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					                      ADF Pay and Conditions Manual – Version 2
                                           AL12 (October 2009)

The Directorate of Conditions Information and Policy Services DEFWEB site
(http://intranet.defence.gov.au/pac) and Internet site (http://www.defence.gov.au/dpe/pac) are continuously
updated with changes to the ADF Pay and Conditions Manual – Version 2 (PACMAN). Readers should
check the “What’s New” page for advice on recent changes.

Web-based amendments are available online within three working days of the amendment being
signed. You can find the amendments on the above listed websites. In the left hand menu select
PACMAN then Amendment List and select the amendment you need. If you would like to use this
option to print the amendments as soon as they are available and stop receiving hard copy
amendments, contact us at PACMAN@defence.gov.au. Please list your full unit name, abbreviated unit
name, full postal address and the number of hard copies you wish to hold in the email.

PLEASE NOTE: The PACMAN is no longer distributed through the DPS distribution system (DAARTS).
All distribution queries should be directed to PACMAN@defence.gov.au. To alter contact and address
details, or for queries about PACMAN, please email us at the above email address, include the full unit
name, abbreviated unit name and full postal address with your query.

This amendment includes changes made to determinations and administrative guidance on pay and conditions
of service for members of the Australian Defence Force. Major changes are as follows:

    new provisions for aviation specialists – wef 1 October 2009 – Chapter 3 Part 1 Part B Division 3;
    amendments to pay grades – wef 1 September 2009 – Chapter 3 Part 1 Schedule B.9 and Schedule B.11;
    changes for Reserve members – wef 1 October 2009 – Chapter 3 Part 2 Division 1;
    new aircrew capability allowance – wef 1 October 2009 – Chapter 4 Part 3 Division 1A;
    new air traffic controller capability allowance – wef 1 October 2009 – Chapter 4 Part 3 Division 1B;
    changes to the legal officer sessional fee – wef 17 September 2009 – Chapter 4 Part 8 Division 1;
    changes to removals and housing on depeloyment – wef 3 September 2009 – various;
    new provisions for funeral costs – wef 30 September 2009 – Chapter 11 Part 4;
    new provision for travel on second overseas posting – wef 1 October 2009 – Chapter 15 Part 3 Division 7;
    new approved club for Kuwait – wef 30 September 2009 – Chapter 15 Part 7;
    changes to hardship allowance – wef 30 August 2009 – Chapter 16 Part 2 and Annex 16.A.

Amendments may include those authorised under section 58B or 58H of the Defence Act 1903; amendments
authorised under the Defence Collective Agreement 2006-2009 (DeCA); amendments to the Instruments of
Authorisation made by the CDF, Secretary and the Service Chiefs'; and amendments to related administrative
guidance.

All care is taken in maintaining the accuracy of the information in this manual. However, the limited numbers of
paper copies only incorporate the legislation and administrative guidance in effect up to 9 October 2009. For
the latest changes, see the DEFWEB or internet sites listed at the top of the page.

To obtain the date of effect and an explanation of changes to the determinations, see Part 6 ‘Clause Notes’ of
the PACMATE. If you have any questions regarding the use of the clause notes please contact us on the email
address listed above.

The amendments are made under the authority of the CDF, as set out in the preface to the manual.




I SINGH
Director Conditions Information and Policy Services
Personnel Policy and Employment Conditions Branch
People Strategies and Policy Group

16 October 2009
1.    Amend PACMATE, Volume 1, Volume 2 and the Overseas Conditions of Service Volume by removing
and/or inserting the following pages:

PACMATE                                       Remove                   Insert
Part 2 – Alphabetical index – A               Pages 3 to 8             Pages 3 to 8
Part 2 – Alphabetical index – C               Pages 3 to 6             Pages 3 to 6
Part 2 – Alphabetical index – F               Page 1/2                 Page 1/2
Part 4 – CDF Authorisation Annex 4.B          Pages 1 to 4             Pages 1 to 6
         Chapters 1 & 2
Part 4 – CDF Authorisation Annex 4.B          Page 3/4                 Pages 3 to 6
         Chapter 4
Part 4 – CDF Authorisation Annex 4.B          Page 3/4                 Page 3/4
         Chapter 6                            Pages 7 to 16            Pages 7 to 18
Part 4 – CDF Authorisation Annex 4.B          Page 1/2                 Page 1/2
         Chapter 7                            Page 5/6                 Page 5/6
                                              Pages 13 to 22           Pages 13 to 22
Part 4 – CDF Authorisation Annex 4.B          Pages 1 to 4             Pages 1 to 4
         Chapter 8
Part 4 – CDF Authorisation Annex 4.B          Pages 1 to 6             Pages 1 to 6
         Chapter 9                            Page 11/12               Page 11/12
Part 4 – CDF Authorisation Annex 4.B          Page 1/2                 Page 1/2
         Chapters 10 & 11
Part 4 – CDF Authorisation Annex 4.B          Pages 1 to 4             Page 1/2
         Chapter 12
Part 4 – CDF Authorisation Annex 4.B          Page 7/8                 Page 7/8
         DFRT
Part 4 – CDF Authorisation Annex 4.B          Pages 1 to 18            Pages 1 to 18
         Amendments
Part 4 – Secretary Authorisation Division 3   Page 1/2                 Page 1/2
Part 4 – Secretary Authorisation Annex 4.C    Page 1/2                 Page 1/2
Part 4 – Secretary Authorisation Annex 4.C    Page 1/2                 Page 1/2
         Chapter 12
Part 4 – Secretary Authorisation Annex 4.C    Page 5/6                 Page 5/6
         Chapter 15
Part 4 – Secretary Authorisation Annex 4.C    Pages 1 to 4             ---
         Amendments
Part 6 – Clause notes Annex 6.A               Pages 1 to 6             Pages 1 to 6
                                              Page 9/10                Page 9/10
                                              Pages 17 to 50           Pages 17 to 50
Part 6 – Clause notes Annex 6.B               Page 3/4                 Page 3/4

Volume 1                                      Remove                   Insert
Chapter 1 – Part 3 Division 2                 Pages 1 to 12            Pages 1 to 12
Chapter 1 – Part 6                            Pages 1 to 4             Pages 1 to 4
Chapter 3 – Contents                          Pages 1 to 6             Pages 1 to 8
Chapter 3 – Part 1                            Page 1/2                 Page 1/2
Chapter 3 – Part 1 Part B Division 3          Pages 1 to 4             Pages 1 to 4
Chapter 3 – Part 1 Clause notes               Page 1/2                 Page 1/2
Volume 1 cont'd                           Remove          Insert
Chapter 3 – Part 1 Schedule B.2 Part 1    Pages 1 to 4    Page 1/2
Chapter 3 – Part 1 Schedule B.2 Part 2    Pages 1 to 10   Pages 1 to 14
Chapter 3 – Part 1 Schedule B.2 Part 3    Pages 1 to 12   Pages 1 to 12
Chapter 3 – Part 1 Schedule B.2 Part 4    Pages 1 to 6    Pages 1 to 8
Chapter 3 – Part 1 Schedule B.9 Part 1    Pages 5 to 8    Pages 5 to 8
Chapter 3 – Part 1 Schedule B.9 Part 2    Page 7/8        Page 7/8
Chapter 3 – Part 1 Schedule B.11 Part 2   Pages 3 to 22   Pages 3 to 22
Chapter 3 – Part 1 Schedule B.13          Pages 1 to 4    Pages 1 to 4
Chapter 3 – Part 1 Schedule B.14          ---             Insert after Schedule B.13
                                                          Page 1/2
Chapter 3 – Part 2 Division 1             Pages 5 to 8    Pages 5 to 8
Chapter 3 – Part 5                        Page 1/2        Page 1/2
Chapter 4 – Contents                      Pages 1 to 14   Pages 1 to 14
Chapter 4 – Part 3                        Page 1/2        Page 1/2
Chapter 4 – Part 3 Division 1A            ---             Insert after Division 1
                                                          Pages 1 to 6
Chapter 4 – Part 3 Division 1B            ---             Insert after Division 1A
                                                          Pages 1 to 4
Chapter 4 – Part 3 Division 5             Pages 3 to 6    Pages 3 to 8
Chapter 4 – Part 3 Division 12            Pages 5 to 8    Pages 5 to 8
Chapter 4 – Part 3 Annex 4.3.D            Page 1/2        Page 1/2
Chapter 4 – Part 3 Division 13            Page 5/6        Page 5/6
Chapter 4 – Part 8 Division 1             Pages 1 to 6    Pages 1 to 6
Chapter 5 – Part 8 Division 2             Page 3/4        Page 3/4


Volume 2                                  Remove          Insert

Chapter 6 – Part 1 Division 2             Page 1/2        Page 1/2
Chapter 6 – Part 3                        Page 1/2        Page 1/2
Chapter 6 – Part 6 Division 1             Page 1/2        Page 1/2
Chapter 6 – Part 6 Division 3             Pages 1 to 4    Pages 1 to 6
Chapter 6 – Part 6 Division 4             Page 5/6        Page 5/6
                                          Page 9/10       Page 9/10
Chapter 6 – Part 6 Division 6             Pages 3 to 6    Pages 3 to 6
Chapter 6 – Part 6 Division 7             Page 3/4        Page 3/4
                                          Page 9/10       Page 9/10
Chapter 6 – Part 6 Division 10            Page 3/4        Page 3/4
Chapter 6 – Part 8                        Page 1/2        Page 1/2
Chapter 7 – Contents                      Pages 3 to 8    Pages 3 to 8
Chapter 7 – Part 1 Division 3             Page 1/2        Page 1/2
Chapter 7 – Part 3 Division 1             Page 7/8        Page 7/8
Chapter 7 – Part 3 Division 2             Page 3/4        Pages 3 to 6
Volume 2 cont'd                                Remove               Insert

Chapter 7 – Part 3 Division 3                  Pages 1 to 4         Pages 1 to 4
Chapter 7 – Part 5 Division 9                  Pages 3 to 10        Pages 3 to 10
Chapter 7 – Part 5A Division 1                 Pages 1 to 4         Pages 1 to 4
Chapter 7 – Part 5A Division 2                 Page 1/2             Pages 1 to 4
Chapter 7 – Part 6 Division 3                  Page 1/2             Page 1/2
Chapter 7 – Part 6 Division 5                  Pages 1 to 6         Pages 1 to 6
Chapter 7 – Part 7 Division 1                  Pages 3 to 6         Pages 3 to 6
Chapter 8 – Part 4 Division 1                  Pages 1 to 4         Pages 1 to 4
Chapter 8 – Part 4 Division 2                  Pages 5 to 8         Pages 5 to 8
Chapter 8 – Part 4 Division 4                  Pages 1 to 4         Pages 1 to 4
Chapter 8 – Part 4 Division 5                  Pages 1 to 4         Pages 1 to 4
Chapter 8 – Part 7                             Pages 1 to 6         Pages 1 to 6
Chapter 9 – Part 1                             Pages 1 to 4         Pages 1 to 4
                                               Page 7/8             Page 7/8
Chapter 9 – Part 2 Division 2                  Page 1/2             Page 1/2
Chapter 9 – Part 2 Division 3                  Page 1/2             Page 1/2
Chapter 9 – Part 2 Division 4                  Page 3/4             Page 3/4
Chapter 9 – Part 2 Division 5                  Page 1/2             Page 1/2
Chapter 9 – Part 3 Division 1                  Pages 1 to 6         Pages 1 to 6
Chapter 9 – Part 3 Division 8                  Page 1/2             Page 1/2
Chapter 9 – Part 6 Division 3                  Page 1/2             Page 1/2
Chapter 9 – Part 6 Division 4                  Page 1/2             Page 1/2
Chapter 10 – Part 2                            Page 1/2             Page 1/2
Chapter 11 – Contents                          Page 1/2             Page 1/2
Chapter 11 – Overview                          Page 1/2             Page 1/2
Chapter 11 – Part 3                            Page 1/2             Page 1/2
Chapter 11 – Part 4                            ---                  Insert after Part 3
                                                                    Pages 1 to 4


Overseas Conditions of Service                 Remove               Insert
Chapter 15 – Contents                          Pages 3 to 6         Pages 3 to 6
Chapter 15 – Part 2 Division 6                 Page 5/6             Page 5/6
Chapter 15 – Part 3                            Page 1/2             Page 1/2
Chapter 15 – Part 3 Division 7                 Page 1/2             Pages 1 to 4
Chapter 15 – Part 7                            Page 3/4             Page 3/4
Chapter 16 – Part 2                            Page 1/2             Pages 1 to 4
Chapter 16 – Annex 16.A                        Pages 1/2            Page 1/2
Chapter 17 – Part 5 Division 1                 Pages 5 to 8         Pages 5 to 8
Chapter 17 – Part 7 Division 1                 Pages 5 to 8         Pages 5 to 8

2.    Please complete the amendment list at the front of PACMATE.
                                                       Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




adventurous training instructor allowance                Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 1
advice for administrators                                PACMATE Pt 1
advice on financial matters see financial advice and
counselling
aerospace engineers' retention allowance                 Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 5
Afghanistan (operational area)                           OCS Chap 17 Pt 9 and 10
agent (home sale or purchase) – definition               Chap 6 Pt 2 clause 6.2.5
aide-de-camp allowance                                   Chap 10 Pt 3
Air Force completion and retention bonuses
-     Air Traffic Control retention bonus                Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 33
-     High Readiness Reserve completion bonus            Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 10
      Logistics Officers retention bonus                 Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 3; Annex 3.5.B
-     Military instructor completion bonus               Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 34
-     Military instructor on Reserve service             Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 35
      completion bonus
-     targeted pilot retention bonus                     Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 30; Annex 3.5.ZF
Air Force Reserve Ground Defence Reserve Group           Chap 4 Pt 8 Div 2
(Operations) annual proficiency bonus
air freight (baggage)                                    OCS Chap 14 Pt 4 Div 2
air traffic control record – definition                  Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 5 clause 3.5.42
air traffic controllers retention allowance              Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 5
air travel                                               Chap 9 Pt 1; Pt 2 Div 4
-     long-term posting overseas                         OCS Chap 14 Pt 4 Div 1
-     short-term duty overseas                           OCS Chap 13 Pt 2 Div 1
-     star rank officers                                 Chap 4 Pt 6
-     to obtain health care                              OCS Chap 15 Pt 5 Div 3 clause 15.5.18
-     for travel on duty – definition                    Chap 9 clause 9.0.3
-     warlike and non-warlike deployments                OCS Chap 17 Pt 3 clause 17.3.2
aircraft allowance                                       Chap 9 Pt 7
Airfield Defence Guards annual proficiency bonus         Chap 4 Pt 8 Div 2
Albania (operational area)                               OCS Chap 17 Pt 9; Annex 17.9.A
Alice Springs, NT (remote location)                      Chap 5 Pt 2 Div 3 Annex 5.2.A
allotment certificates, for overseas deployment          OCS Chap 17 Pt 1 Div 1 clause 17.1.10;
                                                         Annex 17.1.A
allowable travel cost – definition                       OCS Chap 12 Pt 3 clause 12.3.3
-    see also travel costs
allowable travel time (vehicle allowance)                Chap 9 Pt 6 Div 3 clause 9.6.16; Div 5 clause 9.6.27
-    definition                                          Chap 9 Pt 6 Div 1 clause 9.6.7
Allowances
-    adventurous training instructor                     Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 1
-    aide-de-camp                                        Chap 10 Pt 3
-    Air Force Reserve Ground Defence Reserve            Chap 4 Pt 8 Div 2
     Group (Operations)
-    air traffic controller capability                   Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 1B
-    aircraft                                            Chap 9 Pt 7
-    aircrew capability                                  Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 1A
-    Antarctic                                           Chap 4 Pt 4 Div 7 to 10
-    arduous conditions                                  Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 2
-    Army Individual Emergency Reserve                   Chap 4 Pt 8 Div 3
-    attendance (Reserve service)                        Chap 4 Pt 8 Div 5


PACMATE                                 AL12 (October 2009)                             Alphabetical index – A – 3
                                                    Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




Allowances – cont
-    attraction – Papua New Guinea                    OCS Chap 16 Pt 8 clause 16.8.5
-    Cadet forces                                     Chap 4 Pt 8 Div 6
-    camping (short-term duty overseas) [APS          OCS Chap 13 Pt 2 Div 5
     only]
-    child                                            OCS Chap 15 Pt 2 Div 4
-    child reunion                                    OCS Chap 15 Pt 2 Div 5
-    civil practice support                           OCS Chap 17 Pt 9 Div 4
-    clothing (overseas)                              OCS Chap 15 Pt 2 Div 7 clause 15.2.40
-    common duties                                    Chap 4 Pt 4 Div 9
-    Defence Attache Baghdad                          OCS Chap 16 Pt 8 clause 16.8.3
-    deployment                                       OCS Chap 17 Pt 9 Div 1; Annex 17.9.A
-    during detention or suspension                   Chap 3 Pt 6; Chap 7 Pt 1 Div 1 clause 7.1.9
-    district                                         Chap 4 Pt 4 Div 1 and 2; Annex 4.4.A
-    disturbance                                      Chap 6 Pt 1 Div 2; Chap 5 Pt 8 Annex 5.8.A
-    diving                                           Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 3
-    East Timor peace enforcement                     OCS Chap 17 Pt 9 Div 2
-    efficiency (Army Individual Emergency            Chap 4 Pt 8 Div 3 clause 4.8.17
     Reserve )
-    Emergency Forces                                 Chap 4 Pt 8 Div 3 clause 4.8.15
-    equipment (overseas)                             OCS Chap 13 Pt 3 Div 2; Chap 17 Pt 5 Div 1
                                                      clause 17.5.15; Pt 6 Div 1 clause 17.6.8; Pt 7 Div 1
                                                      clause 17.7.15
-   field                                             Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 4; Chap 5 Pt 2 Div 3 clause 5.2.14
-   flying and flight duties                          Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 5
-   hard lying                                        Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 7; Chap 5 Pt 2 Div 3 clause 5.2.13
-   hardship                                          OCS Chap 16 Pt 2; Annex 16.A; OCS Chap 17
                                                      Pt 4 Div 2 clause 17.4.11; Pt 5 Div 2 clause 17.5.18;
                                                      Pt 6 Div 2 clause 17.6.11; Pt 7 Div 2 clause 17.7.18;
                                                      Pt 9 Div 1 clause 17.9.13; Div 3 clause 17.9.26
-   health support – Reserves                         Chap 4 Pt 8 Div 7, Annex 4.8.A
-   higher duties                                     Chap 4 Pt 1
-   Home Purchase or Sale Expenses                    Chap 6 Pt 2; Div 1 clause 6.2.8; Div 2
-   housing                                           Chapter 7; Chap 2 Pt 1 Div 2 clause 2.1.11
-   international campaign                            OCS Chap 17 Pt 9 Div 3; Annexes 17.9.B and
                                                      17.9.C
-   language proficiency                              Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 8
-   larder                                            Chap 7 Pt 4 Div 4 clause 7.4.21
-   leave without pay                                 Chap 5 Pt 8 Div 1 clause 5.8.6; Div 2
                                                      clause 5.8.14; Annex 5.8.A
-   living overseas                                   OCS Chap 15 Pt 2
-   location (in Australia)                           Chap 4 Pt 4; Chap 5 Pt 3 Div 4 clause 5.3.22
-   location (overseas)                               OCS Chap 16 Pt 8
-   long service leave                                Chap 5 Pt 3 Div 4
-   loss or suspension of allowances                  Chap 3 Pt 6
-   meals                                             Chap 4 Pt 5; Pt 8; Chap 7 Pt 7; Annex 7.C
-   meals and incidental expenses (travel)            Chap 9 Pt 5; Annex 9.5.A
-   meals and incidental expenses (overseas)          OCS Chap 13 Pt 3 Div 1; Pt 4 Div 1; Chap 14 Pt 5;
                                                      Pt 6 Div 1; Chap 15 Pt 2 Div 7
-   medical officers – civil practice support         OCS Chap 17 Pt 9 Div 4
-   medical residency – additional salary             Chap 4 Pt 7 Div 2


PACMATE                                  AL12 (October 2009)                         Alphabetical index – A – 4
                                                     Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




Allowances – cont
-    Navy capability                                   Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 9
-    Navy engineer – retention                         Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 6
-    non-warlike deployment                            OCS Chap 17 Pt 6 Div 2; Pt 7 Div 2
-    occupation-based                                  Chap 4 Pt 3
-    operational support [APS only]                    OCS Chap 17 Pt 10
-    overseas                                          OCS Chap 15 Pt 2
-    paratrooper                                       Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 10
-    payment instead of recreation leave               Chap 5 Pt 2 Div 6 clause 5.2.32
-    payment while on long service leave               Chap 5 Pt 3 Div 4 clause 5.3.23
-    payment while on recreation leave                 Chap 5 Pt 2 Div 6 clause 5.2.30
-    peace enforcement – East Timor                    OCS Chap 17 Pt 9 Div 2
-    Port Wakefield                                    Chap 4 Pt 4 Div 4
-    qualification and occupation-based allowances     Chap 4 Pt 3
-    relocation                                        Chap 6 Pt 1
-    removal on long-term duty overseas                OCS Chap 14 Pt 3
-    rent                                              Chap 7 Pt 6; Annexes 7.A, 7.B and 7.D
-    Reserve                                           Chap 4 Pt 8 Div 8
-    retention                                         Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 5
-    retention (Marine Technical and Electronics       Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 5A; Annex 3.5.F
     Technical (sailor)) – Navy
-    Scherger                                          Chap 4 Pt 4 Div 6
-    seagoing                                          Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 11
-    separation                                        Chap 6 Pt 1 Div 1; OCS Chap 17 Pt 4 Div 2
                                                       clause 17.4.11; Pt 5 Div 2 clause 17.5.18; Pt 6 Div 2
                                                       clause 17.6.11; Pt 7 Div 2 clause 17.7.18; Pt 9 Div 1
                                                       clause 17.9.13; Div 3 clause 17.9.26
-   service                                            Chap 4 Pt 2 Div 1; Chap 2 Pt 1 Div 2 clause 2.1.10;
                                                       Chap 5 Pt 2 Div 6 clause 5.2.30; Pt 3 Div 4
                                                       clause 5.3.22
-   Service police plain clothes                       Chap 10 Pt 5
-   service with the UN (ADF members)                  OCS Chap 12 Pt 4 clause 12.4.5
-   service with the UN (APS employees)                OCS Chap 12 Pt 5 clause 12.5.5
-   settling in/settling out                           OCS Chap 14 Pt 5
-   short-term duty overseas                           OCS Chap 13 Pt 3
-   special forces disability                          Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 12
-   specialist operations                              Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 13
-   submarine                                          Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 14 and 15; Chap 5 Pt 2 Div 3
                                                       clause 5.2.13
-   submarine posting (food allowance)                 Chap 7 Pt 7 Div 2 clause 7.7.17
-   tax issues and alerts                              PACMATE Pt 3
-   temporary accommodation                            Chap 7 Pt 4; Annex 7.C
-   third-country deployments                          OCS Chap 17 Pt 8
-   trainee                                            Chap 4 Pt 7 Div 6
-   trainee's dependant                                Chap 4 Pt 7 Div 1
-   transfer (overseas)                                OCS Chap 14 Pt 3 Div 3
-   travel card                                        Chap 9 Pt 5 Div 2
-   travelling                                         Chap 9 Pt 5
-   travelling overseas                                OCS Chap 13 Pt 3; Chap 14 Pt 4; Chap 15 Pt 3
-   uniform                                            Chap 10 Pt 1; Chap 2 Pt 1 Div 2 clause 2.1.13
-   vehicle                                            Chap 9 Pt 6

PACMATE                                AL12 (October 2009)                            Alphabetical index – A – 5
                                                      Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




Allowances – cont
-    warlike deployment                                 OCS Chap 17 Pt 4 Div 2; Pt 5 Div 2
-    Woomera                                            Chap 4 Pt 4 Div 3
ambulance costs                                         OCS Chap 15 Pt 5 Div 2 clause 15.5.12
amendments to PACMAN                                    Chap 1 Pt 1 clause 1.1.10; Annex 1.1.A
ancillary services (health care) see health care
annexes (in PACMAN) – changes in                        Chap 1 Pt 1 clause 1.1.6
annuities for members awarded certain medals            Chap 3 Pt 7
Antarctic allowances                                    Chap 4 Pt 4 Div 7 to 10; Chap 5 Pt 3 Div 4
                                                        clause 5.3.22
Antarctic Convergence – definition                      Chap 4 Pt 4 Div 7 clause 4.4.43
Antarctica                                              Chap 5 Pt 2 Div 3 Annex 5.2.A
-    definition                                         Chap 4 Pt 4 Div 7 clause 4.4.43
anti-discrimination                                     Chap 1 Pt 5 clause 1.5.7
antimalarial drugs                                      OCS Chap 14 Pt 2 Div 1
apartment (serviced apartment)                          Chap 7 Pt 4 Div 2
-    definition                                         Chap 7 Pt 1 Div 3 clause 7.1.14
appeals (members’ rights)                               Chap 1 Pt 5 clause 1.5.7; Chap 11 Pt 2 Div 5
                                                        clause 11.2.25
applicants to join the ADF                              Chap 2 Pt 1; Chap 9 Pt 2 Div 1
appointment residences                                  Chap 7 Pt 5 Div 3 clause 7.5.16
approach control rating                                 Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 5 clause 3.5.42
approved absence (for career transition activities)     Chap 2 Pt 2 Div 5 and 6
approved service provider – definition                  Chap 6 clause 6.0.3
APS employees
-    employment with the UN                             OCS Chap 12 Pt 5
-    operational support allowance                      OCS Chap 17 Pt 10
-    overseas conditions of service identical for       OCS Chap 12 Pt 1 clause 12.1.4; Chap 1 Pt 2
     ADF and APS                                        Div 1 clause 1.2.7
-    overseas employment income                         PACMATE Pt 3 Div 3 clause 3.17
-    representation supplement (overseas)               OCS Chap 15 Pt 4 Div 6 clause 15.4.29
APS classifications and ADF ranks                       Chap 1 Pt 4 clause 1.4.3
Arabian Gulf and Arabian Sea (operational areas)        OCS Chap 17 Pts 9 and 10
arduous conditions allowance                            Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 2
arduous duties
-    extra recreation leave                             Chap 5 Pt 2 Div 4
-    rate (operational support allowance)               OCS Chap 17 Pt 10 Div 1
ARL (additional recreation leave) see recreation
leave – additional
armed forces of another country                         Chap 5 Pt 2 Div 6 clause 5.2.31
armed threat see threat level
Army completion and Retention bonuses
-    1st Recruit Training Battalion recruit             Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 22
     instructors scheme
-    Critical employment category retention bonus       Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 20
-    Expansion and rank retention and completion        Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 19
     bonus
-    High Readliness Reserve completion bonus           Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 9
-    Military instructor on temporary duty              Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 28
-    targeted pilot retention bonus                     Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 30


PACMATE                                  AL12 (October 2009)                           Alphabetical index – A – 6
                                                     Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




Army completion and Retention bonuses – cont
-    trade transfer bonus                              Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 23
-    various pay categories completion bonus           Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 7
Army Individual Emergency Reserve entitlements         Chap 4 Pt 8 Div 3
Army member – Private Proficient (salary)              Chap 3 Pt 2 clause 3.2.12
Army – Regimental Sergeant Major of the Army           Chap 10 Pt 3
(aide-de-camp allowance)
Army’s Reserve Response Force                          Chap 4 Pt 8 Div 4
assigned for duty – definition                         OCS Chap 17 Pt 1 clause 17.1.2
assignment see allotment
assisted leave travel                                  OCS Chap 16 Pt 4; Annex 16.A
Atherton, Queensland (remote location)                 Chap 5 Pt 2 Div 3 Annex 5.2.A
attached for duty to another body                      Chap 5 Pt 2 Div 6 clause 5.2.31
attaches see Defence attaches
attendance (taken to attend)                           Chap 3 Pt 2 Div 1
attendance allowance                                   Chap 4 Pt 8 Div 5
attraction allowance – Papua New Guinea                OCS Chap 16 Pt 8 clause 16.8.5
auctioneer – definition                                Chap 6 Pt 2 clause 6.2.6
Australia – definition (for assisted leave travel)     OCS Chap 16 Pt 4 clause 16.4.2; Pt 5
                                                       clause 16.5.2; Pt 6 clause 16.6.2
Australian Active Service Medal                        OCS Chap 17 Pt 4 Div 2 clause 17.4.16; Pt 5 Div 2
                                                       clause 17.5.25
Australian Defence Force see ADF
Australian Defence Force Academy see ADFA
Australian Defence Language Proficiency Rating         Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 8
Scale
Australian National Antarctic Research Expedition      Chap 4 Pt 4 Div 7 clause 4.4.43
Australian Public Service see APS
Australian Navy, Army or Air Force Cadets see
Cadet forces
Australian Service Medal                               OCS Chap 17 Pt 6 Div 2 clause 17.6.16; Pt 7 Div 2
                                                       clause 17.7.25
Australian Defence Force Cadets see Cadet forces
Australian territories (remote locations)              Chap 5 Pt 2 Div 3 Annex 5.2.A
authorisations                                         PACMATE Pt 4; Chap 1 Pt 1 clause 1.1.7
authorised
-    definition (for aircraft allowance purposes)      Chap 9 Pt 7 clause 9.7.4
-    definition (for vehicle allowance purposes)       Chap 9 Pt 6 Div 1 clause 9.6.7
authorised travel (vehicle allowance) see vehicle
allowance
Ayr, Queensland (remote location)                      Chap 5 Pt 2 Div 3 Annex 5.2.A




PACMATE                                 AL12 (October 2009)                           Alphabetical index – A – 7
                     Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




PACMATE   AL12 (October 2009)                         Alphabetical index – A – 8
                                                       Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




class of air travel                                      Chap 9 Pt 1 clause 9.1.6
-    deployments                                         OCS Chap 17 Pt 3 clause 17.3.2
-    group travel                                        OCS Chap 13 Pt 2 Div 1
-    long-term posting overseas                          OCS Chap 14 Pt 4 Div 1
-    overseas study tour                                 OCS Chap 13 Pt 2 Div 1 clause 3.2.1
-    short-term duty overseas                            OCS Chap 13 Pt 2 Div 1
-    travel for health care                              OCS Chap 15 Pt 5 Div 3 clause 15.5.18
class of travel                                          Chap 9 Pt 1 clause 9.1.6
clause notes                                             PACMATE Pt 6
clearance diving position – definition                   Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 13
Clearance Divers and Mine Warfare Clearance              Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 31; Annex 3.5.ZG
Diving Officer retention bonus scheme
Clearance Diving Team                                    Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 13; Chap 5 Pt 2 Div 3
close relative – definition                              Chap 5 Pt 7 Div 2 clause 5.7.9; Chap 9 Pt 3 Div 7
                                                         clause 9.3.47; OCS Chap 15 Pt 3 Div 6
                                                         clause 15.3.31
close relative's death or illness, see compassionate
leave; compassionate travel
closest relative                                         Chap 9 Pt 4 clause 9.4.5
clothing and personal effects                            Chap 10
-     loss or damage                                     Chap 10 Pt 4
-     Service police plain clothes allowance             Chap 10 Pt 5
clothing expenses
-     for conformance with dress code (religious         OCS Chap 15 Pt 2 Div 7 clause 15.2.40
      custom)
-     during evacuation                                  OCS Chap 14 Pt 6 Div 1 clause 14.6.10
-     short-term duty overseas                           OCS Chap 13 Pt 3 Div 2
club membership overseas                                 OCS Chap 15 Pt 7
coach travel                                             Chap 9 Pt 1 clause 9.1.6; Pt 2 Div 4 clause 9.2.18
Cocos (Keeling) Islands (remote location)                Chap 5 Pt 2 Div 3 Annex 5.2.A
Collins Class submarine training see submarine
training
commandos see special action forces allowance;
specialist operations allowance
common duties allowance                                  Chap 4 Pt 4 Div 9
Commonwealth – definition                                Chap 1 Pt 3 Div 1 clause 1.3.11
Commonwealth authority – definition                      Chap 11 Pt 2 clause 11.2.5
Commonwealth Government department,                      Chap 5 Pt 2 Div 6 clause 5.2.31
secondment to
Commonwealth removalist – definition                     Chap 1 Pt 3 Div 1 clause 1.3.12
Commonwealth vehicles                                    Chap 4 Pt 6
communications (on deployments)                          OCS Chap 17 Pt 4 Div 2 clause 17.4.15; Pt 5 Div 2
                                                         clause 17.5.24; Pt 6 Div 2 clause 17.6.15; Pt 7 Div 2
                                                         clause 17.7.24;
commuting costs (overseas)                               OCS Chap 15 Pt 3 Div 2
compassionate leave                                      Chap 5 Pt 1 clause 5.1.3; Pt 7 Div 2 and 5; Chap 9
                                                         Pt 3 Div 7
-  see also carer's leave; compassionate travel;
   special leave
compassionate travel                                     Chap 9 Pt 3 Div 7; OCS Chap 15 Pt 3 Div 6
-  see also compassionate leave


PACMATE                                 AL12 (October 2009)                             Alphabetical index – C – 3
                                                     Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




compensation                                           Chap 2 Pt 2 Div 2 clause 2.2.16; Chap 11
-   definition                                         Chap 11 Pt 2 Div 1 clause 11.2.5
-   additional death benefit                           Chap 11 Pt 2 Div 2, Div 4 to 6
-   avoidance of double benefits                       Chap 11 Pt 2 Div 4
-   for loss or damage of possessions                  Chap 6 Pt 5; OCS Chap 14 Pt 6 Div 3
-   military compensation (Military Rehabilitation     Chap 11 Pt 1; Chap 2 Pt 2 Div 2 clause 2.2.16;
    and Compensation Scheme)                           Chap 5 Pt 1 clause 5.1.4
-   military compensation – additional                 Chap 11 Pt 2
-   payment authorisation and review of decisions      Chap 11 Pt 2 Div 5
-   payment of financial entitlements on death of      Chap 11 Pt 3
    member
-   personal injury or disease                         Chap 11 Pt 1; Pt 2 Div 3
-   under Safety, Rehabilitation and                   Chap 11 Pt 2
    Compensation Act 1988
compensation for costs incurred see allowances;
repayment to member; loss on sale; loss or
damage
competency levels                                      Chap 4 Pt 1 Div 1 clause 4.1.6; Chap 3 Pt 2 Div 4
-   see also proficiency
completion bonus                                       Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 4; Annex 3.5.C and 3.5.D
-   Air Force – High Readiness Reserve                 Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 10
-   Air Force – Military instructor                    Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 34
-   Air Force – Military instructor on Reserve         Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 35
    service
-   Army – 1st Recruit Training Battalion recruit      Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 22
    instructors scheme
-   Army – Expansion and rank                          Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 19; Annex 3.5.T
-   Army – High Readiness Reserve                      Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 9
-   Army – Military instructor on temporary duty       Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 28; Annex 3.5.ZC
-   Army – trade transfer                              Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 23; Annex 3.5.X and 3.5.Y
-   Army – various pay categories                      Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 7, Annex 3.5.G and 3.5.H
-   Medical officer                                    Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 27: Annex 3.5.ZB
-   Medical officer professional development           Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 26
    financial support scheme
-   Military instructors scheme                        Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 25; Annex 3.5.ZA
-   Navy – Acoustic Warfare Analyst and                Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 13; Annex 3.5.N
    Electronic Warfare Analyst Submarine
-   Navy – Aircrew                                     Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 15; Annex 3.5.P
-   Navy – Aviation Technician                         Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 14; Annex 3.5.O
-   Navy – Combat Systems Operator (sailor)            Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 11, Annex 3.5.L
-   Navy – Communication Information Systems           Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 12, Annex 3.5.M
-   Navy – Electronic Warfare Linguist                 Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 17; Annex 3.5.R
-   Navy – Electronics Technical (junior sailor)       Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 4A; Annex 3.5.E
-   Navy – Hydrographic Systems Manager                Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 16; Annex 3.5.Q
-   Navy – Marine Technical and Electronics            Chap 3 Pt 5 Div5A, Annex 3.5.F
    Technical (Sailors)
-   Navy – Medical Officer recruitment                 Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 29; Annex 3.5.ZE
-   Navy – Naval Police Coxswain                       Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 18; Annex 3.5.S
-   Navy – Recruit training instructors scheme         Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 24; Annex 3.5.Z
-   Navy – Seaman Officers                             Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 8, Annex 3.5.I
compulsory examination fees (education)                OCS Chap 15 Pt 6 Div 2 clause 15.6.13


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                                                         Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




compulsory residency
-  definition                                              Chap 1 Pt 3 Div 1 clause 1.3.13
compulsory retirement age – definition                     Chap 1 Pt 3 Div 1 clause 1.3.14; Chap 5 Pt 3 Div 1
                                                           clause 5.3.5
compulsory tuition fees                                    Chap 8 Pt 4 Div 4; OCS Chap 15 Pt 6
-    definition                                            Chap 8 Pt 4 clause 8.4.2
COMSUPER                                                   Chap 2 Pt 1 Div 3 clause 2.1.17
conditions of service
-    advice and administration                             PACMATE Pt 1
-    authorisations, decision-making and                   Chap 1 Pt 1
     determinations
-    changes                                               PACMATE Pt 6
-    guide for decision makers                             PACMATE Pt 5
-    identical for ADF and APS                             OCS Chap 12 Pt 1 clause 12.1.4
-    information sources                                   PACMATE Pt 1
-    legal authority for, see determinations
-    overseas service (overview)                           OCS Chap 12
-    policy                                                PACMATE Pt 1 clause 1.5 to 1.6
-    policy changes                                        Chap 1 Pt 1 clause 1.1.8
-    required reading                                      Chap 1
confined spaces see arduous conditions allowance
conflict of interest                                       Chap 1 Pt 5 clause 1.5.5
Conspicuous Gallantry Medal gratuity                       Chap 3 Pt 7
continuous effective service – definition                  Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 1 clause 3.5.7
-    see also length of service
continuous eligible service – definition                   Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 1 clause 3.5.7
continuous full-time service                               Chap 1 Pt 2 Div 2 clause 1.2.11
-    definition                                            Chap 1 Pt 3 Div 1 clause 1.3.15
contracts with the UN see United Nations
contribution (rent) – definition                           Chap 7 Pt 6 clause 7.6.3
contribution (temporary accommodation allowance)           Chap 7 Pt 4 Div 4 clause 7.4.19
– definition
contributions for accommodation                            Chap 7 Pt 3 Div 2 to 4; Annex 7.A1, 7.A2, 7.A3, 7.C
-    accommodation ashore                                  Chap 7 Pt 3 Div 4 clause 7.3.34
-    living-in accommodation                               Chap 7 Pt 3 Div 2 to 4; Pt 8
-    rent allowance                                        Chap 7 Pt 6 Div 3; Annex 7.A3
-    rent band choice                                      Chap 7 Pt 5 Div 9; Annex 7.A1
-    service residences                                    Chap 7 Pt 5 Div 9; Annex 7.A1
-    temporary accommodation                               Chap 7 Pt 4 Div 5; Annex 7.C
convalescence                                              Chap 5 Pt 1 clause 5.1.4; Chap 9 Pt 2 Div 5
                                                           clause 9.2.27
Coordinated Universal Time                                 OCS Chap 12 Pt 3 clause 12.3.19; Annex 12.3.A
cost compensation see allowances
cost of living
-    adjustment                                            OCS Chap 15 Pt 2 Div 2
-    relative, at posting location (post index)            OCS Chap 15 Pt 2 Div 1 clause 15.2.8;
                                                           Annex 15.2.A
costs associated with cancellation of, or recall from,     Chap 5 Pt 11
leave
costs of buying or selling a house see home
purchase or sale

PACMATE                                   AL12 (October 2009)                             Alphabetical index – C – 5
                                                   Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




counselling (financial)                              Chap 2 Pt 2 Div 9
counselling (outplacement)                           Chap 2 Pt 2 Div 7
-     see also Career Transition Assistance
      Scheme
Court of Inquiry – family assistance                 Chap 8 Pt 7
court proceedings (leave to attend)                  Chap 5 Pt 7 Div 7
critically ill – definition                          Chap 9 Pt 3 Div 7 clause 9.3.46
cruising speed (for aircraft allowance)              Chap 9 Pt 7 clause 9.7.7
cumulative sea service                               Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 11, Div 15
-     definition                                     Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 7
curriculum vitae                                     Chap 2 Pt 2 Div 7 clause 2.2.32; Div 8
custody see detention
Customer Service Centres                             PACMATE Pt 1 clause 1.8
CV see curriculum vitae




PACMATE                                 AL12 (October 2009)                         Alphabetical index – C – 6
                                                     Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




F                                                                                                     HOME
failure to complete service                            Chap 9 Pt 2 Div 7 clause 9.2.41
family assistance – Court of Inquiry                   Chap 8 Pt 7
family (nominated family)                              Chap 9 Pt 4 clause 9.4.3
family circumstances, changes in                       Chap 8 Pt 1 clause 8.1.4; Chap 9 Pt 3 Div 1
                                                       clause 9.3.11
family crisis see special leave
family – emergency support scheme                      Chap 8 Pt 5
Family Information Network for Defence (FIND)          PACMATE Pt 1 clause 1.9
family types                                           Chap 8 Pt 1 clause 8.1.1 to 8.1.4
fares (air travel in Australia)                        Chap 9 Pt 1 clause 9.1.5
feedback and suggestions on PACMAN                     Chap 1 Pt 1 clause 1.1.14; OCS Chap 12 Pt 2
                                                       clause 12.2.8
fees (sessional fees), Reserve legal officers          Chap 4 Pt 8 Div 1
field allowance                                        Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 4
field service                                          Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 4
financial advances (outlay advance)                    OCS Chap 14 Pt 2 Div 2 clause 14.2.6
financial advice and counselling                       Chap 2 Pt 2 Div 9; OCS Chap 14 Pt 2 Div 2
-     concerning investment of SIA or ADB amount       Chap 11 Pt 2 Div 6 clause 11.2.26
financial crises see compassionate leave; special
leave
financial loss on sale see loss on sale
FIND (Family Information Network for Defence)          PACMATE Pt 1 clause 1.9
first class air travel see class of air travel
fitness certificate                                    OCS Chap 14 Pt 2 Div 1
fitness facilities                                     OCS Chap 15 Pt 7
flag lieutenant (aide-de-camp allowance)               Chap 10 Pt 3
Fleet Supply Team                                      Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 11
flexible remuneration packaging (salary sacrifice)     Chap 3 Pt 3
flight – definition                                    Chap 5 Pt 2 Div 3 clause 5.2.10
flight duties                                          Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 5; Chap 5 Pt 1 clause 5.1.3;
                                                       Chap 5 Pt 2 Div 3
-     definition                                       Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 5
floral and non-floral tributes                         Chap 11 Pt 4
flying and flight duties allowance                     Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 5
flying duties see flight duties
flying-related position (flying allowance)             Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 6
flying service see flight duties
food allowance                                         Chap 7 Pt 7 Div 2
-     see also meal allowance
foreign language tuition                               OCS Chap 15 Pt 6 Div 2 clause 15.6.14
forms and administrative processes                     Chap 1 Pt 2 Div 1 clause 1.2.8
fortnightly rate – definition                          Chap 1 Pt 3 Div 1 clause 1.3.25
4RAR (4th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment)
see special action forces allowance
free fall instructor – definition                      Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 10
free fall paratrooper – definition                     Chap 4 Pt 3 Div 10
Fringe Benefits Tax                                    PACMATE Pt 3 Div 2; OCS Chap 14 Pt 6 Div 1;
                                                       Chap 17 Pt 4 Div 3 clause 17.4.21; Pt 5 Div 3
                                                       clause 17.5.30; Pt 6 Div 3 clause 17.6.21; Pt 7
                                                       Div 3 clause 17.7.30

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                                                     Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




Full-time service see continuous full-time service
funeral costs                                          Chap 11 Pt 4
funeral costs overseas
-     short-term duty                                  OCS Chap 13 Pt 2 Div 4 clause 13.2.12
-     long-term duty                                   Chap 15 Pt 8 clause 15.8.3
furniture and effects
-     definition                                       Chap 6 clause 6.0.3
-     compensation for loss on sale                    Chap 6 Pt 3
-     compensation for loss or damage                  Chap 6 Pt 5
-     removals and storage                             Chap 6 Pt 6 Div 2, Div 7
further service – definition                           Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 1 clause 3.5.7
further service obligation                             Chap 3 Pt 5 Div 1 clause 3.5.13




PACMATE                                  AL12 (October 2009)                          Alphabetical index – F – 2
                                                                                                     Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




                               AUTHORISATION TO EXERCISE POWERS UNDER A DETERMINATION
                                   FOR AND ON BEHALF OF THE CHIEF OF THE DEFENCE FORCE

DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15, CONDITIONS OF SERVICE

Chapter 1     Introduction (Required reading)


Provision                General description                                 Authorised person

Subclause 1.3.27.2       Approve a location as a member’s home port.         Director/Commanding Officer/Officer Commanding not below
                                                                             MAJ(E)/APS 6 in the member’s direct chain of command or
Subclause 1.3.27.4       Approve an area that a member proposes as their     supervision
                         posting locality.

Paragraph 1.3.52.1.b     Approve a greater area than an area described in
                         paragraph b if certain criteria are met.

Subclause 1.3.54.6       Decide that the member's posting period starts on A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
                         a day before or after the specified posting period. - Housing Management Centre (HMC) Manager
                                                                             - Relocations Manager of the Housing Management Centre
                                                                             - Removals Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre
                                                                             - National Relocations Manager
                                                                             - National Operations – Removals Manager
                                                                             Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                                                                             Assistant Director Entitlements
                                                                             Director Entitlements




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Provision              General description                                  Authorised person

Clause 1.3.58          Direct that a member is taken to have died on a      Director General Defence Community Organisation
                       particular date.

Subclause 1.3.76.3     Determine that a person would have met           Commanding Officers
                       interdependency and residency related conditions Commanding Officer – Navy
                       for recognition if they had been able to be
                       assessed on a specific date.                     Officer Commanding an independent sub-unit
                                                                        Officers not below the rank of CAPT(E) or WO1(E) for
                                                                        recruiting applicants only

Paragraph 1.3.78.2.c   Decide that a child lives, or is expected to live,   Assistant Director Entitlements
                       with the member on a frequent and regular basis.     Director Entitlements
Subclause 1.3.79.2     Decide that a person should be treated as a          Assistant Director Entitlements
                       dependant of the member for exceptional              Director Entitlements
                       reasons.
                                                                            Director General Navy People
                                                                            Director Navy Personnel Policy
                                                                            Director Navy Employment Conditions
                                                                            Director General Personnel – Air Force
                                                                            Director Military Administration – Air Force
                                                                            Deputy Director Personnel Concepts and Policy – Air Force
                                                                            Director General Personnel – Army
                                                                            Director Personnel Policy – Army




PACMATE                                                      AL12 (October 2009)                                          Part 4 – Annex 4.B Chapters 1 & 2 – 2
                                                                                                Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




Provision             General description                                 Authorised person

Subclause 1.3.79.2A   Recognise a person who does not normally live       Director General Navy Personnel and Training
                      with the member as a dependant for conditions       Director General Personnel – Army
                      of service purposes, if the person could be
                      recognised as a dependant under paragraph           Director General Personnel – Air Force
                      1.3.76.1.a or1.3.76.1.b had they normally lived
                      with the member.

