NSW Treasury was established in April 1824 and is the oldest continuing Government agency in Australia. It is a department within the meaning of Schedule 1 of the Public Sector Employment and Management Act 2002.
The NSW Treasury advises the Treasurer and the NSW Government on state financial management policy and reporting, and on economic conditions and issues.
As a Principal Department in the NSW Public Sector, NSW Treasury has administrative responsibility for the following entities:
NSW Treasury's Executive Board is comprised of the Secretary of NSW Treasury, two Associate Secretaries, four Deputy Secretaries and the Executive Director Industrial Relations.
The Deputy Secretaries are responsible for the efficient and effective operation of their Directorate.
NSW Treasury has five Directorates: