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Administrative Review Council (1976 - )

From
1976
Australia
Website
http://www.arc.ag.gov.au/Pages/default.aspx

Summary

The Administrative Review Council, a separate advisory body until 2015, when its functions were consolidated into the Attorney-General's Department, is responsible for overseeing and monitoring the Australian system of administrative review. Established to provide advice to the Attorney-General on strategic and operational matters relating to that system, the Council first met on 15 November 1976. It currently comprises five ex officio members and two appointed members.

Sources used to compile this entry: 'Welcome to the Administrative Review Council', Administrative Review Council, Australian Government, http://www.arc.ag.gov.au/Pages/default.aspx, accessed online 21 August 2016; 'Frequently asked questions', Administrative Review Council, Attorney-General's Department, Australian Government, http://www.arc.ag.gov.au/Pages/Frequentlyaskedquestions.aspx, accessed online 21 August 2016; 'About us', Administrative Review Council, Attorney-General's Department, http://www.arc.ag.gov.au/Aboutus/Pages/default.aspx, accessed online 21 August 2016.

Marina Loane

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