Subclause 1.3.81.7    Decide that a member is taken to be a member   Assistant Director Entitlements
                      with dependants (unaccompanied), having regard Director Entitlements
                      to specified criteria.
                                                                     Director General Navy People
                                                                          Director Navy Personnel Policy
                                                                          Director Navy Employment Conditions
                                                                          Director General Personnel – Air Force
                                                                          Director Military Administration – Air Force
                                                                          Deputy Director Personnel Concepts and Policy – Air Force
                                                                          Director General Personnel – Army
                                                                          Director Personnel Policy – Army

Subclause 1.3.81.8    Decide that a member recognised as a member         Director General Navy Personnel and Training
                      with dependants under subclause 1.3.80.1A is        Director General Personnel – Army
                      taken to be a member with dependants
                      (unaccompanied).                                    Director General Personnel – Air Force




PACMATE                                                    AL12 (October 2009)                                        Part 4 – Annex 4.B Chapters 1 & 2 – 3
                                                                                               Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




Provision             General description                                  Authorised person

Subclause 1.6.3.2     Appoint a trustee to act on behalf of a person       Director General Defence Community Organisation
                      who is under a legal disability.

Paragraph 1.6.3.3.a   Give directions to a trustee.

Paragraph 1.6.4.1.b   Consider whether it is appropriate to make a
                      payment to a deceased member's legal personal
                      representative.

Subclause 1.6.4.2     Decide to divide the payment between more than
                      one dependant.




PACMATE                                                     AL12 (October 2009)                                      Part 4 – Annex 4.B Chapters 1 & 2 – 4
                                                                                                Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




Chapter 2       Joining and leaving the ADF


Provision                  General description                              Authorised person

Clause 2.2.13              Decide whether a medical condition arose from a Senior Regional Medical Officer
                           listed cause.




PACMATE                                                      AL12 (October 2009)                                      Part 4 – Annex 4.B Chapters 1 & 2 – 5
                                Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




PACMATE   AL12 (October 2009)                         Part 4 – Annex 4.B Chapters 1 & 2 – 6
                                                                                               Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




Provision            General description                                 Authorised person

Subclause 4.7.24.1   Approve the member to undertake in-Service          Director Naval Officers' Postings
                     refresher training, in one or more periods over     Director Officer Career Management
                     the member's service.
                                                                         Director Personnel – Air Force
Subclause 4.7.24.2   Approve the member to undertake in-Service          Director General Navy Personnel and training
                     refresher training, in one or more periods over
                     the member's service.                               Commander Australian Navy Systems Command
                                                                         Director General Personnel – Army
                                                                         Director General Personnel – Air Force




PACMATE                                                   AL12 (October 2009)                                             Part 4 – Annex 4.B Chapter 4 – 3
                                                                                                 Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




Provision             General description                                  Authorised person

Paragraph 4.8.5.1.b   Approve duty for the purpose of eligibility for      To approve periods of duty:
                      legal officer sessional fee.                         ADF legal officer, either in the Permanent Force or on continuous
                                                                           full-time service, not below CAPT(E).
                                                                           APS employee who is a legal practitioner located in the CDF
                                                                           Commission of Inquiry Directorate and classified as Executive
                                                                           Level 1 or higher.
                                                                           To approve:
                                                                           (a) a period of duty for a legal officer in a single matter, of up
                                                                           to 3 days; and
                                                                           (b) if Director Defence Counsel Services certifies that further
                                                                           periods of duty may be approved in relation to the matter that
                                                                           is the subject of the decision under paragraph (a), approve a
                                                                           subsequent period of duty for the legal officer in the same
                                                                           matter, of up to 3 days:
                                                                           APS employee located in the Directorate of Defence Counsel
                                                                           Services and classified as an Executive Level 1 or higher.
                                                                           To approve periods of duty that involve legal assistance for the
                                                                           purpose of a Defence Instruction (General):
                                                                           APS employee who is a legal practitioner performing the role of
                                                                           National Practice Manager located in Defence Legal Division.




PACMATE                                                     AL12 (October 2009)                                             Part 4 – Annex 4.B Chapter 4 – 4
                                                                                                    Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




Provision              General description                                  Authorised person

Paragraph 4.8.16.3.b   Decide that continued service in the Reserve         Director General Reserves – Army
                       Force would be detrimental to the member.

Paragraph 4.8.19.1.c   Certify that a member is proficient for service in
                       the Army's Reserve Response Force.

Subclause 4.9.4.2      Approve an additional amount of reimbursement        Assistant Director Entitlements
                       up to the amount of the extra risk premium.          Director Entitlements




PACMATE                                                      AL12 (October 2009)                                               Part 4 – Annex 4.B Chapter 4 – 5
                                Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




PACMATE   AL12 (October 2009)                              Part 4 – Annex 4.B Chapter 4 – 6
                                                                                               Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




Provision           General description                                Authorised person

Subclause 6.3.5.2   Decide that a person made reasonable efforts to    A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
                    sell a vehicle without incurring a loss.           -   Housing Management Centre (HMC) Manager
                                                                       -   Relocations Manager of the Housing Management Centre
                                                                       -   Removals Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre
                                                                       -   National Relocations Manager
                                                                       -   National Operations – Removals Manager
                                                                       Staff Officer – Housing and Accommodation
                                                                       Staff Officer – Dependants Entitlements
                                                                       Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                                                                       Assistant Director Entitlements
                                                                       Director Entitlements

Paragraph 6.6.4.2   Approve a member's removal at Commonwealth         Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                    expense when the relocation is due to              Assistant Director Entitlements
                    exceptional circumstances.
                                                                       Director Entitlements
                                                                       Director General Navy People
                                                                       Director Navy Personnel Policy
                                                                       Director Navy Employment Conditions
                                                                       Director General Personnel – Air Force
                                                                       Director Military Administration – Air Force
                                                                       Deputy Director Personnel Concepts and Policy – Air Force
                                                                       Director General Personnel – Army
                                                                       Director Personnel Policy – Army

PACMATE                                                 AL12 (October 2009)                                               Part 4 – Annex 4.B Chapter 6 – 3
                                                                                                  Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




Provision            General description                                  Authorised person

Subclause 6.6.12.1   Grant the removal of essential household items       A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
                     that are urgently required in advance of the bulk    -    Housing Management Centre (HMC) Manager
                     of the furniture and effects.                        -    Relocations Manager of the Housing Management Centre
                                                                          -    Removals Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre
Subclause 6.6.12.3   Approve the removal of urgently required items       -    National Relocations Manager
                     by private arrangements if the means is cost-        -    National Operations – Removals Manager
                     effective within the required time frame.
                                                                          Staff Officer – Housing and Accommodation
                                                                          Staff Officer – Dependants Entitlements
                                                                          Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                                                                          Assistant Director Entitlements
                                                                          Director Entitlements




PACMATE                                                    AL12 (October 2009)                                               Part 4 – Annex 4.B Chapter 6 – 4
                                                                                                   Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




Provision              General description                                 Authorised person

Paragraph 6.6.19.1.b   Decide that there are sufficient compassionate      Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                       reasons for removal of dependants to a chosen       Assistant Director Entitlements
                       location.
                                                                           Director Entitlements
Paragraph 6.6.19.1A    Grant a member with dependants a removal at         Director General Navy People
                       Commonwealth expense in certain
                       circumstances.                                      Director Navy Personnel Policy
                                                                           Director Navy Employment Conditions
                                                                           Director General Personnel – Air Force
                                                                           Director Military Administration – Air Force
                                                                           Deputy Director Personnel Concepts and Policy – Air Force
                                                                           Director General Personnel – Army
                                                                           Director Personnel Policy – Army

Subclause 6.6.19.6     Approve payment beyond the Commonwealth             Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                       limit for a removal to a chosen location, if the    Assistant Director Entitlements
                       compassionate reasons for the move have cause
                       the member financial hardship.                      Director Entitlements




PACMATE                                                     AL12 (October 2009)                                               Part 4 – Annex 4.B Chapter 6 – 7
                                                                                                 Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




Provision            General description                                 Authorised person

Subclause 6.6.20.3   Approve the payment beyond Commonwealth             Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                     limits if, during a removal to a chosen location    Assistant Director Entitlements
                     instead of a remote location for an Army or Air
                     Force member, the compassionate reasons for         Director Entitlements
                     the move have caused the member financial           Director General Personnel – Air Force
                     hardship.
                                                                         Director Military Administration – Air Force
                                                                         Deputy Director Personnel Concepts and Policy – Air Force
                                                                         Director General Personnel – Army
                                                                         Director Personnel Policy – Army

Subclause 6.6.21.4   Approve the payment beyond Commonwealth             Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                     limits if, during a removal to a chosen location    Assistant Director Entitlements
                     instead of a remote location for a Navy member,
                     the compassionate reasons for the move have         Director Entitlements
                     caused the member financial hardship.               Director General Navy People
                                                                         Director Navy Personnel Policy
                                                                         Director Navy Employment Conditions




PACMATE                                                   AL12 (October 2009)                                               Part 4 – Annex 4.B Chapter 6 – 8
                                                                                                    Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




Provision            General description                                    Authorised person

Subclause 6.6.22.2   Approve the payment beyond Commonwealth                Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                     limits if the compassionate reasons for a removal      Assistant Director Entitlements
                     of dependants from chosen location to current
                     posting location have caused the member                Director Entitlements
                     financial hardship.                                    Director General Navy People
                                                                            Director Navy Personnel Policy
                                                                            Director Navy Employment Conditions
                                                                            Director General Personnel – Air Force
                                                                            Director Military Administration – Air Force
                                                                            Deputy Director Personnel Concepts and Policy – Air Force
                                                                            Director General Personnel – Army
                                                                            Director Personnel Policy – Army

Subclause 6.6.24.2   Approve Commonwealth payment of storage                A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
                     costs for a member, if satisfied that the storage is   -   Housing Management Centre (HMC) Manager
                     required for reasons beyond the member’s               -   Relocations Manager of the Housing Management Centre
                     control.                                               -   Removals Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre
                                                                            -   National Relocations Manager
                                                                            -   Operations Removals Manager
                                                                            Staff Officer – Housing and Accommodation
                                                                            Staff Officer – Dependants Entitlements
                                                                            Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                                                                            Assistant Director Entitlements
                                                                            Director Entitlements

PACMATE                                                     AL12 (October 2009)                                                Part 4 – Annex 4.B Chapter 6 – 9
                                                                                         Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




Provision       General description                              Authorised person

Clause 6.6.25   Approve a member's removal costs if they move    Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                dependants to a location for compassionate       Assistant Director Entitlements
                reasons before a posting authority has been
                issued.                                          Director Entitlements
                                                                 Director General Navy People
                                                                 Director Navy Personnel Policy
                                                                 Director Navy Employment Conditions
                                                                 Director General Personnel – Air Force
                                                                 Director Military Administration – Air Force
                                                                 Deputy Director Personnel Concepts and Policy – Air Force
                                                                 Director General Personnel – Army
                                                                 Director Personnel Policy – Army




PACMATE                                           AL12 (October 2009)                                              Part 4 – Annex 4.B Chapter 6 – 10
                                                                                                  Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




Provision            General description                                  Authorised person

Clause 6.6.27        Approve the removal of a member’s furniture          A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
                     and effects at Commonwealth expense before the       -   Housing Management Centre (HMC) Manager
                     effective date of posting in the specified           -   Relocations Manager of the Housing Management Centre
                     circumstances                                        -   Removals Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre
                                                                          -   National Relocations Manager
Subclause 6.6.29.2   In spite of subclause 1, approve a removal at        -   National Operations – Removals Manager
                     Commonwealth expense when a posting is
                                                                          Staff Officer – Housing and Accommodation
                     changed or cancelled by the member, having
                     regard to any compassionate grounds and              Staff Officer – Dependants Entitlements
                     alternatives available to the member.                Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
Subclause 6.6.34.4   Authorise the transportation of a private vehicle    Assistant Director Entitlements
                     at Commonwealth expense, over all or part of a       Director Entitlements
                     removal journey on posting, when specific
                     criteria are met.




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Provision            General description                                  Authorised person

Subclause 6.6.36.2   Decide that a vehicle is a recreational or hobby     A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
                     vehicle.                                             -   Housing Management Centre (HMC) Manager
                                                                          -   Relocations Manager of the Housing Management Centre
                                                                          -   Removals Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre
                                                                          -   National Relocations Manager
                                                                          -   National Operations – Removals Manager
                                                                          A person working in the Personnel Administration Centre in
                                                                          Southern Victoria who is:
                                                                          - Overseas Administration Team Leader
                                                                          - Personnel Administration Manager Specialist
                                                                          - Civilian and Overseas Personnel Administration Centre
                                                                             Manager
                                                                          - Manager Personnel Administration Centre
                                                                          Staff Officer – Housing and Accommodation
                                                                          Staff Officer – Dependants Entitlements
                                                                          Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                                                                          Assistant Director Entitlements
                                                                          Director Entitlements




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Provision            General description                                  Authorised person

Subclause 6.6.37.3   Decide that the costs for collection and delivery    A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
                     of transported vehicles are reasonable.              -   Housing Management Centre (HMC) Manager
                                                                          -   Relocations Manager of the Housing Management Centre
                                                                          -   Removals Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre
                                                                          -   National Relocations Manager
                                                                          -   National Operations – Removals Manager
                                                                          Staff Officer – Housing and Accommodation
                                                                          Staff Officer – Dependants Entitlements
                                                                          Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                                                                          Assistant Director Entitlements
                                                                          Director Entitlements

Subclause 6.6.39.2   Decide that a member may be removed before           Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
 Table item 2        leaving the ADF for compassionate reasons.           Assistant Director Entitlements
Subclause 6.6.39.2   Decide that a member may be removed after            Director Entitlements
 Table item 3        leaving the ADF, at a date more than 12 months       Director General Navy People
                     after they ceased continuous full-time service.
                                                                          Director Navy Personnel Policy
Subclause 6.6.41.2   For a member leaving the ADF at their own            Director Navy Employment Conditions
                     request approve a removal on compassionate
                     grounds.                                             Director General Personnel – Air Force
                                                                          Director Military Administration – Air Force
                                                                          Deputy Director Personnel Concepts and Policy – Air Force
                                                                          Director General Personnel – Army
                                                                          Director Personnel Policy – Army

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Provision            General description                                  Authorised person

Subclause 6.6.45.1   Decide that a member is entitled to storage when     A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
 Table item 3        furniture and effects cannot reasonably be           -    Housing Management Centre (HMC) Manager
                     accommodated in a residence.                         -    Relocations Manager of the Housing Management Centre
                                                                          -    Removals Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre
Subclause 6.6.45.1   Decide that furniture and effects can be stored      -    National Relocations Manager
 Table item 4        when they are the same as non-portable items in      -    National Operations – Removals Manager
                     the member's own home.
                                                                          Staff Officer – Housing and Accommodation
Subclause 6.6.45.1   Decide that a member is entitled to storage when     Staff Officer – Dependants Entitlements
 Table item 5        furniture and effects cannot reasonably be
                                                                          Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                     accommodated in a residence.
                                                                          Assistant Director Entitlements
Subclause 6.6.47.2   Approve storage at Commonwealth expense for
                                                                      Director Entitlements
                     a newly enlisted member, if satisfied the member
                     is unable to store the items with their family.

Subclause 6.6.48.2   Approve storage at Commonwealth expense for
                     a member who occupies a suitable own home if
                     satisfied that items, are the same as non-portable
                     items in the member’s own home.

Subclause 6.6.52.3   Approve the payment of storage charges beyond        Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                     six months after the death of a member.              Assistant Director Entitlements
                                                                          Director Entitlements




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Provision             General description                                 Authorised person

Subclause 6.6.53.6    Grant a removal of stored items to a different      A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
                      residence, for a member with less than six          -   Housing Management Centre (HMC) Manager
                      months to serve in a posting locality.              -   Relocations Manager of the Housing Management Centre
                                                                          -   Removals Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre
Subclause 6.6.53A.1   Notify a member that their storage entitlement is
                                                                          -   National Relocations Manager
                      due for review.
                                                                          -   National Operations – Removals Manager

Paragraph 6.6.53A.3   Review a member's storage entitlement when the      A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
                      member has requested another period of storage.     -    Housing Management Centre (HMC) Manager
                                                                          -    Relocations Manager of the Housing Management Centre
                                                                          -    Removals Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre
                                                                          -    National Relocations Manager
                                                                          -    National Operations – Removals Manager
                                                                          Staff Officer – Housing and Accommodation
                                                                          Staff Officer – Dependants Entitlements
                                                                          Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                                                                          Assistant Director Entitlements
                                                                          Director Entitlements

Subclause 6.6.64.3    When a member ceases to be a member with            Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                      dependants because their dependants have died,      Assistant Director Entitlements
                      approve a period of storage at Commonwealth
                      expense beyond three months.                        Director Entitlements




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Provision            General description                                Authorised person

Subclause 6.6.67.1   Grant a removal to a non-Service spouse within     A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
                     Australia on breakdown of marriage.                -   Housing Management Centre (HMC) Manager
                                                                        -   Relocations Manager of the Housing Management Centre
Subclause 6.6.68.4   Decide whether a vehicle is a recreational or      -   Removals Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre
                     hobby vehicle, for the purpose of removal by a     -   National Relocations Manager
                     non-Service spouse on breakdown of marriage.       -   National Operations – Removals Manager
                                                                        Staff Officer – Housing and Accommodation
                                                                        Staff Officer – Dependants Entitlements
                                                                        Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                                                                        Assistant Director Entitlements
                                                                        Director Entitlements

Clause 6.6.70        Approve a period over 12 months for the            Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                     completion of a non-Service spouse’s removal       Assistant Director Entitlements
                     on breakdown of marriage.
                                                                        Director Entitlements




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Provision            General description                                Authorised person

Subclause 6.6.71.2   Approve repayment of reasonable costs for          A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
                     private removal of a non-Service spouse in         -   Housing Management Centre (HMC) Manager
                     urgent circumstances.                              -   Relocations Manager of the Housing Management Centre
                                                                        -   Removals Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre
                                                                        -   National Relocations Manager
                                                                        -   National Operations – Removals Manager

Subclause 6.6.75.1   Decide whether the dependants of a deceased        A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
  Table item 7       Reserve Force member have established or           -   Housing Management Centre (HMC) Manager
                     intend to establish a permanent home in a          -   Relocations Manager of the Housing Management Centre
                     locality.                                          -   Removals Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre
                                                                        -   National Relocations Manager
                                                                        -   National Operations – Removals Manager
                                                                        Staff Officer – Housing and Accommodation
                                                                        Staff Officer – Dependants Entitlements
                                                                        Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                                                                        Assistant Director Entitlements
                                                                        Director Entitlements




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Provision            General description                                  Authorised person

Subclause 6.6.76.2   On the death of member without dependants,           Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                     extend the period beyond three months if             Assistant Director Entitlements
                     reasonable for storage of furniture and effects at
                     Commonwealth expense.                                Director Entitlements

Subclause 6.6.77.1   Following the death of a member, extend the
                     period of completion of removal of furniture and
                     effects beyond six months where reasonable.

Subclause 6.8.3.3    Approve reasonable and unavoidable expenses          Director Naval Officers Postings – Navy
                     incurred by a member when their posting is           Director Sailor Career Management – Navy
                     cancelled.
                                                                          Commander Career Management – Army
                                                                          Deputy Director Personnel Concepts and Policy – Air Force




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Chapter 7      ADF housing and meals


Provision                   General description                                 Authorised person

Clause 7.1.8                Approve payment of an amount to a member            Assistant Director Entitlements
                            who is not otherwise entitled to an allowance or    Director Entitlements
                            repayment under Chapter 7.

Clause 7.1.14, definition   Decide that accommodation is a service              A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
 of serviced apartment      apartment.                                          -   Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre (HMC)
                                                                                -   Relocations Manager in the Housing Management Centre
                                                                                -   Housing Management Centre Manager
                                                                                -   National Operations – Removals Manager
                                                                                -   National Operations – Vacancy/Allocations Manager
                                                                                -   National Relocations Manager




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Provision            General description                                Authorised person

Clause 7.1.21        Approve a house-hunting trip.                      A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
                                                                        -    Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre (HMC)
Subclause 7.1.22.1   Approve up to $600 each for a member and their     -    Relocations Manager in the Housing Management Centre
                     spouse for a house-hunting trip.                   -    Housing Management Centre Manager
                                                                        -    National Operations – Removals Manager
Subclause 7.1.22.2   Approve an increase up to $1200 for a person       -    National Operations – Vacancy/Allocations Manager
                     travelling alone on a house-hunting trip.          -    National Relocations Manager
                                                                        Staff Officer – Housing and Accommodation
                                                                        Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                                                                        Assistant Director Entitlements
                                                                        Director Entitlements

Clause 7.1.24.2      Approve the cost for a member returning from a     A person working in the Personnel Administration Centre in
                     long-term overseas posting to hire a self-drive    Southern Victoria who is:
                     motor vehicle to look at a house.                  - Overseas Administration Team Leader
                                                                        - Personnel Administration Manager Specialist
                                                                        - Civilian and Overseas Personnel Administration Centre
                                                                           Manager
                                                                        - Manager Personnel Administration Centre
                                                                        Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                                                                        Assistant Director Entitlements
                                                                        Director Entitlements




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Provision                   General description                               Authorised person
Clause 7.3.11C              Require a member to move to a different rank      Commanding Officer or Officer Commanding not below MAJ(E)
                            group for living-in accommodation.                at the base where the member is required to live in.
                                                                              Commanding Officer or Officer Commanding not below MAJ(E)
                                                                              in the member's direct chain of command.

Subclause 7.3.12.1          Decide that living-in accommodation is            Commanding Officer – Navy
                            unsuitable for a member.                          Unit CO or Officer Commanding an independent subunit not
                                                                              below the rank of MAJ (E) – Army
                                                                              Officer Commanding or Commanding Officer not below the rank
                                                                              of MAJ (E) – Air Force

Subclause 7.3.13.2, table   Require that a member must share when there       Commanding Officer or Officer Commanding not below MAJ(E)
 item 4                     are not enough rooms for each member.             at the base where the member is required to live in.
                                                                              Commanding Officer or Officer Commanding not below MAJ(E)
                                                                              in the member's direct chain of command.

Subclause 7.3.15A.5         Decide that a member must leave their         Commanding Officer or Officer Commanding not below MAJ(E)
                            accommodation even though they have chosen to in the member's direct chain of command.
                            keep living-in accommodation while deployed.




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Provision                   General description                                    Authorised person

Subclause 7.3.18.3          Decide that a member was granted part-time             Assistant Director Entitlements
                            leave without pay for exceptional reasons.             Director Entitlements
Subclause 7.3.19.3          Decide that the reason a member was granted            Director General Navy People
                            leave without pay for exceptional reasons.             Director Navy Personnel Policy
                                                                                   Director Navy Employment Conditions
                                                                                   Director General Personnel – Air Force
                                                                                   Director Military Administration – Air Force
                                                                                   Deputy Director Personnel Concepts and Policy – Air Force
                                                                                   Director General Personnel – Army
                                                                                   Director Personnel Policy – Army

Clause 7.3.21               Decide that there is a significant reduction in the Assistant Director Entitlements
                            condition of living-in accommodation at Defence Director Entitlements
                            Establishment Berrima, NT, for a reduction in or
                            waiver of the rate of contribution.

Clause 7.3.29, definition   Decide that a vessel is unfit to live in.              Commanding Officer or Officer Commanding not below MAJ(E)
 for uninhabitable                                                                 in the member's direct chain of command.
 vessel




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Provision            General description                                 Authorised person

Subclause 7.5.19.1   Deem that a Service residence on a Defence          A person not below MAJ(E)/APS 6 who is:
                     establishment is taken to hold a market-rent-       - Relocations Manager in the Housing Management Centre
                     based classification.                                 (HMC)
Subclause 7.5.19.5   Change the classification of a Service residence    - Property and Tenancy Manager in the Housing Management
                     on a Defence Establishment.                           Centre
                                                                         - Housing Management Centre Manager

Subclause 7.5.25.1   Offer a member a rent band choice home that is a Staff Officer – Housing and Accommodation
                     in a rent band above the one specified for the   Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                     member's rank group.
                                                                      Assistant Director Entitlements
Subclause 7.5.26.1   Offer a member a rent band choice home that is a Director Entitlements
                     in a rent band below the one specified for the
                     member's rank group.

Subclause 7.5.32.5   Consider that a member's reasons for rejecting a    A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
                     suitable Service residence are not sufficient.      -   Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre (HMC)
                                                                         -   Relocations Manager in the Housing Management Centre
Subclause 7.5.34.1   Approve a member swapping their Service             -   Housing Management Centre Manager
                     residence for another Service residence.            -   National Operations – Removals Manager
                                                                         -   National Operations – Vacancy/Allocations Manager
Subclause 7.5.34.2   Approve an exchange of a Service residence at       -   National Relocations Manager
                     the member's own expense.
                                                                         Staff Officer – Housing and Accommodation
                                                                         Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                                                                         Assistant Director Entitlements
                                                                         Director Entitlements


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Provision              General description                                 Authorised person

Paragraph 7.5.36.4.a   Decide on the amount of rent payable when a         A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
                       Service residence is leased on a yield basis.       -      Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre (HMC)
                                                                           -      Relocations Manager in the Housing Management Centre
                                                                           -      Housing Management Centre Manager
                                                                           -      National Operations – Removals Manager
                                                                           -      National Operations – Vacancy/Allocations Manager
                                                                           -      National Relocations Manager

Clause 7.5.40          Require a member to occupy a specific Service       Commanding Officer or Officer Commanding not below MAJ(E)
                       residence on or near a Defence establishment.       at the base where the member is required to live in.
                                                                           Commanding Officer or Officer Commanding not below MAJ(E)
                                                                           in the member's direct chain of command.

Subclause 7.5.41.2     Approve payment of reasonable costs of              Staff Officer – Housing and Accommodation
                       furniture hire for a member who is required to      Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                       live in a Service residence.
                                                                           Assistant Director Entitlements
Subclause 7.5.43.3     Waive or reduce a member's contribution for a       Director Entitlements
                       fixed period.




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Provision             General description                                  Authorised person

Subclause 7.5.51.3    Decide that a member was granted leave without       Assistant Director Entitlements
                      pay for exceptional reasons.                         Director Entitlements
Subclause 7.5.52.3    Decide that a member was granted part-time           Director General Navy People
                      leave without pay for exceptional reasons.           Director Navy Personnel Policy
                                                                           Director Navy Employment Conditions
                                                                           Director General Personnel – Air Force
                                                                           Director Military Administration – Air Force
                                                                           Deputy Director Personnel Concepts and Policy – Air Force
                                                                           Director General Personnel – Army
                                                                           Director Personnel Policy – Army

Subclause 7.5.57.3,   Determine whether an offer of a Service              Assistant Director Entitlements
stage 8               residence to a member was reasonable or not.         Director Entitlements
                      Decide that an offer of a Service residence to a
                      member was reasonable.




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Provision              General description                                 Authorised person

Subclause 7.5.58.3     Approve a longer period for a member to live in     A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
                       a Service residence when they purchase a            -   Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre (HMC)
                       suitable own home.                                  -   Relocations Manager in the Housing Management Centre
                                                                           -   Housing Management Centre Manager
Subclause 7.5.59.4     Approve a request from a member to stay in a        -   National Operations – Removals Manager
                       Service residence when they become a member         -   National Operations – Vacancy/Allocations Manager
                       without dependants.                                 -   National Relocations Manager

Subclause 7.5.59.5     Approve a member or a member's dependants to        Staff Officer – Housing and Accommodation
                       remain in a Service residence on the breakdown      Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                       of a relationship.
                                                                           Assistant Director Entitlements
                                                                           Director Entitlements

Paragraph 7.5.60.2.b   Decide a day that is reasonable for dependants      Assistant Director Entitlements
                       move out of a Service residence after the death     Director Entitlements
                       of a member.




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Provision             General description                                 Authorised person

Subclause 7.5.62.2    Decide a date that a member could have              A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
                      completed a removal to a rejected residence if      -   Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre (HMC)
                      they had accepted a reasonable offer for that       -   Relocations Manager in the Housing Management Centre
                      residence.                                          -   Housing Management Centre Manager
                                                                          -   National Operations – Removals Manager
                                                                          -   National Operations – Vacancy/Allocations Manager
                                                                          -   National Relocations Manager
                                                                          Staff Officer – Housing and Accommodation
                                                                          Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                                                                          Assistant Director Entitlements
                                                                          Director Entitlements

Clause 7.5A.7         Offer a member an available MWOD Choice             A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
                      Accommodation home.                                 - Team Leader in the Darwin Housing Management Centre
                                                                          - Relocations Manager in the Darwin Housing Management
Subclause 7.5A.8.1    Offer a member a MWOD Choice                           Centre
                      Accommodation home that is above their rank         - Darwin Housing Management Centre Manager
                      group.

Subclause 7.5A.9.1    Offer a member a MWOD Choice
                      Accommodation home that is below their rank
                      group.

Subclause 7.5A.13.3   Decide that a member was granted part-time          Assistant Director Entitlements
                      leave without pay for exceptional reasons.          Director Entitlements




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Provision            General description                                 Authorised person

Subclause 7.6.11.2   Approve a higher rent ceiling for a member's        A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
                     posting location where a rent ceiling has not       -   Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre (HMC)
                     been determined.                                    -   Relocations Manager in the Housing Management Centre
                                                                         -   Housing Management Centre Manager
Subclause 7.6.12.2   Approve an increase in a member's rent ceiling      -   National Operations – Removals Manager
                     in certain circumstances.                           -   National Operations – Vacancy/Allocations Manager
                                                                         -   National Relocations Manager
                                                                         Staff Officer – Housing and Accommodation
                                                                         Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                                                                         Assistant Director Entitlements
                                                                         Director Entitlements

Subclause 7.6.20.4   Decide if a member is subletting their home.        Housing Management Centre (HMC) Manager

Subclause 7.6.21.3   Decide if a member is subletting their home.




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Provision               General description                                  Authorised person

Subclause 7.6.25.4      Receive in writing from a member a request to        A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
                        review their entitlement to rent allowance.          -   Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre (HMC)
                        Notify the member of the decision in writing.        -   Relocations Manager in the Housing Management Centre
                                                                             -   Housing Management Centre Manager
Subclause 7.6.28.1      Decide on a longer period of eligibility for rent    -   National Operations – Removals Manager
   table item 1.b.iii   allowance after an event occurs that would end       -   National Operations – Vacancy/Allocations Manager
                        or limit the entitlement.                            -   National Relocations Manager

Subclause 7.6.28.1      Decide on a longer period of eligibility for rent    Staff Officer – Housing and Accommodation
   table item 2.b.iii   allowance after an event occurs that would end       Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                        or limit the entitlement.
                                                                             Assistant Director Entitlements
Subclause 7.6.28.1      Decide on a longer period of eligibility for rent    Director Entitlements
   table item 2.c.iii   allowance after an event occurs that would end
                        or limit the entitlement.

Subclause 7.6.28.1      Decide on a longer period of eligibility for rent
   table item 3.b.iii   allowance after an event occurs that would end
                        or limit the entitlement.




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Provision              General description                                 Authorised person

Subclause 7.6.31.3     Decide that a member was granted leave without      Assistant Director Entitlements
                       pay for exceptional reasons.                        Director Entitlements
Subclause 7.6.32.3     Decide that a member was granted part-time
                       leave without pay for exceptional reasons.

Paragraph 7.6.34.2.c   Determine a day more than 6 months after a
                       member's death that rent allowance will cease for
                       their dependants.

Subclause 7.6.34.2B    Determine a day beyond the earlier of 28 days or
                       the end of a member's lease after a member's
                       death that rent allowance continue to be paid.




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Provision              General description                                  Authorised person

Subclause 7.6.40.1     Approve an advance payment of an amount to           A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
                       cover rent for members who meet specific             -   Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre (HMC)
                       circumstances.                                       -   Relocations Manager in the Housing Management Centre
                                                                            -   Housing Management Centre Manager
Subclause 7.6.42.2     Decide that a member who received an advance         -   National Operations – Removals Manager
                       payment has not paid or lodged it.                   -   National Operations – Vacancy/Allocations Manager
                                                                            -   National Relocations Manager
Subclause 7.6.42.3     Decide that a member who received an advance
                       payment for rent has not entered a lease and paid    Staff Officer – Housing and Accommodation
                       rent within a reasonable period.                     Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing

Paragraph 7.6.45.1.c   Decide that a house is unsuitable because the        Assistant Director Entitlements
                       number or needs of a member's dependant's has        Director Entitlements
                       changed.

Paragraph 7.6.45.1.d   Decide that there are serious health, safety or
                       security concerns if a member or their
                       dependants stay at a house.

Subclause 7.7.10.3     Decide that a member was granted leave without       Assistant Director Entitlements
                       pay for exceptional reasons.                         Director Entitlements




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Provision            General description                               Authorised person

Subclause 7.8.4.2    Decide to repay a member an additional amount     A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
                     for utilities.                                    -   Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre (HMC)
                                                                       -   Relocations Manager in the Housing Management Centre
Subclause 7.8.5.2    Decide that a member be repaid for utilities      -   Housing Management Centre Manager
                     when they are away from their home for longer     -   National Operations – Removals Manager
                     than 1 month.                                     -   National Operations – Vacancy/Allocations Manager
                                                                       -   National Relocations Manager
Subclause 7.8.13.2   Decide that a member who received an advance
                                                                       Staff Officer – Housing and Accommodation
                     has not paid or lodged it.
                                                                       Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                                                                       Assistant Director Entitlements
                                                                       Director Entitlements




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Chapter 8      Members and their dependants


Provision                General description                                  Authorised person

Clause 8.4.6             Bring forward or extend a period in which a          Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                         member is entitled to education assistance for an    Assistant Director Entitlements
                         eligible child.
                                                                              Director Entitlements
                                                                              Regional Education Liaison Officer

Clause 8.4.7             Approve payment of education assistance in           Director Entitlements
                         special circumstances to a member who is not         Regional Education Liaison Officer
                         entitled to assistance.
                                                                              Manager Education Policy and Special Needs

Subclause 8.4.10.5       Authorise payment of an invoice direct from a        Regional Education Liaison Officer
                         tutor on behalf of an entitled member if satisfied   Staff officer – Dependants Entitlements
                         that the entitled member is unavailable to be
                         reimbursed for reasons related to service.           Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                                                                              Assistant Director Entitlements
                                                                              Director Entitlements

Subclause 8.4.12.5       Approve attendance at a private school with a        Director Entitlements
                         special program for a child with special needs.      Director General Defence Community Organisation
                                                                              Manager Education Policy and Special Needs
                                                                              Regional Education Liaison Officer




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Provision            General description                                    Authorised person

Clause 8.4.13        Extend the limits of education assistance if           Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                     satisfied that a child requires further tuition or     Assistant Director Entitlements
                     therapy to sustain academic performance.
                                                                            Director Entitlements
                                                                            Regional Education Liaison Officer
                                                                            Manager Education Policy and Special Needs

Subparagraph         Decide a school year is critical to a child's          Director Entitlements
8.4.19.1.b.iii       education.                                             Director General Defence Community Organisation
Subparagraph         Approve a chosen location (other than the              Director Retention Program Defence Community Organisation
8.4.19.1.c.ii        member’s former or new posting location) where         Manager Education Policy and Special Needs
                     a child may attend school.

Subclause 8.4.21.6   Approve repayment of boarding costs incurred           Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                     during school holidays or while the member or          Assistant Director Entitlements
                     an adult dependant of the member lives within
                     the student's location.                                Director Entitlements
                                                                            Director General Defence Community Organisation
                                                                            Director Retention Program Defence Community Organisation
                                                                            Manager Education Policy and Special Needs

Subclause 8.4.24.2   Approve accommodation expenses for a tertiary Director Entitlements
                     student dependant who is studying away from       Director General Defence Community Organisation
                     the posting location when an equivalent course is
                     available at the posting location.                Director Retention Program Defence Community Organisation
                                                                       Manager Education Policy and Special Needs


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Provision            General description                                 Authorised person

Subclause 8.4.25.3   Approve accommodation costs for a tertiary          Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                     student dependant during semester breaks in         Assistant Director Entitlements
                     special circumstances when the member or an
                     adult dependant of the member lives within the      Director Entitlements
                     student's location.                                 Director General Defence Community Organisation
                                                                         Director Retention Program Defence Community Organisation
                                                                         Manager Education Policy and Special Needs

Subclause 8.5.4.8    Approve an application for emergency support        Defence Community Organisation Area Manager
                     and the support plan.

Subclause 8.5.5.2    Receive a written report of a formal review of      Manager Education Policy and Special Needs
                     emergency support.                                  Director General Defence Community Organisation
Subclause 8.5.6.2    Approve payment of travel and associated costs
                     to a provider sourced from another location.

Subclause 8.6.13.1   Arrange special accommodation during removal        A person not below WO2/APS 4 who is:
                     for a member who has a dependant with special       - Housing Management Centre (HMC) Manager
                     needs.                                              - Relocations Manager for the Housing Management Centre
                                                                         - Removals Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre
                                                                         - National Relocations Manager
                                                                         - National Operations – Removals Manager




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Provision            General description                                    Authorised person

Subclause 8.7.5.2,   Approve assistance for attendance at a briefing        Director Professional Practice
 exception           before the public release of the report.

Subclause 8.7.6.2    Approve payment of vehicle allowance to a
                     person if it is reasonable to assist the person to
                     travel to attend the Court of Inquiry on a daily
                     basis.

Subclause 8.7.6.4    Approve a return economy class trip within
                     Australia at Commonwealth expense if it
                     unreasonable for a person to travel to attend the
                     Court of Inquiry on a daily basis.

Subclause 8.7.9.4    Approve a higher rate of payment for incidental
                     expenses if it is reasonable, on a case by case
                     basis.

Subclause 8.7.10.2   Approve payment of reasonable costs for this
                     dependant care.




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Chapter 9       ADF travel in Australia


Provision                  General description                                 Authorised person

Subclause 9.1.2.2          Decide the most economical means of travel.         Supervisor not below WO2(E)/APS 4, in the member's direct
                                                                               chain of command or supervision.
Subclause 9.1.2.4          Grant a member's request for the use of coach
                                                                               Director/Commanding Officer not below MAJ(E)/APS 6 in the
                           travel in certain circumstances.
                                                                               member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Subclause 9.1.3.2          Decide that air travel is the most economical       Commanding Officer (no rank limitation) – Navy
                           means of travel.

Subclause 9.1.7.3          Decide how remaining baggage is to be sent
                           when a carrier will carry only part of the
                           baggage entitlement free of charge.

Clause 9.1.10              Approve payment of travel costs under Parts 1 to    Assistant Director Entitlements
                           4 of this Chapter, for a person in any of these     Director Entitlements
                           classes who would not otherwise be eligible.




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Provision            General description                                 Authorised person

Clause 9.2.8         Approve the excess cost of accompanied              Supervisor not below WO2(E)/APS 4, in the member's direct
                     baggage costs for one additional piece of           chain of command or supervision.
                     baggage if the temporary duty is longer than        Director/Commanding Officer not below MAJ(E)/APS 6 in the
                     seven days.                                         member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Subclause 9.2.9.2    Allow a member to travel by less economical.        Commanding Officer (no rank limitation) – Navy

Clause 9.2.12        Approve travel at Commonwealth expense for a
                     member entitled to a removal when certain
                     conditions are met.

Clause 9.2.13        Approve removal travel at Commonwealth
                     expense when the member has approval to move
                     dependants before the effective date of posting.

Subclause 9.2.14.1   Approve travel for a member without
                     dependants, to the member's old location, to
                     supervise the packing of their furniture or
                     effects.

Clause 9.2.21        Authorise payment of additional allowances and
                     repayments for meals and accommodation when
                     travel on posting is delayed because of road
                     closures.

Subclause 9.2.26.2   Approve the repayment of travel costs when a
                     member has been recalled for emergency duty.




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Provision            General description                                   Authorised person

Subclause 9.2.27.1   Approve travel at Commonwealth expense to             Supervisor not below WO2(E)/APS 4, in the member's direct
                     help a member go home from hospital to recover        chain of command or supervision.
                     or wait to go back to hospital.                       Director/Commanding Officer not below MAJ(E)/APS 6 in the
                                                                           member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Subclause 9.2.27.2   Approve travel at a higher class or by means that
                     are not the most economical when necessary for
                     the member's safety.

Subclause 9.2.27.4   Approve reimbursement for a member who has
                     paid their own convalescent travel costs.

Subclause 9.2.28.1   Approve travel at Commonwealth expense for a          Director/Commanding Officer not below MAJ(E)/APS 6 in the
                     member and their dependants from a posting            member's direct chain of command or supervision.
                     location to the location of a registered specialist
                     medical or dental practitioner.

Subclause 9.2.28.5   Approve travel at Commonwealth expense for a
                     dependant if the member needs to be
                     accompanied.

Subclause 9.2.34.4   Grant an additional amount to a member when           Supervisor not below WO2(E)/APS 4, in the member's direct
                     travelling by private vehicle on discharge of         chain of command or supervision.
                     service.                                              Director/Commanding Officer not below MAJ(E)/APS 6 in the
                                                                           member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Subclause 9.2.43.2   Approve a Reserve member's travel by means
                     that are not the most economical.                     Assistant Director Entitlements
                                                                           Director Entitlements




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Provision                   General description                                   Authorised person

Subclause 9.3.5.3           Grant an additional amount to a member when           Supervisor not below WO2(E)/APS 4, in the member's direct
                            travelling by private vehicle on discharge of         chain of command or supervision.
                            service.                                              Director/Commanding Officer not below MAJ(E)/APS 6 in the
                                                                                  member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Subclause 9.3.8.2           Approve a Reserve member's travel by means
                            that are not the most economical.                     Commanding Officer (no rank limitation) – Navy

Clause 9.3.11               Approve travel at Commonwealth expense by
                            other than the most economical means on
                            marriage.

Clause 9.3.16, definition   Receive written notification from a member of         Supervisor not below WO2(E)/APS 4, in the member's direct
 of breakdown of            completed marriage arrangements.                      chain of command or supervision.
 marriage (including                                                              Director/Commanding Officer not below MAJ(E)/APS 6 in the
 de facto marriage)                                                               member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Subclause 9.3.18.4          Approve air travel at Commonwealth expense            Assistant Director Entitlements
                            for a non-Service spouse on breakdown of              Director Entitlements
                            marriage if travel is for reasons other than those
                            in clause 9.1.3.

Subclause 9.3.25.1          Approve reunion travel at Commonwealth                Supervisor not below WO2(E)/APS 4, in the member’s direct
                            expense for a member separated from their             chain of command or supervision.
                            dependants for Service reasons.




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Provision            General description                                 Authorised person

Subclause 9.3.32.3   Approve three additional return journeys for a      Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
                     child for reunion travel in the calendar year.      Assistant Director Entitlements
Subclause 9.3.38.1   Approve one additional journey for a child per      Director Entitlements
                     calendar year whose parents are living in a
                     remote posting location.

Subclause 9.3.48.1   Grant a member compassionate travel.                The member’s supervisor not below Warrant Officer Grade 2
                                                                         (E)/APS 4, in the member’s direct chain of command or
Subclause 9.3.48.2   Grant a member's spouse or interdependent           supervision.
                     partner compassionate travel.
                                                                         Second and later grants in a calendar year must be referred to the
                                                                         Commanding Officer, independent sub-unit commander or
                                                                         supervisor not below Major (E)/APS 6 of the member, in the
                                                                         member’s direct chain of command or supervision.

Clause 9.3.49        Grant travel for a member, spouse or                The Commanding Officer, independent sub-unit commander or
                     interdependent partner for exceptional reasons.     supervisor not below Major (E)/APS 6 of the member, in the
                                                                         member’s direct chain of command or supervision.




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Provision              General description                                  Authorised person

Subclause 9.3.51.2     Approve return travel at Commonwealth expense The member’s supervisor not below Warrant Officer Grade 2
                       to and from the nearest appropriate international (E)/APS 4, in the member’s direct chain of command or
                       terminal in Australia.                            supervision.
                                                                            Second and later grants in a calendar year must be referred to the
                                                                            Commanding Officer, independent sub-unit commander or
                                                                            supervisor not below Major (E)/APS 6 of the member, in the
                                                                            member’s direct chain of command or supervision.

Subclause 9.3.53.2     Authorise a member use their own means of            The member’s supervisor not below Warrant Officer Grade 2
                       transport if it is more suitable than means in       (E)/APS 4, in the member’s direct chain of command or
                       subclause 1.                                         supervision.

Subclause 9.3.53B.2    Transfer a member's compassionate leave travel       Commanding Officer, independent sub-unit commander or
                       entitlement to another family member.                supervisor not below Major (E)/APS 6 of the member in the
                                                                            member’s direct chain of command or supervision.
Clause 9.3.53C         Approve travel at Commonwealth expense for a
                       member's children.

Clause 9.3.55, table   Decide whether the dependants of a deceased          Commanding Officer or supervisor not below MAJ(E)/APS6 in
 item 2                Permanent Force member have established or           the member's direct chain of command or supervision
                       intend to establish a permanent home in a            Commanding Officer (no rank limitation) – Navy
                       locality.
Clause 9.3.63          Approve spouse-accompanied travel for                The CDF has not authorised any other person to exercise this
                       representational purposes at Commonwealth            power.
                       expense.




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Provision            General description                                Authorised person

Subclause 9.6.15.3   Approve a member's dependant to drive a private A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
                     vehicle on removal when the member is unable    -   Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre (HMC)
                     due to Service reasons.                         -   Relocations Manager in the Housing Management Centre
                                                                     -   Housing Management Centre Manager
                                                                     -   National Operations – Removals Manager
                                                                     -   National Operations – Vacancy/Allocations Manager
                                                                     -   National Relocations Manager
                                                                        Commanding Officer and Supply Officer, HMA Ships, Fleet Base
                                                                        East

Clause 9.6.19        Approve a member's dependant to drive a private Director/Commanding Officer, not below MAJ(E)/APS 6 in the
                     vehicle on removal when the member is unable    member's direct chain of command or supervision
                     due to Service reasons.                         Commanding Officer (no rank limitation) – Navy

Subclause 9.6.24.2   Authorise payment of vehicle allowance for         Director Entitlements
                     longer road distances than worked out under
                     subclause 1 when the shortest route is
                     unreasonable.

Subclause 9.6.26.1   Approve an additional amount of vehicle
                     allowance for reasonable costs.

Subclause 9.6.26.3   Receive written information to support a claim
                     for an additional amount of vehicle allowance.




