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Determinations/Remuneration Tribunal as amended, taking into account amendments up to Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 2) 2019
This instrument supersedes and repeals Determination 2017/11: Remuneration and Allowances for Holders of Full-Time Public Office.
Administered by: Prime Minister and Cabinet
Registered 26 Apr 2019
Start Date 19 Apr 2019
End Date 13 Jun 2019
To be repealed 01 Jul 2019
Repealed by Remuneration Tribunal (Remuneration and Allowances for Holders of Full-time Public Office) Determination 2019
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Remuneration Tribunal (Remuneration and Allowances for Holders of Full‑time Public Office) Determination 2018

made under subsections 7(3) and (4) of the

Remuneration Tribunal Act 1973

Compilation No. 7

Compilation date:                              19 April 2019

Includes amendments up to:            F2019L00619

Registered:                                         26 April 2019

 

About this compilation

This compilation

This is a compilation of the Remuneration Tribunal (Remuneration and Allowances for Holders of Full-time Public Office) Determination 2018 that shows the text of the law as amended and in force on 19 April 2019 (the compilation date).

The notes at the end of this compilation (the endnotes) include information about amending laws and the amendment history of provisions of the compiled law.

Uncommenced amendments

The effect of uncommenced amendments is not shown in the text of the compiled law. Any uncommenced amendments affecting the law are accessible on the Legislation Register (www.legislation.gov.au). The details of amendments made up to, but not commenced at, the compilation date are underlined in the endnotes. For more information on any uncommenced amendments, see the series page on the Legislation Register for the compiled law.

Application, saving and transitional provisions for provisions and amendments

If the operation of a provision or amendment of the compiled law is affected by an application, saving or transitional provision that is not included in this compilation, details are included in the endnotes.

Editorial changes

For more information about any editorial changes made in this compilation, see the endnotes.

Modifications

If the compiled law is modified by another law, the compiled law operates as modified but the modification does not amend the text of the law. Accordingly, this compilation does not show the text of the compiled law as modified. For more information on any modifications, see the series page on the Legislation Register for the compiled law.

Self‑repealing provisions

If a provision of the compiled law has been repealed in accordance with a provision of the law, details are included in the endnotes.

  

  

  


Contents

Part 1—Preliminary                                                                                                                                        1

1............ Name............................................................................................................................. 1

2............ When this instrument takes effect.................................................................................. 1

3............ Authority....................................................................................................................... 1

4............ Determination supersedes previous determination......................................................... 1

6............ Definitions..................................................................................................................... 1

7............ Meaning of total remuneration..................................................................................... 1

8............ Remuneration and benefits not to be supplemented....................................................... 1

Part 2—Remuneration                                                                                                                                  1

9............ Total remuneration......................................................................................................... 1

10.......... Special provisions for certain offices............................................................................. 1

11.......... Part‑time work............................................................................................................... 1

12.......... Remuneration packaging............................................................................................... 1

Part 3—Superannuation                                                                                                                              1

13.......... Superannuation.............................................................................................................. 1

14.......... Superannuation salary for the purposes of CSS, PSS, DFRDB and MSBS................. 1

Part 4—Vehicles and business support                                                                                               1

15.......... Vehicles......................................................................................................................... 1

16.......... Vehicle parking............................................................................................................. 1

17.......... Business support........................................................................................................... 1

Part 5—Travel and accommodation assistance                                                                             1

18.......... Accommodation assistance............................................................................................ 1

19.......... Accommodation assistance—special provisions........................................................... 1

20.......... Accommodation in official residence............................................................................. 1

21.......... Reunion travel assistance............................................................................................... 1

Part 6—Application and transitional provisions                                                                           1

22.......... Application and transitional provisions—general.......................................................... 1

Endnotes                                                                                                                                                                 1

Endnote 1—About the endnotes                                                                                                        1

Endnote 2—Abbreviation key                                                                                                            1

Endnote 3—Legislation history                                                                                                         1

Endnote 4—Amendment history                                                                                                       1

 


Part 1Preliminary

  

1  Name

                   This instrument is the Remuneration Tribunal (Remuneration and Allowances for Holders of Full‑time Public Office) Determination 2018.

2  When this instrument takes effect

                   This instrument takes effect at the start of 1 July 2018.

Note:          For application and transitional provisions dealing with amendments of this instrument, see Part 6.

3  Authority

                   This instrument is made under subsections 7(3) and (4) of the Remuneration Tribunal Act 1973.

4  Determination supersedes previous determination

                   This instrument supersedes Determination 2017/11: Remuneration and Allowances for Holders of Full‑Time Public Office.

6  Definitions

                   In this instrument:

agency, of an office holder, means:

                     (a)  the agency to which the office holder is attached; or

                     (b)  if the office holder is not attached to an agency—the portfolio Department.

benefit means:

                     (a)  any non‑monetary benefit provided at the employing authority’s expense to or for the benefit of an office holder as a personal benefit, including:

                              (i)  a vehicle (see section 15); and

                             (ii)  vehicle parking (see section 16); and

                     (b)  any other benefit received by way of remuneration packaging (see section 12).

CSS (short for Commonwealth Superannuation Scheme) has the same meaning as in the Superannuation Act 1976.

DFRDB (short for Defence Force Retirement and Death Benefits) means the scheme established by the Defence Force Retirement and Death Benefits Act 1973.

employer superannuation contribution for an office holder means:

                     (a)  if the office holder is a member of the CSS, PSS, DFRDB or MSBS—the value attributed to the employer superannuation contribution under subsection 13(1), (2), (3) or (4); or

                     (b)  if the office holder is a member of the PSSAP—15.4% of ordinary time earnings (within the meaning of the Superannuation Guarantee (Administration) Act 1992) for the office holder; or

                     (c)  if the office holder is a member of another superannuation fund—the amount worked out under subsection 13(6).

Note 1:       An office holder’s employer superannuation contribution is part of the office holder’s total remuneration (see section 7).

