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2013/11 Determinations/Remuneration Tribunal as made
This determination supersedes and revokes in full Remuneration Tribunal Determination 2012/13 - Remuneration and Allowances for Holders of Part-Time Public Office.
Administered by: Prime Minister and Cabinet
Exempt from sunsetting by the Legislative Instruments Act 2003 s 54(2) item 39
Registered 20 Jun 2013
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled Senate24-Jun-2013
Tabled HR24-Jun-2013
Date of repeal 01 Mar 2014
Repealed by Remuneration Tribunal Determination 2014/03 - Remuneration and Allowances for Holders of Part-Time Public Office
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REMUNERATION TRIBUNAL

 

Determination 2013/11:

Remuneration and Allowances for Holders of Part-Time

Public Office

 

Contents

 

PART 1 – GENERAL 1

PART 2 – FEES. 2

PART 3 – CONDITIONS OF OFFICIAL TRAVEL 5

SCHEDULE A – FEES AND ALLOWANCES FOR SPECIFIED OFFICES. 6

SCHEDULE B – PROFESSIONAL COMMITTEES – HEALTH AND AGEING PORTFOLIO. 18

SCHEDULE C – FEES AND ALLOWANCES FOR PRIMARY INDUSTRY AUTHORITIES. 19

SCHEDULE D – FEES AND ALLOWANCES FOR TORRES STRAIT REGIONAL AUTHORITY. 21

SCHEDULE E – FEES AND ALLOWANCES FOR ABORIGINAL LAND COUNCILS. 22

SCHEDULE F – SPECIFIED OFFICES – ANNUAL MEETING FEE AND ADDITIONAL DAILY FEES. 23

 

 

PART 1 – GENERAL

 

1.1         Legislative Basis:  The Remuneration Tribunal has made this Determination in accordance with subsections 7(3) and 7(4) of the Remuneration Tribunal Act 1973.

 

1.2         Effective Date:  This Determination takes effect on and from 1 July 2013.

 

1.3         Effect on Earlier Determinations:  This Determination supersedes and revokes in full Determination 2012/13 (as amended) – Remuneration and Allowances for Holders of Part-Time Public Office and also supersedes and revokes the following Determinations (that amended 2012/13): 2012/17, 2012/20, 2012/22, 2012/23, 2012/25, 2013/02, 2013/03, 2013/04, 2013/05.

 

1.4         Definitions:  In this Determination, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise:

 

‘authority’ is a reference to any body or office to which office-holders, as defined in clause 1.4, are appointed;

 

‘business of the authority’ means any business of the authority conducted by an office-holder with the approval of the authority, other than attendance at a formal meeting and the preparation time for that meeting, except as specified in Clause 2.9;

 

‘office-holder’ means the holder of a part-time public office;

 

‘public office’ has the same meaning as in the Remuneration Tribunal Act 1973.

 


 

PART 2 – FEES

 

2.1         Specified Offices:  The fees set out in Schedules A, B, C, D, E and F apply to the holders of the public offices specified in those schedules.  They are inclusive of the amount necessary to meet any taxation obligation in respect of these fees.

 

2.2      Remuneration Packaging:  An agency may provide access to remuneration packaging        to office-holders covered by this Determination.  An office-holder may elect either to    take benefits in lieu of her or his fee or to take a combination of her or his fee and          benefits.

 

2.2.1    Any election made in accordance with clause 2.2 must:

 

(a)                    be in accordance with agency policies and procedures on remuneration                     packaging applicable to such offices;

 

(b)         be consistent with relevant taxation laws and rulings or guidelines applicable to remuneration packaging schemes issued by the Australian Taxation Office; and

 

(c)         not result in any cost to the Commonwealth (including in relation to any fringe benefits taxation) additional to the cost which would be incurred if benefits able to be taken as fees were taken as fees.

 

2.3         Offices not specified:  An office-holder in respect of whom a fee has not otherwise been specified in this Determination shall, subject to the conditions outlined in clauses 2.9 to 2.13 of this Determination, be paid a daily fee as set out in Table 2A below.  These fees are inclusive of the amount necessary to meet any taxation obligation in respect of these fees.

 

Table 2A: Public Offices not specified in this Determination – Daily Fees with effect from 1 July 2013.

 

Office

Category 1

Category 2

Category 3

 

$ per day

$ per day

$ per day

Chairperson

429

578

698

Member

322

429

621

 

2.3.1    Minister decides category:  The category of fee to be paid shall be determined by the Minister within whose portfolio responsibility the public office is located, in accordance with the nature, function and responsibilities of the office.

 

2.3.2    Official Travel:  An office-holder whose fee has been determined in accordance with clause 2.3 shall be entitled to travelling allowance for travel on official business within Australia at the Tier 2 rate, in accordance with Part 3 of this Determination.

 

Conditions of payment of base and meeting fees

 

2.4         Application:  The provisions of clauses 2.5 to 2.7 apply to office-holders covered by Table A2A in Schedule A.  Clauses 2.8 to 2.13 do not apply to offices covered by Table A2A.

 

2.5         Base fee:  The base fee is an annual fee payable on a periodic basis throughout each year.  Part years are paid on a proportionate basis. The base fee covers all activities undertaken on behalf of the authority, except formal meetings of the authority.  Committee work is included in the base fee.

 

2.6         Meeting fee:  The daily meeting fees specified in Table A2A are payable only in respect of formal meetings of the prescribed authority, requiring attendance for a full day, or more than one day, of at least 5 hours on each day.  Formal meeting attendance for each member must be certified by the Chair or nominated presiding officer.

 

2.7         Exclusions:  No meeting fee is payable in respect of part-day meetings, preparation or travel time, committee meetings, formal dinners, teleconferences, representational activities or other business of the authority.  The base fee covers those activities.  There is no payment in respect of aggregation of part-day work of any kind.

 

Conditions of payment of daily fees

 

2.8         Application:  The provisions of clauses 2.9 to 2.13 apply to office-holders covered by clause 2.3 and by Schedules A (Table A1A only), B and C, unless otherwise specified.  Clauses 2.9 to 2.13 do not apply to Schedules D, E and F.