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Provision           General description                                  Authorised person

Clause 9.7.1        Approve travel by private aircraft in certain        Director/Commanding Officer not below MAJ(E)/APS 6 in the
                    circumstances.                                       member's direct chain of command or supervision

Subclause 9.7.9.1   Receive written confirmation that a private          Director/Commanding Officer not below MAJ(E)/APS 6 in the
                    aircraft is covered by comprehensive and third       member’s direct chain of command or supervision
                    party insurance.




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Chapter 10     Clothing and personal effects


Provision                   General description                                  Authorised person

Paragraph 10.2.3.1.b        Determine that the costs of uniforms and             The nearest officer in the member’s chain of command not below
                            personal necessities purchased privately by the      MAJ(E)/APS 6
                            member are reasonable.                               Commanding Officer (no rank limitation) – Navy

Subparagraph 10.3.2.b.iii   Determine that a member who is a warrant             Director General of Naval Personnel and Training.
                            officer with a representational role should be       Director General Personnel – Army.
                            eligible for aide-de-camp allowance.
                                                                                 Director General Personnel – Air Force

Subclause 10.4.4.1          Decide an amount to be paid to compensate a          Assistant Director Entitlements
                            member for loss or damage to clothing or             Director Entitlements
                            personal effects.

Paragraph 10.4.5.a          Approve payment for loss or damage to clothing
                            or personal effects if a member has been recalled
                            from leave.




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Chapter 11    ADF-related compensation


Provision               General description                                 Authorised person

Subclause 11.3.2.2      Authorise payment under clause 1.6.4 of the         Director General Defence Community Organisation
                        specified entitlements when a member dies.

Subclause 11.3.3.3      Authorise bereavement payment under
                        clause 1.6.4, to a dependent person of an amount
                        equal to four times the gross fortnightly pay for
                        the member.




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Chapter 12      Overseas conditions of service – overview


Provision                  General description                                  Authorised person

Subclause 12.3.3.2         Approve travel at a class higher than economy        A person working in the Personnel Administration Centre in
                           class.                                               Southern Victoria who is:
                                                                                - Overseas Administration Team Leader
                                                                                - Personnel Administration Manager Specialist
                                                                                - Civilian and Overseas Personnel Administration Centre
                                                                                   Manager
                                                                                - Manager Personnel Administration Centre
                                                                                Defence Travel Services Manager

Paragraph 12.3.5.1.c       Approve a person who is a relative of the            A person working in the Personnel Administration Centre in
                           member or of their spouse as a dependant for a       Southern Victoria who is:
                           specified period, for the purposes of a particular   - Personnel Administration Manager Specialist
                           provision.                                           - Civilian and Overseas Personnel Administration Centre
                                                                                   Manager
Subclause 12.3.5.4         For the purpose of approving a person as a           - Manager Personnel Administration Centre
                           dependant, approve a period of between 6 and 12
                           months as the period for which the dependant
                           lives, or intends to live with the member at the
                           posting location.

Clause 12.3.8              Decide the location in Australia where a member      A person working in the Personnel Administration Centre in
                           normally lives, if the member does not normally      Southern Victoria who is:
                           live at a particular location in Australia.          - Overseas Administration Team Leader
                                                                                - Personnel Administration Manager Specialist
                                                                                - Civilian and Overseas Personnel Administration Centre
                                                                                   Manager
                                                                                - Manager Personnel Administration Centre


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Provision              General description                                   Authorised person

Paragraph 12.3.9.1.b   Decide that it is reasonable to treat a period of     Director General Navy Personnel and Training
                       duty for longer than six months in total in a         Commander Australian Navy Systems Command
                       series of overseas countries as a long-term
                       posting.                                              Director General Personnel – Army
                                                                             Director General Personnel – Air Force
Paragraph 12.3.9.1.c   Extend a period of short-term duty beyond six
                       months.

Clause 12.4.4          Approve a member to enter a contract with the
                       UN or other multi-national force to perform
                       services for a specified period at an overseas
                       location.

Clause 12.4.7          Approve conditions of service to apply to a           Director General Personnel Policy and Employment Conditions
                       member on contract of employment with the
                       UN.




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DFRT DETERMINATION 2 OF 2001, PARATROOPER ALLOWANCE


Provision            General description                                  Authorised person

Paragraph 3, table   Prescribe payment at the stated annual rate to a     Assistant Director Entitlements
 item 6(k)           member on continuous full-time service posted        Director Entitlements
                     to certain overseas parachute units conducting
                     tactical jumps.

Paragraph 5, table   Prescribe payment at the stated daily rate to a
 item 6(g)           member on Reserve service posted to certain
                     overseas parachute units conducting tactical
                     jumps.

Subclause 4.3        Extend the three-year period, as is reasonable,      Commanding Officer or Officer Commanding, not below MAJ(E),
                     for payment to Free Fall Instructors or Parachute    in the member’s direct chain of command
                     Jump Instructors, after they cease to be posted to   Army formation Commander of a unit designated as a parachute
                     a parachute unit or group.                           unit by the Chief of Army
Subclause 6.2        Approve payment of the annual rate to a member
                     who has not made a parachute descent for more
                     than six months.




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DFRT DETERMINATION NO. 4 OF 2008 – ALLOWANCE FOR SPECIALIST OPERATIONS


Provision                 General description                                  Authorised person

Clause 4, definition of   Approve a team under the direction of a foreign      Chief Combat Support Group
clearance diving team     government as a clearance diving team for the        Maritime Commander Australia
                          purposes of the Determination.

Clause 4, definition of   Designate an operation as special, if satisfied      Special Operations Commander Australia
member on designated      that the threat level and hazards of the operation
special duty              are not comprehended in any other allowance.

Subclause 7.4             Extend for a reasonable period the time limit of     Commander Australian Navy Mine Warfare and Clearance Diving
                          five hours for payment of an additional amount       Group
                          of the allowance for a member who performs a
                          deep dive (other than an experimental dive under
                          a Defence Force Trial Directive).

Subclause 10.2            Determine whether a member’s roster is a             Commander Australian Navy Mine Warfare and Clearance Diving
                          continuous roster or a cyclic roster.                Group
                                                                               Deputy Director Explosive Ordnance Services, Joint Logistics
                                                                               Group
                                                                               Deputy Director Weapons




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INSTRUMENT OF AUTHORISATION 2005/6 – AMENDMENT NOTES


Amendments to authorisations in Schedule by determination and clause

DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15, CONDITIONS OF SERVICE

Principal Instrument
              Amended by: 2008/9.

1.3.54      Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

1.3.76      Inserted by: 2005/14. Substituted by: 2007/11; 2009/12.

1.3.78      Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

1.3.79      Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11. Amended by: 2008/10; 2009/1. Substituted by: 2009/12.

1.3.81      Substituted by: 2006/9 and 12; 2007/11. Amended by: 2008/10. Substituted by: 2009/12.

1.6.3       Substituted by: 2009/9.

1.6.4       Substituted by: 2009/9.

3.2.3       Inserted by: 2007/10. Omitted by: 2008/7.

3.2.3A      Inserted by: 2007/10. Omitted by: 2008/7.

3.2.4       Omitted by: 2008/7.

3.2.5       Omitted by: 2008/7.

3.2.6       Omitted by: 2008/7.

3.2.8       Inserted by: 2007/10. Omitted by: 2008/7.

3.2.9       Inserted by: 2008/7.

3.2.10      Inserted by: 2008/7.

3.2.11      Omitted by: 2008/7.

3.2.13      Omitted by: 2008/7.

3.2.14      Omitted by: 2008/7.

3.2.17      Inserted by: 2008/7. Substituted by: 2009/7.

3.2.18      Inserted by: 2008/7. Substituted by: 2009/7.

3.2.20      Inserted by: 2008/7. Substituted by: 2009/7.

3.2.21      Inserted by: 2008/7. Substituted by: 2009/7.

3.2.31      Inserted by: 2008/7. Substituted by: 2009/7.

3.2.32      Inserted by: 2008/7. Substituted by: 2009/7.

3.2.35      Inserted by: 2009/3. Amended by: 2009/7.

3.2.36      Inserted by: 2009/3. Amended by: 2009/7.



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Amendments to authorisations in Schedule by determination and clause

DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15, CONDITIONS OF SERVICE

3.2.37     Inserted by: 2009/3. Amended by: 2009/7.

3.2.38     Inserted by: 2009/3. Amended by: 2009/7.

3.2.46     Inserted by: 2008/7. Substituted by: 2009/7.

3.5.39E    Inserted by: 2005/10.

3.5.39F    Inserted by: 2005/10.

3.5.41     Amended by: 2007/2.

3.5.43A    Inserted by: 2005/7.

3.5.44     Substituted by: 2005/8

3.5.44E    Inserted by: 2005/10.

3.5.44F    Inserted by: 2005/10.

3.5.48     Inserted by: 2005/12.

3.5.51     Inserted by: 2005/12.

3.5.52     Inserted by: 2005/12. Amended by: 2006/12.

3.5.57     Inserted by: 2005/12.

3.5.62     Inserted by: 2006/5.

3.5.71     Inserted by: 2006/8.

3.5.72     Inserted by: 2006/8.

3.5.76     Inserted by: 2006/8.

3.5.77     Inserted by: 2006/8.

3.5.84     Inserted by: 2006/8.

3.5.94     Inserted by: 2006/8.

3.5.107    Inserted by: 2006/10.

3.5.108    Inserted by: 2006/10.

3.5.118    Inserted by: 2006/11.

3.5.120    Inserted by: 2006/11.

3.5.121    Inserted by: 2006/11.

3.5.125    Inserted by: 2006/11.

3.5.134    Inserted by: 2006/12.

3.5.135    Inserted by: 2006/12.

3.5.147    Inserted by: 2006/13.


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Amendments to authorisations in Schedule by determination and clause

DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15, CONDITIONS OF SERVICE

3.5.148    Inserted by: 2006/13.

3.5.160    Inserted by: 2006/14. Amended by: 2007/9.

3.5.161    Inserted by: 2006/14. Amended by: 2007/9.

3.5.173    Inserted by: 2006/14.

3.5.174    Inserted by: 2006/14.

3.5.240    Inserted by: 2007/7. Amended by: 2007/9.

3.5.241    Inserted by: 2007/7.

3.5.249    Inserted by: 2007/12. Substituted by: 2008/5.

3.5.251    Inserted by: 2007/12. Substituted by: 2008/5.

3.5.257    Inserted by: 2007/12.

3.5.267    Inserted by: 2007/12.

3.5.288    Inserted by: 2008/2.

3.5.291    Inserted by: 2008/2. Substituted by: 2008/5.

4.1.11     Inserted by: 2009/8.

4.1.19     Substituted by: 2005/7; 2006/3 and 12.

4.1.20     Substituted by: 2005/7; 2006/3, 5 and 12.

4.1.21     Substituted by: 2005/7; 2006/3, 5 and 12; 2007/11; 2008/7.

4.6.9      Omitted by: 2009/1.

4.7.24     Substituted by: 2008/7.

4.8.5      Substituted by: 2009/11.

4.8.7      Omitted by: 2009/11.

4.9.4      Substituted by: 2006/12; 2007/11; 2008/7.

5.2.19     Substituted by: 2006/9 and 12.

5.3.9      Substituted by: 2006/12; 2007/11. Amended by: 2008/1. Substituted by: 2008/7; 2009/6.

5.3.12     Substituted by: 2006/12; 2007/11; 2008/7; 2009/6.

5.3.15     Substituted by: 2006/12; 2007/11; 2008/7; 2009/6.

5.3.19     Substituted by: 2006/12; 2007/11; 2008/7; 2009/6.

5.5.4      Substituted by: 2009/7.

5.5.5      Substituted by: 2009/7.




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Amendments to authorisations in Schedule by determination and clause

DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15, CONDITIONS OF SERVICE

5.6.4      Substituted by: 2006/7.

5.7.8      Omitted by: 2005/9.

5.7.8A     Inserted by: 2005/9. Substituted by: 2006/1.

5.7.9      Substituted by: 2005/9.

5.7.11     Inserted by: 2005/9.

5.7.14     Omitted by: 2007/3. Inserted by: 2009/5.

5.7.23     Substituted by: 2005/9.

5.8.4      Amended by: 2007/1. Substituted by: 2009/7; 2009/8.

5.8.10     Amended by: 2007/5. Substituted by: 2009/7.

5.8.12     Substituted by: 2009/7.

5.8.13     Substituted by: 2009/7.

5.11.6     Substituted by: 2006/9 and 12; 2007/11; 2008/7.

6.1.24     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

6.1.30     Substituted by: 2006/4 and 9; 2007/11; 2008/8.

6.1.30A    Inserted by: 2009/1.

6.2.14     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2008/7; 2009/6.

6.2.24     Substituted by: 2007/11; 2008/7; 2009/6.

6.2.27     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2008/7; 2009/6.

6.3.5      Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

6.6.4      Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

6.6.12     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

6.6.14     Substituted by: 2006/4 and 9; 2007/8 and 11; 2008/8.

6.6.15     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

6.6.16     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

6.6.19     Substituted by: 2006/9. Amended by: 2006/12. Substituted by: 2007/11; 2009/12.

6.6.20     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

6.6.21     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

6.6.22     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

6.6.24     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.




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Amendments to authorisations in Schedule by determination and clause

DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15, CONDITIONS OF SERVICE

6.6.25     Substituted by: 2006/9 and 12; 2007/11; 2009/12.

6.6.27     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

6.6.29     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

6.6.34     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

6.6.36     Substituted by: 2006/4 and 9; 2007/11; 2008/8.

6.6.37     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

6.6.39     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

6.6.41     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

6.6.45     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

6.6.47     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

6.6.48     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

6.6.52     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

6.6.53     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

6.6.53A    Inserted by: 2009/5.

6.6.64     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

6.6.67     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

6.6.68     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

6.6.70     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

6.6.71     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

6.6.75     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

6.6.76     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

6.6.77     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

6.8.3      Substituted by: 2009/12.

7.1.8      Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

7.1.14     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

7.1.21     Substituted by: 2007/11.

7.1.22     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

7.1.24     Substituted by: 2006/4 and 9; 2007/11; 2008/8.




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Amendments to authorisations in Schedule by determination and clause

DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15, CONDITIONS OF SERVICE

7.2.5      Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

7.2.12     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

7.2.17     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

7.3.11     Amended by: 2005/7. Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

7.3.11C    Inserted by: 2005/7.

7.3.12     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

7.3.13     Amended by: 2005/7. Substituted by: 2008/7.

7.3.15A    Inserted by: 2008/10.

7.3.18     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

7.3.19     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

7.3.21     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

7.3.25A    Inserted by: 2008/10. Omitted by: 2009/10.

7.4.6      Substituted by: 2006/4 and 9; 2007/11; 2008/8.

7.4.10     Substituted by: 2006/4 and 9; 2007/11; 2008/8.

7.4.13     Substituted by: 2006/4 and 9; 2007/11; 2008/8.

7.4.15     Substituted by: 2006/4 and 9; 2007/11; 2008/8.

7.4.16     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

7.4.17     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

7.4.18     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

7.4.20     Substituted by: 2006/4 and 9; 2007/11; 2008/8.

7.4.21     Substituted by: 2006/4 and 9; 2007/11; 2008/8.

7.4.22     Substituted by: 2006/4 and 9; 2007/11; 2008/8.

7.4.23     Substituted by: 2006/4 and 9; 2007/11; 2008/8.

7.4.24     Substituted by: 2006/4 and 9; 2007/11; 2008/8.

7.5.4      Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

7.5.6      Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

7.5.11     Inserted by: 2007/4.

7.5.12     Substituted by: 2006/9. Omitted by: 2007/4.




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Amendments to authorisations in Schedule by determination and clause

DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15, CONDITIONS OF SERVICE

7.5.13     Inserted by: 2007/4; 2007/11.

7.5.14     Substituted by: 2006/9. Omitted by: 2007/4.

7.5.15     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/4.

7.5.16     Inserted by: 2007/4.Substituted by: 2007/11.

7.5.18     Omitted by: 2007/4.

7.5.19     Inserted by: 2007/4.

7.5.22     Substituted by: 2006/9. Omitted by: 2007/4.

7.5.25     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/4 and 11.

7.5.26     Inserted by: 2006/4. Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/4 and 11.

7.5.27     Substituted by: 2006/9. Omitted by: 2007/4.

7.5.28     Substituted by: 2006/9. Omitted by: 2007/4.

7.5.29     Substituted by: 2006/9. Omitted by: 2006/12.

7.5.30     Substituted by: 2006/9. Omitted by: 2007/4.

7.5.32     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/4 and 11.

7.5.33     Substituted by: 2005/7; 2006/9. Omitted by: 2007/4.

7.5.34     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/4 and 11.

7.5.35     Substituted by: 2006/9. Omitted by: 2007/4.

7.5.36     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/4.

7.5.39     Substituted by: 2006/9. Omitted by: 2007/4.

7.5.40     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/4.

7.5.41     Inserted by: 2007/4. Substituted by: 2007/11.

7.5.43     Inserted by: 2007/4. Substituted by: 2007/11.

7.5.43B    Inserted by: 2008/10. Omitted by: 2009/10.

7.5.51     Inserted by: 2007/4. Substituted by: 2007/11; 2009/12.

7.5.52     Inserted by: 2007/4. Substituted by: 2007/11; 2009/12.

7.5.57     Inserted by: 2007/4. Substituted by: 2007/11.

7.5.58     Inserted by: 2007/4. Substituted by: 2007/11.

7.5.59     Inserted by: 2007/4. Substituted by: 2007/11.

7.5.60     Inserted by: 2007/4. Substituted by: 2007/11; 2008/1.




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15, CONDITIONS OF SERVICE

7.5.62     Inserted by: 2007/4. Substituted by: 2007/11.

7.5A.7     Inserted by: 2005/11. Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2008/1; 2009/12.

7.5A.8     Inserted by: 2005/11. Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2008/1; 2009/12.

7.5A.9     Inserted by: 2005/11. Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2008/1; 2009/12.

7.5A.13    Inserted by: 2005/11. Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2008/1.

7.6.11     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2008/1.

7.6.12     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2008/1.

7.6.25     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

7.6.28     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

7.6.28B    Inserted by: 2008/10. Omitted by: 2009/10.

7.6.31     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2008/1.

7.6.32     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2008/1.

7.6.34     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2008/1. Amended by: 2009/6.

7.6.40     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2008/1.

7.6.42     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2008/1.

7.6.45     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2008/1.

7.7.10     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2008/1.

7.8.4      Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2008/1.

7.8.5      Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2008/1.

7.8.13     Inserted by: 2007/4. Substituted by: 2007/11; 2008/1.

8.4.6      Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

8.4.7      Substituted by: 2009/12.

8.4.10     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

8.4.12     Substituted by: 2009/12.

8.4.13     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

8.4.19     Substituted by: 2009/12.

8.4.21     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

8.4.24     Substituted by: 2009/12.

8.4.25     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15, CONDITIONS OF SERVICE

8.5.4      Inserted by: 2006/6.

8.5.5      Inserted by: 2006/6.

8.5.6      Inserted by: 2006/6.

8.5.7      Omitted by: 2006/6.

8.6.13     Inserted by: 2007/6.

8.7.5      Inserted by: 2009/9.

8.7.6      Inserted by: 2009/9.

8.7.9      Inserted by: 2009/9.

8.7.10     Inserted by: 2009/9.

9.1.2      Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

9.1.3      Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

9.1.7      Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

9.1.10     Substituted by: 2006/9 and 12; 2007/11; 2008/7.

9.2.8      Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

9.2.9      Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

9.2.12     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

9.2.13     Substituted by: 2007/11; 2009/12.

9.2.14     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

9.2.21     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

9.2.26     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

9.2.27     Substituted by: 2005/8.

9.2.28     Substituted by: 2005/8.

9.2.34     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

9.2.43     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

9.3.5      Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

9.3.8      Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

9.3.11     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

9.3.16     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

9.3.18     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15, CONDITIONS OF SERVICE

9.3.32     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

9.3.38     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11.

9.3.47     Substituted by: 2005/9; 2006/1. Omitted by: 2008/1.

9.3.48     Inserted by: 2005/9.

9.3.49     Substituted by: 2005/9.

9.3.51     Substituted by: 2005/9; 2008/1.

9.3.52     Omitted by: 2005/9.

9.3.53     Substituted by: 2005/9.

9.3.53B    Inserted by: 2005/9.

9.3.53C    Inserted by: 2005/9.

9.3.55     Substituted by: 2006/9 and 12; 2007/11; 2008/7; 2009/12.

9.4.26     Inserted by: 2006/1.

9.4.27     Inserted by: 2006/1.

9.4.28     Inserted by: 2006/1.

9.4.29     Inserted by: 2006/1.

9.4.30     Inserted by: 2006/1.

9.4.31     Inserted by: 2006/1.

9.4.33     Inserted by: 2006/1.

9.4.35     Inserted by: 2006/1.

9.5.16     Inserted by: 2007/3.

9.5.27     Substituted by: 2008/1.

9.6.15     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

9.6.19     Substituted by: 2009/12.

10.2.3     Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/12.

10.3.2     Inserted by: 2006/12.

10.4.4     Substituted by: 2006/12; 2007/11; 2008/7.

10.4.5     Substituted by: 2006/12; 2007/11; 2008/7.

11.3.2     Substituted by: 2009/9.

11.3.3     Substituted by: 2009/9.




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15, CONDITIONS OF SERVICE

12.3.2     Omitted by: 2009/9.

12.3.3     Substituted by: 2008/8.

12.3.5     Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

12.3.8     Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

12.3.9     Amended by: 2005/8; 2008/8.

13.2.5     Substituted by: 2005/13.

13.3.11    Substituted by: 2005/13.

13.3.16    Substituted by: 2005/13.

13.3.18    Substituted by: 2005/13.

13.3.19    Substituted by: 2005/13.

13.4.1     Substituted by: 2005/13.

13.4.3     Substituted by: 2005/13.

13.4.4     Substituted by: 2005/13.

14.2.4     Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

14.2.6     Substituted by: 2005/13. Omitted by: 2008/6.

14.2.8     Substituted by: 2009/4.

14.3.5     Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

14.3.11    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.

14.3.14    Renumbered by: 2005/7. Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

14.3.22    Renumbered by: 2005/7. Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

14.3.23    Renumbered by: 2005/7. Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/11; 2009/4.

14.3.26    Renumbered by: 2005/7. Substituted by: 2005/13. Amended by: 2007/2. Substituted by:
           2008/8.

14.4.6     Substituted by: 2005/13; 2006/2 and 12.

14.4.7     Substituted by: 2005/13; 2006/2 and 12.

14.4.10    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.

14.4.16    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.

14.5.3     Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.

14.5.4     Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15, CONDITIONS OF SERVICE

14.6.10    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

14.6.13    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

14.6.14    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

14.6.16    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

14.6.17    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

14.6.21    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

14.6.22    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.

14.6.23    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

15.1.4     Substituted by: 2005/7.

15.2.17    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

15.2.32    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.

15.2.33    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

15.2.34    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

15.2.35    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

15.2.37    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.

15.2.40    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.

15.3.12    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8. Omitted by: 2009/5.

15.3.13    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

15.3.14    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

15.3.15    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

15.3.17    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

15.3.21    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.

15.3.25    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.

15.3.26    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.

15.3.31    Substituted by: 2008/5; 2009/2.

15.3.33    Inserted by: 2006/7. Substituted by: 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.

15.3.34    Inserted by: 2006/7. Substituted by: 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.

15.3.35    Inserted by: 2006/7. Substituted by: 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.

15.3.36    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2006/7; 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15, CONDITIONS OF SERVICE

15.3.37    Substituted by: 2005/13. Omitted by: 2006/7.

15.4.3     Substituted by: 2008/5; 2009/2.

15.4.7     Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.

15.4.14    Renumbered by: 2005/7. Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.

15.4.15    Renumbered by: 2005/7. Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/5, 8 and 9; 2009/2.

15.4.21    Renumbered by: 2005/7. Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

15.4.23    Renumbered by: 2005/7. Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

15.4.24    Renumbered by: 2005/7. Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

15.4.25    Renumbered by: 2005/7. Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

15.4.27    Renumbered by: 2005/7. Substituted by: 2008/5.

15.4.28    Renumbered by: 2005/7. Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.

15.5.5     Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.

15.5.8     Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.

15.5.13    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.

15.5.15    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.

15.5.16    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.

15.5.17    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.

15.5.18    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

15.5.19    Substituted by: 2006/1; 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.

15.5.23    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.

15.6.7     Substituted by: 2005/13. Omitted by: 2008/5.

15.6.14    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/1, 5 and 8; 2009/2.

15.6.15    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.

15.6.23    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.

15.6.25    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/5 and 8; 2009/2.

15.6.29    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

15.6.31    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

15.6.32    Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

15.7.4     Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/5 and 8.




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Amendments to authorisations in Schedule by determination and clause

DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15, CONDITIONS OF SERVICE

15.8.4      Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

16.2.2      Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

16.4.9      Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

16.4.11     Substituted by: 2008/5; 2009/2.

16.5.6      Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.

16.7.3      Substituted by: 2005/13; 2008/8.


DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2008/58, MEMBER WITH DEPENDANTS (UNACCOMPANIED) –
AMENDMENT

8.          Inserted by: 2008/10.


DFRT DETERMINATION 6 OF 1992, SALARIES

4.          Substituted by: 2006/12. Omitted by: 2008/7.

7.          Omitted by: 2008/7.

7AA.        Omitted by: 2008/7.

7A.         Omitted by: 2008/7.

11A.        Omitted by: 2008/7.

15.         Omitted by: 2008/7.

15AA.       Omitted by: 2008/7.

16.         Omitted by: 2008/7.

23.         Omitted by: 2008/7.

23AA.       Omitted by: 2008/7.

24.         Omitted by: 2008/7.




DFRT DETERMINATION 6 OF 1992, SALARIES

Schedules 4 and 10 – Note to the schedules

            Omitted by: 2008/7.

Schedules 4A and 10A – Note to the schedules

            Omitted by: 2008/7.




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Amendments to authorisations in Schedule by determination and clause

DFRT DETERMINATION 9 OF 1995, SUBMARINE SERVICE ALLOWANCE

2.         Omitted by: 2008/6.

4.         Omitted by: 2008/6.

8.         Omitted by: 2008/6.


DFRT DETERMINATION 14 OF 1995, FIELD ALLOWANCE

3.         Substituted by: 2009/5.

4.         Substituted by: 2009/5.


DFRT DETERMINATION 7 OF 1997, FLYING ALLOWANCE

3.         Omitted by: 2006/12.

6.         Omitted by: 2006/12.

7A.        Omitted by: 2006/12.

9.         Omitted by: 2006/12.


DFRT DETERMINATION 12 OF 1997, ARDUOUS CONDITIONS ALLOWANCE

5.         Substituted by: 2006/12; 2008/7.


DFRT DETERMINATION 2 OF 2001, PARATROOPER ALLOWANCE

3.         Substituted by: 2006/1 and 12; 2008/7.

5.         Substituted by: 2006/1 and 12; 2008/7.


DFRT DETERMINATION 11 OF 2002, SPECIAL ACTION FORCES ALLOWANCE

2.         Omitted by: 2008/4.

6.         Omitted by: 2008/4.

9.         Omitted by: 2008/4.




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Amendments to authorisations in Schedule by determination and clause

DFRT DETERMINATION 19 OF 2002, SPECIALIST OPERATIONS ALLOWANCE

2.         Omitted by: 2008/4.

4.         Omitted by: 2008/4.

7.         Omitted by: 2008/4.

12.        Omitted by: 2008/4.

15.        Substituted by: 2006/9; 2007/2. Omitted by: 2008/4.


DFRT DETERMINATION 14 OF 2003, SPECIALIST OFFICER CAREER AND SALARY STRUCTURE
FOR MEDICAL OFFICERS

15.        Omitted by: 2008/6.


DFRT DETERMINATION 4 OF 2006, FLYING AND FLIGHT DUTIES ALLOWANCE

4.         Inserted by: 2006/12. Omitted by: 2008/6.

11.        Inserted by: 2006/12. Omitted by: 2008/6.

14.        Inserted by: 2006/12. Omitted by: 2008/6.

15.        Inserted by: 2006/12. Omitted by: 2008/6.

16.        Inserted by: 2006/12. Omitted by: 2008/6.


DFRT DETERMINATION 4 OF 2008, ALLOWANCE FOR SPECIALIST OPERATIONS

4.         Inserted by: 2008/4.

7.         Inserted by: 2008/4.

10.        Inserted by: 2008/4. Substituted by: 2009/9.


DFRT DETERMINATION 5 OF 2008, SPECIAL FORCES DISABILITY ALLOWANCE

4.         Inserted by: 2008/4.


DFRT DETERMINATION 13 OF 2008, FLYING AND FLIGHT DUTIES ALLOWANCE

4.         Inserted by: 2008/6. Amended by: 2009/5.

6.         Inserted by: 2008/6.




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Amendments to authorisations in Schedule by determination and clause

DFRT DETERMINATION 14 OF 2008, SUBMARINE SERVICE ALLOWANCE

4.          Inserted by: 2008/6.

6.          Inserted by: 2008/6.


DFRT DETERMINATION 15 OF 2008, SALARIES

B.3.2       Inserted by: 2008/7.

Schedules B.6, note to Part 2

            Inserted by: 2008/7.

Schedules B.8, note to Part 2

            Inserted by: 2008/7.




                                Instrument of Authorisation – Footnote

This Principal Instrument has been amended by Instruments of Authorisation 2005/7 of 7 September
2005, 2005/8 of 12 October 2005, 2005/9 of 12 October 2005, 2005/10 of 15 November 2005, 2005/11
of 4 December 2005, 2005/12 of 4 December 2005, 2005/13 of 10 December 2005 and 2005/14 of
2 December 2005; 2006/1 of 4 February 2006, 2006/2 of 1 March 2006, 2006/3 of 27 February 2006,
2006/4 of 6 April 2006, 2006/5 of 6 April 2006, 2006/6 of 11 April 2006, 2006/7 of 11 June 2006,
2006/8 of 8 July 2006, 2006/9 of 27 September 2006, 2006/10 of 26 September 2006, 2006/11 of
15 October 2006, 2006/12 of 23 November 2006, 2006/13 of 7 December 2006 and 2006/14 of
14 December 2006; 2007/1 of 20 March 2007, 2007/2 of 29 April 2007, 2007/3 of 11 June 2007,
2007/4 of 25 June 2007, 2007/5 of 30 June 2007, 2007/6 of 8 July 2007, 2007/7 of 17 July 2007,
2007/8 of 31 July 2007, 2007/9 of 15 August 2007, 2007/10 of 14 October 2007, 2007/11 of
11 December 2007 and 2007/12 of 4 January 2008; 2008/1 of 15 February 2008, 2008/2 of
15 February 2008, 2008/3 of 12 March 2008, 2008/4 of 2 June 2008, 2008/5 of 16 June 2008, 2008/6
of 7 August 2008, 2008/7 of 24 July 2008, 2008/8 of 28 August 2008, 2008/9 of 8 October 2008 and
2008/10 of 3 December 2008; 2009/1 of 22 February 2009, 2009/2 of 2 March 2009, 2009/3 of
16 March 2009, 2009/4 of 16 April 2009, 2009/5 of 17 June 2009, 2009/6 of 10 August 2009, 2009/7 of
30 July 2009, 2009/8 of 8 August 2009, 2009/9 of 7 September 2009, 2009/10 of 7 September 2009,
2009/11 of 5 October 2009 and 2009/12 of 5 October 2009.




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Division 3: Secretary's Instrument of Authorisation

4.9    Purpose
      1.   This is the Secretary's Instrument of Authorisation 2009/3.

      2.   The Instrument sets out who is authorised to exercise certain discretions on behalf of the
           Secretary, dealing with overseas conditions of service under the DeCA.



4.10 Secretary's Instrument of Authorisation
           A copy of the Secretary's Instrument of Authorisation is located at Annex 4.C.




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                       Instrument of Authorisation 2009/3
                     Clause H12 Defence Collective Agreement 2006-2009


I, IAN JAMES WATT, Secretary of the Department of Defence, hereby:

1.     note all previous Instruments of Authorisation made by the Secretary in relation to
determinations under clause H12 of the Defence Collective Agreement 2006-2009 ended on
14 August 2009;

2.       authorise the persons holding, occupying, or performing the duties of the following
positions to exercise, for and on my behalf, all my powers on overseas conditions of service
listed in the Schedule to this Instrument and published in the Defence Pay and Conditions
Manual, Overseas Conditions of Service volume, other than my power under clause 13.2.10 of
that volume.

       a.      Head People Capability.

       b.      Head People Policy.

       c.      Director General Personnel Policy and Employment Conditions.

3.      authorise the persons of the class of persons holding, occupying, or performing the duties
of a position listed for an item in the Schedule to this Instrument to exercise for and on my behalf
the powers specified for that item.

4.     declare that this Instrument of Authorisation commences on the date of signature.


Dated 10 September 2009




I J WATT
Secretary
Department of Defence




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 DEFENCE PAY AND CONDITIONS MANUAL, OVERSEAS CONDITIONS OF SERVICE.
 Chapter 12          Overseas conditions of service – overview

Provision                    General description                              Authorised person

Subclause 12.3.3.2           Approve travel at a class higher than            A person working in the Personnel Administration Centre in Southern Victoria who
                             economy class.                                   is:
                                                                              - Overseas Administration Team Leader
                                                                              - Personnel Administration Manager Specialist
                                                                              - Civilian and Overseas Personnel Administration Centre Manager
                                                                              - Manager Personnel Administration Centre
                                                                              Defence Travel Services Manager

Paragraph 12.3.5.1.c         Approve a person who is a relative of the        A person working in the Personnel Administration Centre in Southern Victoria who
                             member or of their spouse as a dependant         is:
                             for a specified period, for the purposes of a    - Personnel Administration Manager Specialist
                             particular provision.                            - Civilian and Overseas Personnel Administration Centre Manager
                                                                              - Manager Personnel Administration Centre
Subclause 12.3.5.4           For the purpose of approving a person as a
                             dependant, approve a period of between 6
                             and 12 months as the period for which the
                             dependant lives, or intends to live with the
                             member at the posting location.




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Provision              General description                              Authorised person

Paragraph 12.3.9.1.b   Decide that it is reasonable to treat a period   A person working in the Personnel Administration Centre in Southern Victoria who
                       of duty for longer than six months in total in   is:
                       a series of overseas countries as a long-        - Overseas Administration Team Leader
                       term posting.                                    - Personnel Administration Manager Specialist
                                                                        - Civilian and Overseas Personnel Administration Centre Manager
Paragraph 12.3.9.1.c   Extend a period of short-term duty beyond        - Manager Personnel Administration Centre
                       six months.

Clause 12.5.4          Approve an employee to take leave without        Group Head, Executive Head or Chief of Staff Australian Defence Headquarters
                       pay to be employed by the UN or other
                                                                        Director General Personnel Policy and Employment Conditions
                       multi-national force to perform services for
                       a specified period at an overseas location.

Clause 12.5.6          Approve conditions of service to apply to an     Director General Personnel Policy and Employment Conditions
                       employee on contract of employment with
                       the UN.




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Provision             General description                                           Authorised person

Clause 15.3.13        Authorise up to four reunion visits a year by a               A person working in the Personnel Administration Centre in Southern
                      dependant who does not live at the employee's posting         Victoria who is:
                      location                                                      - Overseas Administration Team Leader
                                                                                    - Personnel Administration Manager Specialist
Clause 15.3.14        Permit a reunion visit within three months of the start       - Civilian and Overseas Personnel Administration Centre Manager
                      or end of the posting period, if satisfied that there are     - Manager Personnel Administration Centre
                      exceptional circumstances.

Subclause 15.3.15.4   Authorise an employee be provided with a ticket for
                      transport instead of repayment for reunion travel.

Clause 15.3.17        Decide that it is reasonable for a dependant to be
                      reunited with a non-dependant at Commonwealth
                      expense.




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Provision               General description                                           Authorised person

Subclause 15.3.21.1     Authorise an employee to use their private vehicle for        A person not below WO2/APS 5 who is authorised to manage Defence
                        official purposes.                                            personnel administration at the overseas post
                                                                                      Senior ADF Representative at the overseas post
Paragraph 15.3.21.6.a   Decide the normal means of transport for a journey
                        that the employee undertakes by private vehicle.              A person working in the Personnel Administration Centre in Southern
                                                                                      Victoria who is:
Subclause 15.3.25.1     Authorise hire of an official vehicle for casual short-       - Overseas Administration Team Leader
                        term private use.                                             - Personnel Administration Manager Specialist
                                                                                      - Civilian and Overseas Personnel Administration Centre Manager
Subclause 15.3.25.3     Decide that an employee or dependant should be                - Manager Personnel Administration Centre
                        given a vehicle with a driver, because driving a motor        A person authorised to manage Defence personnel administration at the
                        vehicle at or in the region of a employee’s posting           specified overseas post who locally engage staff (LES) who is:
                        location would be an unacceptable risk to their               - Secretary (Defence) Berlin
                        personal safety.                                              - Defence Administrative Assistant Baghdad
                                                                                      - Defence Office Manager Islamabad
                                                                                      - Research and Finance Officer Paris
                                                                                      - Personnel Assistant to Defence Attaché Ankara
                                                                                      - Defence Office Manager Ottawa
                                                                                      - Defence Administration Assistant – New Delhi
                                                                                      - Manager Defence Administration – London




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Annex 6.A: Clause notes

DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause   Amendments
1.1.3     Amended by: 2006/66 and 71.

1.2.11    Amended by: 2006/44.

1.3.5     Amended by: 2009/3.

1.3.12    Substituted by: 2009/44.

1.3.15    Amended by: 2008/27.

1.3.16    Substituted by: 2008/27. Amended by: 2008/60.

1.3.36    Amended by: 2006/62.

1.3.41    Substituted by: 2008/27.

1.3.49    Substituted by: 2008/27.

1.3.52    Amended by: 2006/62; 2009/26.

1.3.54    Amended by: 2005/34.

1.3.57    Amended by: 2008/27.

1.3.64    Substituted by: 2008/27.

1.3.67    Amended by: 2008/32.

1.3.70    Substituted by: 2008/27.

1.3.72    Amended by: 2008/32.

1.3.73    Substituted by: 2008/28.

1.3.75    Substituted by: 2005/52.

1.3.76    Substituted by: 2005/52.

1.3.77    Substituted by: 2005/52.

1.3.77A   Inserted by: 2005/52.

1.3.78    Amended by: 2005/52.

1.3.79    Substituted by: 2005/52. Amended by: 2008/12 and 58.

1.3.80    Substituted by: 2006/62. Amended by: 2008/58.

1.3.81    Amended by: 2005/52; 2006/25. Substituted by: 2006/62. Amended by: 2008/52 and 58.

1.3.81A   Inserted by: 2005/52. Omitted by: 2006/62

1.3.82    Substituted by: 2007/36.

1.3.83    Substituted by: 2005/52. Amended by: 2006/62.



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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause       Amendments
1.3.84        Inserted by: 2005/52.

Annex 1.3.A
              Inserted by: 2007/36.

1.4.2         Amended by: 2007/24.

1.5.2         Substituted by: 2005/52. Amended by: 2006/62.

1.6.1         Amended by: 2005/52; 2006/66; 2007/65; 2009/44 and 58.

1.6.2         Amended by: 2005/52.

2.0.1         Numbered by: 2009/25.

2.0.2         Numbered by: 2009/25.

2.2.11        Amended by: 2005/32; 2008/32.

2.2.21        Amended by: 2005/52; 2009/27.

2.2.32        Amended by: 2005/32; 2006/60; 2007/62.

2.2.33        Amended by: 2005/32; 2006/60; 2007/62.

2.2.34        Amended by: 2005/32; 2006/60; 2007/62.

2.3.2         Amended by: 2008/56; 2009/10.

2.3.5         Amended by: 2008/32.

2.3.6         Amended by: 2009/31.

2.3.20        Amended by: 2006/66.

2.3.22        Amended by: 2006/66.

2.3.23        Inserted by: 2008/56.

2.3.24        Inserted by: 2008/56.

2.3.25        Inserted by: 2008/56.

2.3.26        Inserted by: 2008/56.

2.3.27        Inserted by: 2008/56.

2.3.28        Inserted by: 2008/56.

2.3.29        Inserted by: 2009/10.

2.3.30        Inserted by: 2009/10.

3.0.1         Numbered by: 2009/25.




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause    Amendments
Chapter 3 Contents
3.0.2      Amended by: 2008/32. Numbered and amended by: 2009/25.

3.2.1      Substituted by: 2008/27.

3.2.2      Substituted by: 2008/27.

3.2.3      Substituted by: 2006/56; 2007/53. Substituted by: 2008/27.

3.2.3A     Inserted by: 2007/53. Omitted by: 2008/27.

3.2.3B     Inserted by: 2007/53. Omitted by: 2008/27.

3.2.4      Substituted by: 2008/27.

3.2.5      Substituted by: 2008/27.

3.2.6      Amended by: 2007/53. Substituted by: 2008/27.

3.2.7      Amended by: 2007/53. Substituted by: 2008/27. Amended by: 2009/17.

3.2.8      Substituted by: 2007/53. Substituted by: 2008/27.

3.2.9      Substituted by: 2008/27.

3.2.10     Substituted by: 2008/27.

3.2.11     Substituted by: 2008/27.

3.2.12     Substituted by: 2008/27.

3.2.13     Amended by: 2009/64.

3.2.14     Substituted by: 2008/27.

3.2.15     Inserted by: 2008/27.

3.2.16     Inserted by: 2008/27.

3.2.17     Inserted by: 2008/27.

3.2.18     Inserted by: 2008/27.

3.2.19     Inserted by: 2008/27.

3.2.19A    Inserted by: 2009/22.

3.2.20     Inserted by: 2008/27.

3.2.21     Inserted by: 2008/27.

3.2.22     Inserted by: 2008/27.

3.2.23     Inserted by: 2008/27.

3.2.24     Inserted by: 2008/27.




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause       Amendments
3.2.25        Inserted by: 2008/27.

3.2.26        Inserted by: 2008/27.

3.2.27        Inserted by: 2008/27.

3.2.28        Inserted by: 2008/27.

3.2.29        Inserted by: 2008/27.

3.2.30        Inserted by: 2008/27.

3.2.31        Inserted by: 2008/27.

3.2.32        Inserted by: 2008/27.

3.2.33        Inserted by: 2008/27.

3.2.34        Inserted by: 2008/27. Amended by: 2009/22.

3.2.35        Inserted by: 2008/27. Amended by: 2008/32.

3.2.36        Inserted by: 2008/27.

3.2.37        Inserted by: 2008/27.

3.2.38        Inserted by: 2008/27.

3.2.39        Inserted by: 2008/27.

3.2.40        Inserted by: 2008/27.

3.2.41        Inserted by: 2008/27.

3.2.42        Inserted by: 2008/27.

3.2.43        Inserted by: 2008/27. Amended by: 2008/48.

3.2.44        Inserted by: 2008/27.

3.2.45        Inserted by: 2008/27.

3.2.46        Inserted by: 2008/27.

3.2.47        Inserted by: 2009/14.

3.2.48        Inserted by: 2009/50.

3.2.49        Inserted by: 2009/50.

Annex 3.2.A
              Inserted by: 2008/27. Amended by: 2008/43. Substituted by: 2009/4.

Annex 3.2.B
              Inserted by: 2008/27.




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause   Amendments
3.5.2     Amended by: 2005/43, 44 and 51; 2006/14, 30, 31, 32, 33, 53, 55, 67, 70, 72 and 74;
          2007/7, 8, 13, 20, 22, 42, 43, 66, 67, 69, 76 and 80; 2008/6, 35, 41 and 54; 2009/62 and
          63.

3.5.15    Inserted by: 2006/54.

3.5.16    Inserted by: 2006/54.

3.5.17    Inserted by: 2006/54.

3.5.18    Inserted by: 2006/54.

3.5.19    Inserted by: 2006/54.

3.5.39A   Inserted by: 2005/43.

3.5.39B   Inserted by: 2005/43.

3.5.39C   Inserted by: 2005/43. Amended by: 2008/27; 2009/3.

3.5.39D   Inserted by: 2005/43.

3.5.39E   Inserted by: 2005/43.

3.5.39F   Inserted by: 2005/43.

3.5.39G   Inserted by: 2005/43.

3.5.39H   Inserted by: 2005/43.

3.5.39I   Inserted by: 2005/43.

3.5.39J   Inserted by: 2005/43.

3.5.39K   Inserted by: 2005/43.

3.5.39L   Inserted by: 2005/43.

3.5.39M   Inserted by: 2005/43.

3.5.39N   Inserted by: 2005/43.

3.5.39O   Inserted by: 2005/43.

3.5.41    Substituted by: 2007/11. Amended by: 2007/51.

3.5.41A   Inserted by: 2007/51.

3.5.41B   Inserted by: 2007/56.

3.5.41C   Inserted by: 2008/64.

3.5.42    Amended by: 2007/14 and 64; 2008/27.

3.5.43    Amended by: 2005/30; 2007/64.




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause   Amendments
3.5.43A   Inserted by: 2005/31. Amended by: 2005/39; 2007/64.

3.5.44    Inserted by: 2005/16. Amended by: 2007/11 and 51

3.5.44A   Inserted by: 2005/44.

3.5.44B   Inserted by: 2005/44.

3.5.44C   Inserted by: 2005/44. Amended by: 2008/27; 2009/3.

3.5.44D   Inserted by: 2005/44.

3.5.44E   Inserted by: 2005/44.

3.5.44F   Inserted by: 2005/44.

3.5.44G   Inserted by: 2005/44. Amended by: 2005/51.

3.5.44H   Inserted by: 2005/44.

3.5.44I   Inserted by: 2005/44. Amended by: 2008/27; 2009/3.

3.5.44J   Inserted by: 2005/44. Amended by: 2008/27; 2009/3.

3.5.44K   Inserted by: 2005/44.

3.5.44L   Renumbered by: 2005/30 and 44. Omitted by: 2006/48.

3.5.45    Amended by: 2006/18. Omitted by: 2006/48. Inserted by: 2007/76.

3.5.46    Amended by: 2006/18. Omitted by: 2006/48. Inserted by: 2007/76.

3.5.46A   Inserted by: 2007/76.

3.5.46B   Inserted by: 2007/76.

3.5.47    Inserted by: 2005/51.

3.5.48    Inserted by: 2005/51.

3.5.49    Inserted by: 2005/51. Amended by: 2006/5; 2008/27; 2009/3.

3.5.50    Inserted by: 2005/51.

3.5.51    Inserted by: 2005/51. Amended by: 2006/5.

3.5.52    Inserted by: 2005/51. Amended by: 2006/5 and 64.

3.5.53    Inserted by: 2005/51.

3.5.54    Inserted by: 2005/51.

3.5.55    Inserted by: 2005/51.




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause   Amendments
3.5.107   Inserted by: 2006/53. Amended by: 2007/52.