Note 2:       Superannuation contributions made as a result of remuneration packaging do not form part of an office holder’s employer superannuation contribution (see section 12).

employing authority, in relation to an office holder, means an entity exercising a power or performing a function in relation to the office holder’s employment or remuneration.

fringe benefits tax means fringe benefits tax (within the meaning of the Fringe Benefits Tax Assessment Act 1986 as it applies of its own force or because of the Fringe Benefits Tax (Application to the Commonwealth) Act 1986).

MSBS (short for Military Superannuation and Benefits Scheme) has the same meaning as Scheme has in the Military Superannuation and Benefits Act 1991.

office holder means a person who holds an office in column 1 of Table 9A.

office locality, in relation to an office holder, means the geographic locality of the office holder’s usual place of work on official business.

official business, in relation to an office holder, means business pertaining to or required by the duties of the office holder’s office.

official travel determination means the Remuneration Tribunal (Official Travel) Determination 2018 (or any determination that supersedes that determination).

PSS (short for Public Sector Superannuation Scheme) has the same meaning as Public Sector Superannuation Scheme has in the Superannuation Act 1990.

PSSAP (short for Public Sector Superannuation Accumulation Plan) has the same meaning as in the Superannuation Act 2005.

superannuation salary, for an office holder who is a member of the CSS, PSS, DFRDB or MSBS, is the amount worked out under section 14.

Table 9A means the table of total remuneration in section 9.

Table 10A means the table of special provisions for certain offices in section 10.

Table 14A means the table of superannuation salaries in subsection 14(1).

Table 14B means the table of superannuation salaries for specified office holders in subsection 14(2).

Table 18A means the table of accommodation allowances in subsection 18(6).

Table 21A means the table of reunion fares allowances in subsection 21(4).

Table 22A means the table of application and transitional provisions in section 22.

total remuneration: see section 7.

7  Meaning of total remuneration

             (1)  For the purposes of this instrument, the total remuneration of an office holder is the amount, per year, in column 2 of Table 9A.

             (2)  The total remuneration of an office holder represents the value, calculated at the total cost to the employing authority of the office holder (including fringe benefits tax), of the following in relation to the office holder:

                     (a)  salary, allowances and lump sum payments;

                     (b)  benefits;

                     (c)  the employer superannuation contribution.

             (3)  However, the total remuneration of an office holder does not include the following:

                     (a)  the value of facilities provided as business support that are not required to be included in total remuneration under section 17;

                     (b)  assistance paid in accordance with Part 5;

                     (c)  reimbursement of expenses incurred on geographic relocation following appointment as an office holder, in accordance with agency policies and practices where approved by the employing authority;

                     (d)  travel expenses and allowances under the official travel determination;

                     (e)  payment in lieu of recreation leave in accordance with the Remuneration Tribunal (Recreation Leave for Holders of Relevant Offices) Determination 2018 (or any determination that supersedes that determination);

                      (f)  compensation for early loss of office in accordance with the Remuneration Tribunal (Compensation for Loss of Office for Holders of Certain Public Offices) Determination 2018 (or any determination that supersedes that determination).

8  Remuneration and benefits not to be supplemented

                   The remuneration and benefits provided for in this instrument must not be supplemented.

Part 2Remuneration

  

9  Total remuneration

                   The following table (Table 9A) sets out, for the holder of each office in column 1:

                     (a)  the total remuneration, per year, of the office holder; and

                     (b)  the special provisions of this instrument that apply to the office holder (if any); and

                     (c)  the travel tier that applies to the office holder for the purposes of the official travel determination.

 

Table 9A—Total remuneration

Column 1

Office

Column 2

Total remuneration (per year)

Column 3

Special provisions

Column 4

Travel tier

 

Chair, Australian Prudential Regulation Authority

$869,360

 

1

Solicitor‑General

$760,690

Table 10A, item 1

1

Chairperson, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission

$760,690

Table 10A, item 18

1

Chairperson, Australian Securities and Investments Commission

$760,690

 

1

Australian Public Service Commissioner

$706,350

 

1

Australian Federal Police Commissioner

$706,350

 

1

Director‑General, Office of National Assessments

$706,350

 

1

Deputy Chair, Australian Prudential Regulation Authority

$695,480

 

1

Member, Australian Prudential Regulation Authority

$652,020

 

1

Director‑General of Security, Australian Security Intelligence Organisation

$652,020

 

1

Director‑General, Australian Signals Directorate

$652,020

Table 22A, item 1

1

Australian Border Force Commissioner

$630,280

 

1

Deputy Chairperson, Australian Securities and Investments Commission

$608,550

 

1

Chair, Productivity Commission

$597,680

 

1

Vice Chief of the Defence Force

$597,680

 

1

Chief of Navy

$570,520

 

1

Chief of Army

$570,520

 

1

Chief of Air Force

$570,520

 

1

Deputy Chairperson, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission

$570,520

Table 10A, item 18

1

Vice President, Fair Work Commission

$570,520

 

1

Chief Executive Officer, Australian Digital Health Agency

$543,350

 

1

Australian Electoral Commissioner

$543,350

 

1

Chair, Australian Energy Regulator

$543,350

 

1

Chair/Chief Executive Officer, Clean Energy Regulator

$543,350

 

1

Chair, Australian Communications and Media Authority

$543,350

 

1

Chief Executive Officer, Digital Transformation Agency

$543,350

 

1

Chief Executive Officer, Austrade

$543,350

 

1

Chief Executive Officer, National Disability Insurance Scheme Launch Transition Agency

$543,350

Table 10A, item 3

2

Director of Public Prosecutions

$543,350

 

1

Member, Australian Securities and Investments Commission

$543,350

 

1

Chief Executive Officer, Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission

$543,350

Table 22A, item 4

1

Member, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission

$543,350

Table 10A, item 18 and Table 22A, item 7

1

First Parliamentary Counsel

$543,350

Table 22A, item 20

1

Chief Executive Officer, National Health and Medical Research Council

$516,190

 

1

Chief Executive, Australian Financial Security Authority

$489,020

 

2

Chief Executive Officer, Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre

$489,020

 

2

Chief Scientist

$489,020

 

1

Director, Bureau of Meteorology

$489,020

 

2

Chief Executive Officer, National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation

$489,020

Table 22A, item 2

2

Deputy President, Fair Work Commission

$461,850

 

1

Information Commissioner

$461,850

 