 

2.9         Daily fee – preparation for meetings:  The daily fee for a formal meeting includes a component to cover normal preparation time, but where the chairperson of the authority considers the period of preparation time involved is so unusual as to warrant recognition that period may be included as business of the authority.

 

2.10      Daily fee – minimum hours:  An office-holder shall be paid the daily fee in respect of such period, not less than three hours, on any one day on which he or she attends a formal meeting of the authority, and/or is engaged on business of the authority other than normal preparation time for a meeting, subject to the following conditions.

 

2.10.1    The chairperson, or nominated presiding officer, shall in each case certify whether the period of three hours has elapsed and in so certifying may have regard to reasonable travelling time incurred by an office holder away from the metropolitan area of the capital city or the environs of the town in which he or she lives.

 

2.10.2    The maximum payment in respect of any one day shall be the daily fee.

 

2.11      Part-payment of daily fee – meeting days:  An office-holder may be paid in respect of formal meetings of less than three hours subject to the following conditions:

 

(a)         for formal meetings aggregating less than two hours, an amount equal to                 two-fifths of a daily fee;

 

(b)         for formal meetings, or formal meetings and business of the authority on the day of a formal meeting, of two hours or more, but less than three hours on any one day, an amount equal to three-fifths of a daily fee;

 

(c)         the maximum payment in respect of any one day shall be the daily fee;

 

(d)         eligibility for each payment shall be certified by the chairperson or nominated presiding officer and in so certifying the chairperson may have regard to reasonable travelling time in accordance with subclause 2.10.1; and

 

(e)         preparation time shall only be included in accordance with clause 2.9.

 

2.12      Aggregation of hours for daily fee – non-meeting days:  An office-holder may also be paid a daily fee in respect of aggregates of periods of business of the authority of less than three hours, subject to the following conditions:

 

(a)         individual periods of business must be on other than formal meeting days                 and each period must be for a minimum of one hour;

 

(b)         to attract payment of a daily fee, aggregated periods shall total at least five hours;

 

(c)         the maximum payment in respect of any one day shall be the daily fee;

 

(d)         eligibility for each payment shall be certified by the chairperson and in so certifying the chairperson may have regard to reasonable travelling time in accordance with subclause 2.10.1; and

 

(e)         preparation time shall only be included in accordance with clause 2.9.

 

2.13    Daily Fees – travelling on non-meeting days: Where an office holder must undertake official travel on a non-meeting day, the chairperson or nominated presiding officer may determine that the office holder is engaged on business of the authority for the period of that travel and is therefore entitled to receive all or part of the daily fee in accordance with subclause 2.10.1 and 2.10.2.

 

2.14    Daily Fee – Superannuation Complaints Tribunal (SCT): The following sub-clauses          apply, (and clauses 2.4 to 2.7 and clauses 2.9 to 2.13 do not apply) in relation to a person who holds an office as a member of the SCT on a part-time basis.

 

2.14.1 A daily fee is payable once such a person has undertaken official business of five           hours duration in aggregate, regardless of the day or days on which that work is          done.

 

2.14.2 The Chairperson of the SCT must certify the nature, reasonableness and   duration of official business undertaken prior to any payment of fees to such a          person.

 

2.14.3 Official business may include a hearing, preparation for a hearing, decision          writing, checking and travel time other than for travel between the person’s   home and principal place of work.

 

2.14.4     The maximum payment in respect of any one day shall be the daily fee.

 

2.15    Daily Fee – Social Security Appeals Tribunal (SSAT): The following sub-clauses apply, (and clauses 2.4 to 2.7 and clauses 2.9 to 2.13 do not apply) in relation to a person who holds an office as a member of the SSAT on a part-time basis.

 

      2.15.1      A daily fee is payable once such a person has undertaken official business of five                 hours duration in aggregate, regardless of the day or days on which that work is           done.

 

       2.15.2      The Principal Member of the SSAT is to certify the nature, reasonableness and               duration of official business undertaken prior to any payment of fees to such a                   person.

 

      2.15.3      Official business may include a hearing, preparation for a hearing, decision                    writing, checking and travel time other than for travel between the person’s                       home and principal place of work.

 

      2.15.4    In addition to fees specified a part-time member shall be paid a cancellation fee             equivalent to 50 per cent of one day’s fee for the cancellation of all work on a                              day with fewer than 5 working days’ notice.

 

      2.15.5      The maximum payment in respect of any one day shall be the daily fee.

 

 


 

PART 3 – CONDITIONS OF OFFICIAL TRAVEL

 

3.1         Official Travel Determination:  The provisions of Determination 2004/03 (as amended) – Official Travel by Office Holders – (or any Determination that supersedes 2004/03), apply to offices covered by this Determination, subject to any exclusions or limitations in this Determination.  In establishing entitlements, the Travel Tier identified in this Determination for an office will apply under Determination 2004/03 (or any Determination that supersedes 2004/03).

 

 

 

 


SCHEDULE A – FEES AND ALLOWANCES FOR SPECIFIED OFFICES

 

Table A1A – Specified offices – annual and daily fees and travel tier. (Rates are effective from 1 July 2013 unless otherwise specified.)

General provisions relating to the following table: 

·         The fees set out in Table A1A below are payable in accordance with the conditions of this Determination to the holders of the relevant office.

·         In Columns 2 and 3:

o  an “a” following the dollar amount signifies an Annual Fee applies;

o  a “d” following the dollar amount signifies a Daily Fee applies.

·         The additional clauses referred to in Column 4 are listed immediately following the Table.

