Corporate Documents

Annual Reports

National Indigenous Land and Sea Strategy

ILSC Group Corporate Plan 2019-20, strategy to 2023

Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation Portfolio Budget Statement 2018-19

ILSC Enterprise Agreement

ILSC Group Indigenous Procurement Policy

Deed of Grant

Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation Statement of Expectations 

Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation Statement of Intent

Reconciliation Action Plan

Heritage Strategy

Native Title Policy

Service Charter

Aegis Audit Report

Deloitte – ILSC Board Governance Arrangements Report
Deloitte was engaged by the ILSC Board to undertake a corporate governance review of the ILSC. Deloitte was asked to review existing Board policies and effectiveness of ILSC governance practices and procedures against better practice and advise the Board on what, if any, changes were required in order to maintain or develop governance best practice.  The review included the Board’s and ILSC governance in relation to its governance of its subsidiaries. As a result, the nature of the review required consideration of best practice corporate governance models and ILSC governance history and operations in order that Deloitte identify potential enhancements to the current arrangements and going forward.

Executive Remuneration Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation 2016-17
Executive Remuneration Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation 2017-18

Consultants 2011-12
Consultants 2012-13
Consultants 2013-14
Consultants 2014-15

ILSC Contract List 2018 Calendar Year

Senate Order on Entity Contracts

From 1 July 2017, the Senate Order on Entity Contracts applies to corporate Commonwealth entities.

The following list sets out contracts entered into by the Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation which provide for a consideration to the value of $100 000 or more and which had:

  • not been fully performed as at 31 December 2018
  • been entered into during the 12 months prior to 31 December 2017,  
  • Commenced before the reporting period started and will end after the reporting period finishes.

Most of the contracts listed contain confidentiality provisions of a general nature that are designed to protect the confidential information of the parties that may be obtained or generated in carrying out the contract. 
The reasons for including such clauses include:

  • ordinary commercial prudence that requires protection of trade secrets, proprietary information and the like; and/or
  • protection of other Commonwealth material and personal information.

The method used to calculate the cost of complying with the Senate Order is based on an estimated staff wages, number of hours spent on data collection and quality assurance process.

The Accountable Authority has assured that the listed contracts do not contain any inappropriate confidentiality provisions.

For further information see the Parliament of Australia: Senate – Procedural Orders of Continuing Effect – Entity Contracts and/or Meeting the Senate Order on Entity Contracts