Our portfolio entities and stakeholders

Our portfolio entities

DPC ministers have responsibility for a number of entities, including:

  • Electoral Boundaries Commission
  • Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission
  • Infrastructure Victoria
  • Labour Hire Licensing Authority
  • LanguageLoop
  • Local Government Inspectorate
  • Office of the Chief Parliamentary Counsel
  • Office of the Governor
  • Office of the Public Interest Monitor
  • Office of the Victorian Government Architect
  • Office of the Victorian Information Commissioner
  • Portable Long Service Leave Benefits Authority
  • Public Record Office Victoria
  • Respect Victoria
  • Service Victoria
  • Shrine of Remembrance
  • Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Council
  • Victorian Electoral Commission
  • Victorian Inspectorate
  • Victorian Multicultural Commission
  • Victorian Ombudsman
  • Victorian Public Sector Commission
  • Victorian Treaty Advancement Commission
  • Victorian Veterans Council

Our stakeholders

The department has a direct relationship with the community through its community engagement and service delivery responsibilities, and through its large number of ministerial portfolios. This includes working with Aboriginal Victorians, culturally, linguistically and religiously diverse communities, unions, employer organisations, veterans, women, youth and the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex community.

DPC’s stakeholders include all Victorian ministers, departments and agencies, other state and territory governments, the Commonwealth Government, local governments, the private sector and Victorian communities.

DPC leads and liaises with several interdepartmental groups and committees, most notably the Victorian Secretaries Board (VSB) as the peak leadership group for the Victorian public service. The VSB’s work is complementary to the vision of DPC in its pursuit of providing coordination, leadership and stewardship of the public sector.