 

Column 1

 

Office/Authority

Column 2

 

Chair

$

Column 3

 

Member

$

Column 4

 

Additional clauses applying

Column 5

 

Travel tier

NBN Co Limited

209,630

a

104,860

a

A44

1

Future Fund

198,310

a

99,180

a

 

1

Australia Post

178,940

a

89,500

a

A1

1

Commonwealth Grants Commission

 

 

103,210

a

 

1

Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC)

164,600

a

54,180

a

A2

1

ASC Pty Ltd

153,600

a

71,680

a

A4

1

Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation (CSC)

130,070

a

 

 

A3, A8, A45

See A8

Medibank Private Ltd

128,530

a

64,320

a

A3, A46

1

Murray-Darling Basin Authority

108,310

a

64,290

a

A43

1

Reserve Bank of Australia

 

 

64,290

a

 

1

Airservices Australia

108,310

a

54,180

a

A3, A5

1

Australian Rail Track Corporation

108,310

a

54,180

a

 

1

Civil Aviation Safety Authority Board (CASA)

108,310

a

54,180

a

A3, A6

1

Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)

108,310

a

54,180

a

A3, A7

1

CSIRO – Advisory Committees

578

d

429

d

 

2

Defence Housing Australia

108,310

a

54,180

a

A3

1

National Disability Insurance Scheme Launch Transition Agency

(DisabilityCare Australia)

108,310

a

54,180

a

A34

1

National Disability Insurance Scheme Launch Transition Agency – Advisory Council (DisabilityCare Australia)

922

d

698

d

 

2

Moorebank Intermodal Terminal (IMT)

108,310

a

54,180

a

A23

1

Commissioner, Australian Transport Safety Bureau Commission

 

 

54,180

a

 

1

Board of Taxation

105,480

a

52,740

a

 

1

Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC)

102,400

a

51,200

a

 

1

Payments System Board

(full-time)

 

52,600

a

 

1

Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA)

93,210

a

925

d

A8, A40

See A8

Tourism Australia

91,200

a

45,650

a

A3, A9

1

Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership Ltd (AITSL)

90,490

a

903

d

A8, A10

See A8

Foreign Investment Review Board

89,600

a

48,640

a

 

1

Australian Workforce and Productivity Agency (AWPA)

87,380

a

35,060

a

 

1

National Precincts Board

87,380

a

40,780

a

 

2

Innovation Australia Board

87,380

a

40,780

a

 

2

Innovation Australia Committee

14,620

a

8,582

a

A11

2

Innovation Australia Committee – Non

Innovation Australia Board Member

935

d

935

d

 

2

Private Health Insurance Administration Council

82,900

a

48,410

a

A3

1

General Practice Education and Training Limited

82,900

a

37,450

a

 

1

Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee

(full-time)

 

36,750

a

 

1

Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Commission

82,900

a

35,060

a

 

1

Telecommunications Universal Service Management Agency (TUSMA)

82,900

a

35,060

a

A47

2

National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)

82,900

a

21,240

a

A8

See A8

NHMRC – Research Committee

73,010

a

 

 

 

2

NHMRC – Australian Health Ethics Committee

59,060

a

 

 

 

2

NHMRC – All other Principal Committees not specified in this Determination

59,060

a

 

 

 

2

International Air Services Commission

69,710

a

35,060

a

 

1

Medical Services Advisory Committee

69,710

a

698

d

 

1

Food Standards Australia New Zealand

69,400

a

35,060

a

A12

1

National Competition Council

65,840

a

35,060

a

 

1

Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care

63,290

a

21,100

a

 

2

Independent Hospital Pricing Authority (IHPA)

63,290

a

21,100

a

 

2

Aboriginal Hostels Limited

63,250

a

34,300

a

 

2

Indigenous Land Corporation

63,250

a

34,300

a

A3, A13

1

Indigenous Business Australia

63,250

a

34,300

a

A3, A13

1

Outback Stores Pty Ltd – Chair/Director

63,250

a

34,300

a

 

2

Australian Hearing Services

63,250

a

27,680

a

A3

1

Australian Heritage Council

63,250

a

27,680

a

 

1

Australian Heritage Council – Associate Member

-

 

27,680

a

 

1

Australian Maritime Safety Authority

63,250

a

27,680

a

A3, A13

1

Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation Board (ANSTO)

63,250

a

27,680

a

A3, A13

1

Export Finance and Insurance Corporation

63,250

a

27,680

a

A3, A13, A14

1

Special Broadcasting Service

63,250

a

27,680

a

A13

1

Australian Electoral Commission

63,250

a

 

 

 

1

National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority Board

55,320

a

27,680

a

 

1

Australian Organ and Tissue Donation and Transplantation Authority Advisory Council

817

d

675

d

 

2

Health Workforce Australia

55,320

a

675

d

 

2

Aged Care Standards and Accreditation Agency

52,600

a

27,680

a

 

1

Australian Sports Commission

52,600

a

27,680

a

A3, A15

1

National Rural Advisory Council

52,600

a

27,680

a

 

1

Screen Australia

52,600

a

27,680

a

A16

1

Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA)

(full-time)

 

27,680

a

A15

2

ASADA – Advisory Group

578

d

429

d

 

2

Albury-Wodonga Development Corporation

52,600

a

26,390

a

 

1

National Capital Authority

52,600

a

21,240

a

 

1

Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority

(full-time) 

 

21,240

a

 

2

Australia Council

52,600

a

15,060

a

A15

1

Safe Work Australia

52,600

a

-

 

 

2

National Health Performance Authority

42,190

a

21,100

a

A18

2

Australian Institute of Marine Science Council

41,490

a

21,240

a

A17

2

Cancer Australia Advisory Council

41,490

a

21,240

a

 

2

Frontline Defence Services (AAFCANS)

41,490

a

21,240

a

A3

2

Sydney Harbour Federation Trust

41,490

a

21,240

a

A3

2

Radiation Health and Safety Advisory Council

41,490

a

-

 

 

2

Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation

39,890

a

708

d

 

1

Council for the Australian Film Television and Radio School

36,680

a

18,370

a

A3

2

Defence Strategic Reform Advisory Board

30,550

a

20,370

a

 

1

Australian Sports Drug Medical Advisory Committee

30,080

a

21,240

a

 