3.5.108   Inserted by: 2006/53. Amended by: 2007/52.

3.5.109   Inserted by: 2006/53. Amended by: 2007/52 and 78.

3.5.110   Inserted by: 2006/53.

3.5.111   Inserted by: 2006/53. Amended by: 2007/52.

3.5.112   Inserted by: 2006/53. Amended by: 2007/52; 2008/27.

3.5.113   Inserted by: 2006/53.

3.5.114   Inserted by: 2006/53. Amended by: 2007/52.

3.5.115   Inserted by: 2006/55.

3.5.116   Inserted by: 2006/55.

3.5.117   Inserted by: 2006/55.

3.5.118   Inserted by: 2006/55. Amended by: 2008/27.

3.5.119   Inserted by: 2006/55.

3.5.120   Inserted by: 2006/55.

3.5.121   Inserted by: 2006/55. Amended by: 2006/70.

3.5.122   Inserted by: 2006/55. Amended by: 2006/78.

3.5.123   Inserted by: 2006/55.

3.5.124   Inserted by: 2006/55.

3.5.125   Inserted by: 2006/55. Amended by: 2008/27.

3.5.126   Inserted by: 2006/55.

3.5.127   Inserted by: 2006/55.

3.5.128   Inserted by: 2006/67.

3.5.129   Inserted by: 2006/67.

3.5.130   Inserted by: 2006/67. Amended by: 2008/27.

3.5.131   Inserted by: 2006/67. Amended by: 2008/27 and 32.

3.5.132   Inserted by: 2006/67. Amended by: 2009/60.

3.5.133   Inserted by: 2006/67.

3.5.134   Inserted by: 2006/67.




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause   Amendments
3.5.135   Inserted by: 2006/67.

3.5.136   Inserted by: 2006/67. Amended by: 2006/78; 2008/27.

3.5.137   Inserted by: 2006/67.

3.5.138   Inserted by: 2006/67.

3.5.139   Inserted by: 2006/67. Amended by: 2008/27.

3.5.140   Inserted by: 2006/67.

3.5.141   Inserted by: 2006/67.

3.5.142   Inserted by: 2006/70.

3.5.143   Inserted by: 2006/70.

3.5.144   Inserted by: 2006/70.

3.5.145   Inserted by: 2006/70. Amended by: 2008/27.

3.5.146   Inserted by: 2006/70.

3.5.147   Inserted by: 2006/70.

3.5.148   Inserted by: 2006/70.

3.5.149   Inserted by: 2006/70. Amended by: 2006/78.

3.5.150   Inserted by: 2006/70.

3.5.151   Inserted by: 2006/70.

3.5.152   Inserted by: 2006/70. Amended by: 2008/27.

3.5.153   Inserted by: 2006/70.

3.5.154   Inserted by: 2006/70.

3.5.155   Inserted by: 2006/72. Amended by: 2007/52.

3.5.156   Inserted by: 2006/72.

3.5.157   Inserted by: 2006/72.

3.5.158   Inserted by: 2006/72. Amended by: 2007/52; 2008/27.

3.5.159   Inserted by: 2006/72. Amended by: 2007/52.

3.5.160   Inserted by: 2006/72. Amended by: 2006/74; 2007/52.

3.5.161   Inserted by: 2006/72. Amended by: 2007/52.




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause   Amendments
3.5.316   Inserted by: 2008/41.

3.5.317   Inserted by: 2008/41.

3.5.318   Inserted by: 2008/41.

3.5.319   Inserted by: 2008/54.

3.5.320   Inserted by: 2008/54.

3.5.321   Inserted by: 2008/54.

3.5.322   Inserted by: 2008/54.

3.5.323   Inserted by: 2008/54.

3.5.324   Inserted by: 2008/54.

3.5.325   Inserted by: 2008/54.

3.5.326   Inserted by: 2008/54.

3.5.327   Inserted by: 2008/54.

3.5.328   Inserted by: 2008/54.

3.5.329   Inserted by: 2009/62.

3.5.330   Inserted by: 2009/62.

3.5.331   Inserted by: 2009/62.

3.5.332   Inserted by: 2009/62.

3.5.333   Inserted by: 2009/62.

3.5.334   Inserted by: 2009/62.

3.5.335   Inserted by: 2009/62.

3.5.336   Inserted by: 2009/62.

3.5.337   Inserted by: 2009/62.

3.5.338   Inserted by: 2009/62.

3.5.339   Inserted by: 2009/62.

3.5.340   Inserted by: 2009/63.

3.5.341   Inserted by: 2009/63.

3.5.342   Inserted by: 2009/63.

3.5.343   Inserted by: 2009/63.




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                                                Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause       Amendments
3.5.344       Inserted by: 2009/63.

3.5.345       Inserted by: 2009/63.

3.5.346       Inserted by: 2009/63.

Annex 3.5.AB
           Inserted by: 2005/54.

Annex 3.5.E
              Inserted by: 2005/43.

Annex 3.5.F
              Inserted by: 2005/44.

Annex 3.5.G
              Inserted by: 2005/51. Amended by: 2006/5

Annex 3.5.H
              Inserted by: 2006/5.

Annex 3.5.I
              Inserted by: 2006/14.

Annex 3.5.L
              Inserted by: 2006/32.

Annex 3.5.M
              Inserted by: 2006/33. Amended by: 2006/41.

Annex 3.5.N
              Inserted by: 2006/53. Amended by: 2007/52.

Annex 3.5.O
              Inserted by: 2006/55. Amended by: 2007/58.

Annex 3.5.P
              Inserted by: 2006/67.

Annex 3.5.Q
              Inserted by: 2006/70.

Annex 3.5.R
              Inserted by: 2006/72. Amended by: 2007/52.

Annex 3.5.S
              Inserted by: 2006/74.

Annex 3.5.T
              Inserted by: 2007/7. Amended by: 2007/9; 2008/40.

Annex 3.5.U
              Inserted by: 2007/8.




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                                                  Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause       Amendments
Annex 3.5.V
              Inserted by: 2007/13.

Annex 3.5.W
           Inserted by: 2007/20. Amended by: 2007/58.

Annex 3.5.X
              Inserted by: 2007/22.

Annex 3.5.Y
              Inserted by: 2007/22. Substituted by: 2007/58.

Annex 3.5.Z
              Inserted by: 2007/42.

Annex 3.5.ZA
           Inserted by: 2007/43.

Annex 3.5.ZB
           Inserted by: 2007/67.

Annex 3.5.ZC
           Inserted by: 2007/69.

Annex 3.5.ZD
           Inserted by: 2007/76.

Annex 3.5.ZE
           Inserted by: 2007/80.

Annex 3.5.ZF
           Inserted by: 2008/6. Amended by: 2008/8.

Annex 3.5.ZG
           Inserted by: 2008/35.

Annex 3.5.ZH
           Inserted by: 2008/41.

Annex 3.5.ZI
            Inserted by: 2008/54.

Annex 3.5.ZJ
            Inserted by: 2009/62.

Annex 3.5.ZK
           Inserted by: 2009/63.

3.6.1         Substituted by: 2007/5.

3.6.2         Amended by: 2005/34. Substituted by: 2007/5.

3.6.3         Inserted by: 2007/5.




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                                                 Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause     Amendments
Chapter 3 Part 7 Title
            Substituted by: 2009/18.

3.7.1       Omitted by: 2009/18.

3.7.2       Omitted by: 2009/18.

3.7.3       Omitted by: 2009/18.

4.0.1       Numbered by: 2009/25.

4.0.2       Numbered by: 2009/25.

4.1.6       Amended by: 2006/56; 2008/27.

4.1.7       Amended by: 2007/49.

4.1.11      Amended by: 2006/56; 2008/61.

4.1.16      Amended by: 2006/56.

4.1.17      Amended by: 2007/35.

4.1.18A     Inserted by: 2007/23.

4.1.18B     Inserted by: 2009/22.

4.4.2       Substituted by: 2005/34.

4.4.3       Amended by: 2005/34.

4.4.4       Amended by: 2007/44; 2009/21.

4.4.5       Amended by: 2005/34.

4.4.6       Amended by: 2005/34.

4.4.7       Amended by: 2005/34; 2008/63.

4.4.8       Amended by: 2005/34; 2006/63.

4.4.9       Amended by: 2005/34; 2006/45 and 62; 2007/49; 2008/33; 2009/46.

4.4.10      Amended by: 2005/34; 2006/45 and 62; 2007/49; 2008/33; 2009/46.

4.4.10A     Inserted by: 2005/34. Amended by: 2006/62 and 66. Omitted by: 2007/71.

4.4.10B     Inserted by: 2007/44. Amended by: 2007/49 and 59. Omitted by: 2009/21.

4.4.11      Amended by: 2005/34; 2006/62. Substituted by: 2007/27. Amended by: 2008/63.

4.4.12      Amended by: 2005/34. Amended by: 2007/27.

4.4.13      Amended by: 2005/34.




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                                                   Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause       Amendments
4.4.14        Amended by: 2005/34; 2006/62.

4.4.15        Amended by: 2005/34; 2006/62.

4.4.20        Amended by: 2005/34; 2008/33.

4.4.22        Amended by: 2005/35 and 52; 2006/45; 2007/49; 2009/46.

4.4.26        Amended by: 2005/35; 2006/45; 2007/49; 2008/33; 2009/46.

4.4.29        Omitted by: 2005/34.

4.4.30        Amended by: 2005/27. Omitted by: 2005/34.

4.4.31        Omitted by: 2005/34.

4.4.32        Omitted by: 2005/34.

4.4.33        Omitted by: 2005/34.

4.4.34        Omitted by: 2005/34.

4.4.35        Omitted by: 2005/34.

4.4.36        Omitted by: 2005/34.

4.4.37        Omitted by: 2005/34.

4.4.38        Substituted by: 2005/34.

4.4.39        Substituted by: 2005/34.

4.4.40        Substituted by: 2005/34. Amended by: 2006/45; 2007/49; 2008/33.

4.4.41        Omitted by: 2005/34.

4.4.43        Amended by: 2009/3.

4.4.47A       Inserted by: 2007/78.

4.4.48        Amended by 2005/35; 2006/45; 2007/49; 2008/33; 2009/46.

4.4.50        Amended by: 2007/78.

Annex 4.4.A
              Substituted by: 2005/34.

4.5.9         Amended by: 2005/19; 2006/38; 2007/28; 2008/24; 2009/41.

4.6.3         Amended by: 2008/27. Substituted by: 2009/1.

4.6.4         Amended by: 2006/19.

4.6.6         Amended by: 2008/21.




PACMATE                                  AL12 (October 2009)                                   Annex 6.A – 21
                                               Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause   Amendments
4.6.7     Amended by: 2008/21.

4.6.8     Omitted by: 2009/1.

4.6.9     Amended by: 2005/28. Omitted by: 2009/1.

4.6.11    Inserted by: 2007/44. Amended by: 2007/49; 2008/33; 2009/1. Omitted by: 2009/21.

4.7.5     Substituted by: 2008/27.

4.7.7     Amended by: 2007/31; 2008/27 and 60.

4.7.8     Amended by: 2005/52; 2008/27.

4.7.11    Amended by: 2005/34.

4.7.21    Amended by: 2007/59. Substituted by: 2009/38.

4.8.2     Amended by: 2006/35.

4.8.3     Substituted by: 2008/45.

4.8.3A    Inserted by: 2007/40.

4.8.5     Amended by: 2006/40 and 41; 2007/40, 64 and 77. Substituted by: 2008/45. Amended by:
          2009/56.

4.8.6     Substituted by: 2009/56.

4.8.7     Amended by: 2006/41. Substituted by: 2008/45. Amended by: 2009/56.

4.8.18    Amended by: 2006/34.

4.8.19    Amended by: 2006/34.

4.8.24    Substituted by: 2009/1. Amended by: 2009/17.

4.8.26    Amended by: 2005/35 and 46. Substituted by: 2007/48.

4.8.28A   Inserted by: 2006/44.

4.8.29    Substituted by: 2006/44.

4.8.30    Substituted by: 2006/44. Amended by: 2006/56; 2008/27 and 32; 2009/50.

4.8.30A   Inserted by: 2006/44. Amended by: 2006/56; 2008/27

4.8.32    Inserted by: 2006/35.

4.8.33    Inserted by: 2006/35. Amended by: 2006/75.

4.8.34    Inserted by: 2006/35. Amended by: 2006/47.

4.8.35    Inserted by: 2006/75. Amended by: 2007/31.

4.8.36    Inserted by: 2006/75.




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                                                   Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause       Amendments
Annex 4.8.A
              Inserted by: 2006/35.

Annex 4.8.B
              Inserted by: 2006/75.

4.9.3         Amended by: 2006/35.

4.9.4         Amended by: 2005/17; 2006/12, 35 and 68; 2007/50; 2008/19; 2009/6.

5.0.1         Numbered by: 2009/25.

5.0.2         Numbered by: 2009/25.

5.1.3         Amended by: 2005/37; 2009/3.

5.2.10        Amended by: 2006/56. Substituted by: 2008/32.

5.2.11        Amended by: 2008/32.

5.2.13        Amended by: 2008/32.

5.2.14        Substituted by: 2008/70.

5.2.15        Amended by: 2006/56; 2008/32.

5.2.16        Amended by: 2006/64; 2007/44 and 49; 2009/16 and 21.

5.2.26        Amended by: 2006/3.

5.2.27        Amended by: 2005/20.

5.2.29        Amended by: 2008/27.

5.2.30        Amended by: 2006/56.

5.2.32        Amended by: 2008/27.

5.2.33        Amended by: 2006/3.

Annex 5.2.A
              Substituted by: 2005/58.

5.3.7         Amended by: 2008/12; 2009/26.

5.3.8         Amended by: 2007/59.

5.3.21        Amended by: 2008/27.

5.3.22        Amended by: 2008/27.

5.3.23        Amended by: 2005/34; 2006/56.

5.3.26        Amended by: 2005/34; 2008/27.

5.3.27        Amended by: 2008/27.




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                                               Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause   Amendments
5.4.9     Amended by: 2005/52.

5.4.14    Amended by: 2006/3.

5.4.15    Substituted by: 2006/3.

5.4.18    Amended by: 2006/3.

5.4.22    Substituted by: 2006/3.

5.4.26    Amended by: 2006/3.

5.4.30    Amended by: 2006/3.

5.4.32    Amended by: 2005/52.

5.5.3     Amended by: 2006/22 and 24.

5.5.4     Amended by: 2006/22.

5.5.6     Amended by: 2005/52; 2006/22 and 66.

5.5.9     Inserted by: 2006/22. Omitted by: 2008/40.

5.6.2A    Inserted by: 2007/26.

5.6.3     Substituted by: 2007/26.

5.6.8     Substituted by: 2007/26.

5.6.8A    Inserted by: 2007/26.

5.6.9     Amended by: 2006/3.

5.7.2     Amended by: 2005/39.

5.7.8     Substituted by: 2005/37. Amended by 2005/52.

5.7.8A    Inserted by: 2005/37.

5.7.9     Substituted by: 2005/37. Amended by: 2006/12 and 24.

5.7.10    Substituted by: 2005/37.

5.7.11    Substituted by: 2005/37. Amended by: 2005/52.

5.7.15    Amended by: 2005/37.

5.7.23    Substituted by: 2005/37.

5.8.2     Substituted by: 2007/34.

5.8.5     Substituted by: 2005/52.

5.8.7     Amended by: 2005/37; 2008/27 and 28.




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                                                   Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause       Amendments
5.8.8         Amended by: 2006/71.

5.8.10        Amended by: 2005/52; 2007/34.

5.8.14        Amended by: 2009/58.

5.8.16        Substituted by: 2008/27.

5.8.17        Amended by: 2006/71; 2008/27.

5.8.21        Inserted by: 2007/34.

5.8.22        Inserted by: 2007/34.

5.8.23        Inserted by: 2007/34.

5.8.24        Inserted by: 2007/34.

5.8.25        Inserted by: 2007/34.

5.8.26        Inserted by: 2007/34.

5.8.27        Inserted by: 2007/34.

5.8.28        Inserted by: 2007/34.

5.8.29        Inserted by: 2007/34.

5.8.30        Inserted by: 2007/34. Substituted by: 2008/27.

5.8.31        Inserted by: 2007/34.

5.8.32        Inserted by: 2007/34.

Annex 5.8.A
              Substituted by: 2005/34.

5.9.1         Inserted by: 2007/60.

5.9.2         Inserted by: 2007/60.

5.9.3         Inserted by: 2007/60.

5.9.4         Inserted by: 2007/60.

5.9.5         Inserted by: 2007/60. Amended by: 2007/71.

5.9.6         Inserted by: 2007/60.

5.9.7         Inserted by: 2007/60.

5.9.8         Inserted by: 2007/60.

5.10.1        Amended by: 2007/62.

5.10.2A       Inserted by: 2007/62. Substituted by: 2009/3.




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                                                 Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause     Amendments
5.11.8      Substituted by: 2007/31.

Annex 5.11.A
           Inserted by: 2007/31.

6.0.1       Numbered by: 2005/52.

6.0.2       Numbered by: 2005/52. Amended by: 2009/44.

6.0.3       Numbered and amended by: 2005/52.

6.1.3       Omitted by: DFRT No. 21 of 2006.

6.1.4       Omitted by: DFRT No. 21 of 2006.

6.1.5       Amended by: 2006/62. Omitted by: DFRT No. 21 of 2006.

6.1.6       Omitted by: DFRT No. 21 of 2006.

6.1.7       Amended by: DFRT No. 5 of 2005; Nos. 1 and 16 of 2006. Amended by: 2006/62. Omitted
            by: DFRT No. 21 of 2006.

6.1.8       Amended by: DFRT No. 5 of 2005; Nos. 1 and 16 of 2006. Amended by: 2006/62. Omitted
            by: DFRT No. 21 of 2006.

6.1.9       Amended by: 2006/62. Omitted by: DFRT No. 21 of 2006.

6.1.10      Omitted by: DFRT No. 21 of 2006.

6.1.11      Amended by: 2005/32. Omitted by: DFRT No. 21 of 2006.

6.1.13      Amended by: 2005/30 and 52. Substituted by: 2008/52. Amended by: 2009/55.

6.1.14      Amended by: 2005/30 and 52.

6.1.15      Amended by: 2006/1. Substituted by: 2006/13. Amended by: 2007/3; 2008/4 and 52;
            2009/7.

6.1.16      Amended by: 2005/52.

6.1.17      Amended by: 2006/13.

6.1.18      Amended by: 2006/13.

6.1.21      Amended by: 2005/52; 2006/6; 2007/3; 2008/4; 2009/7.

6.1.22      Amended by: 2006/15 and 41.

6.1.25      Amended by: 2009/3.

6.1.26      Amended by: 2005/52.

6.1.30      Amended by: 2006/76.

6.1.30A     Inserted by: 2009/3.




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                                                 Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause     Amendments
6.1.31      Amended by: 2006/76; 2009/3.

6.1.32      Amended by: 2006/71.

Chapter 6 Part 2 Note
            Omitted by: 2008/28.

6.2.2       Amended by: 2006/62.

6.2.4       Amended by: 2005/52.

6.2.7       Amended by: 2006/62.

6.2.11      Amended by: 2005/52; 2006/11 and 62.

6.2.13      Amended by: 2005/36; 2006/52; 2007/65; 2008/46; 2009/35.

6.2.18      Amended by: 2006/3.

6.2.19      Amended by: 2006/3 and 62.

6.2.22      Amended by: 2006/27 and 62.

6.2.24      Amended by: 2005/52.

6.2.27      Amended by: 2009/33.

6.2.30      Amended by: 2006/36.

6.3.1       Amended by: 2007/36.

6.3.2       Amended by: 2005/52.

6.3.4       Amended by: 2005/52; 2008/52; 2009/55.

6.3.5       Amended by: 2008/52.

6.3.6       Omitted by: 2005/52.

6.5.1       Substituted by: 2009/44.

6.5.2       Substituted by: 2009/44.

6.5.3       Substituted by: 2009/44.

6.5.4       Substituted by: 2009/44.

6.5.5       Substituted by: 2005/52; 2009/44.

6.5.6       Substituted by: 2009/44.

6.5.7       Amended by: 2005/52. Substituted by: 2009/44.

6.5.8       Inserted by: 2009/44.




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                                                 Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause     Amendments
6.6.2       Amended by: 2005/52; 2008/52.

6.6.4       Amended by: 2005/52; 2006/27 and 43; 2008/52.

6.6.5       Amended by: 2008/37.

6.6.6       Amended by: 2005/52; 2006/62.

6.6.7       Amended by: 2005/52.

6.6.11      Amended by: 2006/27.

6.6.13      Amended by: 2009/44.

6.6.14      Amended by: 2006/71. Substituted by: 2007/47.

6.6.19      Amended by: 2006/62.

Division 4 title
               Amended by: 2008/52.

6.6.23      Amended by: 2008/52.

6.6.23A     Inserted by: 2006/27.

6.6.23B     Inserted by: 2006/62.

6.6.24      Amended by: 2005/56; 2006/27 and 62; 2007/31.

6.6.31      Amended by: 2007/79; 2008/14.

6.6.32A     Inserted by: 2008/52. Amended by: 2009/55.

6.6.34      Amended by: 2005/52.

6.6.35      Amended by: 2005/52. Substituted by: 2007/18.

6.6.35A     Inserted by: 2007/18.

6.6.39      Amended by: 2006/43.

6.6.41      Amended by: 2008/48.

6.6.44      Substituted by: 2009/38.

6.6.45A     Inserted by: 2008/52. Amended by: 2009/55 and 58.

6.6.46      Amended by: 2008/52; 2009/16.

6.6.47A     Inserted by: 2005/20.

6.6.50      Amended by: 2006/62.

6.6.53A     Inserted by: 2009/38.




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                                               Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause   Amendments
6.6.54    Substituted by: 2005/52; 2006/27.

6.6.55    Substituted by: 2005/52.

6.6.56    Substituted by: 2005/52.

6.6.57    Substituted by: 2005/52.

6.6.58    Substituted by: 2005/52.

6.6.59    Substituted by: 2005/52.

6.6.60    Substituted by: 2005/52.

6.6.61    Substituted by: 2005/52; 2009/17.

6.6.62    Substituted by: 2005/52.

6.6.62A   Inserted by: 2005/52.

6.6.63    Amended by: 2005/52.

6.6.65    Substituted by: 2005/52.

6.6.66    Substituted by: 2005/52.

6.6.67    Substituted by: 2005/52.

6.6.68    Substituted by: 2005/52.

6.6.69    Substituted by: 2005/52.

6.6.70    Substituted by: 2005/52.

6.6.71    Substituted by: 2005/52.

6.6.72    Substituted by: 2005/52.

6.6.75    Amended by: 2005/52; 2008/44; 2009/45.

7.1.1     Amended by: 2008/28.

7.1.11    Amended by: 2005/45; 2006/71; 2008/47; 2009/8.

7.1.13    Amended by: 2006/62; 2009/8.

7.1.14    Amended by: 2006/71; 2007/33.

7.1.15    Amended by: 2006/62.

7.1.16    Amended by: 2006/62; 2007/25.

7.1.21    Amended by: 2005/52.

7.1.22    Amended by: 2005/52.




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                                               Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause   Amendments
7.1.23    Amended by: 2005/52.

7.1.25    Substituted by: 2007/36.

7.2.5     Amended by: 2005/52 and 56.

7.2.6     Amended by: 2005/52; 2008/28.

7.2.9     Substituted by: 2007/31.

7.2.11    Amended by: 2008/48.

7.2.12    Amended by: 2005/52. Substituted by: 2005/56. Amended by: 2007/31.

7.2.17    Amended by: 2006/71.

7.2.18    Amended by: 2006/71.

7.3.3     Amended by: 2005/26.

7.3.4     Substituted by: 2005/26.

7.3.6     Omitted by: 2007/31.

7.3.7     Amended by: 2006/62.

7.3.9     Omitted by: 2005/26.

7.3.11    Substituted by: 2005/26

7.3.11A   Inserted by: 2005/26. Amended by: 2006/52; 2008/27.

7.3.11B   Inserted by: 2005/26.

7.3.11C   Inserted by: 2005/26.

7.3.13    Substituted by: 2005/26. Amended by: 2006/52; 2008/27.

7.3.14    Amended by: 2007/77.

7.3.14A   Inserted by: 2007/77.

7.3.15A   Inserted by: 2008/52.

7.3.16    Amended by: 2005/26 and 50; 2006/39, 52 and 63; 2007/65, 70, 77 and 79; 2008/37;
          2009/3.

7.3.19    Amended by: 2006/52; 2007/65.

7.3.21A   Inserted by: 2008/37.

7.3.22    Amended by: 2005/26; 2006/52 and 62; 2008/52; 2009/55.

7.3.25    Amended by: 2006/62.

7.3.25A   Inserted by: 2008/52. Omitted by: 2009/55.




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                                               Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause   Amendments
7.3.31    Omitted by: 2006/62.

7.3.33    Amended by: 2006/62.

7.3.36    Amended by: 2006/62.

7.3.37    Amended by: 2007/65.

7.4.5     Amended by: 2005/52.

7.4.6     Amended by: 2006/71.

7.4.8     Amended by: 2008/48.

7.4.12    Amended by: 2006/62; 2007/31.

7.4.20    Amended by: 2009/27.

7.4.21    Amended by: 2005/36; 2006/17 and 52; 2007/65; 2008/46.

7.4.22    Amended by: 2007/79.

7.4.24    Amended by: 2006/17.

7.4.26    Amended by: 2005/36; 2006/52 and 62; 2007/65; 2008/21 and 46; 2009/35.

7.4.29    Substituted by: 2005/52.

7.5.1     Amended by: 2006/71. Substituted by: 2007/25. Amended by: 2008/48.

7.5.2     Substituted by: 2007/25.

7.5.3     Amended by: 2006/71; 2007/31. Substituted by: 2007/25. Amended by: 2007/33 (through
          2007/25).

7.5.4     Amended by: 2005/52 and 56; 2007/31, 25 and 48.

7.5.5     Substituted by: 2007/25. Amended by: 2007/33 (through 2007/25).

7.5.6     Amended by: 2006/71; 2007/36.

7.5.9     Amended by: 2006/62. Substituted by: 2007/25.

7.5.10    Substituted by: 2007/25.

7.5.11    Substituted by: 2007/25. Amended by: 2007/33 (through 2007/25).

7.5.12    Amended by: 2006/71. Substituted by: 2007/25. Amended by: 2009/47.

7.5.13    Substituted by: 2007/25. Amended by: 2007/33 (through 2007/25).

7.5.14    Amended by: 2006/71. Substituted by: 2007/25.

7.5.15    Amended by: 2006/71. Substituted by: 2007/25. Amended by: 2007/33 (through 2007/25).




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause   Amendments
7.5.16    Amended by: 2005/32 and 59; 2006/39. Substituted by: 2007/25. Amended by: 2007/33
          (through 2007/25).

7.5.16A   Inserted by: 2006/39. Omitted by: 2007/25.

7.5.17    Amended by: 2005/59. Substituted by: 2007/25.

7.5.18    Amended by: 2006/62. Substituted by: 2007/25.

7.5.18A   Inserted by: 2005/56. Omitted by: 2007/25.

7.5.19    Substituted by: 2007/25. Amended by: 2007/33 (through 2007/25).

7.5.20    Substituted by: 2007/25. Amended by: 2009/47.

7.5.21    Substituted by: 2007/25.

7.5.22    Substituted by: 2007/25.

7.5.23    Substituted by: 2007/25.

7.5.24    Substituted by: 2007/25.

7.5.25    Amended by: 2006/71. Substituted by: 2007/25.

7.5.26    Amended by: 2005/56; 2006/71. Substituted by: 2007/25. Amended by: 2007/33 (through
          2007/25).

7.5.27    Amended by: 2005/52; 2006/71. Substituted by: 2007/25.

7.5.28    Amended by: 2006/71. Substituted by: 2007/25.

7.5.29    Amended by: 2006/62. Substituted by: 2007/25.

7.5.30    Amended by: 2006/71. Substituted by: 2007/25.

7.5.31    Substituted by: 2007/25.

7.5.32    Substituted by: 2007/25. Amended by: 2007/33 (through 2007/25).

7.5.33    Amended by: 2005/56. Substituted by: 2007/25.

7.5.34    Amended by: 2006/71. Substituted by: 2007/25; 2008/37.

7.5.35    Amended by: 2005/56. Substituted by: 2007/25.

7.5.36    Amended by: 2006/71. Substituted by: 2007/25.

7.5.36A   Inserted by: 2008/52.

7.5.37    Amended by: 2005/27; 2006/71. Substituted by: 2007/25. Amended by: 2008/57.

7.5.38    Amended by: 2005/27; 2006/71. Substituted by: 2007/25. Omitted by: 2008/57.

7.5.39    Amended by: 2006/71. Substituted by: 2007/25. Amended by: 2008/40 and 57.




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause   Amendments
7.5.40    Substituted by: 2007/25.

7.5.41    Substituted by: 2007/25.

7.5.42    Substituted by: 2007/25.

7.5.43    Substituted by: 2005/52. Amended by: 2006/62. Substituted by: 2007/25. Amended by:
          2007/33 (through 2007/25).

7.5.43A   Inserted by: 2007/33 (through 2007/25). Amended by: 2008/52; 2009/55.

7.5.43B   Inserted by: 2008/52. Omitted by: 2009/55.

7.5.44    Inserted by: 2007/25.

7.5.45    Inserted by: 2007/25. Amended by: 2007/33 (through 2007/25) and 58.

7.5.46    Inserted by: 2007/25. Amended by: 2007/33 (through 2007/25). Amended by: 2007/40.

7.5.47    Inserted by: 2007/25. Amended by: 2007/33 (through 2007/25) and 58.

7.5.48    Inserted by: 2007/25.

7.5.49    Inserted by: 2007/25.

7.5.50    Inserted by: 2007/25. Amended by: 2007/33 (through 2007/25).

7.5.51    Inserted by: 2007/25.

7.5.52    Inserted by: 2007/25.

7.5.53    Inserted by: 2007/25.

7.5.54    Inserted by: 2007/25. Amended by: 2007/58.

7.5.55    Inserted by: 2007/25. Amended by: 2007/65.

7.5.56    Inserted by: 2007/25.

7.5.57    Inserted by: 2007/25. Amended by: 2007/48.

7.5.58    Inserted by: 2007/25.

7.5.59    Inserted by: 2007/25.

7.5.60    Inserted by: 2007/25. Amended by: 2009/36.

7.5.61    Inserted by: 2007/25.

7.5.62    Inserted by: 2007/25.

7.5.63    Inserted by: 2008/29. Amended by: 2008/29.




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause    Amendments
7.5A.1     Inserted by: 2005/45. Amended by: 2006/62 and 71. Substituted by: 2009/8.

7.5A.2     Inserted by: 2005/45. Substituted by: 2009/8.

7.5A.3     Inserted by: 2005/45. Amended by: 2006/71. Substituted by: 2009/8.

7.5A.4     Inserted by: 2005/45. Amended by: 2006/71. Substituted by: 2009/8.

7.5A.5     Inserted by: 2005/45. Amended by: 2006/62 and 71. Substituted by: 2009/8.

7.5A.6     Inserted by: 2005/45. Substituted by: 2009/8.

7.5A.7     Inserted by: 2005/45. Amended by: 2005/50; 2006/63; 2007/31 and 65; 2008/50.
           Substituted by: 2009/8.

7.5A.8     Inserted by: 2005/45. Substituted by: 2009/8.

7.5A.9     Inserted by: 2005/45. Substituted by: 2009/8.

7.5A.9A    Inserted by: 2007/31. Substituted by: 2009/8.

7.5A.10    Inserted by: 2005/45. Substituted by: 2009/8.

7.5A.11    Inserted by: 2005/45. Substituted by: 2009/8.

7.5A.11A   Inserted by: 2009/55.

7.5A.12    Inserted by: 2005/45. Amended by: 2005/50; 2006/63; 2007/65; 2008/50. Substituted by:
           2009/8. Amended by: 2009/55.

7.5A.13    Inserted by: 2005/45. Substituted by: 2009/8.

7.5A.14    Inserted by: 2005/45. Substituted by: 2009/8.

7.5A.15    Inserted by: 2005/45. Substituted by: 2009/8.

7.5A.16    Inserted by: 2005/45. Substituted by: 2009/8 and 55.

7.6.5      Amended by: 2005/26, 30 and 52; 2006/62 and 71; 2008/68.

7.6.6      Amended by: 2006/71; 2007/25.

7.6.7      Amended by: 2006/71.

7.6.9      Amended by: 2007/33.

7.6.10     Amended by: 2006/62; 2007/33.

7.6.10A    Inserted by: 2007/33.

7.6.12     Amended by: 2005/56; 2006/62.

7.6.14     Amended by: 2005/30; 2006/17, 27 and 62; 2007/65.

7.6.15     Amended by: 2007/33.




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause   Amendments
7.6.16    Substituted by: 2005/56.

7.6.17    Amended by: 2006/62; 2007/25 and 33.

7.6.18    Amended by: 2008/52; 2009/55.

7.6.19    Amended by: 2006/62; 2007/25 and 33.

7.6.20    Amended by: 2006/62; 2008/52.

7.6.20A   Inserted by: 2008/52.

7.6.21    Amended by: 2008/52.

7.6.22    Amended by: 2005/52; 2006/62.

7.6.23    Amended by: 2005/56; 2006/17 and 62.

7.6.25    Amended by: 2006/71.

7.6.26    Amended by: 2005/27; 2006/71; 2007/25.

7.6.28    Amended by: 2005/56; 2006/62.

7.6.28A   Inserted by: 2008/52.

7.6.28B   Inserted by: 2008/52. Omitted by: 2009/55.

7.6.32    Amended by: 2007/25.

7.6.34    Amended by: 2009/45.

7.6.38    Amended by: 2009/36.

7.6.39    Amended by: 2009/36.

7.6.40    Amended by: 2009/36.

7.6.43    Substituted by: 2009/36.

7.6.44    Amended by: 2005/56.

7.6.45    Amended by: 2005/27.

7.7.3A    Inserted by: 2006/41. Amended by: 2006/62.

7.7.5     Amended by: 2005/36; 2006/52; 2007/65; 2008/46; 2009/35.

7.7.7     Amended by: 2005/36; 2006/52; 2007/65; 2008/46; 2009/35.

7.7.8     Amended by: 2006/41. Substituted by: 2006/52. Amended by: 2008/27.

7.7.9     Amended by: 2006/27, 41 and 52; 2008/27.

7.7.10    Substituted by: 2005/36. Amended by: 2006/52; 2009/55.




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause      Amendments
7.7.14       Amended by: 2006/62; 2008/60.

7.7.15       Amended by: 2005/36; 2006/52 and 62; 2007/65; 2008/46; 2009/35.

7.7.16       Amended by: 2006/62; 2007/59.

7.7.17       Amended by: 2006/62; 2007/65.

7.8.2        Amended by: 2005/27.

7.8.3        Amended by: 2006/62; 2007/25.

7.8.4        Amended by: 2005/36; 2006/52; 2007/65; 2008/46; 2009/35.

7.8.6        Amended by: 2006/71.

7.8.7        Amended by: 2005/36; 2006/52 and 62; 2007/65; 2008/46; 2009/35.

7.8.8        Amended by: 2005/36; 2006/52 and 62; 2007/65; 2008/46; 2009/35.

7.8.9        Substituted by: 2005/27. Amended by: 2005/36; 2006/52; 2007/65; 2008/27; 2008/46;
             2009/35.

7.8.10       Inserted by: 2007/25.

7.8.11       Inserted by: 2007/25. Amended by: 2007/33 (through 2007/25).

7.8.12       Inserted by: 2007/25. Amended by: 2007/33 (through 2007/25).

7.8.13       Inserted by: 2007/25.

Annex 7.A
             Substituted by: 2005/50; 2006/63. Omitted by: 2007/25.

Annex 7.A1
             Inserted by: 2007/25. Amended by: 2007/33 (through 2007/25). Substituted by: 2007/65.
             Amended by: 2007/70. Substituted by: 2008/49; 2009/34. Amended by: 2009/38.

Annex 7.A2
             Inserted by: 2007/25. Substituted by: 2007/33 (through 2007/25). Amended by: 2007/65.
             Substituted by: 2008/1; 2009/5. Amended by: 2009/11.

Annex 7.A3
             Inserted by: 2007/25. Substituted by: 2007/33 (through 2007/25) and 65; 2008/49;
             2009/34.

Annex 7.B
             Substituted by: 2005/50. Amended by: 2006/62. Substituted by: 2006/63; 2007/33 and 65;
             2008/46. Amended by: 2008/50 (through 2008/46). Substituted by: 2009/35.

Annex 7.BA
             Inserted by: 2007/33. Substituted by: 2007/65; 2008/50; 2009/40.




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause       Amendments
Annex 7.C
              Substituted by: 2005/36; 2006/52; 2007/65; 2008/46; 2009/35. Amended by: 2009/47.

Annex 7.E
              Inserted by: 2007/25.

8.0.1         Numbered and substituted by: 2005/52. Amended by: 2009/3.

8.0.2         Numbered and amended by: 2005/52. Amended by: 2006/16; 2007/36; 2009/12.

8.4.3         Amended by: 2008/48.

8.4.4         Amended by: 2005/52; 2009/20.

8.4.6         Amended by: 2007/36.

8.4.10        Amended by: 2006/28; 2007/81; 2008/31; 2009/19 and 28.

8.4.10A       Inserted by: 2009/19. Amended by: 2009/32 and 49.

8.4.11A       Inserted by: 2009/19.

8.4.12        Amended by: 2006/28; 2007/36 and 81; 2008/18 and 31; 2009/28.

8.4.13        Amended by: 2006/28; 2007/81; 2008/31; 2009/28.

8.4.16        Amended by: 2005/52.

8.4.19        Amended by: 2007/36 and 63.

8.4.20        Amended by: 2006/28 and 63; 2007/81; 2008/31; 2009/28.

8.4.21        Amended by: 2007/36.

8.4.24        Amended by: 2007/36.

8.4.25        Amended by: 2006/28; 2007/36 and 81; 2008/31; 2009/28.

8.5.1         Substituted by: 2006/16.

8.5.2         Substituted by: 2006/16.

8.5.3         Substituted by: 2006/16.

8.5.4         Amended by: 2005/52. Substituted by: 2006/16.

8.5.5         Substituted by: 2006/16.

8.5.6         Substituted by: 2006/16.

8.5.7         Omitted by: 2006/16.

Annex 8.5.A
              Inserted by: 2006/16.




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause       Amendments
8.6.1         Inserted by: 2007/36.

8.6.2         Inserted by: 2007/36.

8.6.3         Inserted by: 2007/36.

8.6.4         Inserted by: 2007/36.

8.6.5         Inserted by: 2007/36.

8.6.6         Inserted by: 2007/36.

8.6.7         Inserted by: 2007/36. Amended by: 2009/27.

8.6.8         Inserted by: 2007/36.

8.6.9         Inserted by: 2007/36.

8.6.10        Inserted by: 2007/36.

8.6.11        Inserted by: 2007/36.

8.6.12        Inserted by: 2007/36.

8.6.13        Inserted by: 2007/36. Amended by: 2009/27.

8.6.14        Inserted by: 2007/36.

8.6.15        Inserted by: 2007/36.

Annex 8.6.A
              Inserted by: 2007/36.

8.7.1         Inserted by: 2009/12.

8.7.2         Inserted by: 2009/12.

8.7.3         Inserted by: 2009/12.

8.7.4         Inserted by: 2009/12.

8.7.5         Inserted by: 2009/12.

8.7.6         Inserted by: 2009/12.

8.7.7         Inserted by: 2009/12.

8.7.8         Inserted by: 2009/12.

8.7.9         Inserted by: 2009/12.

8.7.10        Inserted by: 2009/12.

8.7.11        Inserted by: 2009/12.

8.7.12        Inserted by: 2009/12.




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause   Amendments
9.0.3     Amended by: 2007/75.

9.0.4     Amended by: 2009/44.

9.1.3     Amended by: 2005/32.

9.1.6     Amended by: 6006/65.

9.1.7     Amended by: 2005/52.

9.2.5     Omitted by: 2005/27.

9.2.9     Amended by: 2007/71.

9.2.11    Amended by: 2008/32.

9.2.12    Amended by: 2005/52; 2008/32.

9.2.13    Amended by: 2005/52; 2008/32.

9.2.14    Amended by: 2008/32.

9.2.17    Amended by: 2005/27.

9.2.22    Substituted by: 2005/52.

9.2.23    Amended by: 2008/52.

9.2.32    Amended by: 2009/44.

9.2.33    Amended by: 2009/27.

9.2.35    Substituted by: 2005/52.

9.3.2     Amended by: 2005/52.

9.3.3     Substituted by: 2005/52.

9.3.4     Substituted by: 2005/52.

9.3.5     Substituted by: 2005/52.

9.3.6     Substituted by: 2005/52.

9.3.7     Substituted by: 2005/52.

9.3.8     Substituted by: 2005/52.

9.3.9     Substituted by: 2005/52.

9.3.10    Substituted by: 2005/52.

9.3.11    Substituted by: 2005/52.

9.3.12    Substituted by: 2005/52.




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                                               Pay and Conditions Administration and Technical Explanation




DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause   Amendments
9.3.13    Substituted by: 2005/52.

9.3.14    Substituted by: 2005/52.

9.3.15    Substituted by: 2005/52.

9.3.16    Substituted by: 2005/52.

9.3.17    Substituted by: 2005/52.

9.3.18    Substituted by: 2005/52.

9.3.19    Substituted by: 2005/52. Amended by: 2009/27.

9.3.20    Substituted by: 2005/52.

9.3.21    Substituted by: 2005/52.

9.3.22    Substituted by: 2005/52.

9.3.23    Substituted by: 2005/52.

9.3.25    Amended by: 2005/58; 2008/2 and 17.

9.3.26    Amended by: 2005/58; 2007/44 and 49.

9.3.34    Amended by: 2003/34.

9.3.36    Amended by: 2005/52.

9.3.44    Substituted by: 2005/37; 2008/2.

9.3.45    Amended by: 2005/27. Substituted by: 2005/37. Amended by: 2005/52; 2006/38; 2008/2.

9.3.46    Substituted by: 2005/37.

9.3.47    Substituted by: 2005/37. Amended by: 2005/52. Substituted by: 2008/2.

9.3.48    Substituted by: 2005/37. Amended by: 2005/52; 2008/2.

9.3.49    Substituted by: 2005/37. Amended by: 2005/52.

9.3.50    Substituted by: 2005/37 and 52.

9.3.51    Substituted by: 2005/37. Amended by: 2005/52. Substituted by: 2008/2.

9.3.52    Substituted by: 2005/37. Amended by: 2008/2 and 65.

9.3.53    Substituted by: 2005/37. Amended by: 2005/52.

9.3.53A   Inserted by: 2005/37.

9.3.53B   Inserted by: 2005/37. Substituted by: 2005/52.

9.3.53C   Inserted by: 2005/37. Amended by: 2005/52.




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause   Amendments
9.3.53D   Inserted by: 2005/37.

9.3.57    Substituted by: 2005/52.

9.3.63    Substituted by: 2005/52.

9.4.3     Amended by: 2005/52; 2009/3.

9.4.8     Omitted by: 2005/58.

9.4.9     Amended by: 2005/58; 2007/48; 2009/33.

9.4.15A   Amended by: 2005/58; 2009/33.

9.4.23    Substituted by: 2005/58. Amended by: 2007/44 and 49.

9.4.24    Amended by: 2005/34 and 52. Substituted by: 2005/58. Amended by: 2006/62.

9.4.25    Amended by: 2005/52. Substituted by: 2005/58. Amended by: 2006/8.

9.4.26    Amended by: 2005/34. Substituted by: 2005/58. Amended by: 2006/8.

9.4.26A   Omitted by: 2005/58.

9.4.26B   Inserted by: 2005/37. Omitted by: 2005/58.

9.4.27    Substituted by: 2005/58. Amended by: 2006/62.

9.4.28    Substituted by: 2005/58. Amended by: 2006/62.

9.4.29    Substituted by: 2005/58.

9.4.30    Substituted by: 2005/58.

9.4.31    Amended by: 2005/52. Substituted by: 2005/58. Amended by: 2006/18.

9.4.32    Substituted by: 2005/58.

9.4.33    Inserted by: 2005/58.

9.4.34    Inserted by: 2005/58. Amended by: 2006/62. Substituted by: 2007/46.

9.4.35    Inserted by: 2005/58.

9.4.36    Inserted by: 2005/58. Amended by: 2006/62.

9.4.37    Inserted by: 2005/58.

9.4.38    Inserted by: 2005/58. Amended by: 2006/66.

9.4.39    Inserted by: 2005/58.

9.4.40    Inserted by: 2005/58.

9.4.41    Inserted by: 2005/58.




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause   Amendments
9.4.42    Inserted by: 2005/58. Amended by: 2006/62.

9.4.43    Inserted by: 2005/58. Omitted by: 2007/71.

9.5.2     Substituted by: 2007/75.

9.5.4     Amended by: 2006/9; 2007/54

9.5.5     Amended by: 2007/75.

9.5.6     Substituted by: 2005/39.

9.5.7     Amended by: 2005/39.

9.5.9     Amended by: 2006/18 and 51.

9.5.10    Amended by: 2006/18; 2009/41.

9.5.11    Amended by: 2006/51.

9.5.12    Amended by: 2006/51.

9.5.14    Substituted by: 2005/39.

9.5.15    Substituted by: 2007/54 and 75.

9.5.16    Amended by: 2006/9; 2007/15 and 75; 2008/17.

9.5.17    Amended by: 2007/2.

9.5.18    Amended by: 2005/19; 2006/38; 2007/28; 2008/24; 2009/41.

9.5.20    Amended by: 2005/19; 2006/27 and 38; 2007/28 and 75; 2008/24; 2009/41.

9.5.23    Amended by: 2007/2.

9.5.27    Amended by: 2007/75.

9.5.28A   Inserted by: 2006/9. Omitted by: 2006/9. Inserted by: 2007/54. Omitted by: 2007/54.

9.5.29    Amended by: 2006/9.

9.5.30    Amended by: 2005/39.

9.5.32    Amended by: 2005/39.

9.5.34    Amended by: 2006/9; 2008/17.

9.5.35    Amended by: 2007/2.

9.5.36    Amended by: 2007/2.

9.5.37    Amended by: 2005/19; 2006/38; 2007/28; 2008/24; 2009/41.

9.5.39    Amended by: 2005/19; 2006/27 and 38; 2007/28 and 75; 2008/24; 2009/41.




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause       Amendments
9.5.40        Amended by: 2008/48.

