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TIPP 5.20 NSW Treasury Data Breach (Privacy) Policy

This policy provides an overview of the mechanism for NSW Treasury to respond to and manage privacy data breaches.

Category: Treasury Policy Papers (TPP) Topic: Governance, Risk & Audit Date: 02 May 2024 Status: Current

TPG24-08 CFO Certification on the Internal Control Framework over Financial Systems and Information

The purpose of this policy is to hold Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) of GSF agencies accountable to design, implement, continuously monitor and evaluate throughout the year a risk-based internal control framework over their financial systems and information.

Category: Treasury Policy and Guidelines (TPG) Topic: Governance, Risk & Audit Date: 15 April 2024

TIPP5.19 Privacy Management Plan and Guidelines (PMP)

The NSW Treasury’s Privacy Management Plan and Guidelines (the Plan), provides practical guidance for NSW Treasury staff on requirements of section 33 of the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998 (the PPIP Act) for managing personal information.

Category: Treasury Policy Papers (TPP) Topic: Governance, Risk & Audit Date: 14 April 2024 Status: Current

TPG23-17 Disaster Cost-Benefit Framework

This Disaster Cost-Benefit Framework (the Framework) is a Treasury Policy and Guidelines paper that sets out how to undertake disaster resilience cost-benefit analysis (CBA). The Framework sits under and follows the same principles and requirements of the NSW Government Guide to Cost Benefit Analysis (TPG23-08) (CBA Guide), which applies to all NSW Government initiatives.

Category: Treasury Policy and Guidelines (TPG) Topic: Governance, Risk & Audit Date: 30 October 2023 Status: Current

TPG23-22 Supplementary Guidelines: Nominee Directors for the Insurance and Care NSW Board

This guideline outlines the process for employee and employer bodies when selecting candidates for nomination to the icare Board. These guidelines provide additional information applicable to Nominee Directors of the icare Board.

Category: Treasury Policy and Guidelines (TPG) Topic: Governance, Risk & Audit Date: 20 October 2023 Status: Current

TIPP 5.18 Public Interest Disclosures Policy

This Public Interest Disclosures (PID) Policy has been developed in accordance with the provisions of the Public Interest Disclosures Act 2022 (PID Act). All agencies in New South Wales are required to have a PID Policy under section 42 of the PID Act.

Category: General Topic: Governance, Risk & Audit Date: 03 October 2023 Status: Current

TIPP5.15 Compliance Incident Policy

This Compliance Incident Policy (Policy) outlines the process by which NSW Treasury (Treasury) manages potential compliance failures. This Policy forms part of Treasury’s Compliance Management Framework and must be read in conjunction with the Compliance Management Framework document.

Category: General Topic: Governance, Risk & Audit Date: 01 September 2023 Status: Current

TPP20-08 Internal Audit and Risk Management Policy for the General Government Sector

The Internal Audit and Risk Management Policy for the General Government Sector (Policy) is a mandatory policy which has been prepared by NSW Treasury (Treasury) to assist agencies in fulfilling their legislative obligations under the Government Sector Finance Act 2018 (GSF Act) by outlining minimum standards for risk management, internal audit and Audit and Risk Committees (ARCs).

Category: Treasury Policy Papers (TPP) Topic: Governance, Risk & Audit Date: 14 August 2023 Status: Current

TPG22-22 Policy and Guidelines: Evaluation

These Policy and Guidelines set out mandatory requirements, recommendations and guidance for NSW General Government Sector agencies and other government entities to plan for and conduct the evaluation of policies, projects, regulations, and programs.

Category: Treasury Policy and Guidelines (TPG) Topic: Economic and Financial Appraisal, Outcomes, Reporting, Governance, Risk & Audit Date: 09 February 2023 Status: Current

TIPP1.10 Sponsorship

NSW Treasury’s Sponsorship Policy aims to promote transparency, promote the efficient and effective use of taxpayer funds used for sponsorship purposes, and maintain the impartiality and neutrality of Treasury when dealing with any sponsored organisations.

It was developed in line with:

The Policy applies to all Treasury staff, including the Office of Energy and Climate Change.

Through the effective application of the Policy, Treasury can ensure sponsorship opportunities are assessed appropriately, accurately and with the aim of promoting public value.

Category: General Topic: Governance, Risk & Audit Date: 01 November 2022 Status: Current

Last updated: 28/02/2022