Induction - Money and Resources


<h2 id="course-outline">Course Outline</h2> <p>An eLearning module designed to provide useful information for new starters around recognising responsibilities and accountabilities for managing public resources. As a new member of the Australian Public Service you are going to be exposed to new and unfamiliar acronyms, jargon and terminology including terms that relate to Commonwealth finance. Much of the terminology comes from the Commonwealth Resource Management Framework or CRM. As you will see in the course, the CRM is an important feature of an accountable and transparent public sector and informs the Australian people of the daily work of Commonwealth entities and their employees.</p> <p>This course has been developed in partnership with the Department of Finance.</p> <h2 id="objectives">Objectives</h2> <p>At the end of this course you should be able to:</p> <ul> <li>describe in general terms how the budget process works</li> <li>recognise the components of the CRM Framework</li> <li>recognise responsibilities when managing resources and spending money</li> <li>describe in general terms how the procurement process is conducted.</li> </ul> <hr /> <h5 id="this-program-aligns-with-the-working-in-government-craft-at-the-foundation-level">This program aligns with the Working in Government Craft at the Foundation Level.</h5> <p>Working in Government is a willingness to serve and the ability to apply a deep understanding of the context in which the APS operates. To find out more about the Working in Government Craft visit the <a href="https://www.apsacademy.gov.au/" target="_blank">APS Academy Website</a></p>

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