The Department of Finance continues to be a central government agency providing strategic advice, leadership and cost-effective services to our customers.
We are an agency that delivers a wide variety of services to our customers. Put simply, we advise, build, buy and collect.
This year we have advised government and our agency counterparts on whole-of-government reform initiatives, including leading the Enhance Public Sector Procurement reform initiative. A framework has been developed with an intent to make it easier for suppliers and contractors to do business with government and reduce the confusion experienced by public sector employees in procuring goods, services and works.
Finance is a strategic adviser to the WA Government, and government departments and agencies. We are central in providing advice on government reform projects, project management, procurement and policy.
Finance oversees the development and maintenance of major and other non-residential building assets including the new Museum project plus several school, health facility and prison projects. We also manage government office accommodation to drive efficiencies and savings to the WA taxpayer.
We are leaders in government procurement. We leverage our buying power to secure lower-cost products and services across government and apply our expertise to deliver
value-for-money to the WA taxpayer.
Finance collects around $7 billion of revenue annually on behalf of government and administers the payment of grants and subsidies to the community.
The accompanying financial statements of the Department of Finance have been prepared in compliance with the provisions of the Financial Management Act 2006 from proper accounts and records to present fairly the financial transactions for the reporting period ended 30 June 2019 and the financial position as at 30 June 2019.See More
The key effectiveness indicators measure the extent of impact of the delivery of services on the achievement of desired outcomes. The key efficiency indicators monitor the relationship between the services delivered and the resources used to produce the service.See More
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The Department of Finance continues to be a central government agency providing strategic advice, leadership and cost-effective services to our customers.See More