1

Chief Executive Officer, Independent Hospital Pricing Authority

$461,850

 

1

Commonwealth Ombudsman

$461,850

 

1

Examiner, Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission

$461,850

 

1

Inspector‑General of Intelligence and Security

$461,850

 

1

Integrity Commissioner, Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity

$461,850

 

1

National Disability Insurance Scheme Quality and Safeguards Commissioner

$461,850

Table 10A, item 4

2

Aged Care Quality and Safety Commissioner

$434,690

Table 22A, item 10

2

Australian Building and Construction Commissioner

$434,690

 

2

Chief Commissioner, Australian Transport Safety Bureau

$434,690

 

1

Chief Executive Officer, Cancer Australia

$434,690

Table 22A, item 11

2

Chief Executive Officer, National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority

$434,690

 

2

Chief Executive Officer, Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care

$434,690

 

1

Chief Executive Officer, Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority

$434,690

Table 10A, item 20 and Table 22A, item 19

2

Chief Executive, Murray‑Darling Basin Authority

$434,690

 

1

Deputy Chair, Productivity Commission

$434,690

 

1

Fair Work Ombudsman

$434,690

 

1

Inspector‑General of Taxation

$434,690

 

1

President, Australian Human Rights Commission

$434,690

Table 10A, item 5

1

Parliamentary Budget Officer

$434,690

 

2

Chief Executive Officer, North Queensland Livestock Industry Recovery Agency

$434,690

Table 10A, item 21 and Table 22A, item 21

1

Second Parliamentary Counsel

$434,690

Table 22A, item 20

2

Chair, Australian Accounting Standards Board

$407,520

 

1

Inspector‑General Australian Defence Force

$407,520

 

2

Chief Commissioner & Chief Executive Officer, Australian Skills Quality Authority

$407,520

 

2

Chief Executive Officer, Australian Fisheries Management Authority

$407,520

 

1

Chief Executive Officer, Safe Work Australia

$407,520

 

2

General Manager, Fair Work Commission

$407,520

 

1

Chief Executive Officer, Comcare

$407,520

Table 10A, item 23 and Table 22A, item 23

2

Member, Australian Energy Regulator

$407,520

 

1

Deputy Chair, Australian Communications and Media Authority

$407,520

 

1

Chief Executive Officer, Innovation and Science Australia

$407,520

Table 10A, item 6

1

Chair, Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee

$407,520

 

1

Chair, Auditing and Assurance Standards Board

$380,350

 

1

Director of Military Prosecutions

$380,350

 

2

Commissioner, Fair Work Commission

$380,350

 

1

Associate Director of Public Prosecutions

$380,350

 

1

Chief Executive Officer, Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority

$380,350

 

2

Chief Executive Officer, Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency

$380,350

 

1

Director, Australian Institute of Criminology

$380,350

 

1

Director, Professional Services Review

$380,350

 

1

Director‑General, National Archives of Australia

$380,350

 

2

General Manager, National Blood Authority

$380,350

 

2

Freedom of Information Commissioner

$380,350

 

2

Chief Executive Officer, Infrastructure and Project Financing Agency

$380,350

Table 10A, item 7

1

Privacy Commissioner

$380,350

 

2

Chief Executive Officer, Australian Renewable Energy Agency

$380,350

 

2

Chief Executive Officer, Infrastructure Australia

$380,350

 

1

Chief Executive Officer, Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility

$380,350

Table 10A, item 9

1

Commissioner, Productivity Commission

$380,350

 

2

Registered Organisations Commissioner

$380,350

 

2

Member, Australian Communications and Media Authority

$353,180

 

1

Deputy Chief Commissioner, Australian Skills Quality Authority

$353,180

 

2

Chief Executive Officer, Climate Change Authority

$353,180

 

2

Director, Old Parliament House

$353,180

 

2

Chief Executive Officer, National Mental Health Commission

$353,180

 

2

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner

$353,180

 

2

Age Discrimination Commissioner

$353,180

 

2

Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman

$353,180

 

2

e‑Safety Commissioner

$353,180

 

2

Principal Member, Veterans’ Review Board

$353,180

 

1

Chief Executive Officer, National Transport Commission

$353,180

 

1

Chief Executive Officer, Australian National Preventative Health Agency

$353,180

 

2

Chief Executive Officer, Australian Sports Anti‑Doping Authority

$353,180

 

2

Chief Executive Officer, Independent Parliamentary Expenses Authority

$353,180

 

2

Disability Discrimination Commissioner

$353,180

 

2

Human Rights Commissioner

$353,180

 

2

National Children’s Commissioner

$353,180

 

2

Official Secretary to the Governor‑General

$353,180

 

2

Race Discrimination Commissioner

$353,180

 

2

Sex Discrimination Commissioner

$353,180

 

2

Chief Executive Officer, Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency

$353,180

Table 10A, item 10

2

Australian Skills Quality Authority Commissioner

$353,180

 

2

Chief Executive Officer, Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority

$353,180

Table 22A, item 8

2

Director of National Parks

$353,180

Table 22A, item 14

2

Deputy President, Repatriation Commission

$353,180

Table 22A, item 20

1

Chief Executive Officer, Australian Organ and Tissue Donation and Transplantation Authority

$326,020

 

2

Administrator of the Northern Territory

$326,020

 

1

Chief Executive Officer, Aboriginal Hostels Limited

$326,020

 

2

Chief Executive, National Capital Authority

$326,020

Table 10A, item 11

2

Deputy Commonwealth Ombudsman

$326,020

 

2

Deputy Electoral Commissioner

$326,020

 

2

Director, National Industrial Chemicals Notification and Assessment Scheme

$326,020

 

2

Gene Technology Regulator

$326,020

 

2

National Rural Health Commissioner

$326,020

 

2

Administrator of the National Health Funding Pool

$326,020

 

2

Commissioner, Australian Charities and Not‑for‑profits Commission

$326,020

 

2

Administrator, Christmas and Cocos (Keeling) Islands

$298,850

Table 10A, item 19

2

Administrator of Norfolk Island

$298,850

 

2

Administrator, Torres Strait Regional Authority

$298,850

 

