We manage funds, programs and policies on behalf of the Victorian Government. Community Support Fund The Community Support Fund is a trust fund governed by the Gambling Regulation Act 2003 to direct a portion of gaming revenues back into the community. Read more about "Community Support Fund" Partnerships Addressing Disadvantage The Victorian Government’s PADs are an innovative way to reduce deep-seated disadvantage and provide demonstrably better outcomes for vulnerable individuals. Read more about "Partnerships Addressing Disadvantage" Green Bonds Victoria has become the first Government in Australia to issue Green Bonds. Read more about "Green Bonds" Greener Government Buildings Greener Government Buildings is a program that improves the energy efficiency of existing government buildings. Read more about "Greener Government Buildings" Natural Disaster Financial Assistance Natural Disaster Financial Assistance for local councils is provided to alleviate some of the financial burden experienced following a natural disaster. Read more about "Natural Disaster Financial Assistance" Intellectual property policy Details the State's framework for the ownership and management of its intellectual property (IP), and for its use of IP belonging to other parties. Read more about "Intellectual property policy" Government land sales The Victorian Government will ensure that surplus government land is identified and put to a use that provides the best value for Victorians. Read more about "Government land sales" Reducing the regulatory burden Victoria aims to have the most efficient regulatory system in Australia. Read more about "Reducing the regulatory burden" HomesVic Under HomesVic scheme, the Victorian Government will assist up to 400 first home buyers enter the property market earlier. Read more about "HomesVic" Victorian Public Service Enterprise Agreement 2016 On 11 May 2016, the Fair Work Commission approved the Victorian Public Service Enterprise Agreement 2016. Read more about "Victorian Public Service Enterprise Agreement 2016" Point of Consumption Tax From 1 January 2019, the Victorian Government will replace the current wagering and betting tax structures with a point of consumption wagering and betting tax. Read more about "Point of Consumption Tax"