2

Australia Business Arts Foundation

30,080

a

14,620

a

A19

1

Australian National Maritime Museum Council

30,080

a

15,060

a

 

2

Australian National Maritime Museum – Member of a Committee (other than a council member)

 

 

708

d

 

2

National Portrait Gallery of Australia

30,080

a

15,060

a

 

2

Australian War Memorial Council

30,080

a

15,060

a

 

2

National Gallery of Australia Council

30,080

a

15,060

a

A19

2

National Library of Australia Council

30,080

a

15,060

a

A19

2

National Museum of Australia Council

30,080

a

15,060

a

 

2

Australian Statistics Advisory Council

30,080

a

-

 

 

1

Public Lending Right Committee

30,080

a

-

 

 

2

Classification Review Board

28,390

a

794

d

A20

2

Defence Reserves Support Council (DRSC) – National Executive

25,350

a

21,570

a

 

2

DRSC – State/Territory Chairs

492

d

-

 

 

2

Australian Pesticides & Veterinary Medicines Authority – Advisory Board

24,030

a

698

d

 

2

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare

21,840

a

631

d

 

2

Australia Council, Boards

21,840

a

-

 

 

2

Advisory Panel on the Marketing in Australia of Infant Formula

17,330

a

-

 

 

2

Professional Services Review – Committees

1,344

d

1,192

d

 

1

Professional Services Review – Determining Authority

1,344

d

1,192

d

 

1

Australian Energy Regulator

-

 

1,107

d

 

1

Companies Auditors and Liquidators Disciplinary Board

1,243

d

1,009

d

A22

1

Examiner, Australian Crime Commission

1,243

d

-

 

A41

1

Tax Practitioners Board (TPB) – Member

-

 

1,009

d

A24

2

TPB – Committee Member

-

 

698

d

 

2

Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA)

1,117

d

922

d

 

2

Co-operative Research Centres Committee

1,117

d

922

d

 

2

Education Investment Fund Advisory Board

1,117

d

922

d

 

1

Health and Hospitals Fund Advisory Board

1,117

d

922

d

 

1

Infrastructure Australia

1,117

d

922

d

 

1

Specialist Medical Review Council (SMRC) – Convenor/councillor

1,117

d

922

d

A25

1

Australian Government Reconstruction Inspectorate

1,117

d

922

d

 

1

Regional Development Australia Fund Advisory Panel

1,117

d

922

d

 

1

Higher Education Standards Panel (HESP)

1,084

d

894

d

 

2

National Transport Commission

1,029

d

922

d

 

1

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) – Associate Member

-

 

922

d

 

1

Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) – Associate Member

-

 

922

d

 

1

Fair Work Commission Expert Panel Member

-

 

922

d

A42

1

Prime Minister’s Science, Engineering and Innovation Council

-

 

922

d

 

1

Social Security Appeals Tribunal (SSAT) – Senior Member

-

 

871

d

 

2

SSAT Member

-

 

794

d

 

3

Administrative Review Council

1,029

d

853

d

 

1

Migration Review Tribunal

-

 

851

d

A29

2

Refugee Review Tribunal

-

 

851

d

A30

2

Superannuation Complaints Tribunal

(full-time)

 

851

d

 

2

Family Law Council

1,029

d

848

d

 

1

Comcover Advisory Council

-

 

848

d

 

1

Productivity Commission

(full-time)

 

848

d

 

1

Patent and Trade Marks Attorneys Disciplinary Tribunal

1,009

d

-

 

 

2

Threatened Species Scientific Committee

1,000

d

670

d

 

1

Takeovers Panel

922

d

922

d

A26

1

Repatriation Medical Authority

922

d

818

d

A27

1

Anti-Doping Research Program Panel

-

 

818

d

 

1

Defence Force Advocate

-

 

818

d

A28

1

Defence Force Remuneration Tribunal

-

 

818

d

 

1

Pharmaceutical Benefits Remuneration Tribunal

(full-time)

 

818

d

 

1

Gene Technology Ethics and Community Consultative Committee

922

d

698

d

A31

1

Gene Technology Technical Advisory Committee

922

d

698

d

A31

1

National Film and Sound Archive

922

d

698

d

A32

2

Official Establishments Trust

922

d

698

d

 

1

Oil Stewardship Advisory Council

922

d

698

d

 

1

Pharmaceutical Benefits Pricing Authority

922

d

698

d

 

1

Professional Committees in Health and Ageing (listed in Schedule B)

922

d

698

d

 

1

Professional Standards Board for Patent and Trade Marks Attorneys

922

d

698

d

 

1

Tuition Protection Service (TPS) Advisory Board

922

d

429

d

A21

2

Seafarers Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Authority

922

d

-

 

A33

1

Tasmanian Freight Equalisation Scheme Review Authority

922

d

-

 

 

1

National Mental Health Commission (Chair/Commissioner)

920

d

698

d

 

2

National Blood Authority

887

d

672

d

 

1

Defence Science and Technology Organisation Advisory Board

853

d

698

d

 

2

Corporations and Markets Advisory Committee (Convener/Member)

848

d

772

d

 

1

Land Sector Carbon and Biodiversity Board

848

d

772

d

 

2

Land Sector Carbon and Biodiversity Board – Committees

578

d

429

d

 

2

Australian Community Pharmacy Authority

848

d

698

d

 

2

Australian National Council on Drugs

848

d

698

d

A35

2

Australian River Co. Ltd

848

d

698

d

A36

2

Co-operative Research Centres Appraisal Panels

848

d

698

d

 

2

Regional Telecommunications Independent Review Committee

848

d

698

d

 

2

Disciplinary Appeal Committees under PE(CT) Regulations 1999

848

d

-

 

 

2

Commission for International Agricultural Research

818

d

595

d

 

2

Biological Diversity Advisory Committee

818

d

519

d

 

2

Fuel Standards Consultative Committee

818

d

519

d

 

2

Indigenous Advisory Committee

818

d

519

d

 

2

Australian Astronomical Observatory Advisory Committee (AA0AC)

