Corporate documents

Our corporate documents describe the environment we operate in including our processes for governance and operations. These documents cover information across our agency, such as reporting, planning and our strategic direction.

Reports

Our anniversary publication reveals an engaging timeline on how the modern-day Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission is built on decades of experience and developments.

Our corporate plan is our primary planning document. It is prepared in accordance with the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013 and covers a four-year period, with particular focus on the current financial year.

Endorsed by the board, our one-page strategic direction is key part of our planning framework, and outlines our strategic objectives to enable us to achieve our purpose.

The Portfolio Budget Statements (PBS) can be found on the Attorney-General's Department website www.ag.gov.au

The ACIC is a Commonwealth entity that performs a regulatory function, and is therefore considered an entity within the Attorney-General’s portfolio. As a regulator, the ACIC responds to a Ministerial Statement of Expectations, issued by a responsible Minister to a regulator or entity with regulatory functions, with a Regulator Statement of Intent that, in turn, identifies how we will deliver on the Government’s expectations.

The Executive Government sets out its guidance through Ministerial Statements of Expectations. These Statements are issued by the responsible Minister to a regulator or an entity with regulatory functions, to provide greater clarity about government policies and objectives relevant to the regulator’s statutory objectives and how it conducts its operations.

Endorsed by the board, our one-page strategic direction is key part of our planning framework, and outlines our strategic objectives to enable us to achieve our purpose.

Endorsed by the board, our one-page strategic direction is key part of our planning framework, and outlines our strategic objectives to enable us to achieve our purpose.

This report highlights the achievements of our Reconciliation Action Plan 2018–20 and includes reflections on what we have learnt in our continued commitment to supporting reconciliation in the agency.

The statement of integrity in business practice and procurement articulates the core values, mutual obligations and ethical standards we expected of our agency staff.