- What does the Registry do?
- Who is the Industrial Registrar?
- Budgets & expenditure
- Contracts & tenders
- Employment opportunities
- Departmental File Listing
What does the Registry do?
The Australian Industrial Registry (the Registry) provides administrative support to the Australian Industrial Relations Commission. It also has responsibilities relating to the registration of unions and employer associations and their financial accountability.
Who is the Industrial Registrar?
The head of the Registry is known as the Industrial Registrar. The current Industrial Registrar is Mr Doug Williams. He is based in Melbourne.
Budgets & expenditure
Access Registry financial information including the annual procurement plan and legal services expenditure.
Contracts & tenders
Find a list of contracts with a value of $100,000 or more which have not been fully performed or which have been entered into in the previous 12 months.
Information for those interested in employment with the Registry.
Departmental File Listing
A list of files created by the Registry relating to policy advising functions, the development of legislation and other matters of public administration.