Several of our corporate documents are available on this website.
See our Annual Reports for previous years.
See our current corporate plan (National Capital Authority Corporate Plan 2023-24 to 2026-27).
See our policies, including our:
Every six months we provide an indexed list of file titles. This is a requirement of Senate Continuing Order No 10.
See our financial information, including our portfolio budget statements and details on our legal expenditure.
As part of government’s Digital Business Plan, Federal Government agencies are to become e-invoicing enabled by July 2022. The good news is that the National Capital Authority has now enabled e-invoicing capability and as such will be able to pay invoices from you in five days if you are eligible and e-invoicing enabled. Other Federal Government agencies who are already e-invoicing enabled are now also paying eligible e-invoices for contracts up to $1 million in value within five days.
What is e-invoicing?
E-invoicing is the automated digital exchange of invoice information directly between a buyer's and supplier's accounting systems. Australia uses the internationally established Peppol e-invoicing framework. This framework contains common standards that allow invoice exchange between different accounting systems. It means invoice processing can be streamlined and invoices can be sent and received in a more secure way than email.
You can find more information on the:
Benefits of e-invoicing
How to get ready
To start using e-invoicing you’ll need to check with your accounting software provider to see if they are offering Peppol accredited e-invoicing capability and what you need to do to be enabled.
Information for businesses who want to get started with e-invoicing is also available on the ATO website. You can also look up the ATO’s E-invoicing accredited service providers list to find who is already registered and offering e-invoicing.
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See our Procedures for determining breaches of the Code of Conduct here.
See our Senate Order on Departmental and Agency Contracts Listing here.
Six Authority meetings are held each year. The public records of each meeting can be downloaded here. As some matters are privileged or confidential, these records follow, but do not completely represent, the formal minutes of each meeting.
We acknowledge the Ngunnawal people as traditional custodians of the ACT and recognise any other people or families with connection to the lands of the ACT and region.
We acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of this city and this region.