Commission of Audit

February 2015

As expected, widespread cuts recommended – February 2015

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The Commission of Audit report in May 2014 contained more than enough recommendations for cutting, transferring, privatising and scaling back to terrify most sectors of the community.

May 2014

COMMISSION OF AUDIT - Foreign aid

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Foreign aid programme should be more effectively managed and targeted.

COMMISSION OF AUDIT - Recommendations on program changes

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Establish a new benchmark for the Parenting Payment Single of 25 per cent of Average Weekly Earnings.

COMMISSION OF AUDIT - Recommendations transferring responsibilities to the private sector

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The report says “There are too many government bodies in Australia.”

COMMISSION OF AUDIT - Recommendations on funding services for the care and community sector

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The Commission of Audit recommends a major review – and in some cases abolition or merging - of all Commonwealth grants programs.

COMMISSION OF AUDIT - Aged care and transfer payments

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The full value of the principal residence should be included in the current aged care means test.

COMMISSION OF AUDIT - Transferring responsibilities from Federal to State Governments

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The Commission recommends transferring a wide variety of health and education responsibilities and the responsibility for raising funds for them, to the states.

COMMISSION OF AUDIT - Co-payments

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A $15 a visit Medicare co-payment is proposed.

COMMISSION OF AUDIT - National Commission of Audit Overview

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The Commission of Audit report contains more than enough recommendations for cutting, transferring, privatising and scaling back to terrify most sectors of the community.