9.5.46A       Inserted by: 2006/9. Omitted by: 2006/9. Inserted by: 2007/54. Omitted by: 2007/54.

Annex 9.5.A
              Amended by: 2005/19; 2006/38; 2007/28. Substituted by: 2007/75. Amended by: 2008/24.
              Substituted by: 2009/41.

Annex 9.5.B
              Inserted by: 2007/75. Amended by: 2008/24. Substituted by: 2009/41.

Annex 9.5.C
              Inserted by: 2007/75. Amended by: 2008/24; 2009/41.

9.6.5         Amended by: 2005/52.

9.6.16        Amended by: 2009/27.

9.6.16A       Inserted by: 2008/52.

9.6.17        Amended by: 2005/52.

9.6.21        Substituted by: 2005/52.

9.6.24        Amended by: 2006/1; 2007/3; 2009/7.

9.6.25        Amended by: 2006/1 and 22; 2007/3 and 31; 2009/7.

9.6.27        Amended by: 2009/27.

10.0.1        Numbered by: 2009/25.

Chapter 10 Contents
10.0.2      Amended by: 2008/5. Numbered by: 2009/25.

10.1.2        Amended by: 2006/26.

10.1.2A       Inserted by: 2006/26.

10.3.2        Amended by: 2006/64.

10.3.3        Amended by: 2006/48.

10.5.1        Inserted by: 2008/5.

10.5.2        Inserted by: 2008/5.

10.5.3        Inserted by: 2008/5.

11.0.1        Numbered by: 2009/25.

11.0.2        Numbered by: 2009/25. Amended by: 2009/61.

11.3.3        Amended by: 2009/3.




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause     Amendments
11.4.1      Inserted by: 2009/61.

11.4.2      Inserted by: 2009/61.

11.4.3      Inserted by: 2009/61.

11.4.4      Inserted by: 2009/61.

11.4.5      Inserted by: 2009/61.

11.4.6      Inserted by: 2009/61.

11.4.7      Inserted by: 2009/61.

11.4.8      Inserted by: 2009/61.

12.0.2      Numbered by: 2009/25.

12.3.2      Amended by: 2005/53. Substituted by: 2009/51.

12.3.5      Amended by: 2005/53; 2007/74.

12.3.12     Amended by: 2005/22.

12.3.19     Amended by: 2008/48.

12.3.20     Amended by: 2008/48.

12.3.21     Omitted by: 2008/28.

12.4.6      Amended by: 2008/27.

12.4.7      Amended by: 2009/53.

13.0.1      Numbered by: 2009/25.

13.0.2      Numbered by: 2009/25.

Chapter 13 Part 2 Contents
            Amended by: 2005/53.

13.2.3      Amended by: 2008/17.

13.2.10     Substituted by: 2005/53.

13.3.7      Amended by: 2008/60.

Annex 13.3.A
           Substituted by: 2005/57; 2006/77; 2007/73. Amended by: 2008/15, 23, 55 and 57.
           Substituted by: 2009/54.

14.0.1      Numbered by: 2009/25.

14.0.2      Numbered by: 2009/25.




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause   Amendments
14.1.1    Amended by: 2008/48.

14.1.2    Substituted by: 2007/34.

14.2.4    Amended by: 2007/74; 2008/48.

14.2.6    Amended by: 2005/53. Substituted by: 2008/34.

14.2.6A   Inserted by: 2008/34.

14.2.6B   Inserted by: 2008/34. Amended by: 2008/48.

14.2.6C   Inserted by: 2008/34.

14.3.6    Amended by: 2008/48.

14.3.7    Amended by: 2006/59.

14.3.8    Amended by: 2007/74; 2008/48.

14.3.14   Amended by: 2008/48.

14.3.15   Amended by: 2008/48.

14.3.18   Amended by: 2005/53.

14.3.20   Omitted by: 2007/10.

14.3.25   Substituted by: 2005/53.

14.3.26   Substituted by: 2005/53.

14.3.27   Substituted by: 2005/53.

14.4.6    Amended by: 2005/53.

14.4.7    Amended by: 2007/74.

14.4.10   Amended by: 2007/74; 2008/61.

14.4.16   Amended by: 2005/53.

14.5.1    Substituted by: 2005/41.

14.5.2    Amended by: 2005/41.

14.5.5    Amended by: 2005/53; 2009/20.

14.6.14   Amended by: 2007/48.

15.0.1    Numbered by: 2009/25.

15.0.2    Numbered by: 2009/25.




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause     Amendments
15.1.2      Substituted by: 2007/34.

15.1.4      Amended by: 2008/60.

15.1.4A     Inserted by: 2007/62. Amended by: 2008/60.

15.2.3      Amended by: 2005/53.

15.2.7      Amended by: 2005/48; 2008/48; 2009/3.

15.2.8      Amended by: 2007/10.

15.2.9A     Inserted by: 2005/48.

15.2.12     Amended by: 2005/53; 2007/46.

15.2.16     Omitted by: 2007/32.

15.2.29     Substituted by: 2006/10.

15.2.31     Amended by: 2005/57. Amended by: 2009/27.

15.2.34     Amended by: 2009/65.

15.2.37     Amended by: 2005/19; 2006/38; 2007/28; 2008/24; 2009/41.

Annex 15.2.A
           Substituted by: 2005/18, 24, 29, 33, 38, 42, 49 and 54; 2006/2, 6, 10, 20, 21, 29, 37, 46,
           49, 58, 59, 69 and 73; 2007/1, 6, 10, 16, 21, 30, 32, 45, 55, 61, 68, 72 and 82; 2008/3, 7,
           10, 16, 20, 22, 25, 30, 38, 44, 51, 59 and 62; 2009/2, 9, 13, 23, 30, 37, 42, 48, 52 and 57.

15.3.3      Amended by: 2009/65.

15.3.6      Amended by: 2005/25.

15.3.7      Amended by: 2007/82; 2008/48.

15.3.8      Amended by: 2005/25; 2008/48.

15.3.12     Omitted by: 2009/29.

15.3.13     Amended by: 2005/53.

15.3.15     Amended by: 2008/47.

15.3.15A    Inserted by: 2008/47. Amended by: 2008/69.

15.3.16     Amended by: 2005/53; 2008/48.

15.3.30     Amended by: 2005/53. Substituted by: 2006/24.

15.3.31     Amended by: 2005/53. Substituted by: 2006/24.

15.3.32     Amended by: 2005/53. Substituted by: 2006/24.




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause     Amendments
15.3.33     Amended by: 2005/53. Substituted by: 2006/24.

15.3.34     Amended by: 2005/53. Substituted by: 2006/24.

15.3.35     Amended by: 2005/53. Substituted by: 2006/24.

15.3.36     Amended by: 2005/53. Substituted by: 2006/24.

15.3.37     Omitted by: 2006/24.

Division 7 Title
              Amended by: 2009/65.

15.3.38     Amended by: 2009/65.

15.3.39     Amended by: 2007/72; 2009/16 and 65.

15.3.41     Inserted by: 2009/65.

15.4.16     Amended by: 2008/27.

15.4.18     Amended by: 2005/27.

15.4.19     Amended by: 2005/53.

15.4.21     Amended by: 2005/53.

15.4.27     Substituted by: 2005/55.

Annex 15.4.A
           Amended by: 2008/27.

15.5.4      Amended by: 2007/74.

15.5.9      Substituted by: 2007/74; 2008/39.

15.5.9A     Inserted by: 2007/74. Amended by: 2008/39.

15.5.10     Amended by: 2005/40; 2007/74; 2008/48.

15.5.11     Amended by: 2005/40.

15.5.19     Amended by: 2005/58; 2007/46.

15.5.22     Amended by: 2007/59.

15.6.4      Amended by: 2008/47.

15.6.7      Omitted by: 2008/21.

15.6.11     Amended by: 2006/28; 2007/81; 2008/31, 47 and 48; 2009/28.

15.6.12     Amended by: 2007/17. Substituted by: 2007/29. Amended by: 2008/48.

15.6.14     Substituted by: 2007/74.

15.6.16     Amended by: 2008/47.



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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause     Amendments
Division 3 title
               Amended by: 2008/47.

15.6.17     Amended by: 2008/47.

15.6.18     Omitted by: 2008/47.

15.6.20     Amended by: 2005/29.

15.6.21     Amended by: 2005/29.

15.6.25     Amended by: 2005/53.

15.6.26     Amended by: 2007/63.

15.6.28     Amended by: 2006/28; 2007/63 and 81; 2008/31; 2009/28.

15.6.30     Amended by: 2005/23.

15.6.33     Omitted by: 2007/63.

Annex 15.6.A
           Amended by: 2006/4, 46 and 50. Substituted by: 2007/12. Amended by: 2008/18, 26, 36
           and 47; 2009/29.

Annex 15.6.B
           Amended by: 2006/50; 2008/18, 26 and 47; 2009/43.

15.7.5      Amended by: 2006/77; 2007/6 and 30; 2008/42; 2009/59.

16.0.1      Numbered by: 2009/25.

16.0.2      Numbered by: 2009/25.

16.1.7      Amended by: 2005/47 and 48.

16.2.2      Amended by: 2008/42.

16.2.3      Amended by: 2005/47; 2006/42; 2009/66.

16.2.5A     Inserted by: 2008/42.

16.2.6      Substituted by: 2007/4.

16.4.4      Amended by: 2006/10.

16.4.5      Amended by: 2007/39.

16.4.7      Amended by: 2007/39; 2009/16.

16.4.8      Amended by: 2007/32; 2009/16.

16.4.11     Amended by: 2007/39.




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DEFENCE DETERMINATION 2005/15 – CLAUSE NOTES


 Clause      Amendments
Annex 16.A
             Amended by: 2005/22 and 47; 2006/6, 12, 42, 46, 48, 59 and 77; 2007/17 and 32;
             2008/21, 23, 25 and 66; 2009/43 and 66.

17.0.1       Numbered by: 2009/25.

17.0.2       Numbered by: 2009/25.

17.1.2       Amended by: 2007/37.

17.2.3       Substituted by: 2007/37.

17.2.4       Omitted by: 2007/37.

17.5.12      Inserted by: 2008/52. Amended by: 2009/55.

17.5.13      Inserted by: 2008/52. Amended by: 2009/55.

17.7.12      Inserted by: 2008/52. Amended by: 2009/55.

17.7.13      Inserted by: 2008/52. Amended by: 2009/55.

17.9.6       Substituted by: 2007/37.

17.9.7       Substituted by: 2007/37.

17.9.8       Amended by: 2005/17 and 27; 2006/7 and 68; 2007/37; 2007/50; 2008/19; 2009/6.

17.9.13      Amended by: 2007/4.

17.9.14      Amended by: 2008/23.

17.9.19      Amended by: 2005/27.

17.9.21      Substituted by: 2009/15. Amended by: 2009/39.

17.9.25      Amended by: 2005/17; 2006/57.

17.9.26      Amended by: 2007/4.

17.9.30      Amended by: 2005/47.

17.9.36      Substituted by: 2005/21.

17.9.38      Substituted by: 2005/21. Amended by: 2008/61.

17.9.39      Substituted by: 2005/21.

Annex 17.9.A
           Amended by: 2005/17; 2006/23 and 61; 2007/37; 2008/11 and 53.




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FOOTNOTE – 2005/15
   1.     Defence Determination 2005/15, as amended to date. See also Defence Determinations
          2009/1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26,
          27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50,
          51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65 and 66. Certain provisions of the
          Determination have been modified by DFRT Determinations No. 5 of 2005 and Nos. 1, 16
          and 21 of 2006, made under section 58H of the Defence Act 1903.




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Clause        Date of Effect

VOLUME 2
7.1.28        Amended: 5 December 2006.

7.3.15B       Inserted: 15 October 2008.

7.5.7A        Omitted: 1 July 2007.

7.5.13A       Inserted: 1 July 2007.

7.5.17A       Inserted: 1 July 2007.

7.5.22A       Inserted: 1 July 2007.

7.5.36B       Inserted: 15 October 2008.

7.6.28AB      Inserted: 15 October 2008.

Annex 7.E     Omitted: 1 July 2007.

Annex 7.F     Amended: 28 March 2006, 2 November 2006 and 5 December 2006.

Annex 7.G     Amended: 18 July 2007.

Annex 7.I     Amended: 5 December 2006

8.1.2         Amended by: 2 November 2006.

8.1.3         Amended: 1 December 2005.

8.2.1         Substituted: 1 December 2005.

8.3.6         Amended: 1 December 2005.

8.3.7         Amended: 1 December 2005.

8.3.8         Amended: 1 December 2005.

8.4.4A        Inserted: 6 July 2005. Amended: 4 September 2009.

Annex 8.4.A   Omitted: 25 October 2007.

8.6.1         Amended: 1 December 2005.

8.6.4         Amended: 1 December 2005.

8.6.5         Amended: 1 December 2005 and 5 December 2006.

8.6.6         Amended: 1 December 2005.

8.9.1         Inserted: 17 August 2009.

9.2.5         Inserted: 1 July 2005.

9.4.44        Inserted: 31 August 2007.

9.5.33A       Amended: 27 November 2008.

Annex 9.6.A   Amended: 23 March 2006; 31 March 2009.

11.1.1        Amended: 20 August 2009.



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Clause         Date of Effect

VOLUME 2
11.1.4         Inserted: 20 August 2009.

OVERSEAS CONDITIONS OF SERVICE VOLUME
12.0.3      Numbered: 3 April 2009.

12.1.3         Amended: 2 August 2006.

12.2.2         Amended: 25 October 2005; 27 November 2007.

12.2.4         Amended: 2 October 2007.

12.4.8         Inserted: 28 May 2009.

13.1.4         Amended: 30 May 2007.

15.1.4         Inserted: 20 December 2005.

Annex 15.1.A   Inserted: 20 December 2005. Amended: 30 October 2006; 21 September 2007.
               Substituted: 14 November 2007. Amended: 22 December 2008; 15 January 2009,
               24 February 2009

15.3.12        Inserted: 30 April 2009.

15.5.23A       Inserted: 7 September 2007.

16.4.8         Inserted: 13 March 2009.

Annex 17.1.B   Amended: 6 July 2005, 22 July 2005, 5 June 2006, 13 June 2006; 30 May 2007,
               28 June 2007; 14 January 2008, 27 November 2008; 12 March 2009.

17.1.9         Substituted: 15 August 2007.

17.1.10        Substituted: 15 August 2007.

17.1.11        Substituted: 15 August 2007.

17.1.12        Substituted: 15 August 2007.

17.4.6         Amended: 6 July 2005.

17.4.7         Amended: 7 November 2005.

17.4.10        Amended: 6 July 2005; 14 December 2007.

17.4.19        Amended: 5 June 2006.

17.4.23        Amended: 5 December 2006.

17.5.6         Amended: 7 November 2005.

17.5.7         Amended: 7 November 2005.

17.5.8         Amended: 7 November 2005.

17.5.9         Amended: 7 November 2005.

17.5.12        Amended: 15 October 2008.

17.5.13        Amended: 7 November 2005 and 5 December 2006; 15 October 2008.



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Division 2: Definitions – dependants
           FOR OTHER DEFINITIONS, SEE CHAPTER 1 PART 3 DIVISION 1

           WARNING – DIFFERENT DEFINITION FOR OVERSEAS CONDITIONS OF SERVICE

           The following term is defined differently for overseas conditions of service:

           dependant

           That definition is in Chapter 12.

           See: Chapter 12 Part 3, Definitions for Chapters 12 to 17.

           Note: If a term is not defined anywhere in this manual or other legislation, it has the same
           meaning as in the Macquarie Dictionary. (This note is policy guidance.)

1.3.74 Marriage
1.3.75 Child
1.3.76 Dependants
1.3.77 Spouse
1.3.77A Interdependent partner
1.3.78 Dependent children
1.3.79 CDF-recognised dependants
1.3.80 Member with dependants
1.3.81 Member with dependants (unaccompanied)
1.3.81A ...
1.3.82 Dependant with special needs
1.3.83 Member without dependants
1.3.84 Non-Service spouse and non-Service interdependent partner


1.3.74 Marriage
           Marriage includes a recognised de facto marriage. Date of marriage includes the date on
           which the ADF recognises a de facto marriage.



1.3.75 Child
           Child includes all these children.

           a.    Children of the member.

           b.    Children of the member's spouse or interdependent partner.

           c.    Adopted children.

           d.    Stepchildren.

           e.    Wards.

           Note: To be considered a dependant of the member, a child must meet the tests in
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1.3.76 Dependants
     1.      Any of these persons who normally lives with a member is the member's dependant.

             a.     The member's spouse.

             b.     The member's interdependent partner, if that relationship is recognised under
                    Defence Instruction (General) Personnel 53-1, Recognition of Interdependent
                    Partnerships.

             c.     The member's dependant child.

                    Note: This includes dependent children of the member's spouse or interdependent
                    partner – see the definition of dependent children in clause 1.3.78.

                    See: subclause 1.3.78.2 for the meaning of 'normally live with the member' in the
                    case of a dependent child.

             d.     A person acting as a guardian or housekeeper, if the member has a dependent child
                    and any of these other conditions is met.

                      i.    The member has no spouse or interdependent partner.

                     ii.    The member's spouse or interdependent partner is an invalid or has a
                            disability.

                     iii.   The member's spouse or interdependent partner is a member serving at
                            another posting location.

             e.     A person who has an interdependency relationship with the member that is
                    recognised by the CDF under clause 1.3.79.

                    See: Clause 1.3.79, CDF-recognised dependants.

     2.      For duty overseas – see Chapter 12 Part 3 clause 12.3.5, Dependant.

     3.      A person who applies to be recognised as an interdependent partner of a member between
             1 December 2005 and 1 February 2006 is to be taken to have been a dependant for the
             purposes of paragraph 1.b. from 1 December 2005, if the CDF determines that the person
             would have met the interdependency and residency related conditions for recognition, had
             they been able to be assessed on that date.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 1.3.76.3 on behalf of the CDF:
Commanding Officers
Commanding Officer – Navy
Officer Commanding an independent sub-unit
Officers not below the rank of CAPT(E) or WO1(E) for recruiting applicants only


1.3.77 Spouse
             Spouse, for a member, means a person who is married to the member in accordance with
             the Marriage Act 1961.




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1.3.77A Interdependent partner
             A member's interdependent partner, if the member's relationship is recognised under
             Defence Instruction (General) Personnel 53-1, Recognition of Interdependent Partnerships
             or under subclause 1.3.76.3.



1.3.78 Dependent children
     1.      A child is a dependent child if they meet all these conditions.

             a.     They are a child of the member or the member's spouse or the member's
                    interdependent partner.

             b.     They normally live with the member.

                    See: Subclause 2 for the meaning of 'normally live'.

             c.     They are under 21 years old.

                    Exception: This age limit does not apply if the child is an invalid or infirm.

                    Note: No means test is applied in assessing whether a child is a dependant.

     2.      A child normally lives with a member if one of these conditions is met.

             a.     The child is provided with overnight care in the member's home at their posting
                    location for at least 90 nights a year.

             b.     The child is only absent from the member's home because the child is in full-time
                    education. This can be primary, secondary or undergraduate tertiary education.

                    Example: A degree or TAFE course.

             c.     The CDF recognises that the child is expected to live with the member at their posting
                    location on a frequent and regular basis. The CDF must consider all these criteria.

                      i.    The arrangements for the child's contact or residence with the member.

                     ii.    The member's access to the child.

                     iii.   The distance and transport between the child's location and the member's
                            location.

                     iv.    The nature and extent of the member's duty commitments.

                     v.     Other factors that may be relevant to the relationship of the child and the
                            member.



Persons who can make the decision under paragraph 1.3.78.2.c on behalf of the CDF:
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements




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1.3.79 CDF-recognised dependants
   1.    This clause does not apply to a person whose relationship is of a type dealt with under
         Defence Instruction (General) Personnel 53-1, Recognition of Interdependent Partnerships.

         Examples: An interdependent partnership.

   2.    The CDF can recognise a person as a dependant on the basis that the person has an
         interdependency relationship with a member. The CDF must have regard to these factors.

         a.    The person has a close personal relationship to the member. The CDF may consider
               circumstances, including but not limited to, any of the following.

                i.     Whether the dependency relationship is permanent, including evidence that the
                       parties intend the relationship to be permanent.

                       Example: A non-dependent child who is orphaned may be recognised as a
                       dependant when the member applies to adopt the child.

                ii.    Ownership, acquisition and use of property.

                iii.   The degree of mutual commitment to a shared life.

                iv.    The care and support of children.

                v.     The reputation and public aspects of the relationship.

                       Example 1. A statutory declaration that the relationship is one of
                       interdependency.

                vi.    The degree of emotional support.

         b.    The person lives with the member.

               Exception: The person is unable to live with the member because of an intellectual,
               physical or psychiatric disability.

         c.    The member provides the person with substantial financial support.

               Non-example: A self-funded retiree in good health with their own home is not a
               dependant.

         d.    One or each of them provides the other with interdependent support and personal
               care.

               Example 1: A parent of the member or spouse. The parent is of pensionable age and
               suffering from a disabling illness. They are dependant on the member to provide a
               home and aged care.

               Example 2: Evidence from doctors or specialists may show the person has medical
               conditions or disabilities for which the member provides care.




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Persons who can make the decisions under subclause 1.3.79.2 on behalf of the CDF:
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements
Director General Navy People
Director Navy Personnel Policy
Director Navy Employment Conditions
Director General Personnel – Air Force
Director Military Administration – Air Force
Deputy Director Personnel Concepts and Policy – Air Force
Director General Personnel – Army
Director Personnel Policy – Army

    2A.      If it is reasonable having regard to any Service requirements, the CDF may recognise a
             person who does not normally live with the member as a dependant for conditions of service
             purposes, if the person could be recognised as a dependant under paragraph 1.3.76.1.a or
             1.3.76.1.b had they normally lived with the member.

             See: Subclause 1.3.76.1, Dependants



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 1.3.79.2A on behalf of the CDF:
Director General Navy Personnel and Training
Director General Personnel – Army
Director General Personnel – Air Force

     3.      The CDF must not recognise a person as a dependant under this clause if they are satisfied
             that either, or both, of these circumstances apply.

             a.     The person's relationship with the member is one of mere convenience.

                    Example 1: A member's 25-year-old child who is unemployed lives with the member
                    for reasons of convenience, not interdependency.

                    Example 2: A person who acts as a housekeeper or guardian to a dependent child,
                    when the member and spouse live together and are both working.

                    Example 3: A parent of the member or spouse. The parent is of pensionable age and
                    looks after the member's children at the member's home but is otherwise able to live
                    independently.

             b.     There is alternative support, care or accommodation available to the person.

                    Example: A member looks after their grandchild while the child's mother is on holiday
                    overseas. The child's father is working but does not want to pay for child care. The
                    CDF determines that the child is not a dependant of the member since the child's
                    parents remain responsible for the child's care and support.

                    Non-example 1: A member's grandchild has been orphaned. The member has
                    assumed primary care of the child and has legal guardianship. The child has no other
                    source of care or support. The CDF determines that the grandchild is a dependant of
                    the member.




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               Non-example 2: A member's son has become permanently incapacitated after a car
               accident. The member's son was the primary carer of his child. The member has
               assumed care of their grandchild because they are the child's closest relative and
               have applied for legal guardianship. The CDF determines that the child has no other
               source of care or support, and is a dependant of the member.

   4.    The member may make their own arrangements for a person who is not recognised as a
         dependant under this Division but the Commonwealth may not provide dependant benefits
         under this Determination in relation to that person.



1.3.80 Member with dependants
   1.    A member with dependants means a member who provides and lives in a home at their
         posting location with at least one dependant.

  1A.    A member with a dependant recognised under subclause 1.3.79.2A is recognised as a
         member with dependants even if the dependant does not normally live with the member.

         Exception: If the circumstances on which the dependant was recognised change, this
         subclause ceases to apply.

         Example: A member couple are unable to form a common household as a de facto couple
         because they have not been granted the posting to adjacent locations that they requested.
         They are recognised as dependants for the period of the posting. However, the couple
         separate after eight months. From that point on, the interdependency relationship ceases
         and the two members are no longer recognised as member with dependants.

         See: Subclause 1.3.79.2A, CDF recognised dependants

   2.    A member with dependants (unaccompanied) is a subset of the category defined as a
         member with dependants.



1.3.81 Member with dependants (unaccompanied)
   1.    This clause may only apply to a member who is categorised as a member with
         dependants under clause 1.3.80.

         Note: The category member with dependants includes a member with dependants
         (unaccompanied).

   2.    The purpose of this clause is to define a category of members eligible for special conditions
         in the following situations.

         a.    A member with dependants who proceeds on duty unaccompanied by their
               dependants.

         aa.   A member with dependants recognised as a member with dependants under
               subclause 1.3.80.1A.

               See: Subclause 1.3.80.1A, Member with dependants

         b.    A member with dependants who incurs additional costs because they are living apart
               from their family.




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   3.    A member may only be categorised as a member with dependants (unaccompanied) under
         subclause 4 or 5 for a period when the member provides a home for their dependants in
         one of the following locations.

         a.   The member's losing location.

              See: Clause 1.3.36, Losing location

         b.   A location that the member was previously posted to, if the member has provided a
              home for dependants there since that previous posting.

              Note: Paragraphs a. and b. include a location that has been approved as a posting
              location for the member under subclause 1.3.52.1.

              See: Subclause 1.3.52.1, Posting location – within Australia

         c.   A location for which the member has been granted Commonwealth assistance, for a
              removal of dependants on compassionate grounds or for exceptional reasons.

              See:
              Chapter 6 Part 6 Division 3, Removal to a chosen location;
              Subclause 6.6.4.2, Members entitled to removal

         d.   A location for which the member has been granted Commonwealth assistance for a
              removal in advance of posting.

              See: Chapter 6 Part 6 Division 4, Postings or deployments

              Exception: A member's dependants may be removed to a new location in advance
              of the member being discharged. This is not a location for which a member can be
              categorised as a member with dependants (unaccompanied).

         e.   A location specified in a posting order, to which the member has previously removed
              their dependants in anticipation of the posting order.

         f.   A location for which the member has been granted Commonwealth assistance, for a
              removal of dependants to enable the member's spouse or partner to continue in
              employment or study.

              See: Subclause 6.6.19.1A, Removal to chosen location

   4.    A member may be categorised as a member with dependants (unaccompanied) if they meet
         all the following conditions.

         a.   Either of the following statements apply to the member.

                i.    The member is categorised as a member with dependants.

                ii.   The member was categorised as a member with dependants (unaccompanied)
                      for the posting the member held just before the new posting.

         b.   The member is posted to a new posting location for a period of six months or more.

              Exception: The member is also eligible if their dependants are granted
              Commonwealth assistance for a removal in exceptional circumstances during the
              member's posting.




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         c.    The member chooses in writing to be categorised as a member with dependants
               (unaccompanied).

               See: Part 5 Annex 1.5.A, Categorisation forms

               Example 1: A member with dependants is posted from Melbourne to Darwin for more
               than six months. The member chooses to be categorised as a member with
               dependants (unaccompanied) by filling in and lodging the form at Annex 1.5.A.

               Example 2: A member with dependants is posted from Canberra to a seagoing ship
               in Sydney for more than six months. The member chooses to be categorised as a
               member with dependants (unaccompanied) by filling in and lodging the form at
               Annex 1.5.A. The member's family is able to get a removal to the member's home
               port, Melbourne.

               Example 3: A member with dependants is posted from Brisbane to Katherine for
               more than six months. The member applies to move their family to a chosen location,
               Melbourne. The application is made on the compassionate ground that in Melbourne
               there is support for the member's disabled partner. The application for removal is
               approved. The member then chooses to be categorised as a member with
               dependants (unaccompanied) by filling in and lodging the form at Annex 1.5.A.

               See: Chapter 6 Part 6 Division 3, Removal to a chosen location

               Non-example: A member with dependants is posted from Puckapunyal to Darwin for
               more than six months. The member applies to move their family to a chosen location,
               Melbourne. There are no compassionate reasons for the application and it is not
               approved. The member then chooses to remove the family to Melbourne at their own
               expense. The member is categorised as a member without dependants and cannot
               be categorised as either a member with dependants or a member with dependants
               (unaccompanied).

         d.    The member lives at the posting location without their dependants.

               Exception: Subclause 6 contains a limited exception to this condition.

   5.    A member is categorised as a member with dependants (unaccompanied) for any period of
         up to six months during which all of the following circumstances apply to the member.

         a.    The member is categorised as a member with dependants.

         b.    The member is required to perform duty away from their posting location.

         c.    The time away from the member's posting location is more than 14 days.

         Note 1: The member does not need to lodge the form at Annex 1.5.A for this to occur.

         Note 2: This category can apply more than once for the same location.




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             Example 1: A member is loan posted from Rockingham, where her family live, to a
             seagoing ship in Sydney for less than six months. There is no removal entitlement for the
             member's family. The member is automatically categorised as member with dependants
             (unaccompanied).

             Example 2: A member with dependants proceeds to a new location on temporary duty to
             support a contractor for the period of the contract, which is expected to be four months. The
             member is automatically categorised as member with dependants (unaccompanied). At the
             end of the four months, additional funding is approved. The contract is varied, so that it will
             run for four more months. The member is required to stay another four months but is not
             formally posted to the location. The member is recognised as member with dependants
             (unaccompanied) for the additional period (making a total of eight months). Even though the
             total period is longer than six months, the two periods are separate periods of duty. The
             member can be categorised under subclause 5 for both periods.

     6.      A member is eligible to be categorised as a member with dependants (unaccompanied)
             under subclause 4 or 5 if they meet all the following conditions.

             a.     The member has a spouse or interdependent partner who is also a member.

             b.     The member is posted to a new posting location.

             c.     The member and their spouse or interdependent partner provide a home for
                    dependants at the losing location.

             d.     The member occupied the home at the losing location with at least one dependant
                    before the posting.

             e.     The member provides a separate home for dependants at the gaining location.

             f.     The member occupies the separate home with at least one dependant.

     7.      The CDF may decide that a member is taken to be a member with dependants
             (unaccompanied) having regard to the following criteria.

             Note: For members categorised as a member with dependants under subclause 1.3.80.1A
             see subclause 8.

             a.     Whether Service or compassionate reasons meant the member was unable to meet
                    the requirements of subclause 4 or 5.

             b.     Whether it is consistent with the purpose of this clause.

             c.     The health and welfare of the member and dependants.

             d.     Any other relevant matter, including any exceptional reasons for categorisation.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 1.3.81.7 on behalf of the CDF:
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements
Director General Navy People
Director Navy Personnel Policy
Director Navy Employment Conditions
Director General Personnel – Air Force
Director Military Administration – Air Force
Deputy Director Personnel Concepts and Policy – Air Force
Director General Personnel – Army
Director Personnel Policy – Army


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     8.        If it is reasonable having regard to any Service requirements, the CDF may decide that a
               member recognised as a member with dependants under subclause 1.3.80.1A is taken to
               be a member with dependants (unaccompanied).

               Note 1: Clause 1.5.2 requires a member who is categorised under subclause 5, 6, 7 or 8 of
               this clause to inform their Commanding Officer about any change in circumstances that
               could affect the member's categorisation.

               Note 2: Each time that their family or posting circumstances change, a member must make
               a fresh application for categorisation under subclause 5, 6, 7 or 8 of this clause, if they wish
               to stay in the member with dependants (unaccompanied) category.

               Example: The member lodges a new form each time their posting location changes, even
               though their dependants may not move house.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 1.3.81.8 on behalf of the CDF:
Director General Navy Personnel and Training
Director General Personnel – Army
Director General Personnel – Air Force


1.3.81A ...


1.3.82 Dependant with special needs
     1.        A dependant who is assessed or recognised for the purpose of a condition, in accordance
               with the table and who is recognised by the Director General Defence Community
               Organisation is a dependant with special needs. In the case of a dependant child, this
               includes an academically gifted child.


 Item         These conditions              must be assessed or             And the dependant must meet
             regarded as special             recognised by...                 these qualifying criteria...
                  needs...
   1.     Physical                      a specialist medical                           Not applicable
                                        practitioner
   2.     Intellectual
   3.     Sensory
   4.     Multiple impairments
   5.     Medical condition, illness
          or disability
   6.     Speech or language            a. a specialist medical
          disorders                        practitioner
                                        b. a paramedical practitioner
                                           Example: a speech
                                           therapist
   7.     Social, emotional or          a. a specialist medical
          behavioural                      practitioner
   8.     Specific learning difficulties b. a psychologist




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 Item        These conditions           must be assessed or           And the dependant must meet
            regarded as special          recognised by...               these qualifying criteria...
                 needs...
  9.    Academically gifted or      a psychologist with             The child must achieve a score at
        talented                    qualifications and experience   or above the 95th percentile on:
                                    in assessing children           a. any individual or group IQ test
                                                                    b. on a subscale of an individual
                                                                       IQ test



   2.       A member must apply in writing to the local Defence Community Organisation using the
            form in Annex 1.3.A, and including the relevant supporting paperwork, to have their
            dependant recognised as a dependant with special needs.

            See: Annex 1.3.A, Application for recognition of member with dependant with special needs
            (AC 832)

   3.       When an application has been received, a Defence Community Organisation social worker
            must take some or all of the following actions.

            a.    Assess the member's written application.

            b.    Ensure that all supporting paperwork is included with the application.

            c.    Discuss with the member any implications for special needs requirements on future
                  postings.

            d.    Provide a written report which includes recommendations to Director General
                  Defence Community Organisation.

                  Note: The recommendation, application and relevant paperwork is sent to:
                  DGDCO
                  BP35-4-064
                  Department of Defence
                  CANBERRA ACT 2600

   4.       The Director General Defence Community Organisation will decide if the member's
            application for the recognition of a dependant with special needs is approved or not
            approved. A letter stating the decision will be forwarded to the following people.

            a.    The member.

            b.    The member's unit.

            c.    The Defence Community Organisation social worker who made the recommendation.

            d.    The career managers of the member's relevant service.

   5.       The recognition of a dependant with special needs is valid until there is any change in the
            circumstances that generated the original request for recognition. The member must advise
            the Director General Defence Community Organisation of any change in circumstances that
            may affect any assistance provided.




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1.3.83 Member without dependants
         A member without dependants is a member who does not meet either of these definitions.

         a.    The definition of a member with dependants under clause 1.3.80.

         b.    The definition of a member with dependants (unaccompanied) under clause 1.3.81.

         Example 1: The member has no recognised dependants.

         Example 2: The member lives in an interdependent relationship not recognised by the ADF.

         See: Chapter 8 Part 2, Recognition of interdependent partnership

         Example 3: The member does not provide a home for recognised dependants.

         Example 4: The member provides a home for dependants, but chooses not to live with
         them for personal reasons.

         Example 5: Two members marry or have an interdependent partnership recognised under
         Defence Instruction (General) Personnel 53-1, Recognition of Interdependent Partnerships,
         and both of these conditions are met.

         a. Each member in the couple is posted to a different location.

         b. They have not established a home together in one of the posting locations.



1.3.84 Non-Service spouse and non-Service interdependent partner
         A member's spouse or interdependent partner who is not a member.




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Part 6: Payment of entitlements in special circumstances
1.6.1    Dual entitlement – member's adult dependant is also a member
1.6.2    Payment of entitlement to another person
1.6.3    Payment of amount to a person under legal disability
1.6.4    Payment of amounts on death of a member


1.6.1 Dual entitlement – member's adult dependant is also a member
    1.        This clause applies if both these conditions are met.

              a.    A member's adult dependant is also a member.

              b.    Both members have any of the entitlements in this table for the same period.


             Item                     Entitlement                                      Reference
               1. Disturbance allowance                                       Chapter 6 Part 1 Division 2
               2. Reimbursement for childcare on removal                      Chapter 6 Part 1 Division 3
               3. Assistance or reimbursement for home purchase or            Chapter 6 Part 2
                  sale
               4. Reimbursement for loss on sale of furniture and             Chapter 6 Part 3 clause 6.3.2
                  effects
               5. Reimbursement for loss on sale of a vehicle                 Chapter 6 Part 3 clause 6.3.4
               6. Reimbursement for cost of insurance on removal of           Chapter 6 Part 5 clause 6.5.8
                  urgently needed household items
               7. Reimbursement for education costs for a child               Chapter 8 Part 4
               8. Reimbursement in place of a child’s scholarship             Chapter 8 Part 4 Division 3

    2.        This table sets out how the entitlement is provided.


             Item                If the members…                      then the entitlement is provided to
                                                                              the member who…
               1.   jointly nominate one of them to receive the    is nominated.
                    entitlement
               2.   do not jointly nominate one of them to                               _
                    receive the entitlement, and they:
                    a. hold different ranks                        has the higher rank
                    b. hold the same rank                          has the greater seniority in the rank.

    3.        A member may have an entitlement listed in subclause 1 while their adult dependant has a
              similar entitlement that is not under Chapters 1 to 11. In this case, the listed entitlement is
              reduced by the amount of the similar entitlement.

              Example: A member is entitled to disturbance allowance under Chapter 6 Part 1 Division 2.
              Their spouse is an APS employee in Defence. The member's entitlement to the allowance is
              reduced by any amount the adult dependant gets for similar purposes under DeCA
              clause H2, Relocation assistance.

              Note: The following provisions in other Chapters provide special rules about situations
              where a member and their adult dependant both have the same entitlement. Those special
              rules may override this clause.




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          a.    Indemnity for loss or damage arising from removal within Australia.

                See: Chapter 6 Part 5, Compensation for loss or damage to items stored or removed

          b.    Trainees' dependant allowance.

                See: Chapter 4 Part 7 Division 1

   4.     WARNING: This clause does not apply in relation to housing assistance. Special rules
          apply to dual entitlement for the following housing entitlements – see Chapter 7.


         Item                  Entitlement                                          Reference
           1. Temporary accommodation allowance                           Chapter 7 Part 4 Division 5
                                                                          clause 7.4.27
           2.   Contribution for Service residence                        Chapter 7 Part 5 Division 9
                                                                          clause 7.5.55
           3.   Rent allowance                                            Chapter 7 Part 6 Division 4
                                                                          clause 7.6.22

   5.     WARNING: This clause does not apply in relation to overseas conditions of service.
          Special rules apply to dual entitlement for the following overseas allowances and other
          conditions – see Chapters 14 to 16.


         Item                          Entitlement                                 Reference
           1.   Overseas removals and related entitlements                Chapter 14 Part 3
           2.   Settling in and settling out overseas – meal costs        Chapter 14 Part 5
           3.   Overseas living allowance                                 Chapter 15 Part 2
           4.   Hardship allowance                                        Chapter 16 Part 2
           5.   Assisted leave travel                                     Chapter 16 Part 4


1.6.2 Payment of entitlement to another person
   1.     A member may seek to have their entitlement paid to their adult dependant or another
          person. These conditions apply.

          a.    The member must nominate in writing the person to receive the payment on their
                behalf.

          b.    The other person must consent to the disclosure of their personal or financial
                information, and to receiving the payment.

          c.    The member must provide the alternative payment details.

          Example: A member who is deployed has to pay rent at home. They may choose to have
          their rent allowance paid to their adult dependant, who will arrange the rent payments on
          their behalf.

   2.     Alternatively, the entitlement will be paid as specifically provided for under another Chapter.




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1.6.3 Payment of amount to a person under legal disability
     1.      This clause applies if an amount is payable to a person who has a legal disability.

             Examples: A child under 18 years old. A member who is seriously injured and unable to act
             on their own behalf.

     2.      The amount may be paid to a trustee appointed by the CDF to act on behalf of the person.
             The CDF must consider any instructions the member gave before the legal disability began.

     3.      Both these conditions apply to an amount paid to a trustee under subclause 2.

             a.     The trustee will hold it on trust for the benefit of the person in accordance with any
                    directions of the CDF.

             b.     It is taken to have been paid to the person.



Persons who can make the decisions under subclause 1.6.3.2 and 1.6.3.3.a on behalf of the CDF:
Director General Defence Community Organisation


1.6.4 Payment of amounts on death of a member
     1.      An amount payable to a member on their death may be paid to either of these parties.

             a.     The member’s dependants.

             b.     The member’s legal personal representative, if both these conditions are met.

                      i.    The member has no dependant.

                      ii.   The CDF considers it appropriate.

     2.      The amount may be payable to more than one dependant. In this case, the CDF must
             consider the losses each dependant suffers through the loss of the member's earnings.

     3.      A payment should be made under subclause 1 within 12 months after the member’s death.
             If it is not, the amount must be paid to the member’s legal personal representative.