2

Chairperson, Superannuation Complaints Tribunal

$298,850

 

2

Chairperson, Torres Strait Regional Authority

$298,850

 

2

Deputy Australian Building and Construction Commissioner

$298,850

 

2

Deputy Chair, Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee

$298,850

 

1

Director General, Australian Safeguards and Non‑Proliferation Office

$298,850

 

2

Aged Care Pricing Commissioner

$298,850

 

2

Chief Executive Officer, Asbestos Safety and Eradication Agency

$298,850

 

2

Registrar of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Corporations

$298,850

 

2

Commissioner, Repatriation Commission

$298,850

Table 10A, item 22 and Table 22A, item 20

2

Australian Electoral Officer for New South Wales

$271,680

 

2

Australian Electoral Officer for Victoria

$271,680

 

2

Merit Protection Commissioner

$271,680

 

2

Chief Executive Officer, National Health Funding Body

$271,680

 

2

Executive Director of Township Leasing

$271,680

 

2

Director, Office of Australian War Graves

$271,680

Table 22A, item 20

2

Deputy Chairperson, Superannuation Complaints Tribunal

$244,520

 

2

Australian Electoral Officer for Queensland

$244,520

Table 10A, item 14

2

Director, Classification Board

$244,520

Table 10A, item 15

2

Student Identifiers Registrar

$244,520

 

2

Senior Member, Veterans’ Review Board

$244,520

 

2

Director, Tuition Protection Service

$244,520

Table 10A, item 16

2

Associate Commissioner, Productivity Commission

$244,520

Table 22A, item 22

2

Australian Electoral Officer for Western Australia

$217,350

 

2

Chair (full‑time), Central Land Council

$217,350

 

2

Chair (full‑time), Northern Land Council

$217,350

 

2

AAT (former member, Migration Review Tribunal (MRT))

$217,350

Table 10A, item 12

2

AAT (former member, Refugee Review Tribunal (RRT))

$217,350

Table 10A, item 12

2

Australian Electoral Officer for South Australia

$211,690

 

2

Australian Electoral Officer for Northern Territory

$198,950

 

2

Australian Electoral Officer for Tasmania

$194,390

 

2

Deputy Director, Classification Board

$190,180

Table 10A, item 15

2

Chair (full‑time), Anindilyakwa Land Council

$190,180

 

2

Classifier, Classification Board

$135,850

Table 10A, item 17

3

 

10  Special provisions for certain offices

                   The provisions in column 2 of the following table (Table 10A) apply to the holders of the offices in column 1.

 

Table 10A—Special provisions for certain offices

Item

Column 1

Office

Column 2

Special provision

1

Solicitor‑General

While Dr Stephen Donaghue QC does not establish his principal place of residence in Canberra, he will be paid an annualised amount of $34,500 per year instead of the daily amounts of travel allowance set out in clauses 3.5 to 3.9 of the official travel determination that would otherwise be payable for travel to Canberra, effective from 2 April 2017.

3

Chief Executive Officer, National Disability Insurance Scheme Launch Transition Agency

Total remuneration for Mr Roberto De Luca is $709,920 per year for the initial term of his appointment, until 27 August 2020.

4

National Disability Insurance Scheme Quality and Safeguards Commissioner

Total remuneration for Mr Graeme Head is $530,400 per year for the initial term of his appointment, until 30 June 2021.

5

President, Australian Human Rights Commission

Total remuneration for Emeritus Professor Rosalind Croucher is $454,610 per year for the initial term of her appointment, until 29 July 2024.

6

Chief Executive Officer, Innovation and Science Australia

Dr Charlie Day will receive an additional fixed loading of $50,000 per year, until 25 November 2019.

7

Chief Executive Officer, Infrastructure and Project Financing Agency

Ms Leilani Frew will receive an additional fixed loading of $75,000 for the term of her appointment, until 9 December 2022.

9

Chief Executive Officer, Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility

Total remuneration for the Chief Executive Officer is $427,170 per year until 30 June 2021, during the financial assistance phase prescribed in section 8 of the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility Act 2016.

10

Chief Executive Officer, Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency

Total remuneration for Mr Anthony McClaran is $407,520 per year for the initial term of his appointment, until 9 October 2020.

11

Chief Executive, National Capital Authority

Ms Sally Barnes will receive an additional fixed loading of $55,380 for the initial term of her appointment, until 10 February 2023.

12

Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) (former member, MRT), and AAT (former member, RRT)

This instrument applies to a full‑time office holder of the AAT who is a former member of the MRT or the RRT and is covered by item 5 of Schedule 9 to the Tribunals Amalgamation Act 2015 (i.e. for the remaining balance of the former member’s term of appointment that commenced before 1 July 2015).

14

Australian Electoral Officer for Queensland

Total remuneration for Mr Thomas Ryan is $277,790 per year for the initial term of his appointment, until 2 September 2020.

15

Director, Classification Board and Deputy Director, Classification Board

On any occasion when the Deputy Director acts as Director, the Deputy Director is entitled to the remuneration and other conditions determined for the Director.

16

Director, Tuition Protection Service

Total remuneration for Mr Vipan Mahajan is $271,768 per year.

17

Temporary Classifier

If a person is appointed to the Classification Board as a Temporary Classifier, a daily fee of $564 is payable to the person, in lieu of other provisions in this Part. The conditions for payment of the daily fee are as set out in Part 4 of the Remuneration Tribunal (Remuneration and Allowances for Holders of Part‑time Public Office) Determination 2018.

The following do not apply to the person:

(a) Part 5 of this instrument;

(b) the Remuneration Tribunal (Recreation Leave for Holders of Relevant Offices) Determination 2018;

(c) the Remuneration Tribunal (Compensation for Loss of Office for Holders of Certain Public Offices) Determination 2018.

18

Chairperson, Deputy Chairperson and Member of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC)

Despite the official travel determination, the ACCC may put in place arrangements for Members’ travel to Canberra that are more cost effective than the travel entitlements they are otherwise entitled to under this determination.

19

Administrator, Christmas and Cocos (Keeling) Islands

Despite the official travel determination, the Administrator and any immediate family members normally resident with the Administrator on Christmas Island are entitled to 2 return economy class fares per year each between their home and work base.

