The Territory has a range of financial reporting responsibilities to various stakeholders. Key internal stakeholders include the Treasurer, Parliament, Cabinet and Government agencies, while key external stakeholders include the Australian Bureau of Statistics, credit rating agencies, the Commonwealth Grants Commission and the general public. Treasury provides whole of government budgetary and actual financial reports under the framework of the Fiscal Integrity and Transparency Act and the Financial Management Act. This framework specifies reporting requirements, both in terms of content and timing, and prescribes reporting responsibilities. This framework enables Treasury to meet Government accountability requirements through the provision of meaningful information to facilitate better informed decisions that improve financial policy outcomes. Importantly, transparent financial reporting enables the public to scrutinise the Government's financial policy and performance through comparison of the Government's financial strategy, Budget forecasts and outcomes.
Treasurer's Quarterly Financial Report
Treasurer's Quarterly Financial Report for 6 months ended 31 December 2017 (282.5 kb)
Treasurer's Annual Financial Report
Treasurer's Annual Financial Report 2016-17 (TAFR) (2.7 mb)
2017-18 Mid-Year Report (1.3 mb)