     4.      If no-one is entitled to a payable amount, no payment will be authorised.



Persons who can make the decisions under paragraph 1.6.7.1.b and subclause 1.6.4.2 on behalf of the CDF:
Director General Defence Community Organisation




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Chapter 3: ADF salaries and bonuses
Contents
Overview
   3.0.1           Overview                                                                       1
   3.0.2           Contents                                                                       1



Part 1: Salaries
   3.1.1           Contents                                                                       1

   Part A: Administration
                   [from DFRT Determination No 15 of 2008]
   A.1.1           Commencement                                                                   1
   A.1.2           Repeal and Transition                                                         1
   A.1.3           Purpose                                                                        1
   A.1.4           Contents                                                                       1
   A.1.5           Administration of salary                                                      2
   A.1.6           Definitions                                                                    2
   A.1.7           Exercise of powers by Chief of Defence Force                                  2
   A.1.8           Salary not payable                                                            3
   A.1.9           Salary of member of the Reserve Forces                                        3

   Part B: Salaries
                   [from DFRT Determination No 15 of 2008]
   B.1.0           Purpose                                                                        1
   B.1.0A          Contents                                                                       1

   Division 1: Salary (Senior Officers)
   B.1.1           Application                                                                    1
   B.1.2           Salary                                                                         1

   Division 2: Salary (Officers)
   B.2.1           Application                                                                    1
   B.2.2           Pay grade for an officer                                                       1
   B.2.3           Rate of salary for an officer                                                  1
   B.2.4           Rate of salary on advancement from Other Rank – Sergeant and above            2
   B.2.5           Rate of salary on advancement from Other Rank – other situations              2

   Division 3: Salary (Specialist officers)
   B.3.1           Application                                                                    1
   B.3.2           Definitions                                                                    1
   B.3.3           Rate of salary for specialist officer                                         3
   B.3.4           Rate of salary for aviation specialist – conditions                            4




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   Division 4: Salary (Warrant Officer Class 1)
   B.4.1          Application                                                                         1
   B.4.2          Tiers                                                                               1
   B.4.3          Pay grade for a Warrant Officer Class 1                                             1
   B.4.4          Rate of salary for a Warrant Officer Class 1                                        3
   B.4.5          Rate of salary for Service Warrant Officers                                         3

   Division 5: Salary (Other Ranks)
   B.5.1          Application                                                                         1
   B.5.2          Pay grade for a member below the rank of Warrant Officer Class 1                   1
   B.5.3          Rate of salary for a member below the rank of Warrant Officer Class 1              2

   Division 6: Salary (Trainees)
   B.6.1          Application                                                                         1

                  Clause notes                                                                        1

   Schedules
   Schedule B.1   Senior officer total cash value                                                    1
   Schedule B.2   Officer pay grades
                  Part 1: All Services                                                                1
                  Part 2: Navy                                                                        1
                  Part 3: Army                                                                        1
                  Part 4: Air Force                                                                   1
   Schedule B.3   Officer salary rates
                  Part 1: Officer of the Permanent Force                                              1
                  Part 2: Officer of the Reserve Force on non-discounted rate                         2
                  Part 3: Officer of the Reserve Force on discounted rate                             3
   Schedule B.4   Other rank member appointed as officer – transitional salary rates
                  Part 1: Officer of the Permanent Force                                              1
                  Part 2: Officer of the Reserve Force on non-discounted rate                         2
                  Part 3: Officer of the Reserve Force on discounted rate                             3
   Schedule B.5   Specialist Officer – Chaplain
                  Part 1: Member of the Permanent Force on Specialist Career Structure                1
                  Part 2: Member of the Reserve Force on Specialist Career Structure                  2
   Schedule B.6   Specialist Officer – Dental Officer
                  Part 1: Member of the Permanent Force on Specialist Career Structure                1
                  Part 2: Member of the Permanent Force not on Specialist Career Structure            2
                  Part 3: Member of the Reserve Force on Specialist Career Structure                  4
   Schedule B.7   Specialist Officer – Legal Officer
                  Part 1: Member of the Permanent Force on Specialist Career Structure                1
                  Part 2: Member of the Reserve Force on Specialist Career Structure                  3
   Schedule B.8   Specialist Officer – Medical Officer
                  Part 1: Member of the Permanent Force on Specialist Career Structure                1
                  Part 2: Member of the Permanent Force not on Specialist Career Structure            3
                  Part 3: Member of the Reserve Force on Specialist Career Structure                  5
                  Part 4: Member of the Reserve Force not on Specialist Career Structure              7
   Schedule B.9   Warrant Officer Class 1 pay grades
                  Part 1: Navy                                                                        1
                  Part 2: Army                                                                        1
                  Part 3: Air Force                                                                   1



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   Schedule B.10 Warrant Officer Class 1 salary rates
                 Part 1: Service Warrant Officers                                                    1
                 Part 2: Warrant Officer Class 1 of the Permanent Force                              1
                 Part 3: Warrant Officer Class 1 of the Reserve Force on non-discounted              2
                 rate
                 Part 4: Warrant Officer Class 1 of the Reserve Force on discounted rate             2
   Schedule B.11 Other Rank pay grades
                 Part 1: Navy                                                                        1
                 Part 2: Army                                                                        1
                 Part 3: Air Force                                                                   1
   Schedule B.12 Other Rank salary rates
                 Part 1: Member of the Permanent Force                                               1
                 Part 2: Member of the Reserve Force on non-discounted rate                          3
                 Part 3: Member of the Reserve Force on discounted rate                              5
   Schedule B.13 Trainee salary rates
                 Part 1: Permanent Force                                                             1
                 Part 2: Reserve Force                                                               2
   Schedule B.14 Specialist Officer – Aviation
                 Part 1: Officer of the Permanent Force                                              1
                 Part 2: Officer of the Reserve Force on non-discounted rate                         2

Part 2: Administration of salaries
   3.2.1           Overview                                                                          1
   3.2.2           Contents                                                                          1

   Division 1: About salaries
   3.2.3           Purpose                                                                           1
   3.2.4           Salary not payable                                                               1
   3.2.5           Time for payment of salary for a member of the Permanent Forces                  1
   3.2.6           Method of payment of salary for a member of the Permanent Forces                 2
   3.2.7           Working out fortnightly and daily rates                                          2
   3.2.8           Salary and allowances (member on part-time leave without pay)                    3
   3.2.9           Death of presumed death of member                                                3
   3.2.10          Service with the United Nations or multi-national force                          4
   3.2.11          Working out a day for Reserve Service                                             4
   3.2.12          Excess Reserve service                                                            5
   3.2.13          Reserve member taken to be attending for duty                                    6
   3.2.14          Member to keep records of Reserve days                                            6
   3.2.15          Working out when Reserve salary must be paid                                     7




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   Division 2: Commencement salary
   3.2.16      Purpose                                                                           1
   3.2.17      Salary on enlistment or appointment                                              1
   3.2.18      Salary on promotion – general                                                    2
   3.2.18A     Salary on ceasing to be a specialist officer                                     2
   3.2.19      Salary on change of pay grade                                                    2
   3.2.20      Member with previous service – commencement salary                               3
   3.2.21      Recognition of service in the Reserves                                            5
   3.2.22      Salary – member undergoing training                                              5
   3.2.23      Salary rate for training – start and advancement dates                           6

   Division 3: Increments
   3.2.24      Purpose                                                                           1
   3.2.25      Increment advancement                                                            1
   3.2.26      Increment deferral                                                               2
   3.2.27      Effect of pay increases on increments                                             2
   3.2.28      Effect of pay grade changes on increments                                        2
   3.2.29      Promotion after previous service at temporary or acting rank                     2
   3.2.30      Salary – Private Proficient                                                       3
   3.2.31      Salary on reduction of rank                                                       4
   3.2.32      Salary on promotion to rank previously held                                      4

   Division 4: Specialist Officer – increment and competency
   arrangements
   3.2.33      Purpose                                                                           1
   3.2.34      Specialist officers – increment advancement and promotion                        1
   3.2.35      Competency levels – chaplain                                                     2
   3.2.36      Competency levels – dental officer                                               3
   3.2.37      Competency levels – legal officer                                                4
   3.2.38      Competency levels – medical officer                                              5

   Division 5: Salary non-reduction provisions
   3.2.39      Purpose                                                                           1
   3.2.40      Definitions                                                                       1
   3.2.41      Member this Division applies to                                                  1
   3.2.42      Member this Division does not apply to                                           2
   3.2.43      Salary non-reduction period                                                      2
   3.4.44      Service during salary non-reduction period to count for certain purposes         2
   3.2.45      Salary non-reduction for a member posted as Recruit Instructor                    3
   3.2.46      Retention of pay grade                                                           3
   3.2.47      Non-reduction supplement for Other Rank members                                  4
   3.4.48      Non-reduction supplement for Other Rank members of the Reserves                  4
   3.2.49      Movements between Reserve service and continuous full-time service               5




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   Annex 3.2.A      Salary non-reduction – members with the rank of Warrant Officer Class 2 or      1
                    lower
   Annex 3.2.B      Salary non-reduction – Officers                                                 1

Part 3: Salary packaging
   3.3.1            Flexible remuneration packaging (salary packaging)                              1

Part 4: Overpayments and recovery
   3.4.1            Overview                                                                        1
   3.4.2            Overpayment                                                                     1
   3.4.3            Recovery of overpayment                                                         1

Part 5: Retention and completion benefits
   Note: These bonuses are only available in the electronic version of the ADF Pay and Conditions
   Manual
   3.5.1            Overview                                                                        1
   3.5.2            Contents                                                                        1

   Division 1: Military superannuation and benefits scheme retention
   benefit

   Division 2: Additional retention bonus for other rank members

   Division 3: Air Force Logistic Officers Retention Bonus

   Division 4: Completion bonuses

   Division 4A: Navy—Electronics Technical (junior sailor)

   Division 5: Retention allowance

   Division 5A: Navy – Marine Technical and Electronics Technical
   (sailors)

   Division 6: ADF gap year – educational bonus

   Division 7: Army completion bonus scheme – various pay categories

   Division 8: Navy – Seaman Officer specialisation completion bonus

   Division 9: Army – High Readiness Reserve completion bonus

   Division 10: Air Force – High Readiness Reserve completion bonus

   Division 11: Navy – Combat Systems Operator (sailor) completion
   bonus



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   Division 12: Navy – Communication Information Systems completion
   bonus scheme

   Division 13: Navy – Acoustic Warfare Analyst and Cryptologic Systems
   Submarines completion bonus scheme

   Division 14: Navy – Aviation Technician completion bonus

   Division 15: Navy – Aircrew retention and completion bonus scheme

   Division 16: Hydrographic Systems Manager completion bonus

   Division 17: Navy – Cryptologic Linguist completion bonus scheme

   Division 18: Navy – Naval Police Coxswain completion bonus

   Division 19: Army – Expansion and rank retention and completion
   bonus

   Division 20: Army – Critical employment category retention bonus

   Division 21: Navy – Individuals critical to Navy capability

   Division 22: Army – 1st Recruit Training Battalion recruit instructors
   scheme

   Division 23: Army – Trade transfer bonus

   Division 24: Navy – Recruit training instructors scheme

   Division 25: Military instructors scheme

   Division 26: Medical Officers professional development financial
   support scheme

   Division 27: Medical Officers retention benefit scheme

   Division 28: Army – military instructor on temporary duty

   Division 29: Navy – Medical Officer recruitment bonus scheme

   Division 30: Army and Air Force – Targeted pilot retention bonus
   scheme

   Division 31: Navy – Clearance Divers and Mine Warfare Clearance
   Diving Officers retention bonus scheme

   Division 32: Air Force – Airfield Engineering Trades retention bonus
   scheme



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   Division 33: Air Force – Air Traffic Control retention bonus scheme

   Division 34: Air Force – Military instructor completion bonus scheme

   Division 35: Air Force – Military instructor on Reserve service
   completion bonus scheme

Part 6: Salary and allowances when a member is absent without leave, in
civil custody or undergoing a period of detention or imprisonment
   3.6.1        Overview                                                          1
   3.6.2        Benefits continue in some situations                             1
   3.6.3        Benefits for dependants                                           2
   3.6.4        Relevant Defence Force Regulations                               3

Part 7: Medals and awards
   3.7.1        Victoria Cross for Australia Medal                                1
   3.7.2        ...                                                               1
   3.7.3        ...                                                               1




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Part 1: Salaries (This part is policy guidance)
3.1.1     Contents
             This Part includes the following Parts, Divisions and Schedules:
             [From DFRT Determination No 15 of 2008]
 Part A      Administration
 Part B      Salaries
             Division 1   Salary (Senior officers)
             Division 2   Salary (Officers)
             Division 3   Salary (Specialist officers)
             Division 4   Salary (Warrant Officer Class 1)
             Division 5   Salary (Other Ranks)
             Division 6   Salary (Trainees)
                          Clause Notes
 Schedule B.1             Senior officer total cash value
 Schedule B.2             Officer pay grades
                          Part 1: All services
                          Part 2: Navy
                          Part 3: Army
                          Part 4: Air Force
 Schedule B.3             Officer salary rates
                          Part 1: Officer of the Permanent Force
                          Part 2: Officer of the Reserve Force on non-discounted rate
                          Part 3: Officer of the Reserve Force on discounted rate
 Schedule B.4             Other rank member appointed as officer – transitional salary rates
                          Part 1: Officer of the Permanent Force
                          Part 2: Officer of the Reserve Force on non-discounted rate
                          Part 3: Officer of the Reserve Force on discounted rate
 Schedule B.5             Specialist Officer – Chaplain
                          Part 1: Member of the Permanent Force on Specialist Career Structure
                          Part 2: Member of the Reserve Force on Specialist Career Structure
 Schedule B.6             Specialist Officer – Dental Officer
                          Part 1: Member of the Permanent Force on Specialist Career Structure
                          Part 2: Member of the Reserve Force not on Specialist Career Structure
                          Part 3: Member of the Reserve Force on Specialist Career Structure
 Schedule B.7             Specialist Officer – Legal Officer
                          Part 1: Member of the Permanent Force on Specialist Career Structure
                          Part 2: Member of the Reserve Force on Specialist Career Structure
 Schedule B.8             Specialist Officer – Medical Officer
                          Part 1: Member of the Permanent Force on Specialist Career Structure
                          Part 2: Member of the Permanent Force not on Specialist Career Structure
                          Part 3: Member of the Reserve Force on Specialist Career Structure
                          Part 4: Member of the Reserve Force not on Specialist Career Structure
 Schedule B.9             Warrant Officer Class 1 pay grades
                          Part 1: Navy
                          Part 2: Army
                          Part 3: Air Force



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Schedule B.10   Warrant Officer Class 1 salary rates
                Part 1: Service Warrant Officers
                Part 2: Warrant Officer Class 1 of the Permanent Force
                Part 3: Warrant Officer Class 1 of the Reserve Force on non-discounted rate
                Part 4: Warrant Officer Class 1 of the Reserve Force on discounted rate
Schedule B.11   Other Rank pay grades
                Part 1: Navy
                Part 2: Army
                Part 3: Air Force
Schedule B.12   Other Rank salary rates
                Part 1: Member of the Permanent Force
                Part 2: Member of the Reserve Force on non-discounted rate
                Part 3: Member of the Reserve Force on discounted rate
Schedule B.13   Trainee salary rates
                Part 1: Permanent Force
                Part 2: Reserve Force
Schedule B.14   Specialist Officer – Aviation
                Part 1: Officer of the Permanent Force
                Part 2: Officer of the Reserve Force on non-discounted rate




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Division 3: Salary (Specialist officers)

[From DFRT Determination No 15 of 2008]


B.3.1 Application
   1.     This Division applies to officers in the following classes:

          (a)   Chaplain;

          (b)   Dental Officer;

          (c)   Legal Officer;

          (d)   Medical Officer;

          (e)   Aviation specialist;

          (f)   an approved category, as defined in clause B.3.2.

   2.     This Division does not apply to senior officers.



B.3.2 Definitions
          This table defines terms used in this Division.


         Term                     Definition

         approved category        Means a class of members which the CDF, having regard to:

                                  (a)   the special skills or qualifications held; and

                                  (b)   the special positions or offices held; and

                                  (c)   the nature of the duties normally performed,

                                  by a class of Reserve members, approves as normally performing a
                                  large part of their duties within periods of duty less than 2 hours.

                                  Note: Current approved categories are medical, dental and legal
                                  officers and chaplains.

         aviation specialist      Means a member who is:

                                  (a)   at the rank of Captain (03) or Major (04) or, if the member’s
                                        Service Chief approves, a higher rank; and

                                  (b)   placed in the aviation specialist stream; and

                                  (c)   not subject to a period determined by a Service Chief under the
                                        Defence (Personnel) Regulations 2002, which the member must
                                        complete in relation to initial training, qualification or
                                        appointment.

         compulsory medical       Means training in a hospital undertaken by a medical officer as a
         residency                condition of entry into the medical profession. This does not include a
                                  year for which salary is payable to the member as a trainee.



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         Term              Definition

         Dental Officer    Means a member who is eligible to be registered as a dental
                           practitioner under the law of a State or Territory and who meets either
                           of the following conditions:

                           (a)     the member is serving in a health branch of the ADF; or

                           (b)     the member is serving in another position approved by the
                                   CDF for career management purposes for a period of less
                                   than 3 years.

                                   In considering whether to approve such a position the CDF will
                                   have regard to:

                                   (i)     the duties the officer will perform in the position; and

                                   (ii)    the relevance of the duties to the officer’s
                                           responsibilities as a Dental Officer; and

                                   (iii)   the career progression of the officer within the dental
                                           or health stream.

         Legal Officer     Means a member of a Specialist Career Structure who is admitted as
                           a barrister or solicitor of the High Court or the Supreme Court of a
                           State or Territory and who has been appointed as a legal officer, but
                           does not include a member who is a Judge of the Federal Court or a
                           Judge of a Supreme Court of a State or Territory, nor any other
                           statutory or judicial office holder to whom salary is payable under a
                           determination made by the Remuneration Tribunal.

         Medical Officer   Means a member who is a registered medical practitioner under the
                           law of a State or Territory and who meets either of the following
                           conditions:

                           (a)     the member is serving in a health branch of the ADF; or

                           (b)     the member is serving in another position approved by the
                                   CDF for career management purposes for a period of less
                                   than 3 years.

                                   In considering whether to approve such a position the CDF will
                                   have regard to:

                                   (i)     the duties the officer will perform in the position; and

                                   (ii)    the relevance of the duties to the officer’s
                                           responsibilities as a Medical Officer; and

                                   (iii)   the career progression of the officer within the medical
                                           or health stream.




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Persons who can make the decisions under clause B.3.2 on behalf of the CDF:
definition of: approved category                          Assistant Director Entitlements
                                                          Director Entitlements

definitions of: dental officer and medical officer                Director Naval Officers' Postings
                                                                  Director Officer Career Management – Army
                                                                  Director Personnel – Air Force
                                                                  Director General Navy Personnel and Training
                                                                  Director General Personnel – Army
                                                                  Director General Personnel – Air Force


B.3.3 Rate of salary for specialist officer
      1.        The following table sets out the salary payable to a specialist officer covered by this
                Division.


  Item       If the member          in the...                                        then the member is to be paid
             is ...                                                                  salary…

     1.      a chaplain             specialist career structure on a fixed           under Schedule B.5 according to
                                    tenure or fixed period appointment               the officer’s Force, rank and
                                                                                     competency level.

                                                                                     See: Schedule B.5, Specialist
                                                                                     officer – Chaplain

     2.      a dental officer       specialist career structure on a fixed           under Schedule B.6 Part 1 or 3
                                    tenure or fixed period appointment               according to the officer’s Force,
                                                                                     rank and competency level.

                                                                                     See: Schedule B.6, Specialist
                                                                                     officer – Dental Officer

                                    Permanent Force but is not on the                under Schedule B.6 Part 2
                                    specialist career structure as the               according to the officer’s rank and
                                    member did not accept a fixed tenure             competency level.
                                    appointment before 31 October 2003

     3.      a legal officer        specialist career structure on a fixed           under Schedule B.7 according to
                                    tenure or fixed period appointment               the officer’s Force, rank and
                                                                                     competency level.

                                                                                     See: Schedule B.7, Specialist
                                                                                     officer – Legal Officer

     4.      a medical              specialist career structure on a fixed           under Schedule B.8 Part 1 or 3
             officer                tenure or fixed period appointment               according to the officer’s Force,
                                                                                     rank and competency level.

                                                                                     See: Schedule B.8, Specialist
                                                                                     officer – Medical Officer

                                    not on the specialist career structure as        under Schedule B.8 Part 2 or 4
                                    the member did not accept a fixed                according to the officer’s Force,
                                    tenure appointment before 12 August              rank and competency level.
                                    2003


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 Item    If the member         in the...                                  then the member is to be paid
         is ...                                                           salary…

   5.    an officer            performing a year of compulsory            at the competency level “resident”
                               medical residency in the specialist        under Schedule B.8 Part 1 or 3
                               career structure on a fixed tenure or      according to the officer’s Force.
                               fixed period appointment

                               performing a year of compulsory            at the competency level “resident”
                               medical residency but not in the           under Schedule B.8 Part 2 or 4
                               specialist career structure as the         according to the officer’s Force.
                               member did not accept a fixed tenure
                               appointment before 12 August 2003

   6.    an aviation           aviation specialist stream                 under Schedule B.14 for the
         specialist                                                       officer’s Force and experience
                                                                          level.

                                                                          See: Schedule B.14, Specialist
                                                                          Officer – Aviation

    2.     Officers not described in the table in subclause 1 may be paid under Division B.2.



B.3.4 Rate of salary for aviation specialist – conditions
    1.     On the day that a member first becomes an aviation specialist, salary is payable at the
           following rate:

           (a)    For a member at the rank of Major (04) or Captain (03) — the rate in Schedule B.14
                  equal to or next above the rate of salary payable to the member immediately before
                  that day; or

           (b)    For a member at the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel (05) or a higher rank — the rate in
                  Schedule B.14 that is equal to or next above the amount that is the difference
                  between:

                      (i)    the rate of salary that was payable to the member immediately before that day
                             and the relevant of either:

                      (ii)   if the member is in the Permanent Force — the annual rate of Service
                             Allowance, (as determined from time to time under DFRT Determination No. 11
                             of 1994, Service Allowance); or

                  (iii)      if the member is in the Reserve Force — the daily rate of Reserve Allowance
                             (as determined from time to time under DFRT Determination No. 22 of 2008,
                             Service Allowance).

    2.     On the day after the member completes 12 months of continuous full-time service in an
           experience level, the member’s salary rate increases to the next experience level in
           Schedule B.14.

           See: Schedule B.14, Specialist Officer – Aviation

    3.     On exit from the aviation specialist stream, a member is taken to return to their previous
           Schedule B.2 ‘Legacy’ employment category and pay grade, unless the member is placed in
           an employment category with a competency-based progression structure.

           See: Schedule B.2, Officer pay grades



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DETERMINATION NO 15 of 2008 – CLAUSE NOTES

 Clause   Amendments

B.1.2     Substituted by: DFRT No. 23 of 2008.

B.2.4     Amended by: DFRT No. 25 of 2008.

B.3.1     Amended by: DFRT No. 23 of 2008. Substituted by: DFRT No. 5 of 2009.

B.3.2     Amended by: DFRT No. 5 of 2009.

B.3.3     Amended by: DFRT No. 5 of 2009.

B.3.4     Inserted by: DFRT No. 5 of 2009.

B.4.3     Amended by: DFRT No. 25 of 2008; 2 of 2009 (through 25 of 2008).

B.5.2     Amended by: DFRT No. 25 of 2008; 2 of 2009 (through 25 of 2008).

B.5.3     Amended by: DFRT No. 25 of 2008.

Schedule B.1
          Substituted by: DFRT Nos. 23 and 29 of 2008.

Schedule B.2
 Part 1   Substituted by: DFRT No. 4 of 2009.

 Part 2   Amended by: DFRT No. 21 of 2008. Substituted by: DFRT No. 4 of 2009.

 Part 3   Amended by: DFRT No. 21 of 2008. Substituted by: DFRT No. 4 of 2009.

 Part 4   Substituted by: DFRT No. 4 of 2009.

Schedule B.3
          Substituted by: DFRT No. 29 of 2008.

Schedule B.4
          Substituted by: DFRT No. 29 of 2008.

Schedule B.5
          Substituted by: DFRT No. 29 of 2008.

Schedule B.6
          Substituted by: DFRT Nos. 23 and 29 of 2008.

Schedule B.7
          Substituted by: DFRT Nos. 23 and 29 of 2008.

Schedule B.8
          Substituted by: DFRT Nos. 23 and 29 of 2008.

Schedule B.9
 Part 1   Substituted by: DFRT No. 25 of 2008. Amended by: DFRT Nos. 3 and 8 of 2009.

 Part 2   Amended by: DFRT No. 21 of 2008. Substituted by: DFRT No. 25 of 2008. Amended by:
          DFRT No. 2 of 2009 (through 25 of 2008) and Nos. 3 and 8 of 2009.

 Part 3   Substituted by: DFRT No. 25 of 2008.




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 Clause   Amendments

Schedule B.10
          Substituted by: DFRT Nos. 25 and 29 of 2008.

Schedule B.11
 Part 1   Amended by: DFRT No. 21 of 2008. Substituted by: DFRT No. 25 of 2008. Amended by:
          DFRT No. 3 of 2009.

 Part 2   Amended by: DFRT No. 21 of 2008. Substituted by: DFRT No. 25 of 2008. Amended by:
          DFRT No. 2 of 2009 (through 25 of 2008) and Nos. 3 and 8 of 2009.

 Part 3   Substituted by: DFRT No. 25 of 2008. Amended by: DFRT No. 3 of 2009.

Schedule B.12
          Substituted by: DFRT Nos. 25 and 29 of 2008.

Schedule B.13
          Substituted by: DFRT Nos. 27 and 29 of 2008; No. 8 of 2009.

Schedule B.14
          Inserted by: DFRT No. 5 of 2009.




FOOTNOTE – 15 of 2008
   1.     DFRT Determination 15 of 2008 has been amended by DFRT Determination Nos. 2008/21,
          23, 25, 27 and 29; DFRT Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5 and 8 of 2009.




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Schedule B.2: Officer pay grades

[from DFRT Determination No 15 of 2008]

See: Chapter 3 Part 1 Part B Division 2, Salary (Officers)
See also: Schedule B.2:
Part 2: Navy
Part 3: Army
Part 4: Air Force
  Notes:

    1.      In this Schedule, "Employment Category" includes a mustering, professional qualification or
            specialisation.

    2.      This Schedule contains descriptions of employment categories, classification and
            experience, qualification or skill held at officer level. Although similar or identical terms are
            used, descriptions for officers have no relationship to other rank descriptions. Those
            descriptions may refer to different meanings, although the words are the same.

    3.      'Legacy':

            a.        in relation to air traffic control officers, means those offered employment as an Air
                      Traffic Controller, under training as an Air Traffic Controller or officers paid under the
                      air traffic controller competency system existing prior to 1 October 2009.

            b.        in relation to officer aircrew categories, means those offered employment within an
                      officer aircrew category, under training as a member of an officer aircrew category, or
                      for whom any of the descriptors listed in items 1-7 of the notes table are included in
                      Column 3 of any Part of this Schedule prior to 1 October 2009.

    4.      In this Schedule, categories that require a member to hold specific experience, qualification
            or skill may include one or a combination of the following descriptions in the employment
            category or classification title:



 Item      This descriptor...             means...

    1.     Fly 0                          No liability to fly.

    2.     Fly 0-2                        A member with flying experience of less than 2 years.

    3.     Fly 2-4                        A member with flying experience of 2 years up to 4 years.

    4.     Fly 4-6                        A member with flying experience of 4 years up to 6 years.

    5.     Fly 6-8                        A member with flying experience of 6 years up to 8 years.

    6.     Fly 8-10                       A member with flying experience of 8 years up to 10 years.

    7.     Fly 10+                        A member with flying experience of 10 or more years.

    8.     SM                             A qualified submariner other than

                                          (a)      A member who has the rank of Rear Admiral in the Navy,
                                                   or a higher rank.

                                          (b)      A member who is a Medical or Dental Officer with the
                                                   rank of Commander in the Navy, or a higher rank.


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Part 1: All Services


Pay grade 4

Column 1      Column 2                                    Column 3
Item          Employment Category                         Classification

    1.        Commando Reinforcement                      -




Pay grade 6

Column 1      Column 2                                    Column 3
Item          Employment Category                         Classification

    1.        Qualified Commando                          -

    2.        SAS Reinforcement                           -




Pay grade 8

Column 1      Column 2                                    Column 3
Item          Employment Category                         Classification

    1.        Qualified SAS                               -




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[from DFRT Determination No 15 of 2008]

See: Chapter 3 Part 1 Part B Division 2, Salary (Officers)
See also: Schedule B.2:
Part 1: All services
Part 3: Army
Part 4: Air Force

Part 2: Navy

  Note:     In this Part, categories that require a member to hold specific experience, qualification or
            skill may include one or a combination of the following descriptions in the employment
            category or classification title. The descriptions in Parts 1, 3 or 4 may also be used.



   Item     This descriptor...          means...

     1.     ADQUAL                      1. Either a Principle Warfare Officer or a Force Warfare Officer,
                                        with any of the following additional qualifications:
                                        a.   Above Water Warfare.
                                        b.   Aircraft Direction.
                                        c.   Anti Submarine Warfare.
                                        d.   Communications.
                                        e.   Gunnery.
                                        f.   Mine Warfare.
                                        g.   Navigation.
                                        h.   Surface Warfare.
                                        i.   Submariner.
                                        2. Either Pilot or Observer with any of the following additional
                                        Qualifications:
                                        a.   Aero-Systems Qualified.
                                        b.   Aviation Warfare Officer.
                                        c.   Helicopter Warfare Instructor.
                                        d.   Qualified Flying Instructor.
                                        e.   Qualified Helicopter Instructor.
                                        f.   Qualified Observer Instructor.
                                        g.   Test Pilot.

     2.     TAG                         A qualified member of a Tactical Assault Group.

     3.     Under Training              Under training for a primary qualification.

                                        Note: This description does not include a trainee paid under
                                        Schedule B.13 of this Determination.

     4.     Former Warrant Officer      A member to whom clause B.2.4 applies, who held an
            (Commissioned)              employment category under either Schedule B.10 or Schedule
                                        B.12 prior to appointment.

                                        Exception: This descriptor does not apply to a member in the
                                        Navy Aircrew employment category at pay grade 6.




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  Item   This descriptor...    means...

   5.    Seaman Specialist     A Seaman Officer who was awarded any of the following
                               additional qualifications before 1 July 2004:
                               a.   Navigation.
                               b.   Communications.
                               c.   Mine Warfare.
                               d.   Gunnery

   6.    Basic                 a.   For an Observer — Observer Rotary Course qualified.

                               b.   For a Pilot — Pilot Rotary Course qualified.

   7.    Intermediate          For Observer – Observer Rotary Course qualified plus further two
                               years flying experience

                               For Pilot – Pilot Rotary Course qualified plus further two years
                               flying experience

   8.    Highly Proficient     a.   For an Observer – Observer Rotary Course qualified plus
                                    further five years flying experience.

                               b.   For a Pilot – Pilot Rotary Course qualified plus further five
                                    years flying experience.




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Pay grade 2

Column 1      Column 2                                       Column 3
Item          Employment Category                            Classification

    1.        Administration                                 Primary Qualification

    2.        Bandmaster                                     Under Training

    3.        Former Warrant Officer (Commissioned)          Appointment

    4.        Instructor                                     Primary Qualification

    5.        Intelligence                                   Under Training

    6.        Intelligence                                   Primary Qualification

    7.        Maritime Trade Operations                      Under Training

    8.        Medical Administrator                          Under Training

    9.        Medical Administrator                          Primary Qualification

   10.        Naval Police Coxswain Officer                  Under Training

   11.        Naval Police Coxswain Officer                  Primary Qualification

   12.        Nurse                                          Under Training

   13.        Observer Competency Progression                Under Training

   14.        Observer Competency Progression                Wings Under Training

   15.        Observer Time Progression                      Under Training

   16.        Pilot Competency Progression                   Under Training

   17.        Pilot Competency Progression                   Wings Under Training

   18.        Pilot Time Progression                         Under Training

   19.        Public Relations                               Under Training

   20.        Public Relations                               Primary Qualification

   21.        Seaman                                         Under Training

   22.        Supply                                         Under Training




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Pay grade 3

Column 1      Column 2                                       Column 3
Item          Employment Category                            Classification

    1.        Aeronautical Engineering                       Under Training

    2.        Bandmaster                                     Primary Qualification

    3.        Marine Engineering                             Under Training

    4.        Maritime Trade Operations                      Primary Qualification

    5.        Nurse                                          Primary Qualification

    6.        Observer Competency Progression                Basic

    7.        Observer Competency Progression                Basic Under Training

    8.        Observer Time Progression                      Fly 0-2

    9.        Observer Time Progression                      Fly 0-2 Under Training

   10.        Pilot Competency Progression                   Basic

   11.        Pilot Competency Progression                   Basic Under Training

   12.        Pilot Time Progression                         Fly 0-2

   13.        Pilot Time Progression                         Fly 0-2 Under Training

   14.        Psychologist                                   Under Training

   15.        Psychologist                                   Primary Qualification

   16.        Supply                                         Primary Qualification

   17.        Training Systems                               Under Training

   18.        Training Systems                               Primary Qualification

   19.        Weapon Electrical Aircraft Engineering         Under Training

   20.        Weapon Electrical Engineering                  Under Training




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Pay grade 4

Column 1      Column 2                                       Column 3
Item          Employment Category                            Classification

    1.        Bandmaster                                     Officer In Charge

    2.        Maritime Trade Operations                      Level 2B

    3.        Medical Administration                         Specialist

    4.        Naval Police Coxswain Officer                  Director of Policing and Security - Navy

    5.        Observer Competency Progression                Intermediate

    6.        Observer Competency Progression                Intermediate Under Training

    7.        Observer Time Progression                      Fly 2-4

    8.        Observer Time Progression                      Fly 2-4 Under Training

    9.        Pilot Competency Progression                   Intermediate

   10.        Pilot Competency Progression                   Intermediate Under Training

   11.        Pilot Time Progression                         Fly 2-4

   12.        Pilot Time Progression                         Fly 2-4 Under Training

   13.        Seaman                                         Primary Qualification

   14.        Training Systems                               Charge Qualified




Pay grade 5

Column 1      Column 2                                       Column 3
Item          Employment Category                            Classification

    1.        Aeronautical Engineering                       Primary Qualification

    2.        Instructor Maritime Geospatial Officer         Qualified
              Meteorology

    3.        Marine Engineering                             Primary Qualification

    4.        Maritime Geospatial Officer Hydrographer       Qualified

    5.        Maritime Geospatial Officer Meteorology        Qualified

    6.        Mine Warfare Clearance Diver Officer           Qualified

    7.        Non-Seaman PQ                                  Commanding Officer Royal Australian
                                                             Navy Tactical Electronic Warfare Support
                                                             Section


PACMAN                                 AL12 (October 2009)                Chapter 3 – Schedule B.2 Part 2 – 5
                                                                                  ADF Pay and Conditions




Pay grade 5 cont'd

Column 1   Column 2                                       Column 3
Item       Employment Category                            Classification

    8.     Nurse                                          Specialist

    9.     Observer Competency Progression                Highly Proficient

   10.     Observer Competency Progression                Highly Proficient Under Training

   11.     Observer Time Progression                      Fly 4-6

   12.     Observer Time Progression                      Fly 4-6 Under Training

   13.     Observer Time Progression ADQUAL               Fly 4-6

   14.     Pilot Competency Progression                   Highly Proficient

   15.     Pilot Competency Progression                   Highly Proficient Under Training

   16.     Pilot Time Progression                         Fly 4-6

   17.     Pilot Time Progression                         Fly 4-6 Under Training

   18.     Pilot Time Progression ADQUAL                  Fly 4-6

   19.     Principal Warfare Officer                      Qualified

   20.     Principal Warfare Officer ADQUAL               Qualified after 1 August 2005

   21.     Psychologist                                   Specialist

   22.     Seaman                                         Minor War Vessel Command

   23.     Seaman Specialist                              Qualified before 1 July 2004

   24.     Supply                                         Charge Qualified

   25.     Supply                                         Qualified non Supply Charge Board
                                                          before 1 January 1998

   26.     Training Systems Maritime Geospatial Officer   Qualified
           Meteorology

   27.     Weapons Electrical Engineering                 Primary Qualification

   28.     Weapons Electrical Aircraft Engineering        Primary Qualification




PACMAN                              AL12 (October 2009)                Chapter 3 – Schedule B.2 Part 2 – 6
                                                                                    ADF Pay and Conditions




Pay grade 6

Column 1      Column 2                                       Column 3
Item          Employment Category                            Classification

    1.        Aeronautical Engineering                       Charge Qualified

    2.        Aircrew                                        Appointment

    3.        Bandmaster                                     Director of Music

    4.        Force Warfare Officer ADQUAL                   Qualified

    5.        Instructor Maritime Geospatial Officer         Masters of Science and Oceanography
              Meteorology – Advanced                         Qualified

    6.        Marine Engineer                                Charge Qualified

    7.        Marine Engineering SM                          Qualified

    8.        Maritime Geospatial Officer Hydrographer –     Hydrographic Officers Long Course or
              H1                                             Masters Degree in Hydrographic Science
                                                             Qualified

    9.        Maritime Geospatial Officer Meteorology –      Masters of Science and Oceanography
              Advanced                                       Qualified

   10.        Medical Administrator                          Officer In Charge

   11.        Mine Warfare Clearance Diver Officer           Qualified

   12.        Mine Warfare Clearance Diver Officer TAG       Qualified

   13.        Mine Warfare Clearance Diving Officer Force    Qualified
              Warfare Officer

   14.        Naval Police Coxswain Officer                  Commanding Officer Defence Police
                                                             Training Centre

   15.        Nurse                                          Officer In Charge

   16.        Observer Competency Progression ADQUAL         Qualified

   17.        Pilot Competency Progression ADQUAL            Qualified

   18.        Principal Warfare Officer ADQUAL               Qualified before 1 August 2005

   19.        Seaman SM                                      Qualified

   20.        Training Systems                               Officer In Charge Naval Personnel and
                                                             Training Centre

   21.        Training Systems Maritime Geospatial Officer   Masters of Science and Oceanography
              Meteorology – Advanced                         Qualified




PACMAN                                AL12 (October 2009)                Chapter 3 – Schedule B.2 Part 2 – 7
                                                                                   ADF Pay and Conditions




Pay grade 6 cont'd

Column 1      Column 2                                      Column 3
Item          Employment Category                           Classification

   22.        Weapons Electrical Engineering SM             Qualified

   23.        Weapons Electrical Aircraft Engineering       Charge Qualified

   24.        Weapons Electrical Engineer                   Charge Qualified




Pay grade 7

Column 1      Column 2                                      Column 3
Item          Employment Category                           Classification

    1.        Aeronautical Engineering                      Head of Department

    2.        Force Warfare Officer ADQUAL                  Executive Officer Major Fleet Unit

    3.        Force Warfare Officer ADQUAL                  Minor War Vessel Command

    4.        Instructor Maritime Geospatial Officer        Director of Meteorology
              Meteorology

    5.        Marine Engineering                            Marine Engineering Officer Major Fleet
                                                            Unit

    6.        Marine Engineering SM                         Charge Qualified

    7.        Maritime Geospatial Officer Hydrographer      Executive Officer Major Fleet Unit

    8.        Maritime Geospatial Officer Hydrographer      Minor War Vessel Command

    9.        Maritime Geospatial Officer Meteorology       Executive Officer Major Fleet Unit

   10.        Maritime Geospatial Officer Meteorology       Minor War Vessel Command

   11.        Maritime Geospatial Officer Meteorology       Director of Meteorology

   12.        Mine Warfare Clearance Diver Officer          Executive Officer Major Fleet Unit

   13.        Mine Warfare Clearance Diver Officer          Minor War Vessel Command

   14.        Mine Warfare Clearance Diver Officer          Clearance Diving Team Command

   15.        Observer Competency Progression ADQUAL        Executive Officer Squadron

   16.        Observer Competency Progression ADQUAL        Ship’s Flight Commander

   17.        Observer Competency Progression               Executive Officer Squadron




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                                                                                 ADF Pay and Conditions




Pay grade 7 cont'd

Column 1   Column 2                                       Column 3
Item       Employment Category                            Classification

   18.     Observer Competency Progression                Ship’s Flight Commander

   19.     Observer Time Progression                      Fly 6-8

   20.     Observer Time Progression                      Fly 6-8 Under Training

   21.     Observer Time Progression ADQUAL               Fly 6-8

   22.     Pilot Competency Progression ADQUAL            Executive Officer Squadron

   23.     Pilot Competency Progression ADQUAL            Ship’s Flight Commander

   24.     Pilot Competency Progression                   Executive Officer Squadron

   25.     Pilot Competency Progression                   Ship’s Flight Commander

   26.     Pilot Time Progression                         Fly 6-8

   27.     Pilot Time Progression                         Fly 6-8 Under Training

   28.     Pilot Time Progression ADQUAL                  Fly 6-8

   29.     Principal Warfare Officer                      Executive Officer Major Fleet Unit

   30.     Principal Warfare Officer                      Minor War Vessel Command

   31.     Principal Warfare Officer ADQUAL               Executive Officer Major Fleet Unit

   32.     Principal Warfare Officer ADQUAL               Minor War Vessel Command

   33.     Seaman                                         Executive Officer Major Fleet Unit

   34.     Seaman SM                                      Executive Officer Major Fleet Unit

   35.     Seaman SM                                      Executive Officer SM

   36.     Seaman SM                                      Minor War Vessel Command

   37.     Seaman SM                                      Watch Leader

   38.     Seaman Specialist                              Executive Officer Major Fleet Unit

   39.     Seaman Specialist                              Minor War Vessel Command

   40.     Supply                                         Supply Officer Major Fleet Unit

   41.     Training Systems Maritime Geospatial Officer   Director of Meteorology
           Meteorology




PACMAN                              AL12 (October 2009)              Chapter 3 – Schedule B.2 Part 2 – 9
                                                                                  ADF Pay and Conditions




Pay grade 7 cont'd

Column 1      Column 2                                      Column 3
Item          Employment Category                           Classification

   42.        Weapons Electrical Engineering                Weapon Electrical Engineering Officer
                                                            Major Fleet Unit

   43.        Weapons Electrical Engineering SM             Charge Qualified

   44.        Weapons Electrical Aircraft Engineering       Head of Department




Pay grade 8

Column 1      Column 2                                      Column 3
Item          Employment Category                           Classification

    1.        Administration                                Shore Command

    2.        Aeronautical Engineering                      Shore Command

    3.        Aeronautical Engineering                      Level 2

    4.        Aircrew                                       Shore Command

    5.        Bandmaster                                    Shore Command

    6.        Force Warfare Officer ADQUAL                  Shore Command

    7.        Former Warrant Officer (Commissioned)         Shore Command

    8.        Instructor                                    Shore Command

    9.        Instructor Maritime Geospatial Officer        Shore Command
              Meteorology

   10.        Intelligence                                  Shore Command

   11.        Marine Engineer                               Shore Command

   12.        Marine Engineering                            Level 2

   13.        Marine Engineering SM                         Level 2

   14.        Marine Engineering SM                         Marine Engineering Officer SM

   15.        Marine Engineering SM                         Shore Command

   16.        Maritime Geospatial Officer Hydrographer      Shore Command

   17.        Maritime Geospatial Officer Hydrographer H1   Shore Command

   18.        Maritime Geospatial Officer Meteorology       Shore Command



PACMAN                                AL12 (October 2009)             Chapter 3 – Schedule B.2 Part 2 – 10
                                                                                ADF Pay and Conditions




Pay grade 8 cont'd

Column 1   Column 2                                       Column 3
Item       Employment Category                            Classification

   19.     Maritime Geospatial Officer Meteorology        Shore Command
           Advanced

   20.     Maritime Trade Operations                      Shore Command

   21.     Medical Administrator                          Shore Command

   22.     Mine Warfare Clearance Diver Officer           Shore Command

   23.     Naval Police Coxswain Officer                  Shore Command

   24.     Nurse                                          Shore Command

   25.     Observer Competency Progression                Shore Command

   26.     Observer Time Progression                      Shore Command

   27.     Observer Time Progression ADQUAL               Shore Command

   28.     Pilot Competency Progression                   Shore Command

   29.     Pilot Competency Progression ADQUAL            Shore Command

   30.     Pilot Time Progression                         Shore Command

   31.     Pilot Time Progression ADQUAL                  Shore Command

   32.     Principal Warfare Officer                      Shore Command

   33.     Principal Warfare Officer ADQUAL               Shore Command

   34.     Psychologist                                   Shore Command

   35.     Public Relations                               Shore Command

   36.     Seaman                                         Shore Command

   37.     Seaman SM                                      Shore Command

   38.     Seaman Specialist                              Shore Command

   39.     Supply                                         Shore Command

   40.     Training Systems                               Shore Command

   41.     Training Systems Maritime Geospatial Officer   Shore Command
           Meteorology

   42.     Weapons Electrical Aircraft Engineering        Level 2




PACMAN                              AL12 (October 2009)             Chapter 3 – Schedule B.2 Part 2 – 11
                                                                                    ADF Pay and Conditions




Pay grade 8 cont'd

Column 1      Column 2                                       Column 3
Item          Employment Category                            Classification

   43.        Weapons Electrical Aircraft Engineering        Shore Command

   44.        Weapons Electrical Engineering                 Level 2

   45.        Weapons Electrical Engineering SM              Level 2

   46.        Weapons Electrical Engineering SM              Shore Command

   47.        Weapons Electrical Engineering SM              Weapons Electrical Engineering Officer
                                                             SM

   48.        Weapons Electrical Engineer                    Shore Command




Pay grade 9

Column 1      Column 2                                       Column 3
Item          Employment Category                            Classification

    1.        Force Warfare Officer ADQUAL                   Major Fleet Unit Command

    2.        Maritime Geospatial Officer Hydrographer       Major Fleet Unit Command

    3.        Maritime Geospatial Officer Meteorology        Major Fleet Unit Command

    4.        Mine Warfare Clearance Diver Officer           Major Fleet Unit Command

    5.        Mine Warfare Clearance Diver Officer TAG       Major Fleet Unit Command

    6.        Observer Competency Progression                Squadron Command
              ADQUAL

    7.        Observer Competency Progression                Squadron Command

    8.        Observer Time Progression                      Fly 8-10

    9.        Observer Time Progression                      Fly 8-10 Under Training

   10.        Observer Time Progression ADQUAL               Fly 8-10

   11.        Pilot Competency Progression                   Squadron Command

   12.        Pilot Competency Progression ADQUAL            Squadron Command

   13.        Pilot Time Progression                         Fly 8-10

   14.        Pilot Time Progression                         Fly 8-10 Under Training

   15.        Pilot Time Progression ADQUAL                  Fly 8-10




PACMAN                                 AL12 (October 2009)              Chapter 3 – Schedule B.2 Part 2 – 12
                                                                                     ADF Pay and Conditions




Pay grade 9 cont'd

Column 1       Column 2                                       Column 3
Item           Employment Category                            Classification

   16.         Principal Warfare Officer                      Major Fleet Unit Command

   17.         Principal Warfare Officer ADQUAL               Major Fleet Unit Command

   18.         Seaman                                         Major Fleet Unit Command

   19.         Seaman Specialist                              Major Fleet Unit Command

   20.         Seaman SM                                      Major Fleet Unit Command

   21.         Seaman SM                                      SM Command




Pay grade 10

Column 1       Column 2                                       Column 3
Item           Employment Category                            Classification

    1.         Observer Time Progression                      Fly 10 +

    2.         Observer Time Progression ADQUAL               Fly 10 +

    3.         Pilot Time Progression                         Fly 10 +

    4.         Pilot Time Progression ADQUAL                  Fly 10 +




PACMAN                                  AL12 (October 2009)              Chapter 3 – Schedule B.2 Part 2 – 13
                                           ADF Pay and Conditions




PACMAN   AL12 (October 2009)   Chapter 3 – Schedule B.2 Part 2 – 14
                                                                                     ADF Pay and Conditions




[from DFRT Determination No 15 of 2008]

See: Chapter 3 Part 1 Part B Division 2, Salary (Officers)
See also: Schedule B.2:
Part 1: All services
Part 2: Navy
Part 4: Air Force

Part 3: Army

  Note:     In this Part, categories that require a member to hold specific experience, qualification or
            skill may include one or a combination of the following descriptions in the employment
            category or classification title. Descriptions used in Parts 1, 2 or 4 may also be used.



   Item     This descriptor...          means...

     1.     Competency Level 2          Graduation from Army Helicopter School.

     2.     Competency Level 3          Attainment of Army Aviator Basic Qualification.

     3.     Competency Level 4          Attainment of Army Aviator Intermediate Qualification.

     4.     Competency Level 5          Attainment of Army Aviator Highly Proficient Qualification.

     5.     Competency Level 6          Attainment of Army Aviator Advanced Qualification.

     6.     Aviation Specialist         A member of the Army Aviation Pilot category selected to
            Stream                      become a streamed aviator as a result of high skill sets that are
                                        deemed enhanced capability.