20

Chief Executive Officer, Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority

Total remuneration for Mr David de Carvalho is $441,263 per year for the term of his appointment until 3 March 2022.

21

Chief Executive Officer, North Queensland Livestock Industry Recovery Agency

The Hon Shane Stone will receive an additional fixed loading of $100,000 per year for the term of his appointment until 29 February 2024.

22

Commissioner, Repatriation Commission

Total remuneration for Major‑General Mark Kelly is $302,288 per year for the term of his appointment until 30 June 2019.

23

Chief Executive Officer, Comcare

Total remuneration for Ms Sue Weston is $443,759 per year for the term of her appointment until 7 April 2024.

 

11  Part‑time work

             (1)  If an office holder’s employing authority has approved the office holder to perform the duties of the office on a part‑time basis, the total remuneration for that office is to be paid on a pro rata basis in accordance with the proportion of full‑time hours worked.

             (2)  However, if the proposed hours are less than 60% of the full‑time hours, prior agreement of the Tribunal is required for the level of remuneration.

12  Remuneration packaging

             (1)  Subject to this Part, an office holder may elect to receive the benefit of the total remuneration, other than the employer superannuation contribution, as salary or a combination of salary and benefits if:

                     (a)  the election is consistent with relevant taxation laws and rulings or guidelines applicable to salary packaging schemes issued by the Australian Taxation Office; and

                     (b)  providing the benefit would not result in a cost to the employing authority (including any fringe benefits tax) that would not be incurred if the office holder received the remuneration in the form of salary.

             (2)  To avoid doubt, a superannuation contribution made as a result of an election by an office holder under subsection (1) does not form part of the employer superannuation contribution for the office holder.

Part 3Superannuation

  

13  Superannuation

Commonwealth Superannuation Scheme

             (1)  For an office holder who is a member of the CSS:

                     (a)  the office holder’s annual rate of salary for the purposes of the CSS is the office holder’s superannuation salary; and

                     (b)  for the purposes of paragraph (a) of the definition of employer superannuation contribution in section 6, the value attributed to the employer superannuation contribution for the office holder is an amount equal to 15.4% of the office holder’s superannuation salary.

Note:          For the superannuation salary for an office holder who is a member of the CSS, see section 14.

Public Sector Superannuation Scheme

             (2)  For an office holder who is a member of the PSS:

                     (a)  the office holder’s basic salary for the purposes of the PSS is the office holder’s superannuation salary; and

                     (b)  the amount of the office holder’s recognised allowances for the purposes of the PSS is nil; and

                     (c)  for the purposes of paragraph (a) of the definition of employer superannuation contribution in section 6, the value attributed to the employer superannuation contribution for the office holder is an amount equal to 15.4% of the office holder’s superannuation salary.

Note:          For the superannuation salary for an office holder who is a member of the PSS, see section 14.

Defence Force Retirement and Death Benefits

             (3)  For an office holder who is a member of the DFRDB:

                     (a)  the office holder’s annual rate of salary for the purposes of the DFRDB is the office holder’s superannuation salary; and

                     (b)  for the purposes of paragraph (a) of the definition of employer superannuation contribution in section 6, the value attributed to the employer superannuation contribution for the office holder is an amount equal to 15.4% of the office holder’s superannuation salary.

Note:          For the superannuation salary for an office holder who is a member of the DFRDB, see section 14.

Military Superannuation and Benefits Scheme

             (4)  For an office holder who is a member of the MSBS:

                     (a)  the office holder’s annual rate of salary for the purposes of the MSBS is the office holder’s superannuation salary; and

                     (b)  for the purposes of paragraph (a) of the definition of employer superannuation contribution in section 6, the value attributed to the employer superannuation contribution for the office holder is an amount equal to 15.4% of the office holder’s superannuation salary.

Note:          For the superannuation salary for an office holder who is a member of the MSBS, see section 14.

Public Sector Superannuation Accumulation Plan

             (5)  For an office holder who is a member of PSSAP, the office holder’s superannuation salary for the purposes of the Superannuation (PSSAP) Trust Deed is the office holder’s ordinary time earnings (within the meaning of the Superannuation Guarantee (Administration) Act 1992).

Other superannuation funds

             (6)  For an office holder who is a member of any other superannuation fund, the employer superannuation contribution is the minimum contribution that would, under section 23 of the Superannuation Guarantee (Administration) Act 1992, reduce the charge percentage for that office holder to nil.

No cash in lieu

             (7)  The value attributed to the employer superannuation contribution under this section is referable to a non‑salary component of total remuneration and may not be the subject of an election to take an equivalent amount of salary instead.

14  Superannuation salary for the purposes of CSS, PSS, DFRDB and MSBS

             (1)  Subject to subsection (2), the superannuation salary for an office holder who is a member of the CSS, PSS, DFRDB or MSBS is worked out in accordance with the following table (Table 14A).

 

Table 14A—Superannuation salary—general

Item

If the office holder’s total remuneration is …

the office holder’s superannuation salary is …

1

$434,690 or more

70% of the office holder’s total remuneration (rounded up to the nearest $10).

2

less than $434,690

73% of the office holder’s total remuneration (rounded up to the nearest $10).

 

             (2)  If an office or an office holder is specified in column 1 of the following table (Table 14B), the amount in column 2 is the superannuation salary for a holder of that office, or for that office holder.