818

d

519

d

 

2

Disability Standards Review Panel

818

d

429

d

 

2

National Housing Supply Council

818

d

-

 

 

2

Australian National Preventive Health Agency (ANPHA) Advisory Council

817

d

544

d

 

2

Geographical Indications Committee

787

d

698

d

 

2

Australian Strategic Policy Institute

787

d

637

d

 

2

Australian Social Inclusion Board

787

d

621

d

 

2

Veterans’ Review Board (Senior Member; Member)

777

d

693

d

 

2

ABC Advisory Council

698

d

621

d

 

2

Anti-Doping Rule Violation Panel

698

d

621

d

 

2

Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS)

698

d

621

d

 

2

AIATSIS Research Advisory Committee

-

 

434

d

 

2

National Archives of Australia Advisory Council

698

d

621

d

 

2

National Customs Brokers Licensing Advisory Committee

698

d

621

d

 

2

Editorial Advisory Board

698

d

-

 

A37

2

Defence Industry Study Course

698

d

-

 

 

2

Religious Advisory Committee to the Services

621

d

621

d

 

2

National Rural Advisory Council – Specialist Committees

-

 

621

d

 

2

Defence Force Case Assessment Panel

578

d

531

d

 

2

Military Superannuation and Benefits Scheme Reconsideration Committee

578

d

531

d

 

2

APS Reconsideration Committee

578

d

531

d

 

2

Aboriginals Benefit Account Advisory Committee (ABAAC)

578

d

429

d

 

2

Medical Training Review Panel

-

 

429

d

 

2

Ministerial Advisory Committee on BloodBorne Viruses and Sexually Transmissible Infections

429

d

322

d

A38

2

Defence Families of Australia

429

d

-

 

 

2

Australian Bravery Decorations Council

No fee

 

No fee

 

 

1

Council for the Order of Australia

No fee

 

No fee

 

 

1

Central Trades Committee

-

 

No fee

 

 

2

Local Trades Committee

-

 

No fee

 

 

2

Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Commission

No fee

 

No fee

 

A39

2

 

ADDITIONAL CLAUSES TO TABLE A1A

Unless otherwise specified, the rates in these clauses will apply from 1 July 2013

A1. Australia Post: A member who is appointed as a Deputy Chair will receive an additional $10,360 per annum.  A member who is appointed to the Audit Committee will receive an additional $10,360 per annum as member, or $20,700 per annum as Chair, of the Committee.  A member who is appointed to the Board of Postcorp will receive an additional $4,663 per annum.

 

A2. Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC): A member who is appointed as a Deputy Chair will receive $81,250 per annum.

 

A3. Various bodies: A member of the named body who is the Chair of the Audit Committee, or Audit and Risk Committee, however named, will receive an additional $15,060 per annum.  A member who is a member of the Committee will receive an additional $7,527 per annum.  In lieu of the preceding amounts, the Hon Michael Knight AO will receive $5,364 per annum for service on Australian Hearing Services, Audit and Risk Committee.

 

A4. ASC Pty Ltd: This Clause does not apply to the Chair. A member who is Chair of the Audit Committee, or Audit and Risk Committee, however named, will receive an additional $15,060 per annum. A member who is a member of the Committee will receive an additional $7,527 per annum. A member who is Chair of the Business Assurance and Security (BAS) Committee will receive an additional $14,460 per annum. A member who is member of the BAS Committee will receive an additional $7,226 per annum.

 

A5. Airservices Australia: A member who is appointed as Deputy Chair will receive an additional fee of $7,527 per annum.

 

A6. Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Board: A member who is appointed a Deputy Chair will receive $61,700 per annum.

 

A7. Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO): An additional per diem payment of $831 shall be paid to members of CSIRO who serve on the boards of subsidiaries/associated commercial enterprises.

 

A8. Various: The Chair is entitled to Tier 1 travel arrangements. Members/Directors are entitled to Tier 2 travel arrangements.

 

A9. Tourism Australia: A member who is appointed as Deputy Chair will receive $60,620 per annum.

 

A10. Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership Ltd (AITSL): The Deputy Chair will receive $67,880 per annum. The Deputy Chair is entitled to Tier 1 Travel arrangements.

 

A11. Innovation Australia: The Chair and Members of the Innovation Australia Board shall only receive     remuneration for one Committee.

 

A12. Food Standards Australia New Zealand: A Member who is the Chair of the Finance, Audit and Risk Management (FARM) Committee will receive an additional $9,019 per annum.  A Member who is member of the FARM Committee will receive an additional $4,510 per annum.

 

A13. Various: A member of the named body who is appointed as a Deputy Chair will receive $41,490 per annum.

 

A14. Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (EFIC): A member who is the Chair of EFIC’s Alliance and Contingent Divestment Implementation Committee will receive an additional pro-rata payment of $9,019 per annum.  A member who is a member of EFIC’s Alliance and Contingent Divestment Implementation Committee will receive an additional pro-rata payment of $4,510 per annum.

 

A15. Various: A member of the named body who is appointed as a Deputy Chair will receive $30,840 per annum.

 

A16. Screen Australia: A member who is appointed as a Deputy Chair will receive $27,680 per annum.  A member who is chair of the Audit Committee will receive an additional $9,029 per annum.  A member who is a member of the Audit Committee will receive an additional $4,515 per annum.

 

A17. Australian Institute of Marine Science: A member who is chair of the Audit Committee will receive an additional $9,019 per annum.  A member who is a member of the Audit Committee will receive an additional $4,510 per annum.

 

A18. National Health Performance Authority: The Deputy Chair will receive $31,650 per annum.

 

A19. Various: A member of the named body who is appointed as a Deputy Chair will receive $21,240 per annum.

 

A20. Classification Review Board: A member who is appointed as a Deputy Convener will receive $814 per day. In addition, when the Deputy Convenor acts as Convenor, he or she will be entitled to the remuneration and other conditions determined for the Convenor.