PACMAN                                 AL12 (October 2009)                Chapter 3 – Schedule B.2 Part 3 – 1
                                                                                    ADF Pay and Conditions




Pay grade 2

Column 1      Column 2                                         Column 3
Item          Employment Category                              Classification

    1.        Air Defence Officer                              General Service Officer Grade 2

    2.        Armoured Officer                                 General Service Officer Grade 2

    3.        Aviation Officer                                 General Service Officer Grade 2

    4.        Band Officer                                     General Service Officer Grade 2

    5.        Catering Officer                                 General Service Officer Grade 2

    6.        Dental Officer (Non Dentist)                     General Service Officer Grade 2

    7.        Education Officer                                General Service Officer Grade 2

    8.        Environmental Officer                            General Service Officer Grade 2

    9.        Field Artillery Officer                          General Service Officer Grade 2

   10.        Infantry Officer                                 General Service Officer Grade 2

   11.        Intelligence Officer                             General Service Officer Grade 2

   12.        Local Observer                                   General Service Officer Grade 2

   13.        Medical Officer (Non doctor)                     General Service Officer Grade 2

   14.        Military Police Officer                          General Service Officer Grade 2

   15.        Miscellaneous Medical Officer                    General Service Officer Grade 2

   16.        Nursing Officer                                  General Service Officer Grade 2

   17.        Ordnance Officer                                 General Service Officer Grade 2

   18.        Pay Officer                                      General Service Officer Grade 2

   19.        Pharmaceutical Officer                           General Service Officer Grade 2

   20.        Pilot – Competency Progression                   Competency Level 2

   21.        Psychology Officer                               General Service Officer Grade 2

   22.        Public Relations Officer                         General Service Officer Grade 2

   23.        Radiographer Officer                             General Service Officer Grade 2

   24.        Scientific Officer                               General Service Officer Grade 2

   25.        Therapeutical Officer                            General Service Officer Grade 2

   26.        Transport Officer                                General Service Officer Grade 2


PACMAN                                   AL12 (October 2009)             Chapter 3 – Schedule B.2 Part 3 – 2
                                                                                   ADF Pay and Conditions




Pay grade 3

Column 1      Column 2                                        Column 3
Item          Employment Category                             Classification

    1.        Air Defence Officer                             General Service Officer Grade 3

    2.        Armoured Officer                                General Service Officer Grade 3

    3.        Aviation Officer                                General Service Officer Grade 3

    4.        Band Officer                                    General Service Officer Grade 3

    5.        Catering Officer                                General Service Officer Grade 3

    6.        Dental Officer (Non Dentist)                    General Service Officer Grade 3

    7.        Education Officer                               General Service Officer Grade 3

    8.        Electrical and Mechanical Engineering           Engineering Officer Grade 3
              Aviation Officer

    9.        Electrical and Mechanical Engineering           Engineering Officer Grade 3
              Officer

   10.        Engineer Officer                                Engineering Officer Grade 3

   11.        Environmental Officer                           General Service Officer Grade 3

   12.        Field Artillery Officer                         General Service Officer Grade 3

   13.        Infantry Officer                                General Service Officer Grade 3

   14.        Intelligence Officer                            General Service Officer Grade 3

   15.        Medical Officer (Non doctor)                    General Service Officer Grade 3

   16.        Military Police Officer                         General Service Officer Grade 3

   17.        Miscellaneous Medical Officer                   General Service Officer Grade 3

   18.        Nursing Officer                                 General Service Officer Grade 3

   19.        Ordnance Officer                                General Service Officer Grade 3

   20.        Pay Officer                                     General Service Officer Grade 3

   21.        Pharmaceutical Officer                          General Service Officer Grade 3

   22.        Pilot – Competency Progression                  Competency Level 3

   23.        Pilot – Time Based Progression                  Fly 0-2

   24.        Psychology Officer                              General Service Officer Grade 3




PACMAN                                  AL12 (October 2009)             Chapter 3 – Schedule B.2 Part 3 – 3
                                                                                    ADF Pay and Conditions




Pay grade 3 cont'd

Column 1      Column 2                                         Column 3
Item          Employment Category                              Classification

   25.        Public Relations Officer                         General Service Officer Grade 3

   26.        Radiographer Officer                             General Service Officer Grade 3

   27.        Scientific Officer                               General Service Officer Grade 3

   28.        Signals Officer                                  Engineering Officer Grade 3

   29.        Therapeutical Officer                            General Service Officer Grade 3

   30.        Transport Officer                                General Service Officer Grade 3




Pay grade 4

Column 1      Column 2                                         Column 3
Item          Employment Category                              Classification

    1.        Air Defence Officer                              General Service Officer Grade 4

    2.        Armoured Officer                                 General Service Officer Grade 4

    3.        Aviation Officer                                 General Service Officer Grade 4

    4.        Band Officer                                     General Service Officer Grade 4

    5.        Catering Officer                                 General Service Officer Grade 4

    6.        Dental Officer (Non Dentist)                     General Service Officer Grade 4

    7.        Education Officer                                General Service Officer Grade 4

    8.        Electrical and Mechanical Engineering            Engineering Officer Grade 4
              Aviation Officer

    9.        Electrical and Mechanical Engineering            Engineering Officer Grade 4
              Officer

   10.        Engineer Officer                                 Engineering Officer Grade 4

   11.        Environmental Officer                            General Service Officer Grade 4

   12.        Field Artillery Officer                          General Service Officer Grade 4

   13.        Infantry Officer                                 General Service Officer Grade 4

   14.        Intelligence Officer                             General Service Officer Grade 4




PACMAN                                   AL12 (October 2009)             Chapter 3 – Schedule B.2 Part 3 – 4
                                                                                 ADF Pay and Conditions




Pay grade 4 cont'd

Column 1   Column 2                                         Column 3
Item       Employment Category                              Classification

   15.     Medical Officer (Non doctor)                     General Service Officer Grade 4

   16.     Military Police Officer                          General Service Officer Grade 4

   17.     Miscellaneous Medical Officer                    General Service Officer Grade 4

   18.     Nursing Officer                                  General Service Officer Grade 4

   19.     Ordnance Officer                                 General Service Officer Grade 4

   20.     Pay Officer                                      General Service Officer Grade 4

   21.     Pharmaceutical Officer                           General Service Officer Grade 4

   22.     Pilot – Competency Progression                   Competency Level 4

   23.     Pilot – Time Based Progression                   Fly 2-4

   24.     Psychology Officer                               General Service Officer Grade 4

   25.     Public Relations Officer                         General Service Officer Grade 4

   26.     Radiographer Officer                             General Service Officer Grade 4

   27.     Scientific Officer                               General Service Officer Grade 4

   28.     Signals Officer                                  Engineering Officer Grade 4

   29.     Therapeutical Officer                            General Service Officer Grade 4

   30.     Transport Officer                                General Service Officer Grade 4




PACMAN                                AL12 (October 2009)             Chapter 3 – Schedule B.2 Part 3 – 5
                                                                                    ADF Pay and Conditions




Pay grade 5

Column 1      Column 2                                         Column 3
Item          Employment Category                              Classification

    1.        Air Defence Officer                              General Service Officer Grade 5

    2.        Armoured Officer                                 General Service Officer Grade 5

    3.        Aviation Officer                                 General Service Officer Grade 5

    4.        Band Officer                                     General Service Officer Grade 5

    5.        Catering Officer                                 General Service Officer Grade 5

    6.        Dental Officer (Non Dentist)                     General Service Officer Grade 5

    7.        Education Officer                                General Service Officer Grade 5

    8.        Electrical Mechanical Engineering Aviation       Engineering Officer Grade 5
              Officer

    9.        Electrical Mechanical Engineering Officer        Engineering Officer Grade 5

   10.        Engineer Officer                                 Engineering Officer Grade 5

   11.        Environmental Officer                            General Service Officer Grade 5

   12.        Field Artillery Officer                          General Service Officer Grade 5

   13.        Infantry Officer                                 General Service Officer Grade 5

   14.        Intelligence Officer                             General Service Officer Grade 5

   15.        Medical Officer (Non doctor)                     General Service Officer Grade 5

   16.        Military Police Officer                          General Service Officer Grade 5

   17.        Miscellaneous Medical Officer                    General Service Officer Grade 5

   18.        Nursing Officer                                  General Service Officer Grade 5

   19.        Ordnance Officer                                 General Service Officer Grade 5

   20.        Pay Officer                                      General Service Officer Grade 5

   21.        Pharmaceutical Officer                           General Service Officer Grade 5

   22.        Pilot – Competency Progression                   Competency Level 5

   23.        Pilot – Time Based Progression                   Fly 4-6

   24.        Psychology Officer                               General Service Officer Grade 5

   25.        Public Relations Officer                         General Service Officer Grade 5



PACMAN                                   AL12 (October 2009)             Chapter 3 – Schedule B.2 Part 3 – 6
                                                                                   ADF Pay and Conditions




Pay grade 5 cont'd

Column 1      Column 2                                        Column 3
Item          Employment Category                             Classification

   26.        Radiographer Officer                            General Service Officer Grade 5

   27.        Scientific Officer                              General Service Officer Grade 5

   28.        Signals Officer                                 Engineering Officer Grade 5

   29.        Therapeutical Officer                           General Service Officer Grade 5

   30.        Transport Officer                               General Service Officer Grade 5




Pay grade 6

Column 1      Column 2                                        Column 3
Item          Employment Category                             Classification

    1.        Air Defence Officer                             General Service Officer Grade 6

    2.        Armoured Officer                                General Service Officer Grade 6

    3.        Aviation Officer                                General Service Officer Grade 6

    4.        Aviation Officer                                (Army Senior Non-Commissioned Officer
                                                              and Warrant Officer Commissioning
                                                              Scheme – ex-Aircrewman)

    5.        Band Officer                                    General Service Officer Grade 6

    6.        Catering Officer                                General Service Officer Grade 6

    7.        Dental Officer (Non Dentist)                    General Service Officer Grade 6

    8.        Education Officer                               General Service Officer Grade 6

    9.        Electrical Mechanical Engineering Aviation      Engineering Officer Grade 6
              Officer

   10.        Electrical Mechanical Engineering Officer       Engineering Officer Grade 6

   11.        Engineer Officer                                Engineering Officer Grade 6

   12.        Environmental Officer                           General Service Officer Grade 6

   13.        Field Artillery Officer                         General Service Officer Grade 6

   14.        Infantry Officer                                General Service Officer Grade 6




PACMAN                                  AL12 (October 2009)             Chapter 3 – Schedule B.2 Part 3 – 7
                                                                                 ADF Pay and Conditions




Pay grade 6 cont'd

Column 1   Column 2                                         Column 3
Item       Employment Category                              Classification

   15.     Intelligence Officer                             General Service Officer Grade 6

   16.     Medical Officer (Non doctor)                     General Service Officer Grade 6

   17.     Military Police Officer                          General Service Officer Grade 6

   18.     Miscellaneous Medical Officer                    General Service Officer Grade 6

   19.     Nursing Officer                                  General Service Officer Grade 6

   20.     Ordnance Officer                                 General Service Officer Grade 6

   21.     Pay Officer                                      General Service Officer Grade 6

   22.     Pharmaceutical Officer                           General Service Officer Grade 6

   23.     Pilot – Competency Progression                   Competency Level 6

   24.     Psychology Officer                               General Service Officer Grade 6

   25.     Public Relations Officer                         General Service Officer Grade 6

   26.     Radiographer Officer                             General Service Officer Grade 6

   27.     Scientific Officer                               General Service Officer Grade 6

   28.     Signals Officer                                  Engineering Officer Grade 6

   29.     Therapeutical Officer                            General Service Officer Grade 6

   30.     Transport Officer                                General Service Officer Grade 6




PACMAN                                AL12 (October 2009)             Chapter 3 – Schedule B.2 Part 3 – 8
                                                                                   ADF Pay and Conditions




Pay grade 7

Column 1      Column 2                                        Column 3
Item          Employment Category                             Classification

    1.        Air Defence Officer                             General Service Officer Grade 7

    2.        Armoured Officer                                General Service Officer Grade 7

    3.        Aviation Officer                                General Service Officer Grade 7

    4.        Band Officer                                    General Service Officer Grade 7

    5.        Catering Officer                                General Service Officer Grade 7

    6.        Dental Officer (Non Dentist)                    General Service Officer Grade 7

    7.        Education Officer                               General Service Officer Grade 7

    8.        Electrical Mechanical Engineering Aviation      General Service Officer Grade 7
              Officer

    9.        Electrical Mechanical Engineering Aviation      Engineering Officer Grade 7
              Officer

   10.        Electrical Mechanical Engineering Officer       General Service Officer Grade 7

   11.        Electrical Mechanical Engineering Officer       Engineering Officer Grade 7

   12.        Engineer Officer                                General Service Officer Grade 7

   13.        Engineering Officer                             Engineering Officer Grade 7

   14.        Environmental Officer                           General Service Officer Grade 7

   15.        Field Artillery Officer                         General Service Officer Grade 7

   16.        Infantry Officer                                General Service Officer Grade 7

   17.        Intelligence Officer                            General Service Officer Grade 7

   18.        Medical Officer (Non doctor)                    General Service Officer Grade 7

   19.        Military Police Officer                         General Service Officer Grade 7

   20.        Miscellaneous Medical Officer                   General Service Officer Grade 7

   21.        Nursing Officer                                 General Service Officer Grade 7

   22.        Ordnance Officer                                General Service Officer Grade 7

   23.        Pay Officer                                     General Service Officer Grade 7

   24.        Pharmaceutical Officer                          General Service Officer Grade 7




PACMAN                                  AL12 (October 2009)             Chapter 3 – Schedule B.2 Part 3 – 9
                                                                                     ADF Pay and Conditions




Pay grade 7 cont'd

Column 1      Column 2                                         Column 3
Item          Employment Category                              Classification

   25.        Pilot – Time Based Progression                   Fly 6-8

   26.        Psychology Officer                               General Service Officer Grade 7

   27.        Public Relations Officer                         General Service Officer Grade 7

   28.        Radiographer Officer                             General Service Officer Grade 7

   29.        Scientific Officer                               General Service Officer Grade 7

   30.        Signals Officer                                  General Service Officer Grade 7

   31.        Signals Officer                                  Engineering Officer Grade 7

   32.        Therapeutical Officer                            General Service Officer Grade 7

   33.        Transport Officer                                General Service Officer Grade 7




Pay grade 8

Column 1      Column 2                                         Column 3
Item          Employment Category                              Classification

    1.        Air Defence Officer                              General Service Officer Grade 8

    2.        Armoured Officer                                 General Service Officer Grade 8

    3.        Aviation Officer                                 General Service Officer Grade 8

    4.        Band Officer                                     General Service Officer Grade 8

    5.        Catering Officer                                 General Service Officer Grade 8

    6.        Dental Officer (Non Dentist)                     General Service Officer Grade 8

    7.        Education Officer                                General Service Officer Grade 8

    8.        Electrical Mechanical Engineering Aviation       General Service Officer Grade 8
              Officer

    9.        Electrical Mechanical Engineering Officer        General Service Officer Grade 8

   10.        Engineer Officer                                 General Service Officer Grade 8

   11.        Environmental Officer                            General Service Officer Grade 8

   12.        Field Artillery Officer                          General Service Officer Grade 8




PACMAN                                   AL12 (October 2009)             Chapter 3 – Schedule B.2 Part 3 – 10
                                                                                       ADF Pay and Conditions




Pay grade 8 cont'd

Column 1       Column 2                                         Column 3
Item           Employment Category                              Classification

   13.         Infantry Officer                                 General Service Officer Grade 8

   14.         Intelligence Officer                             General Service Officer Grade 8

   15.         Medical Officer (Non doctor)                     General Service Officer Grade 8

   16.         Military Police Officer                          General Service Officer Grade 8

   17.         Miscellaneous Medical Officer                    General Service Officer Grade 8

   18.         Nursing Officer                                  General Service Officer Grade 8

   19.         Ordnance Officer                                 General Service Officer Grade 8

   20.         Pay Officer                                      General Service Officer Grade 8

   21.         Pharmaceutical Officer                           General Service Officer Grade 8

   22.         Psychology Officer                               General Service Officer Grade 8

   23.         Public Relations Officer                         General Service Officer Grade 8

   24.         Radiographer Officer                             General Service Officer Grade 8

   25.         Scientific Officer                               General Service Officer Grade 8

   26.         Signals Officer                                  General Service Officer Grade 8

   27.         Therapeutical Officer                            General Service Officer Grade 8

   28.         Transport Officer                                General Service Officer Grade 8




Pay grade 9

Column 1       Column 2                                         Column 3
Item           Employment Category                              Classification

    1.         Pilot – Time Based Progression                   Fly 8-10




Pay grade 10

Column 1       Column 2                                         Column 3
Item           Employment Category                              Classification

    1.         Pilot – Time Based Progression                   Fly 10+




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[from DFRT Determination No 15 of 2008]

See: Chapter 3 Part 1 Part B Division 2, Salary (Officers)
See also: Schedule B.2:
Part 1: All services
Part 2: Navy
Part 3: Army

Part 4: Air Force

  Note:     In this Part, categories that require a member to hold specific experience, qualification or
            skill may include one or a combination of the following descriptions in the employment
            category or classification title. The descriptions in Parts 1, 2, or 3 may also be used.



   Item     This descriptor...          means...

     1.     Competency Level 2          For Air Combat, Pilot and Air Traffic Control employment
                                        categories, graduation from Initial Employment Training.

     2.     Competency Level 3          For Air Combat and Pilot (including First Appointment Instructor
                                        Pilot Scheme) employment categories, attainment of Battlespace
                                        Command and Control Basic qualification. Or

                                        For Air Traffic Control employment, attainment of initial primary
                                        Air Traffic Control endorsement.

     3.     Competency Level 4          For Air Combat and Pilot (including First Appointment Instructor
                                        Pilot Scheme) employment categories, attainment of Battlespace
                                        Command and Control Intermediate qualification.

     4.     Competency Level 5          For Air Combat and Pilot (including First Appointment Instructor
                                        Pilot Scheme) employment categories, attainment of Battlespace
                                        Command and Control Highly Proficient qualification. Or

                                        For Air Traffic Control employment attainment of:
                                        a. initial primary Training Officer standard; or
                                        b. a supervisor endorsement.

     5.     Competency Level 6          For Air Combat and Pilot (including First Appointment Instructor
                                        Pilot Scheme) employment categories, attainment of Battlespace
                                        Command and Control Advanced Qualification. Or

                                        For Air Traffic Control employment attainment of:
                                        a. one primary endorsement in each of tower and radar
                                             elements, AND achievement of two tower standards in two
                                             primary endorsements; or
                                        b. two supervisor endorsements; or
                                        c. an Air Traffic Control Instructor qualification.




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  Item   This descriptor...        means...

   6.    Tier 3 Command and        Substantive appointment at a designated Battlespace Command
         Management                and Control unit as either an:

                                   a.   Executive Officer or Flight Commander; or

                                   Commanding Officer of a Tier 3 Battlespace Command and
                                   Control Unit,

   7.    Tier 2 Command and        Substantive appointment at a designated Battlespace Command
         Management                and Control Non-Flying Unit.

   8.    Tier 1 Command and        For Air Combat and Pilot categories substantive appointment to a
         Management                designated Battlespace Command and Control Flying Unit.

   9.    Air Combat Officer        The member has been in one or more of the following
                                   employment categories:

                                   (a) Navigator;
                                   (b) Airborne Electronics Officer;
                                   (c) Air Battle Manager.

   10.   Air Combat Officer –      For members in the Air Battle Manager employment stream,
         Time Based Progression    means an Air Combat Officer (ABM) with a Fighter Control
                                   qualification as defined by Determination No. 4 of 2006.




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Pay grade 2

Column 1      Column 2                                       Column 3
Item          Employment Category                            Classification

    1.        Administration                                 Grade 1

    2.        Air Combat Officer – Competency                Competency Level 2
              Progression

    3.        Air Combat Officer – Time Based                Fly 0
              Progression

    4.        Air Traffic Control – Competency Progression   Competency Level 2

    5.        Air Traffic Control – Legacy                   Grade 1

    6.        Education                                      Grade 1

    7.        Environmental Health                           Grade 1

    8.        Ground Defence                                 Grade 1

    9.        Intelligence                                   Grade 1

   10.        Laboratory                                     Grade 1

   11.        Logistics                                      Grade 1

   12.        Nurse                                          Grade 1

   13.        Operations                                     Grade 1

   14.        Pharmacy                                       Grade 1

   15.        Pilot – Competency Progression                 Competency Level 2

   16.        Radiographer                                   Grade 1

   17.        Security Police                                Grade 1




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Pay grade 3

Column 1      Column 2                                       Column 3
Item          Employment Category                            Classification

    1.        Administration                                 Grade 2

    2.        Aeronautical Engineer                          Grade 1

    3.        Airfield Engineer                              Grade 1

    4.        Air Combat Officer – Competency                Competency Level 3
              Progression

    5.        Air Combat Officer – Time Based                Fly 0-2
              Progression

    6.        Air Traffic Control – Competency Progression   Competency Level 3

    7.        Air Traffic Control – Legacy                   Grade 2

    8.        Armament Engineer                              Grade 1

    9.        Education                                      Grade 2

   10.        Electronics Engineer                           Grade 1

   11.        Environmental Health                           Grade 2

   12.        Ground Defence                                 Grade 2

   13.        Intelligence                                   Grade 2

   14.        Laboratory                                     Grade 2

   15.        Nurse                                          Grade 2

   16.        Pharmacy                                       Grade 2

   17.        Pilot – Competency Progression                 Competency Level 3

   18.        Pilot – Time Based Progression                 Fly 0-2

   19.        Radiographer                                   Grade 2

   20.        Security Police                                Grade 2




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Pay grade 4

Column 1      Column 2                                      Column 3
Item          Employment Category                           Classification

    1.        Administration                                Grade 3

    2.        Aeronautical Engineer                         Grade 2

    3.        Airfield Engineer                             Grade 2

    4.        Air Combat Officer – Competency               Competency Level 4
              Progression

    5.        Air Combat Officer – Time Based               Fly 2-4
              Progression

    6.        Armament Engineer                             Grade 2

    7.        Education                                     Grade 3

    8.        Electronics Engineer                          Grade 2

    9.        Environmental Health                          Grade 3

   10.        Ground Defence                                Grade 3

   11.        Intelligence                                  Grade 3

   12.        Laboratory                                    Grade 3

   13.        Logistics                                     Grade 2

   14.        Nurse                                         Grade 3

   15.        Pharmacy                                      Grade 3

   16.        Pilot – Competency Progression                Competency Level 4

   17.        Pilot – Time Based Progression                Fly 2-4

   18.        Radiographer                                  Grade 3

   19.        Security Police                               Grade 3




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Pay grade 5

Column 1      Column 2                                       Column 3
Item          Employment Category                            Classification

    1.        Air Combat Officer – Competency                Competency Level 5
              Progression

    2.        Air Combat Officer – Time Based                Fly 4-6
              Progression

    3.        Air Traffic Control – Competency Progression   Competency Level 5

    4.        Air Traffic Control – Legacy                   Grade 3

    5.        Nurse                                          Grade 4

    6.        Pilot – Competency Progression                 Competency Level 5

    7.        Pilot – Time Based Progression                 Fly 4-6




Pay grade 6

Column 1      Column 2                                       Column 3
Item          Employment Category                            Classification

    1.        Aeronautical Engineer                          Grade 3

    2.        Air Combat Officer – Competency                Competency Level 6
              Progression

    3.        Airfield Engineer                              Grade 3

    4.        Air Traffic Control – Competency Progression   Competency Level 6

    5.        Armament Engineer                              Grade 3

    6.        Electronics Engineer                           Grade 3

    7.        Logistics                                      Grade 3

    8.        Pilot Competency Progression                   Competency Level 6




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Pay grade 7

Column 1      Column 2                                       Column 3
Item          Employment Category                            Classification

    1.        Air Combat Officer – Competency                Command and Management Tier 3
              Progression

    2.        Air Combat Officer – Time Based                Fly 6-8
              Progression

    3.        Air Traffic Control – Competency Progression   Detachment Command

    4.        Air Traffic Control – Legacy                   Grade 4

    5.        Aeronautical Engineer                          Grade 4

    6.        Airfield Engineer                              Grade 4

    7.        Armament Engineer                              Grade 4

    8.        Electronics Engineer                           Grade 4

    9.        Pilot – Competency Progression                 Command and Management Tier 3

   10.        Pilot – Time Based Progression                 Fly 6-8




Pay grade 8

Column 1      Column 2                                       Column 3
Item          Employment Category                            Classification

    1.        Air Combat Officer – Competency                Command and Management Tier 2
              Progression

    2.        Pilot – Competency Progression                 Command and Management Tier 2




Pay grade 9

Column 1      Column 2                                       Column 3
Item          Employment Category                            Classification

    1.        Air Combat Officer – Competency                Command and Management Tier 1
              Progression

    2.        Air Combat Officer – Time Based                Fly 8-10
              Progression

    3.        Pilot – Competency Progression                 Command and Management Tier 1

    4.        Pilot – Time Based Progression                 Fly 8-10



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Pay grade 10

Column 1       Column 2                                     Column 3
Item           Employment Category                          Classification

    1.         Air Combat Officer – Time Based              Fly 10+
               Progression

    2.         Pilot – Time Based Progression               Fly 10+




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Pay grade 8

Column 1      Column 2                                        Column 3
  Item        Employment Category                             Tier

    1.        Acoustic Warfare Analyst Submarines – SM        A
              Grade 3

    2.        Acoustic Warfare Analyst Submarines – SM        B
              Grade 3

    3.        Acoustic Warfare Analyst Submarines – SM        C
              Grade 3

    4.        Aircrewman — Grade 2 Fly 8-10                   A

    5.        Aircrewman — Grade 2 Fly 8-10                   B

    6.        Aircrewman — Grade 2 Fly 8-10                   C

    7.        Aircrewman — Grade 2 Fly 10+                    A

    8.        Aircrewman — Grade 2 Fly 10+                    B

    9.        Aircrewman — Grade 2 Fly 10+                    C

   10.        Aircrewman — Grade 3 Fly 8-10                   A

   11.        Aircrewman — Grade 3 Fly 8-10                   B

   12.        Aircrewman — Grade 3 Fly 8-10                   C

   13.        Aircrewman — Grade 4 (Competency Progression)   C

   14.        Aircrewman — Grade 5 (Competency Progression)   C

   15.        Aircrewman — Grade 6 (Competency Progression)   A

   16.        Aircrewman — Grade 6 (Competency Progression)   B

   17.        Aircrewman — Grade 6 (Competency Progression)   C

   18.        Aviation Technician Aircraft                    C

   19.        Aviation Technician Aircraft — Flight Senior    A
              Maintenance Sailor

   20.        Aviation Technician Aircraft — Flight Senior    B
              Maintenance Sailor

   21.        Aviation Technician Avionics                    C




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Pay grade 8 cont'd

Column 1   Column 2                                       Column 3
  Item     Employment Category                            Tier

   22.     Aviation Technician Avionics — Flight Senior   A
           Maintenance Sailor

   23.     Aviation Technician Avionics — Flight Senior   B
           Maintenance Sailor

   24.     Boatswain                                      C

   25.     Clearance Diver                                A

   26.     Clearance Diver                                B

   27.     Clearance Diver                                C

   28.     Combat Systems Manager                         C

   29.     Combat Systems Manager Mine Warfare            C

   30.     Communications & Information Systems           C

   31.     Communications & Information Systems —         A
           Grade 4 SM

   32.     Communications & Information Systems —         B
           Grade 4 SM

   33.     Communications & Information Systems —         C
           Grade 4 SM

   34.     Cook                                           C

   35.     Cryptologic Linguist                           C

   36.     Cryptologic Systems                            C

   37.     Dental Manager                                 C

   38.     Electronic Technician                          C

   39.     Hydrographic Systems Manager                   C

   40.     Marine Technician                              C

   41.     Marine Technician — Senior Technical Officer   A

   42.     Marine Technician — Senior Technical Officer   B

   43.     Medical                                        C




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Pay grade 8 cont'd

Column 1      Column 2                                       Column 3
  Item        Employment Category                            Tier

   44.        Musician                                       C

   45.        Naval Police Coxswain                          C

   46.        Photographer                                   C

   47.        Physical Trainer                               C

   48.        Steward                                        C

   49.        Stores Naval                                   C

   50.        Writer                                         C



Pay grade 9

Column 1      Column 2                                       Column 3
  Item        Employment Category                            Tier

    1.        Acoustic Warfare Analyst Submarines — SM       A
              Specialist

    2.        Acoustic Warfare Analyst Submarines — SM       B
              Specialist

    3.        Acoustic Warfare Analyst Submarines — SM       C
              Specialist

    4.        Aircrewman — Grade 3 Fly 10 +                  A

    5.        Aircrewman — Grade 3 Fly 10 +                  B

    6.        Aircrewman — Grade 3 Fly 10 +                  C

    7.        Communications & Information Systems — Grade   A
              5 SM

    8.        Communications & Information Systems — Grade   B
              5 SM

    9.        Communications & Information Systems — Grade   C
              5 SM

   10.        Cryptologic Systems Submarines — SM            A

   11.        Cryptologic Systems Submarines — SM            B

   12.        Cryptologic Systems Submarines — SM            C



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Pay grade 9 cont'd

Column 1   Column 2                                       Column 3
  Item     Employment Category                            Tier

   13.     Electronic Technician — SM                     A

   14.     Electronic Technician — SM                     B

   15.     Electronic Technician — SM                     C

   16.     Marine Technician — SM                         A

   17.     Marine Technician — SM                         B

   18.     Marine Technician — SM                         C




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Pay grade 7 cont'd

Column 1      Column 2                                         Column 3
  Item        Employment Category                              Tier

   17.        Manager Works                                    B

   18.        Regimental Sergeant Major Fly 8-10               A

   19.        Regimental Sergeant Major Fly 8-10               B

   20.        Regimental Sergeant Major                        B

   21.        Telecommunications Systems Engineer              B



Pay grade 8

Column 1      Column 2                                         Column 3
  Item        Employment Category                              Tier

    1.        Aircrewman Senior Manager (Time Progression)     A
              Fly 10+

    2.        Aircrewman Senior Manager (Time Progression)     B
              Fly 10+

    3.        Artificer Air (Time Progression) Fly 6-8         A

    4.        Artificer Air (Time Progression) Fly 6-8         B

    5.        Artificer Air (Time Progression) Fly 8-10        A

    6.        Artificer Air (Time Progression) Fly 8-10        B

    7.        Commando Grades 4 to 7                           A

    8.        Commando Regimental Sergeant Major               A

    9.        Commando Regimental Sergeant Major               B

   10.        Commando Regimental Sergeant Major               C

   11.        Regimental Sergeant Major Fly 10+                A

   12.        Regimental Sergeant Major Fly 10+                B

   13.        Regimental Sergeant Major                        C

   14.        Supervisor Commando Operations                   A

   15.        Supervisor Commando Operations                   B




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Pay grade 9

Column 1       Column 2                                        Column 3
  Item         Employment Category                             Tier

    1.         Artificer Air (Time Progression) Fly 10+        A

    2.         Artificer Air (Time Progression) Fly 10+        B



Pay grade 10

Column 1       Column 2                                        Column 3
  Item         Employment Category                             Tier

    1.         Special Air Service Regimental Sergeant Major   A

    2.         Special Air Service Regimental Sergeant Major   B

    3.         Special Air Service Regimental Sergeant Major   C

    4.         Special Air Service Trooper Grade 3             A




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Pay grade 2

Column 1      Column 2
  Item        Employment Category

    1.        Air Dispatcher Grade 1

    2.        Analyst Intelligence Operations Grade 1

    3.        Assistant Instructor

    4.        Cargo Specialist Grade 1

    5.        Clerk Finance Grade 1

    6.        Combat Engineer Grade 2

    7.        Combat Engineer Section Commander Grade 1

    8.        Combat Medical Attendant Grade 2

    9.        Combat Medical Attendant Grade 3

   10.        Communications Systems Operator Grade 2

   11.        Cook Grade 2

   12.        Cook Grade 3

   13.        Cook Advanced

   14.        Crewman Grade 1

   15.        Dental Assistant Grade 1

   16.        Driver Grade 1

   17.        Gunner Grade 1

   18.        Gunner Grade 2

   19.        Handler Petroleum Grade 1

   20.        Information Systems Technician Grade 1

   21.        Marine Specialist

   22.        Mechanic Recovery Driver

   23.        Military Police Grade 2

   24.        Operator Administrative Grade 1

   25.        Operator Catering Advanced Grade 1



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Pay grade 2 cont'd

Column 1      Column 2
  Item        Employment Category

   26.        Operator Catering Grade 3

   27.        Operator Catering Grade 4

   28.        Operator Catering Manager Grade 1

   29.        Operator Catering Supervisor Grade 1

   30.        Operator Ground-Based Air Defence Grade 1

   31.        Operator Petroleum Grade 1

   32.        Operator Supply Grade 1

   33.        Patrolman Grade 1

   34.        Preventive Medicine Grade 1

   35.        Rifleman Grade 1

   36.        Rigger Parachute Grade 1

   37.        Scout Grade 1

   38.        Signaller Combat Grade 2

   39.        Telecommunications Systems Linesman Grade 1

   40.        Telecommunications Systems Linesman Grade 2



Pay grade 3

Column 1      Column 2
  Item        Employment Category

    1.        Advanced Cargo Specialist

    2.        Advanced Operator Movements

    3.        Air Dispatcher Grade 2

    4.        Aircraft Life Support Fitter Grade 1

    5.        Aircraft Structural Fitter Grade 1

    6.        Analyst Intelligence Operations Grade 2

    7.        Cargo Specialist Grade 2



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Pay grade 3 cont'd

Column 1   Column 2
  Item     Employment Category

    8.     Carpenter Grade 1

    9.     Chef

   10.     Clerk Finance Advanced

   11.     Clerk Finance Grade 2

   12.     Combat Clerk Engineers

   13.     Combat Engineer Grade 3

   14.     Combat Engineer Section Commander Grade 2

   15.     Combat Engineer Supervisor Grade 1

   16.     Combat Medical Attendant Grade 4

   17.     Communications Systems Advanced Operator Grade 1

   18.     Communications Systems Operator Grade 3

   19.     Cook Grade 4

   20.     Cook Supervisor

   21.     Crew Commander Air Dispatch

   22.     Crewman Grade 2

   23.     Crewman Specialist

   24.     Dental Assistant Grade 2

   25.     Detachment Commander Bearer Systems

   26.     Driver Grade 2

   27.     Electrician Grade 1

   28.     Emergency Responder

   29.     Fitter Armament Grade 1

   30.     Fitter Armament Grade 2

   31.     Groundcrewman, Command Post Operator

   32.     Groundcrewman, Forward Arming and Refuelling Point Operator




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Pay grade 3 cont'd

Column 1   Column 2
  Item     Employment Category

   33.     Gun Detachment Commander

   34.     Gunner Grade 3

   35.     Infantry Operations Clerk

   36.     Infantry Resource Storeman

   37.     Information Systems Technician Grade 2

   38.     Kitchen Manager

   39.     Manager Clerk Engineers

   40.     Manager Storeman Engineers

   41.     Marine Specialist Grade 1

   42.     Mechanic Recovery Advanced Grade 1

   43.     Mechanic Recovery Grade 1

   44.     Mechanic Recovery Grade 2

   45.     Mechanic Recovery Supervisor Grade 1

   46.     Mechanic Vehicle Grade 1

   47.     Mechanic Vehicle Grade 2

   48.     Medical Operator

   49.     Metalsmith Grade 1

   50.     Metalsmith Grade 2

   51.     Military Police Grade 3

   52.     Musician Grade 1

   53.     Operator Administrative Advanced

   54.     Operator Artillery Meteorology and Survey Grade 1

   55.     Operator Bearer Systems

   56.     Operator Catering Advanced Grade 2

   57.     Operator Catering Manager Grade 2




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Pay grade 3 cont'd

Column 1   Column 2
  Item     Employment Category

   58.     Operator Catering Supervisor Grade 2

   59.     Operator Command Post Grade 1

   60.     Operator Command Post Grade 2

   61.     Operator Command Support Systems Grade 1

   62.     Operator Communications Grade 1

   63.     Operator Ground-Based Air Defence Grade 2

   64.     Operator Movements Grade 1

   65.     Operator Petroleum Grade 2

   66.     Operator Radar Grade 1

   67.     Operator Radar Grade 2

   68.     Operator Specialist Vehicles Grade 1

   69.     Operator Supply Chain Advanced

   70.     Operator Unit Supply Advanced

   71.     Patrolman Grade 2

   72.     Physical Training Instructor

   73.     Piper Drummer and Bugler Grade 1

   74.     Plumber Grade 1

   75.     Preventive Medicine Grade 2

   76.     Rifleman Grade 2

   77.     Rigger Parachute Grade 2

   78.     Scout Grade 2

   79.     Storeman Engineers

   80.     Supervisor Clerk Engineers

   81.     Supervisor Operational Movements

   82.     Supervisor Storeman Engineers




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Pay grade 3 cont'd

Column 1      Column 2
  Item        Employment Category

   83.        Supervisor Transport Section Operations

   84.        Technician Electrical Grade 1

   85.        Technician Electronic Systems Grade 1

   86.        Telecommunications Systems Bearer Technician

   87.        Telecommunications Systems Switch Technician


Pay grade 4

Column 1      Column 2
  Item        Employment Category

    1.        Aircraft Life Support Fitter Grade 2

    2.        Aircraft Life Support Fitter Supervisor

    3.        Aircrewman (Time Progression)

    4.        Aircrewman Leader (Time Progression)

    5.        Aircrewman Manager (Time Progression)

    6.        Aircrewman Supervisor (Time Progression)

    7.        Aircraft Structural Fitter Grade 2

    8.        Analyst Intelligence Operations Grade 3

    9.        Analyst Intelligence Operations Grade 4

   10.        Assistant Manager Operational Movements

   11.        Assistant Supervisor Bearer Systems

   12.        Assistant Supervisor Cargo Operations

   13.        Assistant Supervisor Infantry Operations Clerk

   14.        Assistant Supervisor Infantry Resource Storeman

   15.        Assistant Supervisor Offensive Support

   16.        Carpenter Grade 2

   17.        Carpenter Grade 3




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Pay grade 4 cont'd

Column 1   Column 2
  Item     Employment Category

   18.     Caterer

   19.     Chef Supervisor

   20.     Clerk Finance Financial Services Manager

   21.     Clerk Finance Unit Financial Services Supervisor

   22.     Combat Engineer Manager Grade 1

   23.     Combat Engineer Section Commander Grade 3

   24.     Combat Engineer Supervisor Grade 2

   25.     Combat Medical Attendant Grade 5

   26.     Commander Emergency Response

   27.     Communications Systems Advanced Operator Grade 2

   28.     Communications Systems Detachment Commander Grade 1

   29.     Communications Systems Supervisor Grade 1

   30.     Crew Commander Mechanised

   31.     Crewman Commander

   32.     Crewman Commander (Royal Australian Engineers)

   33.     Dental Supervisor

   34.     Draughtsman Grade 1

   35.     Draughtsman Grade 2

   36.     Electrician Grade 2

   37.     Electrician Grade 3

   38.     Electronic Warfare Operator — Language

   39.     Electronic Warfare Operator — Technical Signals

   40.     Fitter Armament Advanced Grade 1

   41.     Fitter Armament Grade 3

   42.     Fitter Armament Grade 4




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Pay grade 4 cont'd

Column 1   Column 2
  Item     Employment Category

   43.     Fitter Armament Supervisor Grade 1

   44.     Groundcrewman, Command Post Supervisor

   45.     Groundcrewman, Forward Arming and Refuelling Point Team Leader

   46.     Information Systems Advanced Technician

   47.     Manager Cargo Operations

   48.     Manager Infantry Operations Clerk

   49.     Manager Infantry Resource Storeman

   50.     Manager Operational Movements

   51.     Manager Petroleum

   52.     Manager Preventive Medicine

   53.     Manager Rigger Parachute

   54.     Marine Specialist Grade 2

   55.     Mechanic Recovery Advanced Grade 2

   56.     Mechanic Recovery Manager Grade 1

   57.     Mechanic Recovery Specialist

   58.     Mechanic Recovery Supervisor Grade 2

   59.     Mechanic Vehicle Advanced Grade 1

   60.     Mechanic Vehicle Grade 3

   61.     Mechanic Vehicle Grade 4

   62.     Mechanic Vehicle Supervisor Grade 1

   63.     Medical Technician

   64.     Medical Technician Supervisor

   65.     Metalsmith Advanced Grade 1

   66.     Metalsmith Grade 3

   67.     Metalsmith Grade 4

   68.     Metalsmith Supervisor Grade 1


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Pay grade 4 cont'd

Column 1   Column 2
  Item     Employment Category

   69.     Military Police Grade 4

   70.     Multimedia Technician Grade 1

   71.     Musician Grade 2

   72.     Operator Administrative Manager

   73.     Operator Administrative Supervisor

   74.     Operator Artillery Meteorology and Survey Grade 2

   75.     Operator Artillery Meteorology and Survey Grade 3

   76.     Operator Command Post Grade 3

   77.     Operator Command Support Systems Grade 2

   78.     Operator Communications Grade 2

   79.     Operator Electronic Warfare

   80.     Operator Emergency Response

   81.     Operator Ground-Based Air Defence Grade 3

   82.     Operator Petroleum Grade 3

   83.     Operator Plant Grade 1

   84.     Operator Plant Grade 2

   85.     Operator Plant Grade 3

   86.     Operator Plant Grade 4

   87.     Operator Radar Grade 3

   88.     Operator Specialist Vehicles (Royal Australian Engineers)

   89.     Operator Specialist Vehicles Grade 2

   90.     Operator Supply Chain Manager

   91.     Operator Supply Chain Supervisor

   92.     Operator Unit Supply Manager

   93.     Operator Unit Supply Supervisor




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Pay grade 4 cont'd

Column 1   Column 2
  Item     Employment Category

   94.     Patrol Commander

   95.     Physical Training Instructor Supervisor

   96.     Physical Training Instructor Manager

   97.     Piper Drummer and Bugler Grade 2

   98.     Plumber Grade 2

   99.     Plumber Grade 3

   100.    Recruit Instructor (1st Recruit Training Battalion)

   101.    Rifleman Grade 3

   102.    Rigger Parachute Grade 3

   103.    Scout Patrol Commander

   104.    Second in Command Transport Troop Operations

   105.    Senior Dental Assistant – Preventative

   106.    Sniper

   107.    Supervisor Aerial Delivery

   108.    Supervisor Bearer Systems

   109.    Supervisor Cargo Operations

   110.    Supervisor Ground-Based Air Defence

   111.    Supervisor Infantry Operations Clerk

   112.    Supervisor Infantry Resource Storeman

   113.    Supervisor Marine

   114.    Supervisor Offensive Support

   115.    Supervisor Petroleum

   116.    Supervisor Platoon Infantry Operations

   117.    Supervisor Preventive Medicine

   118.    Supervisor Rigger Parachute




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Pay grade 4 cont'd

Column 1      Column 2
  Item        Employment Category

   119.       Supervisor Transport Troop Operations

   120.       Technician Aircraft Grade 1

   121.       Technician Avionics Grade 1

   122.       Technician Electrical Grade 2

   123.       Technician Electrical Grade 3

   124.       Technician Electronic Systems Grade 2

   125.       Technician Electronic Systems Grade 3

   126.       Technician Geomatic Grade 1

   127.       Technician Laboratory Grade 1

   128.       Technician Operating Theatre

   129.       Technician Telecommunication Systems

   130.       Telecommunications Systems Bearer Team Leader

   131.       Telecommunications Systems Switch Team Leader

   132.       Telecommunications Systems Technician



Pay grade 5

Column 1      Column 2
  Item        Employment Category

    1.        Aircraft Life Support Fitter Manager

    2.        Aircraft Structural Fitter Grade 3

    3.        Aircraft Structural Fitter Supervisor

    4.        Aircrewman (Competency Progression)

    5.        Aircrewman (Time Progression) Fly 0-2

    6.        Aircrewman (Time Progression) Fly 2-4

    7.        Aircrewman Leader (Time Progression) Fly 2-4

    8.        Aircrewman Leader (Time Progression) Fly 2-4



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Pay grade 5 cont'd

Column 1   Column 2
  Item     Employment Category

    9.     Analyst Intelligence Operations Supervisor

   10.     Artificer Electronics Grade 1

   11.     Artificer Mechanical Grade 1

   12.     Assistant Detachment Commander Command Support Systems

   13.     Assistant Detachment Commander Communications

   14.     Assistant Detachment Commander Electronic Warfare

   15.     Assistant Detachment Commander Telecommunication Systems

   16.     Assistant Manager Bearer Systems

   17.     Assistant Manager Communications

   18.     Assistant Manager Operations Locating

   19.     Assistant Manager Operations Offensive Support

   20.     Assistant Supervisor Command Support Systems

   21.     Assistant Supervisor Electronic Warfare

   22.     Assistant Supervisor Locating

   23.     Assistant Supervisor Telecommunication Systems

   24.     Combat Engineer Manager Grade 2

   25.     Combat Engineer Supervisor Grade 3

   26.     Communications Systems Detachment Commander Grade 2

   27.     Communications Systems Manager Grade 1

   28.     Communications Systems Supervisor Grade 2

   29.     Company Mechanised Sergeant

   30.     Dental Manager

   31.     Detachment Commander Command Support Systems

   32.     Detachment Commander Communications

   33.     Detachment Commander Electronic Warfare




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Pay grade 5 cont'd

Column 1   Column 2
  Item     Employment Category

   34.     Detachment Commander Telecommunication Systems

   35.     Drum Major

   36.     Electronic Warfare Detachment Commander — Language

   37.     Electronic Warfare Detachment Commander — Technical Signals

   38.     Examiner Psychological

   39.     Explosive Detection Dog Handler

   40.     Explosive Ordnance Reconnaissance Technician

   41.     Fitter Armament Advanced Grade 2

   42.     Fitter Armament Specialist

   43.     Fitter Armament Supervisor Grade 2

   44.     Foreman Carpenter

   45.     Foreman Draughtsman

   46.     Foreman Electrician

   47.     Foreman Operator Plant

   48.     Foreman Plumber

   49.     Groundcrewman, Forward Arming and Refuelling Point Supervisor

   50.     Groundcrewman, Supervisor Aviation Squadron Operations

   51.     Information Systems Detachment Commander

   52.     Information Systems Supervisor

   53.     Manager Bearer Systems

   54.     Manager Command Support Systems

   55.     Manager Communications

   56.     Manager Emergency Response Operations

   57.     Manager Operations Ground-Based Air Defence

   58.     Manager Operations Locating




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Pay grade 5 cont'd

Column 1   Column 2
  Item     Employment Category

   59.     Manager Operations Offensive Support

   60.     Mechanic Recovery Manager Grade 2

   61.     Mechanic Vehicle Advanced Grade 2

   62.     Mechanic Vehicle Specialist

   63.     Mechanic Vehicle Supervisor Grade 2

   64.     Medical Technician Manager

   65.     Metalsmith Advanced Grade 2

   66.     Metalsmith Specialist

   67.     Metalsmith Supervisor Grade 2

   68.     Military Investigator Grade 1

   69.     Military Investigator Grade 2

   70.     Military Investigator Manager

   71.     Military Police Dog Handler

   72.     Military Police Close Personal Protection Operator

   73.     Multimedia Technician Grade 2

   74.     Multimedia Technician Grade 3

   75.     Musician Grade 3

   76.     Patrol Master

   77.     Petroleum Specialist

   78.     Photographer Public Relations

   79.     Pipe Major

   80.     Project Officer Aerial Delivery

   81.     Reporter

   82.     Scout Supervisor Squadron Operations

   83.     Scout Supervisor Troop Operations




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Pay grade 5 cont'd

Column 1   Column 2
  Item     Employment Category

   84.     Sniper Master

   85.     Sniper Supervisor

   86.     Sniper Team Leader

   87.     Supervisor Building

   88.     Supervisor Civil

   89.     Supervisor Command Support Systems

   90.     Supervisor Communications

   91.     Supervisor Company Operations

   92.     Supervisor Electronic Warfare

   93.     Supervisor Emergency Response Operations

   94.     Supervisor Engineering Services

   95.     Supervisor Locating

   96.     Supervisor Squadron Operations

   97.     Supervisor Telecommunication Systems

   98.     Supervisor Troop Operations

   99.     Technician Aircraft Grade 2

   100.    Technician Aircraft Grade 2 (Time Progression) Fly 0-2

   101.    Technician Aircraft Supervisor

   102.    Technician Ammunition

   103.    Technician Avionics Grade 2

   104.    Technician Avionics Grade 2 (Time Progression) Fly 0-2

   105.    Technician Avionics Supervisor

   106.    Technician Dental

   107.    Technician Electrical Advanced Grade 1

   108.    Technician Electrical Grade 4




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Pay grade 5 cont'd

Column 1      Column 2
  Item        Employment Category

   109.       Technician Electrical Supervisor Grade 1

   110.       Technician Electronic Systems Advanced Grade 1

   111.       Technician Electronic Systems Grade 4

   112.       Technician Electronic Systems Supervisor Grade 1

   113.       Technician Geomatic Grade 2

   114.       Technician Laboratory Grade 2

   115.       Telecommunications Systems Supervisor

   116.       Telecommunications Systems Team Leader

   117.       Underwater Medicine Clinician



Pay grade 6

Column 1      Column 2
  Item        Employment Category

    1.        Aircraft Life Support Fitter Artisan

    2.        Aircraft Structural Fitter Manager

    3.        Aircraft Support Manager

    4.        Aircrewman Leader (Competency Progression)

    5.        Aircrewman Manager (Competency Progression)

    6.        Aircrewman Supervisor (Competency Progression)

    7.        Aircrewman (Time Progression) Fly 4-6

    8.        Aircrewman Leader (Time Progression) Fly 4-6

    9.        Aircrewman Supervisor (Time Progression) Fly 4-6

   10.        Analyst Intelligence Operations Manager

   11.        Artificer Electronics Grade 2

   12.        Artificer Mechanical Grade 2

   13.        Assistant Manager Electronic Warfare



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Pay grade 6 cont'd

Column 1   Column 2
  Item     Employment Category

   14.     Assistant Manager Telecommunication Systems

   15.     Aviation Operations Manager

   16.     Commando Grade 1

   17.     Communications Systems Manager Grade 2

   18.     Electronic Warfare Supervisor

   19.     Explosive Technician Ordnance Disposal

   20.     Information Systems Manager

   21.     Manager Electronic Warfare

   22.     Manager Telecommunication Systems

   23.     Specialist Geomatic

   24.     Supervisor Explosive Ordnance Disposal

   25.     Supervisor Works Horizontal

   26.     Supervisor Works Services

   27.     Supervisor Works Vertical

   28.     Technician Aircraft Grade 2 (Time Progression) Fly 2-4

   29.     Technician Aircraft Manager

   30.     Technician Aircraft Supervisor (Competency Progression) Aircrewman

   31.     Technician Avionics Grade 2 (Time Progression) Fly 2-4

   32.     Technician Avionics Manager

   33.     Technician Avionics Supervisor (Competency Progression) Aircrewman

   34.     Technician Electrical Advanced Grade 2

   35.     Technician Electrical Supervisor Grade 2

   36.     Technician Electronic Systems Advanced Grade 2

   37.     Technician Electronic Systems Specialist

   38.     Technician Electronic Systems Supervisor Grade 2




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Pay grade 6 cont'd

Column 1      Column 2
  Item        Employment Category

   39.        Technician Geomatic Grade 3

   40.        Telecommunications Systems Manager



Pay grade 7

Column 1      Column 2

   Item       Employment Category

    1.        Aircraft Structural Fitter Artisan

    2.        Aircrewman Leader Instructor (Competency Progression)

    3.        Aircrewman Manager Instructor (Competency Progression)

    4.        Aircrewman Supervisor Instructor (Competency Progression)

    5.        Aircrewman (Time Progression) Fly 6-8

    6.        Aircrewman (Time Progression) Fly 8-10

    7.        Aircrewman Leader (Time Progression) Fly 6-8

    8.        Aircrewman Leader (Time Progression) Fly 8-10

    9.        Aircrewman Manager (Time Progression) Fly 6-8

   10.        Aircrewman Manager (Time Progression) Fly 8-10

   11.        Aircrewman Supervisor (Time Progression) Fly 6-8

   12.        Aircrewman Supervisor (Time Progression) Fly 8-10

   13.        Artificer Aircraft (Time Progression) Fly 4-6

   14.        Artificer Aircraft

   15.        Artificer Avionics

   16.        Artificer Avionics (Time Progression) Fly 4-6

   17.        Commando Grade 2

   18.        Commando Grade 3

   19.        Electronic Warfare Manager




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Pay grade 7 cont'd

Column 1      Column 2
  Item        Employment Category

   20.        Technician Aircraft Grade 2 (Time Progression) Fly 4-6

   21.        Technician Aircraft Grade 2 (Time Progression) Fly 6-8

   22.        Technician Aircraft Manager (Competency Progression) Aircrewman

   23.        Technician Avionics Grade 2 (Time Progression ) Fly 4-6

   24.        Technician Avionics Grade 2 (Time Progression ) Fly 6-8

   25.        Technician Avionics Manager (Competency Progression) Aircrewman



Pay grade 8

Column 1      Column 2
  Item        Employment Category

    1.        Aircrewman (Time Progression) Fly 10+

    2.        Aircrewman Leader (Time Progression) Fly 10+

    3.        Aircrewman Manager (Time Progression) Fly 10+

    4.        Aircrewman Supervisor (Time Progression) Fly 10+

    5.        Artificer Aircraft (Time Progression) Fly 6-8

    6.        Artificer Aircraft (Time Progression) Fly 8-10

    7.        Artificer Avionics (Time Progression) Fly 6-8

    8.        Artificer Avionics (Time Progression) Fly 8-10

    9.        Commando Grades 4 to 7

   10.        Section Commander Commando

   11.        Special Air Service Trooper Grade 1

   12.        Supervisor Commando Operations

   13.        Supervisor Commando Platoon Operations




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Pay grade 8 cont'd

Column 1       Column 2
  Item         Employment Category

   14.         Technician Aircraft Grade 2 (Time Progression) Fly 8-10

   15.         Technician Aircraft Grade 2 (Time Progression) Fly 10+

   16.         Technician Avionics Grade 2 (Time Progression) Fly 8-10

   17.         Technician Avionics Grade 2 (Time Progression) Fly 10+



Pay grade 9

Column 1       Column 2
  Item         Employment Category

    1.         Special Air Service Trooper Grade 2

    2.         Articifer Aircraft (Time Progression) Fly 10+

    3.         Articifer Avionics (Time Progression) Fly 10+



Pay grade 10

Column 1       Column 2
  Item         Employment Category

    1.         Special Air Service Trooper Grade 3




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Schedule B.13: Trainee salary rates

