List of Australian Commonwealth Government Entities

This is a list of Australian Commonwealth Government departments, bureaus, authorities, commissions and corporations.

A new Government led by the Leader of the Australian Labor Party, the Hon Julia Gillard MP, was sworn in by the Governor-General of Australia on 24 June 2010. The new Government has changed the structure and portfolios of a number of agencies.

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