 

A21. Tuition Protection Service (TPS): The Advisory Board Chair will receive an additional $163 per day until 30 June 2013.

 

A22. Company Auditors and Liquidators Disciplinary Board: The Deputy Chairman will receive $1,136 per diem. 

 

A23. Moorebank Intermodal Terminal (IMT): The Chair will receive an additional loading of $20,220 per annum. The Deputy Chair will receive $86,660 per annum and an additional loading of $15,750 per annum.  A Member will receive an additional loading of $10,140 per annum. The additional loadings will cease at close of business on 31 December 2014. In lieu of any other determined provisions, the Hon Andrew Fraser will be paid $32,160 per annum while he fills the office of Director, IMT.

 

A24. Tax Practitioners Board (TPB): The maximum fees payable each year to part-time Members of the Tax Practitioners Board are capped at 80% of the sum of the base salary payable each year to a full-time Member.

 

 

 

A25. Specialist Medical Review Council (SMRC): In addition to the relevant daily fee, the Convenor will receive a retainer of $27,240 per annum.  A councillor who is appointed as a presiding councillor under subsection 196ZK(3) of the Veterans’ Entitlements Act 1986 will, in addition to the relevant daily fee, receive a retainer of $18,370 per annum.

 

A26. Takeovers Panel: Daily fees are only payable for sitting days of takeover proceedings and for Panel days.  Remuneration for other business is by way of an annual fee of $19,870 for the Chairman and $3,325 for the Members.

 

A27. Repatriation Medical Authority: Retainers of $54,410 for the Chairperson and $36,260 for the Members will be payable.

 

A28. Defence Force Advocate: Fees payable for work done within s.58T (c) of the Defence Act 1903 shall be the maximum daily rate as determined for senior counsel in the Australian Government Solicitor’s Commonwealth Policy on Counsel Fees.

 

A29. Migration Review Tribunal: Members of the Migration Review Tribunal receive a daily fee for seven hours work (which may be cumulative over several days).

 

A30. Refugee Review Tribunal: Members of the Refugee Review Tribunal receive a daily fee for seven hours work (which may be cumulative over several days).

 

A31. Gene Technology Committees: an Expert Adviser appointed to either the Gene Technology Technical Advisory Committee or the Gene Technology Ethics and Community Consultative Committee will receive $698 per day and is entitled to Tier 1 Travel.

 

A32. National Film and Sound Archive: A member who is appointed as a Deputy Chair will receive $698 per day.

 

A33. Seafarers Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Authority: A member who is appointed as a Deputy Chair will receive $848 per day.

 

A34.  National Disability Insurance Scheme Launch Transition Agency (DisabilityCare Australia): The Chair will receive an additional loading of $20,480 per annum. A Member will receive an additional loading of $10,240 per annum.  The additional loadings will cease at close of business on      30 June 2016. A Member who is appointed as the Audit Committee Chair will receive an additional $15,060 per annum.  A Member who is appointed as a Member of the Audit Committee will receive an additional $7,527 per annum. The Board Chair is not eligible for additional fees, should that office holder be appointed to the Audit Committee.

 

A35. Australian National Council on Drugs: A member who is appointed as a Deputy Chairman will receive $761 per day.

 

A36. Australian River Company: Mr E G Anson shall receive additional remuneration of $56,800 per annum, on a pro-rata basis, for periods where he has the approval of the Board to perform executive duties.  A member who is appointed as a Deputy Chair will receive $772 per day.

 

A37. Editorial Advisory Board: Subject to a minimum payment of $3,160 per annum.

 

A38. Ministerial Advisory Committee on Blood Borne Viruses and Sexually Transmissible Infections (MACBBVSTI): Members appointed as organisational representatives, such as Federal Parliamentarians and State/Territory Officials, will not receive the travel allowance determined for MACBBVSTI Members if they have an entitlement to travel allowance from a different source.

 

A39. Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Commission: Where a member has an entitlement to Tier 1 travel by virtue of a full-time appointment, that entitlement will also apply to this Office.

 

A40. Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA): The Deputy Chair will receive $69,910 per annum, and is entitled to Tier 1 Travel.

 

A41. Examiner, Australian Crime Commission: The maximum amount an Examiner who is paid by way of daily fees can be paid in one year is $228,480.  The Hon John Hannaford is to receive the full amount determined in Column 2 until his remuneration for performing this office totals $30,880 in a financial year (1 July to 30 June).  Once his income in a financial year reaches this level, the daily rate applying to Mr Hannaford will revert to $622.  The provision as set out for Mr Hannaford also applies to the Hon John Hatzistergos.

A42.  Fair Work Commission (FWC) Expert Panel Member:  Clauses 2.8 to 2.15 of this determination do not apply.  Instead FWC Expert Panel Members will receive a daily fee once they have undertaken official business for a minimum period of five hours, regardless of the day or days on which the work is done.  Shorter periods may be aggregated, subject to a minimum period of aggregation of one hour.  The maximum that may be paid in respect of work performed on any one day will be one daily fee.  The Chair of the FWC Expert Panel will certify the hours worked prior to payment.

 

A43. Murray-Darling Basin Authority: While Mr Craig Knowles occupies the office of Chair, he will receive an annual fee of $69,020.

 

A44. NBN Co Limited: A member who is appointed as Deputy Chair will receive an additional fee of $63,910 per annum. The Deputy Chair is entitled to Tier 1 Travel arrangements.

 

A45. Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation (CSC): The Director will receive $62,210 per annum.

 

A46. Medibank Private Ltd: While Ms Anna Bligh occupies the office of member, she will receive $47,600 per annum.

 

A47. Telecommunications Universal Service Management Agency: While Mr Mark Darras occupies the office of Chair, he will receive a personal loading of $7,680 per annum.

 


 

Table A2A – Specified offices – base and meeting fees and travel tier. (Rates are effective from 1 July 2013 unless otherwise specified.)

 

General provisions relating to the following table: 

·         The fees set out in Table A2A below are payable in accordance with the conditions of this Determination to the holders of the relevant office.

