Department of Agriculture & Water Resources - Australia

Overview

The Department of Agriculture is an Australian Government body which is responsible for enhancing the sustainability, profitability and competitiveness of Australia's agriculture, food, fisheries and forestry industries. The department employs approximately 4,440 full-time staff in Australia and overseas, and is administered from its head office in Canberra.

The Department of Agriculture's primary function is the development and implementation of policy to keep Australia's agricultural, fishery and forestry industries sustainable and competitive. The Department of Agriculture is made up of the following divisions:

 

  • Trade and Market Access Division
  • Sustainability and Biosecurity Policy Division
  • Service Delivery Division
  • Information Services Division
  • Finance and Business Support Division
  • Exports Division
  • Compliance Division
  • Agricultural Policy Division
  • Agricultural Adaption and Forestry Division
  • Biosecurity Services Group - Animal
  • Biosecurity Services Group - Plant

 

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