2012-13 Model Report

Overview

The Model Report for Victorian Government Departments is provided to assist Victorian government departments and other public sector entities with the planning and preparation of disclosures in their 2013 annual reports.


The 2012-13 Model Report for Victorian Government Departments (the Model) is presented below in PDF format and in Word format (broken down into four parts).

The Model is provided to assist Victorian government departments and other public sector entities with the planning and preparation of disclosures in their 2013 Annual Reports.

In addition, also provided below is a summary of changes to the 2012-13 Model Report describing the changes applied to the Model since the 2011-12 edition.

The Model has been prepared in in accordance with the Financial Management Act 1994, and has been updated incorporating the latest applicable requirements of Australian Accounting Standards and Financial Reporting Directions that were available as at 1 March 2013 for the reporting period ending 30 June 2013.

Subsequent changes to the disclosure requirements applicable for the 2012-13 reporting period have now been issued as an addendum to the Model, as outlined below.

Full report

2012-13 Model Report (PDF 3.49mb)

2012-13 Model Report (DOC 4.16mb)

 

Summary of changes

2013 summary of changes (PDF 612kb) 

2013 summary of changes (DOC 172kb) 

 

Model Report chapters

Part 1 - Introduction (PDF 394kb)

Part 1 - Introduction (DOC 212kb)

Part 2 - Report of operations (PDF 675kb)

Part 2 - Report of operations (DOC 722kb)

Part 3 - Financial statements (PDF 2.07mb)

Part 3 - Financial statements (DOC 2.93mb)

Part 4 - Appendices (PDF 980kb)

Part 4 - Appendices (DOC 580kb) 

  

Addendum to the Model

Compliance with Whistleblowers Protection Act 2001 (refer to pages 45-47)

The former Whistleblowers Protection Act 2001 has been repealed by the Protected Disclosure Act 2012. Accordingly, the Model has been updated to reflect the disclosure requirements under the new Act. In addition, for transitioning purpose, the associated guidance has been updated on page 47 to comply with the requirements of both Acts for the relevant time periods.

Compliance with Carers Recognition Act 2012 (refer to page 47)

The Carers Recognition Act 2012 came into effect on 1 July 2012, which sets out principles that recognise and support people in care relationships. All government departments have obligations to comply with this Act and must report their compliance with these obligations in their Annual Reports. Accordingly, an illustration has been added to page 47 of the Model under this Act.

Update to DTF website links

Following the launch of the new DTF website on 1 July 2013, any relevant links in the Model have been updated.