·         The additional clauses referred to in Column 4 are listed immediately following the Table.

Column 1

 

Office/Authority

Column 2

 

Base fee

$

Column 3

 

Meeting fee

$

Column 4

 

Additional clauses applying

Column 5

 

Travel tier

Climate Change Authority -                  Chair

52,740

1,024

 

2

Member

26,370

820

 

 

Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal (RSRT)

36,920

512

 

1

National Water Commission -                          

Chair

52,740

820

 

2

Commissioner

26,370

512

 

 

Clean Energy Regulator -                 Member

26,370

922

A2A-2

1

Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission Advisory Board

                                                            Chair

26,370

820

 

2

                                                       Member

10,550

512

 

 

Independent Assessor - Special Building Industry Powers

21,100

 

A2A-1

2

Woomera Prohibited Area Advisory Board (WPAAB) - Independent Chair

10,550

820

 

2

Australian Reinsurance Pool Corporation -                                                          Chair

20,480

1,024

 

1

Member

10,240

871

 

 

 

ADDITIONAL CLAUSES TO TABLE A2A

Unless otherwise specified, the rates in these clauses will apply from 1 July 2013.

A2A-1 Independent Assessor – Special Building Industry Powers: The base fee includes payment for the first 20 full days of work, in any given financial year, where a day is an aggregate of at least 7 hours, after which a daily fee of $844 per day of work would apply.

 

A2A–2 Clean Energy Regulator: A maximum cap of 15 daily meeting fees will be paid each calendar year.  Meeting fees are not payable for any meetings which exceed this 15 meeting fee cap.

 


 

SCHEDULE B – PROFESSIONAL COMMITTEES – HEALTH AND AGEING PORTFOLIO

 

B1.  The Offices in subclause B1.1 are defined as Professional Committees in the Health and Ageing Portfolio. As determined in Table A1A of Schedule A, the entitlements of these committees are as follows.

  • Chair  $922 per day
  • Member  $698 per day
  • Travel Tier 1

 

B1.1 Professional Committees

·         Advisory Committee for Biologicals

·         Advisory Committee on Chemicals Scheduling

·         Advisory Committee on Complementary Medicines

·         Advisory Committee on Medical Devices

·         Advisory Committee on Medicines Scheduling

·         Advisory Committee on Prescription Medicines

·         Advisory Committee on Non-Prescription Medicines

·         Advisory Committee on the Safety of Medical Devices

·         Advisory Committee on the Safety of Medicines

·         Advisory Committee on the Safety of Vaccines

·         Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care – Expert Committees

·         Australian Therapeutic Goods Advisory Committee

·         Independent Hospital Pricing Authority Clinical Advisory Committee

·         Medicare Participation Review Committees

·         National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Equality Council

·         National Pathology Accreditation Advisory Council

·         Pathology Services Table Committee

·         Pharmaceutical Services Committee of Inquiry

·         Therapeutic Goods Committee

 


SCHEDULE C – FEES AND ALLOWANCES FOR PRIMARY INDUSTRY AUTHORITIES

 

General provisions relating to the following table: 

·         The fees set out in Table C1A below are payable in accordance with the conditions of this Determination to the holders of the relevant office.

·         In Columns 2 and 3:

o  an “a” following the dollar amount signifies an Annual Fee applies;

o  a “d” following the dollar amount signifies a Daily Fee applies.

·         The additional clauses referred to in Column 4 are listed immediately following the Table.

 

Table C1A – Primary Industry Authorities – fees and travel tier.  (Rates are effective from 1 July 2013 unless otherwise specified.)

 

Column 1

 

Authority/Office

Column 2

 

Chair $

Column 3

 

Member $

Column 4

 

Additional clauses

Column 5

 

Travel Tier

Australian Fisheries Management Authority Commission

66,840

a

33,620

a

C1

1

Grains Research and Development Corporation

66,110

a

32,910

a

C2

1

Grape and Wine Research and Development Corporation

52,600

a

30,080

a

 

2

Wine Australia Corporation

52,600

a

29,940

a

 

2

Fisheries Research and Development Corporation

52,600

a

29,940

a

 

1

Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation

52,600

a

29,940

a

C3

1

Cotton Research and Development Corporation

41,490

a

21,240

a

 

2

Sugar Research and Development Corporation

41,490

a

21,240

a

C4

2

Fishing Industry Policy Council

36,680

 

 

 

 

2

Research and Development Corporations Selection Committees

848

d

 

 

 

1

Wine Australia Corporation Selection Committee

848

d

 

 

 

1

Fisheries Research and Development Corporation Selection Committees

848

d

 

 

 

1

Committees of Research and Development Corps

698

d

621

d

C5

2

Statutory Fishing Rights Allocation Review Panel

698

d

621

d

 

2

Management Advisory Committees, Australian Fisheries Management Authority

621

d

429

d

 

2


 

ADDITIONAL CLAUSES TO SCHEDULE C

Unless otherwise specified, the rates in these clauses will apply from 1 July 2013.

C1. Australian Fisheries Management Authority Commission: A member who is appointed as a Deputy Chair will receive $33,620 per annum.

 

C2. Grains Research and Development Corporation: The Chair of the Finance, Risk and Audit Committee will receive an additional annual fee of $15,060; whilst a member of the same committee will receive an additional annual fee of $7,527.

 

C3. Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation: The Chair of the Audit Committee will receive an additional annual fee of $9,111; whilst a member of the same Committee will receive an additional annual fee of $4,510.

 

C4. Sugar Research and Development Corporation: A Non-executive Director who sits on of the Audit Committee will receive an additional $9,019 per annum as Chair of the Committee or $4,510 per annum as Member of the Committee.

 

C5. Research & Development Corps: This entry refers to committees established under the Primary Industries and Energy Research and Development Act 1989.

 

 


SCHEDULE D – FEES AND ALLOWANCES FOR TORRES STRAIT REGIONAL AUTHORITY

 

General Provisions relating to the following table:

D1.  Fees:  The fees set out in Table D1A below are payable in accordance with this Determination to the holders of the relevant office.