 

Table 14B—Superannuation salary for specified office holders

Item

Column 1

Office or office holder

Column 2

Superannuation salary

1

Mr Duncan Lewis, Director‑General of Security, Australian Security Intelligence Organisation

$514,810

2

Mr Nick Warner, Director‑General, Office of National Assessments

$511,380

2A

Mr Michael Burgess, Director‑General, Australian Signals Directorate

$464,464

3

Director of Public Prosecutions

$385,780

3AA

Ms Sue Weston, Chief Executive Officer, Comcare (see Table 22A, item 23)

$384,540

3A

Ms Sandra Parker, Fair Work Ombudsman (see Table 22A, item 3)

$361,425

5

Mr Michael Manthorpe, Commonwealth Ombudsman

$350,210

6

Mr Phillip Glyde, Chief Executive Officer, Murray‑Darling Basin Authority

$349,250

7

Deputy President, Fair Work Commission

$341,770

7AA

Mr David de Carvalho, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (see Table 22A, item 19)

$308,885

7A

Dr James Findlay, Director of National Parks (see Table 22A, item 15)

$297,490

8

Mr David Fricker, Director‑General, National Archives of Australia

$293,520

9

Director of Military Prosecutions

$285,270

10

Administrator of the Northern Territory

$241,260

10A

Ms Justine Ross, Chief Executive Officer, Asbestos Safety and Eradication Agency (see Table 22A, item 16)

$222,776

11

Mr Vipan Mahajan, Director, Tuition Protection Service

$201,110

12

Deputy Director, Classification Board

$163,560

13

Classifier, Classification Board

$116,840

 

Part 4Vehicles and business support

  

15  Vehicles

             (1)  If an office holder:

                     (a)  accepts an offer of a vehicle owned or leased by the office holder’s agency for private use; or

                     (b)  has access to a vehicle owned or leased by the office holder’s agency for private use;

the actual cost of the vehicle to the agency (including fringe benefits tax), less a reasonable amount (if any) reflecting business usage patterns, is taken to be a benefit.

             (2)  For the purposes of subsection (1):

                     (a)  if the annual business kilometres are less than 5,000—the business usage amount is to be based on the “cents per kilometre” method; or

                     (b)  if the annual business kilometres are 5,000 or more:

                              (i)  any business usage amount is to be assessed on log book records for at least a 12 week representative period; and

                             (ii)  the percentage of business use to total kilometres travelled per year is to be applied to the total cost of the vehicle.

16  Vehicle parking

                   If an office holder accepts an offer of a car park at Commonwealth expense, the actual cost (including fringe benefits tax) of the car park to the agency is taken to be a benefit.

17  Business support

                   If an office holder is provided with communications, information technology or other office facilities necessary for the efficient conduct of the office holder’s office, incidental private use of those facilities does not require the value of the facilities to be included in total remuneration.

Part 5Travel and accommodation assistance

  

18  Accommodation assistance

             (1)  An office holder in column 1 of Table 18A is eligible to be reimbursed for qualifying accommodation costs while the office holder:

                     (a)  occupies the office in column 2; and

                     (b)  has a principal place of residence in a locality (the PPR locality) other than the office locality.

Commercial accommodation

             (2)  For the purposes of subsection (1), if the office holder is in commercial accommodation in the office locality, the following are qualifying accommodation costs up to the amount (per year) in column 3 of Table 18A:

                     (a)  the costs of the commercial accommodation;

                     (b)  settling‑in costs (including one‑off utility connection costs);

                     (c)  if the commercial accommodation does not include cooking facilities—the cost of meals.

Private, non‑commercial accommodation

             (3)  For the purposes of subsection (1), if the office holder is in private, non‑commercial accommodation (such as the home of a family member or friend) in the office locality, the costs of the private, non‑commercial accommodation are qualifying accommodation costs up to one third of the amount (per year) in column 3 of Table 18A.

Exclusions

             (4)  Assistance is not payable under this section while the office holder lives in premises owned by the office holder in the office locality.

             (5)  An office holder is not eligible to access travel allowance entitlements under the official travel determination in the PPR locality or the office locality while the office holder remains eligible to receive assistance under this section.

Amounts of accommodation assistance

             (6)  Amounts of accommodation assistance are set out in the following table (Table 18A).

 

Table 18A—Accommodation assistance

Item

Column 1

Office holder

Column 2

Office

Column 3

Assistance (per year)

1

Ms June Oscar

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner

$40,000

3

Ms Kate Jenkins

Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Australian Human Rights Commission

$40,000

3A

Mr Chin Tan

Race Discrimination Commissioner, Australian Human Rights Commission (until 7 October 2023. See also Table 22A, item 24)

$40,000

4

Mr Michael Griffin

Integrity Commissioner, Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity

$34,500

4A

Dr Irene Ioannakis

Commissioner, Australian Skills Quality Authority (until 10 September 2022. See also Table 22A, item 5)

$34,500

6

Dr Charlie Day

Chief Executive Officer, Innovation and Science Australia

$34,500

7

Dr Alan Finkel

Chief Scientist

$34,500

8

The Hon Margaret Stone

Inspector‑General of Intelligence and Security

$34,500

9

Mr Mark Bielecki

Registered Organisations Commissioner

$34,500

10

Mr Tony Usher

Chief Executive Officer, Aboriginal Hostels Limited

$34,500

11

Dr Chris Parker

Chief Executive Officer, Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (until 31 December 2019)

$32,000

12

Mr Robert Fitzgerald

Commissioner, Productivity Commission

$22,000

 

19  Accommodation assistance—special provisions

Member of the Classification Board

             (1)  Subject to individual qualification for this allowance, to be decided by the employing authority in accordance with agency guidelines, a member of the Classification Board who has, or had, to relocate to Sydney to take up the appointment is to be paid an accommodation allowance of $13,500 per year. This allowance does not represent salary for superannuation.

Defence chiefs

             (2)  The employing authority may approve housing assistance in accordance with agency policy and practices for the Vice‑Chief of the Defence Force, the Chief of Navy, the Chief of Air Force, the Chief of Army and the Director of Military Prosecutions.

20  Accommodation in official residence

                   If an office requires the office holder to reside in an official residence, the office holder’s total remuneration does not include the value of accommodation in the residence or the running costs of the residence.

21  Reunion travel assistance

             (1)  An office holder in column 1 of Table 21A may receive travel costs of up to the amount (per year) in column 3 for travel back to the locality of the office holder’s principal place of residence (the PPR locality) for the purpose of family reunion, while the office holder occupies the office in column 2.

             (2)  If the office holder certifies that the workload and responsibilities of the office prevent the office holder from travelling to the PPR locality for reunion purposes, the costs of reunion travel by the office holder’s partner, or a child or children of the office holder or of the office holder’s partner, who resides at the office holder’s principal place of residence, can be funded. Funding paid in accordance with this subsection counts towards the limit in subsection (1).

