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NSW Affordable Housing Ministerial Guidelines
The NSW Affordable Housing Ministerial Guidelines sets out the policy framework for delivering affordable housing that has been developed with financial assistance from the NSW Government and is owned or managed by registered community housing [...]
This Subpoena Policy outlines the policy and procedure when responding to a subpoena, summons, statutory notice or order requiring the production of records for the Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ).
Privacy Management Plan
This Privacy Management Plan explains how the Department of Communities and Justice (the Department) complies with obligations under the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998 (PPIP Act) and the Health Records and Information Privacy [...]
Case Plan Goal Package Extension Flowchart
This document is designed to show the flow of steps involved in seeking an extension to the two year case plan goal package under exceptional circumstances.
Permanency Goal Review & CPG Extension Policy
Use this guide when completing permanency goal reviews for cases where service providers hold primary case responsibility; or in an exceptional circumstance where an extension to the two-year case plan goal package is required.
What is a Restrictive Practice (Easy Read)
Easy read guide to What is a Restrictive Practice?
Going to a RPA Panel Meeting (Easy Read)
Easy read guide to Going to a Restrictive Practice Authorisation Panel meeting.
Notice of a change of control involving a merger, acquisition or amalgamation
Use this form to notify the department of a change of control involving a merger, acquisition or amalgamation and, if required, to request to novate (transfer) a contract.
DCJ interest in service provider working arrangements (A3 infographic)
This infographic outlines common service provider working arrangements — subcontract, consortium and joint working arrangement — and our interest in each.