Statement 2: Categories of documents

Overview

The Department of Treasury and Finance creates a large number of documents and records in the course of its work.


The Department uses an electronic document and records management system to classify, store, access and manage a broad range of electronic and hard copy documents.

Document types

The types of documents that the Department handles include:

  • policy, procedures and standards
  • briefings and reports
  • correspondence
  • administrative records
  • operational records
  • registers
  • meeting records
  • financial records
  • photographs, images and multimedia objects
  • maps and plans
  • grants

Document categories

Documents are organised under the following categories according to the department’s business classification scheme:

Accommodation Management (Whole of Victorian Government)   Information Technology (Whole of Victorian Government)
Accounting  Information management 
Business Strategy (Whole of Victorian Government)  Infrastructure Projects (Whole of Victorian Government)
Cabinet and Parliament  Land and Property Services
Communications  Legal Services
Corporate Finance  Ministerial Liaison
Corporate Governance  Office Management
Economics  People Strategy
Enquiries Management  Personnel
Facilities Management  Procurement (Whole of Victorian Government)
Financial Assets and Liability Management (Whole of Victorian Government)  Prudential Supervision
Financial Reporting  Revenue and Taxation
Financial Management (Whole of Victorian Government)  State Budget (Whole of Victorian Government)
Financial Systems (Whole of Victorian Government)  Strategic Insurance
Fleet Management  Technology and Communication
Government Entity Management  Whole of Victorian Government Coordination


The Department’s website outlines the areas of work that the Department undertakes and in which areas documents are created. 

The resource locations and content presented within the Freedom of Information Part II Statements provide a snapshot of the information that is available and are not an exhaustive representation.

To find a specific topic, conduct a full search of this site or contact the relevant business area as listed in the Organisation chart.

More information about freedom of information can be found on the

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