             (3)  Travel by a person other than the office holder funded in accordance with subsection (2) must be at economy class, and only for direct travel between the PPR locality and the office locality.

             (4)  Amounts of reunion travel assistance are set out in the following table (Table 21A).

 

Table 21A—Reunion travel assistance

Item

Column 1

Office holder

Column 2

Office

Column 3

Assistance (per year)

1

Ms Natasha Griggs

Administrator of Christmas and Cocos (Keeling) Islands

$41,840

2

Mr Eric Hutchinson

Administrator of Norfolk Island

$41,400

2A

Dr Irene Ioannakis

Commissioner, Australian Skills Quality Authority (until 10 September 2022. See also Table 22A, item 6)

$30,240

3

Ms June Oscar

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner

$27,000

4

Mr Tony Usher

Chief Executive Officer, Aboriginal Hostels Limited

$25,224

5

Dr Stephen Donoghue QC

Solicitor‑General (see Table 22A, item 25)

$20,880

6

Dr Charlie Day

Chief Executive Officer, Innovation and Science Australia

$18,500

7

Ms Kate Jenkins

Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Australian Human Rights Commission

$18,500

7A

Mr Chin Tan

Race Discrimination Commissioner, Australian Human Rights Commission (until 7 October 2023. See also Table 22A, item 24)

$18,500

8

Mr Mark Bielecki

Registered Organisations Commissioner

$16,824

9

The Hon Margaret Stone

Inspector‑General of Intelligence and Security

$14,376

10

Mr Michael Griffin

Integrity Commissioner, Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity

$13,896

12

Mr Tim Kelsey

Chief Executive Officer, Australian Digital Health Agency

$10,000

13

Mr Robert Fitzgerald

Commissioner, Productivity Commission

$9,950

 

Part 6Application and transitional provisions

  

22  Application and transitional provisions—general

                   The following table (Table 22A) sets out application and transitional provisions for the provisions in column 1:

 

Table 22A—Application and transitional provisions

Item

Column 1

Provision

Column 2

Application and transitional provisions

1

Table 9A, item dealing with Director‑General, Australian Signals Directorate

This item applies on and after 1 July 2018 (see the Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 1) 2018).

2

Table 9A, item dealing with Chief Executive Officer, National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation

This item applies on and after 19 July 2018 (see the Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 1) 2018).

3

Table 14B, item 3A (Ms Sandra Parker, Fair Work Ombudsman)

This item applies on and after 15 July 2018 (see the Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 1) 2018).

4

Table 9A, item dealing with Chief Executive Officer, Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission

This item applies on and after 9 July 2018 (see the Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 2) 2018).

5

Table 18A, item 4A (Dr Irene Ioannakis, Commissioner, Australian Skills Quality Authority)

This item applies on and after 3 August 2018 (see the Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 2) 2018).

6

Table 21A, item 2A (Dr Irene Ioannakis, Commissioner, Australian Skills Quality Authority)

This item applies on and after 3 August 2018 (see the Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 2) 2018).

7

Table 9A, item dealing with Member, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission

The amendment of this item (including the repeal of the previous item dealing with a Member of the Commission) made by the Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 3) 2018 applies on and after 22 October 2018.

8

Table 9A, item dealing with Chief Executive Officer, Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority

This item applies on and after 29 October 2018 (see the Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 3) 2018).

9

Table 9A, item dealing with Director of National Parks

This item applies on and after 29 October 2018 (see the Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 3) 2018).

10

Table 9A, item dealing with Aged Care Quality and Safety Commissioner

This item, as inserted by the Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 4) 2018, applies on and after 1 January 2019.

11

Table 9A, item dealing with Chief Executive Officer, Cancer Australia

This item, as inserted by the Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 4) 2018, applies on and after 5 December 2018.

12

Table 9A, item dealing with Chief Executive Officer, Australian Aged Care Quality Agency

The repeal of this item by the Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 4) 2018 applies on and after 1 January 2019.

13

Table 9A, item dealing with Aged Care Complaints Commissioner

The repeal of this item by the Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 4) 2018 applies on and after 1 January 2019.

14

Table 9A, item dealing with Director of National Parks

The amendment of this item (including the repeal of the previous item dealing with the Director of National Parks) made by the Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 4) 2018 applies on and after 26 November 2018.

15

Table 14B, item 7A (Dr James Findlay, Director of National Parks)

This item, as inserted by the Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 4) 2018, applies on and after 26 November 2018.

16

Table 14B, item 10A (Ms Justine Ross, Chief Executive Officer, Asbestos Safety and Eradication Agency)

This item, as inserted by the Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 4) 2018, applies on and after the commencement of Part 2 of Schedule 1 to that instrument.

17

Table 18A, item 2 and Table 21A, item 11 (Mr Nick Ryan, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Aged Care Quality Agency)

The repeal of these items by the Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 4) 2018 applies on and after 1 January 2019.

18

The following items:

(a) Table 9A, item dealing with Chair, Tax Practitioners Board;

(b) Table 9A, item dealing with Member, Tax Practitioners Board

The repeal of these items by the Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 1) 2019 applies on and after 11 February 2019.

19

The following items:

(a) Table 9A, item dealing with Chief Executive Officer, Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority;

(b) Table 10A, item 20;

(c) Table 14B, item 7AA

These items, as amended or inserted by the Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 1) 2019, apply on and after 4 March 2019.

20

The following items:

(a) Table 9A, item dealing with First Parliamentary Counsel;

(b) Table 9A, item dealing with Second Parliamentary Counsel;

(c) Table 9A, item dealing with Deputy President, Repatriation Commission;

(d) Table 9A, item dealing with Commissioner, Repatriation Commission;

(e) Table 9A, item dealing with Director, Office of Australian War Graves;

(f) Table 10A, item 22

These items, as inserted by the Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 2) 2019, apply on and after 2 April 2019.

21

The following items:

(a) Table 9A, item dealing with Chief Executive Officer, North Queensland Livestock Industry Recovery Agency;

(b) Table 10A, item 21

These items, as inserted by the Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 2) 2019, apply on and after 1 March 2019.

22

Table 9A, item dealing with Associate Commissioner, Productivity Commission

This item, as inserted by the Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 2) 2019, applies on and after 25 March 2019.

