Financial reporting

We report procurement contracts, grants and our legal services expenditure.

Senate Order 192 (Murray Motion)

Pursuant to the Senate Order for departmental and agency procurement contracts, the Organ and Tissue Authority is required to list all active procurement contracts valued at or above $100,000 on AusTender.

The Senate Order is produced at the conclusion of the Financial Year and the Calendar Year, providing 2 reporting periods each year.

The Senate Order for entity procurement contracts can be found on the AusTender Senate Order Report.

Grant reporting

GrantConnect is the whole-of-government grants information system. GrantConnect centralises publication and reporting of Commonwealth Grants.

In accordance with the Commonwealth Grants Rules and Guidelines, all Government grants awarded are published on GrantConnect no later than 21 calendar days of the grant agreement taking effect.

Grants prior to 2018

Read reporting of grants awarded by the Organ and Tissue Authority up to 30 December 2017:

Estimated cost of complying

Based on an average hourly rate calculation for each level of officer involved in the process, the estimated cost of complying with this order is approximately $1,000.

Legal services reporting

Paragraph 11.1 (ba) of the Legal Service Directions 2017 requires that, by 30 October each year, agencies make publicly available records of the legal services expenditure for the previous financial year.

OTA Legal services expenditure report 2022–23

Expenditure Amount ($)
Internal legal services expenditure -
External legal services expenditure $45,426

Executive remuneration

Executive remuneration reporting is published in our Annual Report.