D2.  Aggregated hours:  The office-holders specified in this Schedule shall be paid in accordance with the following conditions:

(a)     for formal meetings and/or business of the authority aggregating 6 hours or more on any one day – 100% of the daily fee;

(b)     for formal meetings and/or business of the authority aggregating 3 hours or more but less than 6 hours on any one day – 60% of the daily fee;

(c)      for formal meetings and/or business of the authority aggregating less than 3 hours on any one day – 40% of the daily fee; and

(d)     eligibility for each payment shall be certified by the chairperson or nominated presiding officer and in so certifying the chairperson may have regard to reasonable travelling time incurred by an office holder away from the metropolitan area of the capital city or the environs of the town in which the office holder lives.

 

Table D1A –Torres Strait Regional Authority – fees and travel tier.  (Rates are effective from 1 July 2013 unless otherwise specified).

 

Office

Daily fee

Travel Tier

 

Chair

Deputy Chair

Member

 

Torres Strait Regional Authority (TSRA)

-

$578

$429

2

TSRA – Member Advisory Committees

-

-

$429

2

 


SCHEDULE E – FEES AND ALLOWANCES FOR ABORIGINAL LAND COUNCILS

 

General Provisions relating to the following table:

·         Fees:  The fees set out in Table E1A below are payable in accordance with this Determination to the holders of the relevant office.

 

Table E1A – Holders of Public Offices in Aboriginal Land Councils. (Rates are effective from 1 July 2013 unless otherwise specified.)

 

 Office

Rate of Salary or Fee

Travel Tier

 

$

Frequency

NORTHERN LAND COUNCIL

 

 

 

Chairman

 

 

 

If engaged part-time on the functions and duties of the office

698

Daily, maximum one per day

2

Member

 

 

 

if engaged on general Council business

279

Daily, maximum one per day

2

if engaged on business of the executive

398

Daily, maximum one per day

2

CENTRAL LAND COUNCIL

 

 

 

Chairman

 

 

 

If engaged part-time on the functions and duties of the office

698

Daily, maximum one per day

2

Member

 

 

 

if engaged on general Council business

279

Daily, maximum one per day

2

if engaged on business of the executive

398

Daily, maximum one per day

2

TIWI LAND COUNCIL

 

 

 

Chairman

53,330

Annual fee

2

Deputy Chairman

30,080

Annual fee

2

Member, Management Committee

30,080

Annual fee

2

ANINDILYAKWA LAND COUNCIL

 

 

 

Chairman

If engaged part-time on the functions and duties of the office

613

Daily, maximum one per day

2

Member

279

Daily, maximum one per day

2

 


SCHEDULE F – SPECIFIED OFFICES – ANNUAL MEETING FEE AND ADDITIONAL DAILY FEES

General Provisions relating to the following table:

F1.         Application:  The office-holders specified in this Schedule shall be paid in accordance with the following clauses.  For the purposes of Clauses F3 to F4 ‘business of the authority’ as defined at Clause 1.4, also excludes travel associated with attendance at a formal meeting.

 

F2.         Annual meeting fee:  The annual meeting fee is an annual fee payable on a periodic basis throughout each year.  Part years are paid on a proportionate basis. The annual meeting fee covers all formal meetings, regardless of their duration, of the prescribed authority, including any preparation time and travel associated with the meetings.

 

F3.         Additional daily fee:  The additional daily fee specified in Table F1A is payable in respect of other business of the authority undertaken for periods of a full day, or more, of at least five hours on each day.  For this purpose business of the authority includes sub-committee work and reasonable travel where it is not associated with a formal meeting.

 

F.4         Aggregation of hours for additional daily fee:  An office-holder may also be paid an additional daily fee in respect of aggregates of periods of business       of the authority of less than five hours, subject to the following conditions:

      (a)   individual periods of business must be for a minimum of one hour;

      (b)  to attract payment of an additional daily fee, aggregated periods shall total at least five hours;

(c)   the maximum payment in respect of any one day shall be the additional daily  fee; and

      (d)   eligibility for each payment shall be certified by the chairperson.

F.5         Annual cap: Payment of the additional daily fee to an office-holder may be subject to an annual cap where specified in Column 4 of Table F1A. No additional daily fees are payable where the accumulated daily fee earnings of the individual office-holder during a financial year reach the cap specified in Column 4 of Table F1A. 

 

F.6       Additional clauses: The additional clauses referred to in Column 5, where applicable, are listed immediately following the Table.


 

Table F1A – Annual meeting fee and additional daily fee – fees and travel tier (Rates are effective from 1 July 2013 unless otherwise specified.)

 

Column 1

 

Office/Authority

Column 2

 

Annual meeting fee

$

Column 3

 

Additional daily fee

$

Column 4

 

Annual cap on additional daily fees

$        

Column 5

 

Additional clauses applying

Column 6

 

Travel tier

Independent Expert Scientific Committee (IESC) on Coal Seam Gas and Large Coal
Mining Development                      Chair

 

51,200

 

1,024

 

20,480

 

F1A-1

 

1

Member

35,840

717

14,340

F1A-1

1

Prostheses List Advisory Committee

                                                      Chair

 

35,840

 

922

 

 

 

1

Member

18,440

698

 

 

1

ADDITIONAL CLAUSES TO TABLE F1A

Unless otherwise specified, the rates in this clause will apply from 1 July 2013

F1A-1 IESC on Coal Seam Gas and Large Coal Mining Development:  The Chair will receive an additional establishment loading of $20,480 per annum until 15 November 2013.  Members will receive an additional establishment loading of $10,240 per annum until 15 November 2013.

 

 

 

 

Signed this 18th day of June 2013.

 

 

 

 

    

 

 

 

              

 

               Signed                       Signed

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

              Signed

 

 

 

 

                 

 

 

 

               Signed 

John C Conde AO

PRESIDENT

John B Prescott AC

MEMBER

Jillian Segal AM

MEMBER