The department's primary role is to promote the long-term development of the Territory. This is achieved by providing specialist fiscal, economic and commercial policy advice to government, focusing on sustainable government finances, economic efficiency and effective risk management. Find out more
What we are doing
A progress update on the implementation of government’s response to the Fiscal Strategy Panel’s final report, A plan for budget repair as at June quarter 2021.
From 1 July 2021, people who hold an occupational registration can work outside their home state or territory without having to register or pay fees.
The Northern Territory Government has approved the release of the Consultation Paper – Statutory Fund Management.
Applications are now open for the Department of Treasury and Finance’s 2022 graduate program.
The Program evaluation toolkit is now in place for use across the NTG.
The 2019-20 Treasurer’s Financial Report has been released.
In line with previous practice, on 4 August 2020, the Department of Treasury and Finance wrote to all major parties offering to undertake an assessment of the extent to which their 2020 election commitments would impact the preliminary budget estimate. Responses were requested by 14 August, to allow the assessments to be undertaken and published by 20 August.
The Preliminary Quarterly Financial Report has been released.
The Australian Government has announced a grant of $25,000 for eligible owner-occupiers to build a new home or substantially renovate an existing home.
The Treasurer’s Quarterly Financial Report has been released.
Applications for the Department of Treasury and Finance (DTF) 2021 graduate program are now open.
A supply bill to ensure government funding for the financial year ending 30 June 2021 was introduced and passed in the Legislative Assembly on 24 March 2020.
The Northern Territory (NT) Government is delivering a $65 million Jobs Rescue and Recovery plan, and an additional $50 million fund to support small business. This is to help stimulate the economy and keep Territorians in jobs.