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Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade - Annual Report 2000-2001
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Appendix 13: Purchaser–provider arrangements

Purchaser–provider arrangements

During the year in review, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade had a cross-agency arrangement, the Common Administrative Services (CAS) Click to view related information - opens in new window agreement, under which it provided common administrative services to Australian Government agencies overseas. (The CAS expired on 30 June 2001 and was replaced by the Service Level Agreement [SLA]).

In 2000–01, the department provided services under the CAS agreement to:

The Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs, Department of Defence and the Australian Trade Commission were the main purchasers of services under the CAS agreement.

The department also has purchaser–provider arrangements with Australian Government agencies that require international telecommunications and office automation services for staff at Australia’s overseas missions. The department provides these services to the following agencies:

Information on the performance of these arrangements can be found under output 1.4, ‘Services to attached agencies overseas’.

The department also has purchaser–provider arrangements with Australian Government agencies that require access to the department’s IT services within Australia. The department provides these services to the following agencies:

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