The Department of Finance and Services is a service provider, regulator and central agency of government.
It is responsible for supporting sustainable government finances, major public works and maintenance programs, government procurement, information and communications technology, corporate and shared services, consumer protection, workplace relations, administration of State taxation and revenue collection, NSW land and property administration services and metropolitan water policy.
DFS also supports the Minister for Finance and Services to act as a shareholder in public energy utilities and oversee the operating licences of metropolitan water utilities and the superannuation portfolio.
DFS comprises seven key divisions:
- NSW Fair Trading
- NSW Public Works
- Housing and Property Group
- Office of State Revenue
- Land and Property Information
- Office of Finance
- Government Services
The Department of Finance and Services is a cluster agency comprising a number of divisions and related entities.
Annual reporting is an integral part the Government’s corporate governance framework describing the achievements, performance, outlook and financial position of agencies for each reporting year.
The NSW Department of Finance and Services (DFS) has a major role in the delivery of NSW Government services including procurement, construction, consumer protection and industrial relations. To do our job well we rely on business partners and suppliers.
The list below shows you the Acts that are allocated to our relevant Ministers and which DFS administers.