Corporate information

The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) is a Statutory Authority established under the National Film and Sound Archive Act 2008 (NFSA Act), and subject to the Commonwealth Authorities and Companies Act 1997 (CAC Act) and the Public Service Act 1999. We also recognise our responsibilities to carry out our activities in accordance with the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 2003 (EPBC Act). In October 2013, the NFSA, along with other national cultural institutions, transferred to the portfolio of the Attorney General’s Department. We report to the Minister for the Arts.

  • Draft Strategic Plan and stakeholder engagement

    The NFSA Strategic Plan 2014-15 to 2016-17 articulates our vision, key principles, and a three-year strategic focus. Find out how you can participate in the process.

  • Enterprise Agreement

    Our Enterprise Agreement forms the terms and conditions for staff at the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia through to 30 June 2014.

  • Corporate Plan

  • Annual reports

    Annual reports for the NFSA since it became a statutory authority in 2008.

  • NFSA Act 2008

  • People

    The NFSA Senior Executive Group

  • NFSA Board

    The Board of the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia is responsible for the overall performance of the organisation, including setting the strategic direction and establishing goals for management.

  • Service Charter

  • Budget statements

    Commonwealth Budget and Portfolio Budget Statements 2014-15

  • Departmental file list

    Part of the Australian Government’s ongoing commitment to give Australians greater access to relevant government information quickly and easily.

  • Statutory Appointments

    The National Film and Sound Archive Act 2008 (the NFSA Act) provides that a Board shall be responsible for ensuring the proper and efficient performance of the National Film and Sound Archive’s functions.

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