On 20 April 2018, the Commission released a staff discussion paper on the draft Quality Assurance strategic plan for the 2020 Review. The Commission is seeking views on the draft plan, in particular whether it will satisfy the requirements of the terms of reference to ‘ensure robust quality assurance processes’. These should be provided to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 31 AUGUST 2018. All submissions to the review will be placed on the Commission’s web site. Any confidential material should be clearly marked.

 


Draft Quality assurance Strategic Plan for the 2020 Review

 

 

Latest News

20/04/2018

The Commission has released a suite of staff discussion papers on draft assessments for the 2020 Review, along with the draft Quality Assurance strategic plan for the 2020 Review.

 

05/04/2018

The 2018 Update Report has been released.

 

30/10/2017

The Commission made a submission to the Productivity Commission's inquiry into Horizontal Fiscal Equalisation.

 

28/09/2017

The Commission position paper CGC2017-21 The Principle of HFE and its Implementation for the 2020 Review has been released. 

 

16/08/2017

The staff discussion paper CGC2017-20-S New issues for the 2018 Update has been released..

 

08/06/2017

The Commission has made a submission to the Productivity Commission's Inquiry into Horizontal Fiscal Equalisation.

 

15/05/2017

The Commission has received terms of reference from the Commonwealth Treasurer for a 2020 Review of the methods it uses to recommend the distribution of GST revenue to the States in accordance with the principle of horizontal equalisation.

 

The staff papers on the principle of HFE and its implementation are now avaliable.

 

GST Distribution in Brief

Introduction to Horizontal Fiscal Equalisation

The Commonwealth Grants Commission recommends how the GST revenue should be shared between the States to achieve horizontal fiscal equalisation, in response to requests from the Commonwealth Treasurer.

 

Overview, 2018-2019

How is the CGC recommending the GST be distributed in 2018-19, and why.

 

 

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