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2013 Federal Budget Briefing Papers Collection (4 Papers Included)
Format: eNewsletter , Digital
The 2013 Federal Budget Briefing Papers Collection includes access to the 4 budget briefing papers covering the following topics:
1. Health & Ageing
2. Family & Community Services
Get to what you need to know faster. Understand the impact of the federal budget and how it affects your business or department using our comprehensive yet easily digestible summaries.
From the budget lock-up at Parliament House in Canberra, the Capital Monitor team will provide you with detailed budget summaries, broken down by topic, within minutes of the Treasurer commencing his budget speech on May 14.
The entire collection of budget papers, including portfolio statements and proposed government spending for the year ahead, are dissected by Capital Monitor staff and condensed into topic-specific briefing papers. Each announcement listed in the briefing paper will link directly to the official Treasury document giving you quick and easy access to more information.
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Related Titles2013 Federal Budget Briefing Paper - Taxation
2013 Federal Budget Briefing Paper - Superannuation
2013 Federal Budget Briefing Paper - Health & Ageing
2013 Federal Budget Briefing Paper - Family & Community Services
2013 Federal Election eNewsletter
About Capital MonitorCapital Monitor provides parliamentary, political, legislative, regulatory and judicial news and information to its subscribers almost as soon as it is available. The team are located in the Press Gallery within Parliament House in Canberra where they filter news and information before distributing it by e-mail to subscribers according to their monitoring briefs.
All content is updated on Capital Monitor's comprehensive database which allows you to conduct keyword search anytime, on any jurisdiction and for content from 1996 onwards. This ensures you have the very latest news and information via subscribed alerts or search, when you want it.