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Department of the Chief Minister
The Department of the Chief Minister plays a vital role in the economic development of the Northern Territory, as well as the social development of Territorians, in a number of ways. Our primary purpose is to support the Chief Minister and government to develop a confident, growing and socially cohesive Territory. We are responsible for overseeing or coordinating major government strategies as well as positioning the Territory to achieve those priorities.
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NEWS / 17 Oct 2016
The 2016 Chief Minister’s Awards for Excellence in the Public Sector received a record number of 92 nominations, with judges praising the very high quality of entries.
NEWS / 20 Oct 2016
The Nightcliff Jetty will be closed for one week from Monday 24 October to deliver structural improvements which will increase public safety.
NEWS / 21 Jun 2016
The Northern Territory Government has released the Multicultural Participation Framework 2016-19, as part of its plan to ensure a strong, socially inclusive and cohesive society.
About the Department
The Northern Territory Department of Chief Minister is responsible for:
- overseeing or coordinating major government strategies
- coordinating recovery phase of an emergency
- coordinating government responses to issues or incidents of NT security
- promoting economic development of the Northern Territory (NT)
- social development of Territorians
- building and strengthening trade relationships
- working closely with local government bodies and land councils
- coordinating the NT’s participation in the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) and the Council of Australian Federation (CAF).