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Forest NSW Annual Report 2012

Statutory appendices Trends in EEO group – women Trends in EEO group – Aboriginal Trends in EEO group – people People and Torres Strait Islanders whose first language spoken as a child was not English 50 10 20 40 8 16 Percentage Percentage Percentage 30 6 12 20 4 8 10 2 4 0 0 0 Target Target Target 11–12 10–11 09–10 11–12 10–11 09–10 11–12 10–11 09–10 Numbers and levels of SES staff 2012 as at 30/6/12 SES level 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Total Total 2 2 1 5 Numbers and levels of SES staff 2011 as at 30/6/11 SES level 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Total Total 4 1 5 Numbers and levels of female SES staff 2012 as at 30/6/12 SES level 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Total Total 0 Finance information Subsidiary companies Payment of accounts In 2010–11 Forests NSW had dominant The schedules below show aged analysis of Investment management control over one wholly-owned subsidiary, accounts payable and payment performance performance Timber and Carbon Plantations Pty Ltd. for each quarter of 2011–12. At 30 June 2012, Forests NSW financial This company was liquidated on Forests NSW has in place financial procedures investments were $0.91 million (2010–11 7 December 2011. which ensure that accounts are paid within $4.1 million). The investment portfolio’s the statutory requirements.Public Sectort 3 of Schedule 1 of thearUnder P performance is benchmarked against the NSW Treasury Corporation’s hourglass cash facility, No interest has been paid under Section 15 of, ForestsEmployment & Management Act 2002 consistent with NSW Treasury guidelines the Public Finance and Audit Regulation 2005.NSW administers and has dominant control of the Forestry Commission Division. and to maximise investment returns while Debt management maintaining appropriate risk controls. Grants to non-government Interest amount of $172 627 (2010–11 community organisations At 30 June 2012, Forests NSW total borrowings $807 624) at yearly rate of 4.89 per cent were $133 million. The debt portfolio was (2010–11 5.37 per cent) was received from Forests NSW did not make any grants to sourced almost entirely through NSW Treasury Treasury Corporation on amounts lodged on non-government community organisations Corporation and is actively managed to limit their 24-hour call facility. during 2011–12. the cost of funds. 120 Forests NSW Annual Report 2011–12 Social, Environmental and Economic Performance


Forest NSW Annual Report 2012
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