Financial Management and Accountability Amendment Regulation 2012 (No. 6)1
Select Legislative Instrument 2012 No. 206
I, QUENTIN BRYCE, Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia, acting with the advice of the Federal Executive Council, make the following regulation under the Financial Management and Accountability Act 1997.
Dated 21 August 2012
By Her Excellency’s Command
PENELOPE YING YEN WONG
Minister for Finance and Deregulation
1 Name of regulation
This regulation is the Financial Management and Accountability Amendment Regulation 2012 (No. 6).
This regulation commences on the day after it is registered.
3 Amendment of Financial Management and Accountability Regulations 1997
Schedule 1 amends the Financial Management and Accountability Regulations 1997.
Schedule 1 Amendments
 Schedule 1AA, item 415.002
Communicable disease control
Objective: To provide funding to reduce the incidence of blood‑borne viruses and sexually-transmitted infections
 Schedule 1AA, item 415.005
National Immunisation Program
Objective: To provide vaccines and financial support to strengthen immunisation coverage, reduce the incidence of vaccine‑preventable diseases, and improve the administration of the National Immunisation Program
 Schedule 1AA, item 415.017
Objective: To provide aged care services at home and in the community, match funding to care needs, and provide greater choice and control to consumers, care recipients and their carers
 Schedule 1AA, item 415.026
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health
Objectives: To provide funding to providers to improve chronic disease prevention and detection, to improve child and maternal health, to improve service delivery and access to effective health services, to reduce the incidence of blood-borne viruses and sexually-transmitted infections, and to enhance existing wellbeing, counselling, family tracing and reunion services to indigenous communities
 Schedule 1AA, items 415.039 and 415.040
Public hospitals and information
Objective: To provide funding to increase efficiency and capacity in public hospitals, improve access to public dental services, and increase support for health services and public health responses for the Torres Strait
Health emergency planning and response
Objectives: To support national health emergency planning and response through the development of response plans and the maintenance of a National Medical Stockpile, to improve biosecurity, drug and chemical safety through regulation, to support Australia’s antivenom production, to support environmental health protection and laboratory capability for emergency response, and to develop a national strategy to minimise the risks posed by communicable diseases
 Schedule 1AA, after item 415.041
Expanding the rollout of low aromatic fuel
Objective: To reduce the incidence and impact of petrol sniffing in regional and remote communities, including by subsidising the cost of production and distribution of low aromatic fuel, funding necessary infrastructure such as bulk storage facilities and supporting complementary communications, promotion, data collection, education and treatment activities
Therapeutic Goods regulatory grants program
Objective: To provide grants with respect to regulatory activities in relation to therapeutic goods
 Schedule 1AA, after item 430.017
Australian Public Service Commission
Australia New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG)
Objective: To provide funding for ANZSOG’s development and administration
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