victorian public sector.
The Office of the Secretary and 20 groups carry out the functions of the Department.
DTF's organisational chart (56 KB DOCX)
Office of the Secretary
The Office of the Secretary provides support to the Secretary of the Department and oversees the delivery of outputs against DTF’s objectives and strategic priorities.
- Shareholder Advisory Services
- Financial Assets and Liabilities
- Infrastructure Advice and Delivery (HV/HR)
- Construction Code Compliance
- Financial Reporting
- Budget Strategy
- Portfolio Analysis
- Public Sector Workforce Management
- Finance and Technology Services
- Corporate Services
- Government Technology
- Strategic Sourcing
- Economic Policy
- Social Policy
- Base Reviews
- Macro Economic and Revenue Forecasting
- Tax and Intergovernmental Relations
- Gambling Policy and Litigation
- Victorian Competition and Efficiency Commission
- Shared Services Provider.
DTF has an Audit Committee comprising:
- Jane Harvey - Chair;
- Josie Rizza;
- Graeme Bowker;
- Laurinda Gardner;
- Steve Schinck; and
- Jason Loos.
The objective of the DTF Audit Committee is to assist the Secretary in fulfilling his responsibilities by reviewing the systems of internal controls which management has established, the audit process, and the financial information that will be provided to Parliament and others.
The Department has engaged KPMG to undertake all internal audit services.
The 2013-14 Budget papers are now available on the Budget website.
Future direction for public private partnerships
The Treasurer has announced a set of reforms that will guide the next phase of PPP investment in Victoria.
Natural Disaster Financial Assistance
Councils need to provide financial assistance claims for all eligible costs associated with infrastructure repairs for the 2010-11 Victorian floods, as well as any other natural disaster events which occurred during 2010-11, by 30 June 2013.
The 2012-13 Model Report is now available. This document assists Victorian government departments and other public sector entities with the planning and preparation of disclosures for the 2013 Annual Report.