• Centrelink

    Centrelink is an Australian Government Statutory Agency, assisting people to become self-sufficient and supporting those in need.


  • Child Support Agency

    CSA is responsible for administering Australia’s Child Support Scheme, supporting separated parents to transfer payments for the benefit of their children.


  • Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA)

    The Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA) exists to support the Government and, through our Ministers and Parliamentary Secretaries, to deliver on a broad range of social policy outcomes.


  • Department of Health and Ageing

    The Department of health and Ageing is an Australian Government organisation dedicated to delivering better health outcomes for all all Australians.


  • Department of Human Services

    The Department of Human Services plans, funds and delivers community and housing services in line with the government’s vision for making Victoria a stronger, more caring and innovative state.


  • Department of Justice

    The Department of Justice includes police; courts; prisons; emergency services; regulation of gaming, racing, liquor licensing and trade measurement; and victims' services. The department also drafts legislation and administers various tribunals and programs to protect citizens' rights.


  • Ombudsman

    The Ombudsman promotes excellence in public administration in Victoria and seeks to ensure the highest possible standards of public sector service delivery to all Victorians. The Ombudsman enquires into or investigates administrative actions taken by a Government department or public statutory body or by any member of staff of a municipal council. The office also has some important functions aimed at ensuring compliance by state entities with certain specified Victorian legislation such as the Whistleblowers Protection Act 2001, Freedom of Information Act 1982 and the Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities Act 2006


  • Victorian Multicultural Commission (VMC)

    Established in 1983, the Victorian Multicultural Commission (VMC) has provided independent advice to the Victorian Government to inform the development of legislative and policy frameworks, as well as the delivery of services to our culturally, linguistically and religiously diverse society. The VMC is the voice of Victoria’s culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities and is the main link between them and the government. Our unique multicultural society remains one of our state’s greatest assets and strengths.