Table 1 Services to diplomatic and consular representatives in Australia
Table 2 Travellers’ emergency loans
Table 3 Consular services provided to Australian travellers
Table 4 Travel documents issued, 2013–14 to 2015–16
Table 5 Security and ICT statistics
Table 6 Employees by classification, gender and location (excluding locally engaged employees overseas)
Table 7 Ongoing and non-ongoing employees, full-time and part-time (excluding locally engaged employees overseas)
Table 8 Employees by categories of employment
Table 9 SES by level and location
Table 10 SES by gender
Table 11 SES: New starters and separations during the year
Table 12 SES: Inter-agency mobility during the year
Table 13 Employees by location and gender as at 30 June 2016
Table 14 Employees covered by the Enterprise Agreement, determinations, individual flexibility agreements and remuneration supplementation agreements as at 30 June 2016 (excluding locally engaged employees overseas)
Table 15 Performance bonus payments by level, 2015–16
Table 16 Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade resource statement 2015–16
Table 17 Expenses for Outcome 1
Table 18 Expenses for Outcome 2
Table 19 Expenses for Outcome 3
Table 20 Estimated departmental ODA by country and region, 2015–16
Table 21 Workplace health and safety statistics
Table 22 Advertising and market research
Table 23 Contributions to international organisations and peacekeeping operations
Table 24 List of sponsors
Table 25 Embassies, high commissions, consulates and multilateral missions managed by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (100 posts)
Table 26 Consulates managed by Austrade (16 posts)
Table 27 Consulates headed by honorary consuls (76 consulates)
Table 28 Places where Canada provides consular services to Australian citizens
Table 29 Places where Australia provides consular services to Canadian citizens
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