|Departments||Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources||03 9651 9999||The Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources (DEDJTR) was established on 1 January 2015, bringing together many of the main areas that drive economic development and job creation in Victoria. These include transport and ports, investment attraction and facilitation, trade, innovation, regional development and small business, together with key services to sectors such as agriculture, the creative industries, resources and tourism.|
Our work supports nine ministers, spans 14 portfolios and operates across metropolitan, regional and international offices.
|Departments||Department of Education and Training||03 9637 2000||The Department of Education and Training offers learning and development support, services and resources for all Victorians, from birth through to adulthood.|
|Departments||Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning||136 186||The Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning creates liveable, inclusive and sustainable communities that support jobs and growth in Victoria. |
We recognise the link between the built and natural environment in the quality of our lives, and work to accommodate population growth while maintaining world class liveability and protecting our heritage for future generations.
|Departments||Department of Health and Human Services||1300 650 172||We aspire for all Victorians to be healthy, safe and able to lead a life they value. We deliver policies, programs and services that support and enhance the health and wellbeing of all Victorians.|
|Departments||Department of Justice and Regulation||03 8684 0000||The Department of Justice and Regulation delivers high-quality services to Victorians and support a safe, just, innovative and thriving Victoria.|
|Departments||Department of Premier and Cabinet||03 9651 5111||We work for the people of Victoria by helping the government achieve its strategic objectives. We do this by supporting the Premier, Deputy Premier, Special Minister of State, the Ministers for Aboriginal Affairs, Equality, Multicultural Affairs, Prevention of Family Violence, Veterans and Women, as well as the Cabinet.|
|Departments||Department of Treasury and Finance||03 9651 5111||We provide economic, financial and resource management advice to help the Victorian Government deliver its policies. We support the Treasurer of Victoria and the Minister for Finance to manage Victoria’s budget and finances. Our work also involves assisting the Government to implement major infrastructure projects and contractual agreements across Victoria.|
|Other Bodies||Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission||1300 735 135||The Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) is Victoria's first anti-corruption body with responsibility for identifying and preventing serious corrupt conduct across the whole public sector, including members of Parliament, the judiciary and state and local government. The primary purpose of IBAC is to strengthen the integrity of the Victorian public sector, and to enhance community confidence in public sector accountability.|
|Other Bodies||Office of the Victorian Information Commissioner||1300 842 364||The Victorian Government created Office of the Victorian Information Commissioner (OVIC) as a primary regulator and source of independent advice to the community and the Victorian Government about how the public sector collects, uses and shares information. OVIC commenced operating on 1 September 2017 and comprises the functions that previously sat with the Offices of the Freedom of Information Commissioner and the Commissioner for Privacy and Data Protection.|
|Other Bodies||Victorian Auditor-General's Office||03 8601 7000||The Victorian Auditor-General's Office (VAGO) plays a key role in promoting confidence in the public sector. We conduct audits to ensure that public sector entities are transparent and accountable to the Victorian Parliament and the community.|
|Other Bodies||Victorian Ombudsman||03 9613 6222||The Ombudsman's core role is to investigate complaints received from citizens about the administrative actions of state government departments, local councils, most statutory authorities and some private bodies who assist agencies in performing their statutory duties. The Ombudsman can also conduct investigation to examine systemic failures and maladministration in the public sector.|