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Appendix 6

Inquiries by parliamentary committees

The Senate Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Legislation Committee reported on the department's proposed expenditure on 1 April 2004 (Additional Estimates 2003–04) and 24 June 2004 (Budget Estimates 2004–05), and tabled its reports Annual reports (No. 2 of 2003) on 9 September 2003 and Annual reports (No. 1 of 2004) on 10 March 2004.

During the review period, the department made submissions or gave evidence to thirteen parliamentary committee inquiries, as follows:

Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade

Senate Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade References Committee

Senate Select Committee on the Free Trade Agreement between Australia and the United States of America

Joint Committee on Public Accounts and Audit

Parliamentary Joint Committee on ASIO, ASIS and DSD

Joint Committee on Public Works

Senate Legal and Constitutional References Committee

Senate Standing Committee on Economics

Joint Standing Committee on Treaties

Departmental officers appeared before the Joint Standing Committee on Treaties in respect of the proposed treaty actions shown below, with the date of the hearings and the number of the Committee's Report where available.

Briefings provided to parliamentary committees

The department provided fifteen briefings to the Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade, on the following issues:

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