23

Table 10A, item 23 and Table 14B, item 3AA (Ms Sue Weston, Chief Executive Officer, Comcare)

These items, as inserted by the Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 2) 2019), apply on and after 8 April 2019.

24

Table 18A, item 3A and Table 21A, item 7A (Mr Chin Tan, Race Discrimination Commissioner, Australian Human Rights Commission)

These items, as inserted by the Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 2) 2019, apply on and after 5 March 2019.

25

Table 21A, item 5 (Dr Stephen Donoghue QC, Solicitor‑General)

This item, as inserted by the Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 2) 2019, applies on and after 1 January 2019.

 


Endnotes

Endnote 1—About the endnotes

The endnotes provide information about this compilation and the compiled law.

The following endnotes are included in every compilation:

Endnote 1—About the endnotes

Endnote 2—Abbreviation key

Endnote 3—Legislation history

Endnote 4—Amendment history

Abbreviation key—Endnote 2

The abbreviation key sets out abbreviations that may be used in the endnotes.

Legislation history and amendment history—Endnotes 3 and 4

Amending laws are annotated in the legislation history and amendment history.

The legislation history in endnote 3 provides information about each law that has amended (or will amend) the compiled law. The information includes commencement details for amending laws and details of any application, saving or transitional provisions that are not included in this compilation.

The amendment history in endnote 4 provides information about amendments at the provision (generally section or equivalent) level. It also includes information about any provision of the compiled law that has been repealed in accordance with a provision of the law.

Editorial changes

The Legislation Act 2003 authorises First Parliamentary Counsel to make editorial and presentational changes to a compiled law in preparing a compilation of the law for registration. The changes must not change the effect of the law. Editorial changes take effect from the compilation registration date.

If the compilation includes editorial changes, the endnotes include a brief outline of the changes in general terms. Full details of any changes can be obtained from the Office of Parliamentary Counsel.

Misdescribed amendments

A misdescribed amendment is an amendment that does not accurately describe the amendment to be made. If, despite the misdescription, the amendment can be given effect as intended, the amendment is incorporated into the compiled law and the abbreviation “(md)” added to the details of the amendment included in the amendment history.

If a misdescribed amendment cannot be given effect as intended, the abbreviation “(md not incorp)” is added to the details of the amendment included in the amendment history.

 

Endnote 2—Abbreviation key

 

ad = added or inserted

o = order(s)

am = amended

Ord = Ordinance

amdt = amendment

orig = original

c = clause(s)

par = paragraph(s)/subparagraph(s)

C[x] = Compilation No. x

    /sub‑subparagraph(s)

Ch = Chapter(s)

pres = present

def = definition(s)

prev = previous

Dict = Dictionary

(prev…) = previously

disallowed = disallowed by Parliament

Pt = Part(s)

Div = Division(s)

r = regulation(s)/rule(s)

ed = editorial change

reloc = relocated

exp = expires/expired or ceases/ceased to have

renum = renumbered

    effect

rep = repealed

F = Federal Register of Legislation

rs = repealed and substituted

gaz = gazette

s = section(s)/subsection(s)

LA = Legislation Act 2003

Sch = Schedule(s)

LIA = Legislative Instruments Act 2003

Sdiv = Subdivision(s)

(md) = misdescribed amendment can be given

SLI = Select Legislative Instrument

    effect

SR = Statutory Rules

(md not incorp) = misdescribed amendment

Sub‑Ch = Sub‑Chapter(s)

    cannot be given effect

SubPt = Subpart(s)

mod = modified/modification

underlining = whole or part not

No. = Number(s)

    commenced or to be commenced

 

Endnote 3—Legislation history

 

Name

Registration

Commencement

Application, saving and transitional provisions

Remuneration Tribunal (Remuneration and Allowances for Holders of Full‑time Public Office) Determination 2018

27 June 2018 (F2018L00897)

1 July 2018 (s 2(1) item 1)

 

Remuneration Tribunal Amendment (Official Travel) Determination 2018

20 Aug 2018 (F2018L01143)

Sch 1 (item 6): 26 Aug 2018 (s 2(1) item 1)

Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 1) 2018

4 Sept 2018 (F2018L01258)

Sch 1 (items 1–11): 5 Sept 2018 (s 2(1) item 1)

Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 2) 2018

24 Sept 2018 (F2018L01339)

Sch 1 (items 2–9): 25 Sept 2018 (s 2(1) item 1)

Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 3) 2018

13 Nov 2018 (F2018L01568)

Sch 1 (items 1, 6–10): 14 Nov 2018 (s 2(1) items 2, 3)

Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 4) 2018

20 Dec 2018 (F2018L01812)

Sch 1 (items 1–11): 21 Dec 2018 (s 2(1) items 2, 3)

Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 1) 2019

26 Feb 2019 (F2019L00201)

Sch 1 (items 1–7): 27 Feb 2019 (s 2(1) item 1)

Remuneration Tribunal Amendment Determination (No. 2) 2019

18 Apr 2019 (F2019L00619)

Sch 1 (items 4–17): 19 Apr 2019 (s 2(1) item 1)

 

Endnote 4—Amendment history

 

Provision affected

How affected

Part 1

 

s 2.............................................

rep LA s 48D

 

ad F2019L00201

s 5.............................................

rep LA s 48C

s 6.............................................

am F2018L01143; F2018L01258

Part 2

 

s 9.............................................

am F2018L01258; F2018L01339; F2018L01568; F2018L01812; F2019L00201; F2019L00619

s 10...........................................

am F2018L01258; F2018L01339; F2019L00201; F2019L00619

Part 3

 

s 14...........................................

am F2018L01258; F2018L01568; F2018L01812; F2019L00201; F2019L00619

Part 5

 

s 18...........................................

am F2018L01258; F2018L01339; F2018L01812; F2019L00619

s 21...........................................

am F2018L01258; F2018L01339; F2018L01812; F2019L00619

Part 6

 

Part 6........................................

ad F2018L01258

s 22...........................................

ad F2018L01258

 

am F2018L01339; F2018L01568; F2018L01812; F2019L00201; F2019L00619

Schedule 1................................

rep LA s 48C