[from DFRT Determination no 15 of 2008]

See: Chapter 3 Part 1 Part B Division 6, Salary (Trainees)

Part 1: Permanent Force

       Column 1       Column 2                                                           Column 3
       Item           Training capacity                                                   Rate of
                                                                                           salary
                                                                                          $ a year

       1.             Normal entry recruit during basic recruit training                   $29,670

       2.             Member undergoing initial category, trade or employment
                      training:
                           0-6 months                                                     $33,909
                           6-12 months                                                    $36,028
                           12 months +                                                    $38,147

       3.             Trainee, other than a member referred to in item 2,
                      undertaking a Certificate of Technology course:
                           1st year                                                       $23,312
                           2nd year                                                       $27,551
                           3rd year                                                       $31,790

       4.             Member undertaking a combination of degree course and
                      officer training, or study in preparation for such a course:
                           while undertaking matriculation or equivalent studies          $20,720
                           1st year of training                                           $25,324
                           2nd year of training                                           $29,929
                           3rd year of training                                           $34,533
                           4th year of training                                           $39,137

       5.             Member participating in the undergraduate entry scheme:
                         with 4 years to graduation                                       $25,324
                         with 3 years to graduation                                       $29,929
                         with 2 years to graduation                                       $34,533
                         in final year                                                    $39,137
                         Year of internship (first postgraduate medical year)             $58,290




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    Column 1   Column 2                                                         Column 3
    Item       Training capacity                                                 Rate of
                                                                                  salary
                                                                                 $ a year

    6.         Member participating in the Officer Tertiary Recruitment
               Scheme who immediately before entering the scheme was
               not a member rendering continuous full-time service:
                    with 6 years to graduation                                   $20,720
                    with 5 years to graduation                                   $20,720
                    with 4 years to graduation                                   $25,324
                    with 3 years to graduation                                   $29,929
                    with 2 years to graduation                                   $34,533
                    in final year                                                $39,137

    7.         Member undergoing officer training and not undertaking a
               degree course:
                   in the case of a member of the Army or the Air Force
                   Ground Defence Officer specialisation undergoing an 18-
                   month course of military studies:
                  • for the first 6 months of the course                         $34,533
                  • for the final 12 months of the course                        $39,137

                  in the case of any other member of the Army or Air
                  Force:
                  • without a degree                                             $34,533
                  • with a degree                                                $39,137

                  in the case of a member of the Navy:
                  • 1st year                                                     $34,533
                  • 2nd year                                                     $39,137
                  • with a degree                                                $39,137

    8.         Member participating in the graduate medical scheme who
               immediately before entering the scheme was not a member
               rendering continuous full-time service:
                   1st year                                                      $49,038
                   2nd year                                                      $50,783
                   3rd year                                                      $52,605
                   4th year                                                      $54,456
                   year of internship (first postgraduate medical year)          $58,290




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                                                                                ADF Pay and Conditions




Part 2: Reserve Force


     Column 1   Column 2                                                           Column 3
     Item       Training capacity                                                   Rate of
                                                                                    salary
                                                                                    $ a day

     1.         Recruit during basic recruit training                                $70.72

     2.         Private or equivalent not having completed category training,        $83.61
                or military trade skill test

     3.         Student at Officer Training Unit:
                    without a degree                                                 $82.31
                    with a degree                                                    $93.29




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                                    ADF Pay and Conditions




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                                                                                    ADF Pay and Conditions




Schedule B.14: Specialist Officer - Aviation

[from DFRT Determination no 15 of 2008]

See: Chapter 3 Part 1 Part B Division 3, (Salary (Specialist officers))

Part 1: Officer of the Permanent Force

     Column 1       Column 2                                              Column 3      Column 4
     Item           Class                                                 Experience     Rate of
                                                                          level         salary $ a
                                                                                          year

     1.             All Aircrew Officers                                    AS 0          $70,029
                    Air Traffic Control Officers                            AS 1          $73,029
                                                                            AS 2          $76,029
                                                                            AS 3          $79,029
                                                                            AS 4          $82,029
                                                                            AS 5          $85,029
                                                                            AS 6          $88,029
                                                                            AS 7          $91,029
                                                                            AS 8          $94,029
                                                                            AS 9          $97,029
                                                                            AS 10        $100,029
                                                                            AS 11        $103,029
                                                                            AS 12        $106,029
                                                                            AS 13        $109,029
                                                                            AS 14        $112,029
                                                                            AS 15        $115,029
                                                                            AS 16        $118,029

     2.            All Aircrew Officers                                     AS 17        $121,029
                   Air Traffic Control Officers who have held a             AS 18        $123,029
                   detachment command position                              AS 19        $125,029

     3.            All Aircrew Officers                                     AS 20        $127,029
                                                                            AS 21        $129,029
                                                                            AS 22        $131,029
                                                                            AS 23        $133,029
                                                                            AS 24        $135,029

     4.            Aircrew Officers who have held the rank of               AS 25        $137,029
                   Colonel (06) and either command at Tier 1 or             AS 26        $139,029
                   Tier 2 (General Service Officer Grade 8)                 AS 27        $141,029
                                                                            AS 28        $143,029
                                                                            AS 29        $145,029




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                                                                        ADF Pay and Conditions




Part 2: Officer of the Reserve Force on non-discounted rate

    Column 1   Column 2                                       Column 3      Column 4
    Item       Class                                          Experience     Rate of
                                                              level         salary $ a
                                                                              year

    1.         All Aircrew Officers                             AS 0          $191.86
               Air Traffic Control Officers                     AS 1          $200.08
                                                                AS 2          $208.30
                                                                AS 3          $216.52
                                                                AS 4          $224.74
                                                                AS 5          $232.96
                                                                AS 6          $241.18
                                                                AS 7          $249.39
                                                                AS 8          $257.61
                                                                AS 9          $265.83
                                                                AS 10         $274.05
                                                                AS 11         $282.27
                                                                AS 12         $290.49
                                                                AS 13         $298.71
                                                                AS 14         $306.93
                                                                AS 15         $315.15
                                                                AS 16         $323.37

    2.         All Aircrew Officers                             AS 17         $331.59
               Air Traffic Control Officers who have held a     AS 18         $337.07
               detachment command position                      AS 19         $342.55

    3.         All Aircrew Officers                             AS 20         $348.02
                                                                AS 21         $353.50
                                                                AS 22         $358.98
                                                                AS 23         $364.46
                                                                AS 24         $369.94

    4.         Aircrew Officers who have held the rank of       AS 25         $375.42
               Colonel (06) and either command at Tier 1 or     AS 26         $380.90
               Tier 2 (General Service Officer Grade 8)         AS 27         $386.38
                                                                AS 28         $391.86
                                                                AS 29         $397.34




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                                                                                       ADF Pay and Conditions




   3.    A day for a Reserve member who performs duty under a shift roster, is the period of 24
         hours, beginning when the member first commences a shift on the day.

         Example: A member who attends for duty between six and 24 hours is entitled to one day's
         pay. This applies even if members of the Reserves are normally required to work the same
         daily routine as members of the Permanent Forces in the same area. Note that the six hour
         duty period (excluding meal breaks) is the minimum qualifying time for one day's Reserve
         pay, it is not the length of the Reserve working day.



3.2.12 Excess Reserve service
   1.    In this clause, excess service means any day of duty that is above the number of days
         approved in the member's annual training commitment.

   2.    A Reserve member is not entitled to salary for any period of excess service.

   3.    The member's salary for the approved days is worked out using the whole period of
         approved and excess service.

         a.        If the same rate of pay applies through the whole period, payment for approved days
                   is made at that rate of pay.

         b.        If the rate of pay increases during the period of approved days, the member is to be
                   paid the higher rate of pay for all approved days that fall on or after the date of the
                   change.

         c.        The member is to be paid at the rate that attracts the highest rate of salary in the
                   whole annual period of service, up to the number of approved days.

         d.        The following table shows how to calculate salary under paragraph c. for approved
                   days when the rate of pay changes during a period of excess service.


          Step                                                 Action

              1.     Count the number of days of excess service in the following period.

                     a. The period starts on the day of the change in the rate of pay ('the new pay rate').

                     b. The period ends on the last day of excess service at the new pay rate.

              2.     Count back in time from the first day of the Reserve member's excess service, by
                     the number of days in Step 1. Only count days the member worked.

              3.     The member may be paid the difference between the rate that was previously
                     payable for the approved days and the new pay rate, from the date worked out
                     under Step 2.




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          Example: A member is approved to work for 20 days, Monday to Friday, 1 to 26 March.
          The member works her 20 approved days, but continues the arrangement for two more
          weeks, so she actually works 30 days, until 9 April. On Monday 5 April there is a pay rise.


           Step                                                Action

            1.     The member gave 5 days of excess service between the change of the pay rate
                   (5 April) and the last day of her excess service (9 April).

            2.     Counting back 5 working days from the first day of the Reserve member's excess
                   service (29 March) gives 22 March.

            3.     The member may be paid the new pay rate from 22 March.



3.2.13 Reserve member taken to be attending for duty
          A member is taken to be on duty in the circumstances and corresponding periods described
          in the table.


          Item      If a member is...         they will be taken to be             and ending...
                                               on duty for the period
                                                      starting...
           1.     directed to attend        at the start of the journey   when the member commences
                  away from their           from where the member         duty in the other location.
                  normal place of duty      normally lives

           2.     returning to the place at the start of the return       when the member arrives at the
                  they normally live after journey to the place where     place they normally live.
                  attending for duty       the member normally lives
                  away from it                                            Example: A member of the
                                                                          Reserves travels from Canberra
                                                                          to Melbourne for a training
                                                                          course. While travelling to
                                                                          Melbourne they are taken to be
                                                                          on duty. While on the course
                                                                          they are on duty. While
                                                                          travelling home they are on
                                                                          duty.

           3.     admitted to hospital      the day when they are         on the earlier of the following
                  while parading for        admitted to hospital          days:
                  approved duty                                           a. the day when they are
                                                                          discharged from hospital; or
                                                                          b. the first day that one of dates
                                                                          in item 4 occurs.




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                                                                                       ADF Pay and Conditions




          Item        If a member is...        they will be taken to be              and ending...
                                                on duty for the period
                                                      starting...
              4.   ill or convalescing       the day that the               on the earlier of the following
                   under PERS DI(G) 16-      Commanding Officer             days:
                   21, Absence due to        approves as the first day of   a. the day:
                   illness and absence       the period of illness or       i. the period of illness or
                   for convalescence         convalescence                  convalescence authorised
                                                                            under PERS DI(G) 16-21 has
                                                                            passed; and
                                                                            ii. the member has been cleared
                                                                            for duty by a service medical
                                                                            officer;
                                                                            b. the day the Department of
                                                                            Veterans Affairs' commences
                                                                            payment to the member;
                                                                            c. the day the member starts
                                                                            civilian employment or receives
                                                                            sick leave payment from civilian
                                                                            employer;
                                                                            d. a day for which sick leave is
                                                                            payable by the member's
                                                                            employer;
                                                                            e. the day the member receives
                                                                            unemployment or a similar
                                                                            benefit from Centrelink;
                                                                            f. the day the member has
                                                                            recovered from their injury and
                                                                            parades with their unit; or
                                                                            g. the day the Department of
                                                                            Veterans Affairs' notifies the
                                                                            member that it has rejected the
                                                                            claim.



3.2.14 Member to keep records of Reserve days
   1.    A member in a category of the Reserves listed in regulation 5 of the Defence (Personnel)
         Regulations 2002 must keep a diary as evidence of the duty for which salary may be paid.

   2.    The diary must show the following facts.

         a.        The hours of duty.

         b.        The place and nature of the duty.

         c.        The authority for the performance of the duty.

         d.        Certification from the member's immediate commander that the member efficiently
                   performed the duty.




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                                                                                  ADF Pay and Conditions




3.2.15 Working out when Reserve salary must be paid
         This table outlines when a Reserve member's salary must be paid to them.


          Item               If a member…                       they are to be paid their salary
                                                                        entitlements…

           1.    attends a camp of continuous training     as soon as possible after the camp, school
                 or a military school or course for less   or course ends.
                 than six days

           2.    attends a camp of continuous training on a day approved by the formation
                 or a military school or course for more commander as soon as practicable after
                 than six days                           the camp, school or course ends.

           3.    is discharged                             as soon as practicable after the date of
                                                           discharge.

           4.    has no civil employment and requests as soon as practicable after member’s
                 the payment of salary                Commanding Officer approves the request.

           5.    is not described by items 1-4             on a monthly basis.




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Part 5: Retention and completion benefits
           Note: For all retention and completion bonuses, see this Part in the electronic publication of
           the ADF Pay and Conditions Manual (PACMAN) on the following resources.
           DEFWEB: http://intranet.defence.gov.au/pac/
           Internet: http://www.defence.gov.au/dpe/pac/


3.5.1   Overview
           This Part contains guidelines for a range of payments that encourage certain members to
           continue serving in the Permanent Forces.



3.5.2   Contents
           This Part includes the following Divisions:
           Division 1        Military superannuation and benefits scheme retention benefit
           Division 2        Additional retention bonus for other rank members
           Division 3        Air Force Logistics Officers retention bonus
           Division 4        Completion bonuses
           Division 4A       Navy—Electronics Technical (junior sailor)
           Division 5        Retention allowance
           Division 5A       Navy – Marine Technical and Electronics Technical (sailors)
           Division 6        ADF gap year – educational bonus
           Division 7        Army completion bonus scheme – various pay categories
           Division 8        Navy – Seaman Officer specialisation completion bonus
           Division 9        Army – High Readiness Reserve completion bonus
           Division 10       Air Force – High Readiness Reserve completion bonus
           Division 11       Navy – Combat Systems Operator (sailor) completion bonus
           Division 12       Navy – Communication Information Systems completion bonus
           Division 13       Navy – Acoustic Warfare Analyst and Cryptologic Systems Submarines
                             completion bonus scheme
           Division 14       Navy – Aviation Technician completion bonus
           Division 15       Navy – Aircrew retention and completion bonus scheme
           Division 16       Hydrographic Systems Manager completion bonus scheme
           Division 17       Navy – Cryptologic Linguist completion bonus scheme
           Division 18       Navy – Naval Police Coxswain completion bonus scheme
           Division 19       Army – Expansion and rank retention and completion bonus
           Division 20       Army – Critical employment category retention bonus
           Division 21       Navy – Individuals critical to Navy capability
           Division 22       Army – 1st Recruit Training Battalion recruit instructors scheme
           Division 23       Army – Trade transfer bonus
           Division 24       Navy – Recruit training instructors scheme
           Division 25       Military instructors scheme
           Division 26       Medical Officers professional development financial support scheme
           Division 27       Medical Officers retention benefit scheme
           Division 28       Army – Military instructor on temporary duty
           Division 29       Navy – Medical Officer recruitment bonus scheme
           Division 30       Army and Air Force – Targeted pilot retention bonus scheme
           Division 31       Navy – Clearance Divers and Mine Warfare Clearance Diving Officers
                             retention bonus scheme
           Division 32       Air Force – Airfield Engineering Trades retention bonus scheme




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         Division 33   Air Force – Air Traffic control Retention bonus scheme
         Division 34   Air Force – Military instructor completion bonus scheme
         Division 35   Air Force – Military instructor on Reserve service completion bonus
                       scheme




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Chapter 4: ADF allowances and reimbursements
Contents
Overview
   4.0.1        Overview                                                                          1
   4.0.2        Contents                                                                          1

Part 1: Higher duties allowance
   4.1.1        Overview                                                                          1
   4.1.2        Contents                                                                          1

   Division 1: Introduction
   4.1.3        Overview                                                                          1
   4.1.4        Contents                                                                          2
   4.1.5        Purpose                                                                           2
   4.1.6        Definitions                                                                       2

   Division 2: Eligibility to perform higher duties
   4.1.7        Member eligible to perform higher duties                                         1
   4.1.8        Member not eligible to perform higher duties                                     2
   4.1.9        Period of higher duties                                                          2
   4.1.10       Posting to higher duties                                                         2
   4.1.11       Conditions and limits on higher duties                                           3

   Division 3: How to work out the amount of higher duties allowance
   4.1.12       Purpose                                                                           1
   4.1.13       Qualifying period – member of the Permanent Forces                               1
   4.1.14       Qualifying period – member on Reserve service                                     2
   4.1.15       Qualifying period – member on assessment                                          2
   4.1.16       Amount of higher duties allowance – general                                      3
   4.1.17       Amount of higher duties allowance – exception for non-commissioned                3
                officers
   4.1.18       Amount of higher duties allowance – exception for specialist officers             4
   4.1.18A      Amount of higher duties allowance – exception for member acting in                4
                Brigadier position
   4.1.18B      Amount of higher duties allowance – transitional for other rank members          5
   4.1.19       Member on leave or returning from leave                                          6
   4.1.19A      Payment instead of leave                                                          7
   4.1.20       Partial performance and performance in a position two or more ranks               7
                higher
   4.1.21       Duties not in the ADF                                                            8

   Division 4: Termination of higher duties
   4.1.22       Early termination of higher duties                                               1
   4.1.23       Automatic termination of higher duties                                           1




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Part 2: Service allowance
   4.2.1         Overview                                                                         1
                 [from DFRT Determination No 11 of 1994]
                 Application                                                                     1
                 Allowance not payable                                                           2
                 Fortnightly and daily amounts                                                   2
                 Clause notes                                                                    3

Part 3: Qualification and occupation-based allowances
   4.3.1         Overview                                                                         1
   4.3.2         Contents                                                                         1

   Division 1: Adventurous training instructor allowance
                 Purpose                                                                         1
                 [from DFRT Determination No 15 of 1996]
                 Citation                                                                         1
                 Definitions                                                                      1
                 Adventurous training instructor allowance                                       1
                 Qualifications                                                                  2
                 Date of effect                                                                  2
                 Clause notes                                                                    3

   Annex 4.3.A   Adventurous training instructor allowance                                       1

   Division 1A: Aircrew capability allowance
                 [from DFRT Determination No 7 of 2009]
                 Commencement                                                                     1
                 Purpose                                                                          1
                 Definitions                                                                      1
                 Effective Service                                                                1
                 Member this Determination applies to                                             3
                 Member this Determination does not apply to                                      3
                 Dates for payment                                                                3
                 Amount of allowance – before 1 October 2009 (Time based placement)               3
                 Amount of allowance – on or after 1 October 2009 (Competency based               4
                 placement)
                 Amount of allowance – on or after 1 October 2009 (Aviation specialist)           5
                 Pro-rata payment of allowance                                                    6
                 Change in Rank or Employment Stream                                              6
                 Early Payment in Certain Circumstances                                           6
                 Superannuation                                                                   6




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   Division 1B: Air traffic controller capability allowance
                [from DFRT Determination No 6 of 2009]
                Commencement                                                              1
                Members this Determination applies to                                     1
                Purpose                                                                   1
                Definitions                                                               1
                Effective Service                                                         1
                Member this Determination does not apply to                               3
                Dates for payment                                                         3
                Amount of allowance                                                       3
                Pro-rata payment of allowance                                             3
                Change in Rank or Employment Stream                                       4
                Early Payment in Certain Circumstances                                    4
                Superannuation                                                            4

   Division 2: Arduous conditions allowance
                [from DFRT Determination No 12 of 1997]
                Citation                                                                  1
                Purpose                                                                  1
                Exercise of powers by Chief of the Defence Force                         1
                Definitions                                                               1
                Arduous conditions allowance                                             2
                Rates of allowance                                                       3
                Allowance not payable                                                    3
                Application                                                              4
                Clause notes                                                             5

   Division 3: Diving allowance
                Purpose                                                                  1
                [from DFRT Determination No 6 of 1998]
                Citation                                                                  1
                Commencement                                                             1
                Definitions                                                               1
                Diving allowance                                                         1
                Allowance not payable                                                    2
                Calculation of fortnightly and daily rates                               2
                Clause notes                                                             3




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   Division 4: Field allowance
                     Purpose                                                             1
                     [from DFRT Determination No 14 of 1995]
                     Citation                                                             1
                     Definitions and Interpretation                                       1
                     Application                                                         2
                     Assessment of levels of entitlements                                3
                     Allowance not payable                                               6
                     Repeal of Determination                                             6
                     Date of effect                                                      6
                     Clause notes                                                        7

   Annex 4.3.B       Guidance on eligibility for field allowance                         1

   Division 5: Flying and flight duties allowance
                     [from DFRT Determination No 13 of 2008]
                     Commencement                                                        1
                     Repeal and transition                                               1
                     Purpose                                                             1
                     Definitions                                                          1
                     Exercise of powers by CDF                                           2
                     Application                                                         3
                     Flying allowance                                                    4
                     Flight duties allowance                                              5
                     Member eligible for other allowances                                5
                     Working out fortnightly and daily rates                             6

   Division 6: ...

   Division 7: Hard lying allowance
                     Purpose                                                             1
                     [from DFRT Determination No 10 of 1996]
                     Citation                                                             1
                     Definitions                                                          1
                     Hard lying allowance                                                 2
                     Allowance not payable                                               3
                     Clause notes                                                        4




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   Division 8: Language proficiency allowance
                 Purpose                                                                          1
                 [from DFRT Determination No 14 of 1992]
                 Citation                                                                          1
                 Definition                                                                        1
                 Exercise of powers by Chief of the Defence Force                                 1
                 Application                                                                      1
                 Specified languages                                                               2
                 Rates of allowance                                                               3
                 Degree of language difficulty                                                    3
                 Payment of allowance                                                              4
                 Member to be taken to be qualified                                               4
                 Payment in special circumstances                                                  5
                 Requalification                                                                   5
                 Qualification attained at other than Australian Defence Force School of           6
                 Languages
                 Repayment of allowance                                                           6
                 Date of effect                                                                   6
                 Clause notes                                                                     7

   Division 9: Navy capability allowance
                 [from DFRT Determination No 9 of 2008]                                           1
   1             Commencement                                                                     1
   2             Purpose                                                                           1
   3             Definitions                                                                       1
   4             Exercise of powers by the Chief of Navy                                          2
   5             Conditions for eligibility                                                       2
   6             Members not eligible                                                              3
   7             Applications for the allowance                                                   3
   7A            Applying for Navy capability allowance                                           3
   8             Navy capability allowance                                                        5
   9             Arrangements if a member moves between General Service and                        6
                 Submarine Qualified categories

   Annex 4.3.C   Navy capability allowance                                                        1




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   Division 10: Paratrooper allowance
               Purpose                                                                       1
               [from DFRT Determination No 2 of 2001]
               Commencement                                                                  1
               Definitions                                                                    1
               Paratrooper Allowance – member on continuous full-time service                2
               Allowance payable after completion of certain service                          3
               Paratrooper Allowance – member of the Reserve Forces                          4
               Additional allowance for HAPO descent                                          5
               Allowance not payable                                                         5
               Fortnightly and daily rates                                                   6
               Clause notes                                                                  7

   Division 11: Seagoing allowance
               Purpose                                                                       1
               [from DFRT Determination No 1 of 1996]
               PART A – Preliminary                                                           1
               Citation                                                                       1
               Definitions                                                                    1
               Cumulative sea service                                                         2
               Interpretation                                                                 2
               PART B – Seagoing allowance                                                    3
               Application                                                                   3
               Seagoing Allowance                                                            3
               Allowance not payable                                                         4
               Calculation of fortnightly and daily amounts                                  5
               PART C – Boarding party element                                                6
               Definitions                                                                    6
               Member this Part applies to                                                   6
               Entitlement to boarding party element                                         6
               Allowance not payable                                                         6
               PART D – Commencement                                                          7
               Date of effect                                                                7
               Clause notes                                                                  8




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   Division 12: Special forces disability allowance
                 Purpose                                                                       1
                 [from DFRT Determination No 5 of 2008]
   1             Repeal and savings                                                            1
   2             Commencement                                                                  2
   3             Purpose                                                                        2
   4             Definitions                                                                    2
   5             Exercise of powers by Chief of Defence Force                                  4
   6             Member in designated special forces position                                  4
   7             Support member                                                                4
   8             Member on Reserve service                                                      5
   9             Member on designated special duty                                             5
   10            Member eligible for two allowance rates                                       5
   11            Member of the Incident Response Regiment                                      6
   12            Reserve member supplementing the Incident Response Regiment                    6
   13            Reserve service                                                                6
   14            Working out fortnightly and daily rates                                       6
                 Clause notes                                                                  7

   Annex 4.3.D   Allowance rates                                                                1

   Division 13: Allowance for Specialist operations
                 Purpose                                                                       1
                 [from DFRT Determination No 4 of 2008]
   1             Repeal and savings                                                            1
   2             Commencement                                                                  2
   3             Purpose and structure                                                          2
   4             Definitions                                                                    2
   5             Exercise of powers of Chief of Defence Force                                  3
   6             Clearance diver                                                                3
   7             Additional disability for deep diving                                          4
   8             Additional disability for experimental diving                                 4
   9             Support member to a clearance diving team                                     5
   10            Member on unpredictable explosives roster                                     6
   11            Member not on unpredictable explosives roster                                 6
   12            Member on designated special duty                                             7
   13            Member eligible for two allowance rates                                       7
   14            Reserve service                                                                8
   15            Working out fortnightly and daily rates                                       8
                 Clause notes                                                                   9

   Annex 4.3.E   Clearance diving – allowance rates                                            1
   Annex 4.3.F   Allowances for member whose duties involve unpredictable explosives of         1
                 designated special duty




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   Division 14: Submarine escape allowance
                Purpose                                                              1
                [from DFRT Determination No 21 of 1999]
                Commencement                                                         1
                Definitions                                                           1
                Submarine Escape Allowance                                            1
                Allowance not payable                                                2
                Calculation of fortnightly and daily amounts                         2
                Clause notes                                                         3

   Division 15: Submarine service allowance
                [from DFRT Determination No 14 of 2008]
                Commencement                                                         1
                Repeal and transition                                                1
                Purpose                                                              1
                Definitions                                                           1
                Exercise of powers by Chief of Defence Force                         2
                Application                                                          2
                Rate of allowance                                                    3
                Other allowances                                                     3
                Working out fortnightly and daily rates                              3



Part 4: Location allowances
   4.4.1        Overview                                                              1
   4.4.2        Contents                                                              1

   Division 1: ADF district allowance – general and rates
   4.4.3        Purpose                                                               1
   4.4.4        Definitions                                                           1
   4.4.5        Members who are entitled                                              1
   4.4.6        Members who are not entitled                                          2
   4.4.7        Period of entitlement                                                2
   4.4.8        Grading of locations                                                  3
   4.4.9        Rate of allowance – member living in                                 3
   4.4.10       Rate of allowance – member living out                                4
   4.4.10A      ...                                                                   4
   4.4.10B      ...                                                                   4




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   Division 2: ADF district allowance – movement to or from remote
   location
   4.4.11            Absence for temporary duty                                                     1
   4.4.12            On leave and returning to duty                                                 2
   4.4.13            Payment after completion of duty                                               2
   4.4.14            Posting from one remote location to another remote location                    3
   4.4.15            Posting from a remote location to non-remote location                          3
   4.4.16            Member serving a period of detention                                           4

   Division 3: Woomera allowance
   4.4.17            Purpose                                                                         1
   4.4.18            Definition                                                                      1
   4.4.19            Member who is entitled                                                         1
   4.4.20            Member who is not entitled                                                     1
   4.4.21            Period of entitlement                                                          2
   4.4.22            Rate of allowance                                                              2
   4.4.23            Absence from Woomera                                                           2

   Division 4: Port Wakefield allowance
   4.4.24            Purpose                                                                         1
   4.4.25            Definition                                                                      1
   4.4.26            Entitlement                                                                     1
   4.4.27            Member not entitled                                                            1
   4.4.28            Absence from the establishment                                                 1

   Division 5: ...

   Division 6: Scherger allowance
   4.4.38            Purpose                                                                         1
   4.4.39            Member who is eligible                                                         1
   4.4.40            Rate of allowance                                                              1
   4.4.41            ...                                                                             1

   Division 7: Allowances for services in Antarctica – overview
   4.4.42            Purpose                                                                         1
   4.4.43            Definitions – general                                                           1
   4.4.44            Definition – day of embarkation                                                1
   4.4.45            Definition – day of disembarkation                                             2




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   Division 8: Allowances for services in Antarctica – Antarctic allowance
   4.4.46        Purpose                                                              1
   4.4.47        Member this Division applies to                                      1
   4.4.47A       Member this Division does not apply to                              1
   4.4.48        Rate of allowance                                                    1
   4.4.49        Period of entitlement                                                2
   4.4.50        Effect of receiving other allowances                                 2
   4.4.51        Member on long service leave                                         2
   4.4.52        Recreation leave after duty in Antarctica                            2

   Division 9: Allowances for services in Antarctica – Common duties
   allowance
   4.4.53        Entitlement                                                          1

   Division 10: Allowances for services in Antarctica – Antarctic parity
   allowance
   4.4.54        Purpose                                                              1
   4.4.55        Definitions                                                          1
   4.4.56        Member this Division applies to                                      1
   4.4.57        Entitlement                                                          1
   4.4.58        Entitlement period                                                   1

   Annex 4.4.A   Remote locations for ADF district allowance                         1


Part 5: Meal allowance
   4.5.1         Overview                                                             1
   4.5.2         Purpose                                                              1
   4.5.3         Member this Part applies to                                          1
   4.5.4         Meal allowance not paid                                              1
   4.5.5         Meal period – definition                                             2
   4.5.6         Member who lives in                                                  2
   4.5.7         Member who lives out                                                 2
   4.5.8         Country applicants to the ADF                                        3
   4.5.9         Rates of allowance                                                   3




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Part 6: Additional remuneration for star rank officers
   4.6.1        Purpose                                                                             1
   4.6.2        Member this Part applies to                                                         1
   4.6.3        Definitions                                                                         1
   4.6.4        Air ticket may be downgraded to fund extra ticket for travel within Australia       2
   4.6.5        Membership of airline club                                                          2
   4.6.6        Home computing facilities                                                           2
   4.6.7        Mobile telephone                                                                    3
   4.6.8        ...                                                                                 3
   4.6.9        ...                                                                                 3
   4.6.10       Parking space                                                                       3
   4.6.11       ...                                                                                 3

Part 7: Training payments
   4.7.1        Overview                                                                            1
   4.7.2        Contents                                                                            1

   Division 1: Trainee's dependant allowance
   4.7.3        Purpose                                                                             1
   4.7.4        Definition                                                                          1
   4.7.5        Members this Division applies to                                                    1
   4.7.6        When this Division does not apply                                                  1
   4.7.7        Rate of entitlement                                                                 2
   4.7.8        Dual entitlement                                                                    2

   Division 2: Medical residency – additional salary
   4.7.9        Purpose                                                                             1
   4.7.10       Members this Division applies to                                                    1
   4.7.11       Rate of entitlement                                                                 1
   4.7.12       Payment for accrued leave                                                           1
   4.7.13       Conditions of entitlement                                                           2

   Division 3: Former medical or dental officer – refresher training
   4.7.14       Purpose                                                                             1
   4.7.15       Definition                                                                          1
   4.7.16       Members this Division applies to                                                    1
   4.7.17       Conditions for refresher training payment                                           2
   4.7.18       Amount of payment                                                                   2

   Division 4: Australian Defence Force Academy textbooks
   4.7.19       Purpose                                                                             1
   4.7.20       Member this Part applies to                                                         1
   4.7.21       Textbook benefit                                                                    1




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   Division 5: In-service medical officers – refresher training
   4.7.22       Purpose                                                                       1
   4.7.23       Members this Division applies to                                              1
   4.7.24       Conditions of training                                                        1
   4.7.25       Additional allowance                                                          1
   4.7.26       Expenses associated with training                                             2

   Division 6: Trainee allowance
                [From DFRT Determination No. 26 of 2008]
                Commencement                                                                  1
                Purpose                                                                       1
                Member who is eligible for Trainee Allowance                                  1
                Member who is not eligible for Trainee Allowance                              1
                Rate of Allowance                                                             2
                Working out Fortnightly and Daily Rates                                      2

Part 8: Reserves and Cadets
   4.8.1        Overview                                                                      1
   4.8.2        Contents                                                                      1

   Division 1: Legal officer sessional fee
   4.8.3        Purpose                                                                       1
   4.8.3A       Definition                                                                    1
   4.8.4        Members this Division applies to                                              1
   4.8.5        Duties attracting a sessional fee                                             1
   4.8.6        Sessional fee and Reserve salary                                              4
   4.8.7        Amount of sessional fee                                                       5

   Division 2: Airfield Defence Guards (annual proficiency bonus)
   4.8.8        Purpose                                                                       1
   4.8.9        Members this Division applies to                                              1
   4.8.10       Conditions of entitlement                                                     1
   4.8.11       Rate and date of entitlement                                                  2
   4.8.12       Preservation of entitlement on transfer                                       2

   Division 3: Emergency Forces gratuity and Army Individual Emergency
   Reserve entitlements – transitional provisions
   4.8.13       Cessation                                                                     1
   4.8.14       Definitions                                                                   1
   4.8.15       Emergency Forces call-out gratuity                                           1
   4.8.16       Former Army Individual Emergency Reserve – recovery of payment for            2
                enlistment
   4.8.17       Former Army Individual Emergency Reserve – efficiency allowance              3




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   Division 4: Army's Reserve Response Force – annual bonus
   4.8.18        Definitions                                                                     1
   4.8.19        Eligible member                                                                 1
   4.8.20        Entitlement                                                                     2

   Division 5: Attendance allowance
   4.8.21        Purpose                                                                         1
   4.8.22        Definitions                                                                     1
   4.8.23        Member this Division applies to                                                 1
   4.8.24        Member this Division does not apply to                                         1
   4.8.25        Period of entitlement                                                           2
   4.8.26        Amount of allowance                                                             2
   4.8.27        Travel beyond 120 kilometres                                                   2
   4.8.28        Vehicle allowance not payable                                                   3

   Division 6: Cadet forces allowance
   4.8.28A       Purpose                                                                         1
   4.8.29        Person this Division applies to                                                 1
   4.8.30        Period and rate of payment                                                      2
   4.8.30A       Rate of allowance on advancement from other rank                               3
   4.8.31        Travelling, meal and vehicle allowance                                          4

   Division 7: Health support allowance – Reserves
   4.8.32        Purpose                                                                         1
   4.8.33        Definitions                                                                     1
   4.8.34        High Readiness Reserve health support allowance                                 2
   4.8.35        Active and Specialist Reserve health support allowance                         3
   4.8.36        Payment instead of Active and Specialist Reserve health support allowance       5

   Division 8: Reserve allowance
                 [from DFRT Determination No 22 of 2008]
                 Commencement                                                                    1
                 Repeal                                                                          1
                 Definitions                                                                     1
                 Application                                                                     1
                 Reserve Service Allowance                                                       1

   Annex 4.8.A   High Readiness Reserve health support allowance claim form                      1
   Annex 4.8.B   Naval Reserve Annual Health Declaration                                         1




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Part 9: Life insurance – additional risk insurance
   4.9.1        Purpose                                                                1
   4.9.2        Members entitled                                                       1
   4.9.3        Members not entitled                                                   1
   4.9.4        Amount of reimbursement                                                1
   4.9.5        Timing of reimbursement                                                2


Part 10: Other allowances – links
                Overview                                                               1
                Contents                                                               1

   Division 1: Uniform allowance
   4.10.1       Overview                                                               1

   Division 2: Travel related allowances
   4.10.2       Overview                                                               1
   4.10.3       Travel card and travelling allowance                                   1
   4.10.4       Vehicle allowance                                                      1
   4.10.5       Aircraft allowance                                                     1

   Division 3: Housing allowances
   4.10.6       Overview                                                               1

   Division 4: Relocation allowances
   4.10.7       Overview                                                               1
   4.10.8       See also                                                               1
   4.10.9       Separation allowance                                                   1
   4.10.10      Disturbance allowance                                                  1

   Division 5: Overseas allowances
   4.10.11      Overview                                                               1
   4.10.12      Travelling costs for short-term duty overseas                          1
   4.10.13      Equipment costs                                                        1
   4.10.14      Overseas living allowances                                             1
   4.10.15      Hardship allowance                                                     1
   4.10.16      Transfer allowance                                                     1




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Part 3: Qualification and occupation-based allowances

4.3.1   Overview
           A range of allowances are paid to members based on their qualifications and occupation.


4.3.2   Contents
           This Part includes the following Divisions:
           Division 1     Adventurous training instructor allowance
                          Annex 4.3.A: Adventurous training instructor allowance
           Division 1A Aircrew capability allowance
           Division 1B Air traffic controller capability allowance
           Division 2     Arduous conditions allowance
           Division 3     Diving allowance
           Division 4     Field allowance
                          Annex 4.3.B: Guidance on eligibility for field allowance
           Division 5     Flying and flight duties allowance
           Division 6     ...
           Division 7     Hard lying allowance
           Division 8     Language proficiency allowance
           Division 9     Navy capability allowance
                          Annex 4.3.C: Navy capability allowance
           Division 10 Paratrooper allowance
           Division 11 Seagoing allowance
           Division 12 Special Forces disability allowance
                          Annex 4.3.D: Allowance rates
           Division 13 Allowance for Specialist Operations
                          Annex 4.3.E: Clearance diving – allowance rates
                          Annex 4.3.F: Allowances for members whose duties involve unpredictable
                          explosives of designated special duty
           Division 14 Submarine escape allowance
           Division 15 Submarine service allowance




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Division 1A: Aircrew capability allowance

[From DFRT Determination No 7 of 2009]


Commencement
    1.     This Determination commences on 1 October 2009.



Purpose
    2.     This Determination provides a supplement to the salary of certain aircrew members for a
           period of up to two years to meet ADF capability demands.



Definitions
    3.     The following table defines terms used in this Determination.


            Term                                          Definition
   Aviation specialist      A member who is placed in the structure set out under DFRT
                            Determination No. 5 of 2009, Officer Aviation Specialist Structure.
                            See: Chapter 3 Part 1 Part B Division 3
   Rank                     Includes equivalent rank.
   DFRT                     Defence Force Remuneration Tribunal.


Effective Service
    4.     For the purposes of this determination, effective service means service that meets all these
           conditions.

           (a)    It is continuous full time service;

           (b)    It is paid.

                  Exception: Unpaid leave of less than 21 calendar days.

           (c)    It is not counted as a period of ineffective service under clause 5.




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   5.     The table below lists a range of leave types and activities and sets out how a period of
          leave or activity affects determination of a period of effective service.


 Item                              Activity                                               Effect
   1.    Part time leave without pay                                         The paid component counts
                                                                             as effective service.
  2.     Leave at full pay.                                                  The whole period of the leave
                                                                             counts as effective service.
         Examples: Recreation leave, full pay long service leave.
  3.     Unpaid leave for less than 21 calendar days.
         Examples: Leave without pay, maternity leave without pay.
  4.     Unpaid leave for 21 days or more.                                   The whole period does not
                                                                             count as effective service.
  5.     Absence without leave.
  6      Imprisonment, detention or suspension from duty without
         pay.
  7.     A period when the member is discharging an undertaking
         for service, under the Military Superannuation and Benefits
         Act 1991
  8.     A period when the member is discharging a period of
         service determined by the Service Chiefs under the
         Defence (Personnel) Regulations 2002 which a member
         must complete in relation to initial training or qualification or
         appointment.
  9.     A period when the member is discharging a return of
         service obligation or undertaking for service associated with
         any of the following bonus schemes determined under s.58
         of the Defence Act 1903 in Defence Determination No 15.
         of 2008:
         a. Navy – Aircrew Retention and Completion Bonus; or
         b. Army and Air Force – Targeted Pilot Retention Bonus
         Scheme; or
         c. Army – Expansion and Rank retention and Completion
         Bonus.
  10.    A period after which the member has been issued with a
         notice of termination of service on disciplinary grounds.
  11     Leave at half pay.                                                  Half the period of leave counts
                                                                             as effective service.
         Example: Long service leave at half pay or maternity leave
         at half pay.




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Member this Determination applies to
   6.     A member may be eligible for a payment under this Determination if the member is a
          qualified member of one of the following employment categories:

          (a)   Navy Pilot;

          (b)   Navy Observer;

          (c)   Army Pilot;

          (d)   Air Force Pilot;

          (e)   Air Force Air Combat Officer who is qualified as a Flight Test Systems Specialist.



Member this Determination does not apply to
   7.     A member is not eligible for any payment under this Determination if prior to a date listed in
          clause 8 the member:

          (a)   has been issued with a notice of termination of Service on disciplinary grounds; or

          (b)   discharges from full time service (except in circumstances provided for in clause 14);
                or

          (c)   undertakes a voluntary transfer of employment category to a category not listed at
                clause 6 above.



Dates for payment
   8.     A member described in clause 6 is to be paid an amount of allowance on any of the
          following dates:

          (a)   1 April 2010;

          (b)   1 October 2010;

          (c)   1 April 2011;

          (d)   1 October 2011.



Amount of allowance – before 1 October 2009 (Time based placement)
   9.1    This clause applies to a member who is:

          (a)   described by any of the table Notes items 1 to 7 of Part 1 of Schedule B2 of DFRT
                Determination No. 15 of 2008; and

                See: Part 1 of Schedule B.2, Officer pay grades

          (b)   is described under clause 6 (a), (b), (c) or (d); and

          (c)   is not an Aviation specialist.




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   9.2   If the member provides effective service for the six months before a date listed in clause 8,
         then the amount listed for the member’s rank in the following table is payable to the
         member.


           Item         A member with the rank              is to be paid this amount...
                           (equivalent) of…
               1.      Captain                                         $8,500
                       Major                                           $10,000
                       Lieutenant Colonel                              $7,500
                       Colonel                                         $1,000



   9.3   This clause applies to a member who is:

         (a)        described by any of the table Notes items 1 to 7 of Part 1 of Schedule B2 of DFRT
                    Determination No. 15 of 2008; and

                    See: Part 1 of Schedule B.2, Officer pay grades

         (b)        is described under clause 6 (e); and

         (c)        is not an Aviation Specialist.

   9.4   If the member provides effective service for the six months before a date listed in clause 8,
         then the amount listed for the member’s rank in the following table is payable to the
         member.


           Item         A member with the rank              is to be paid this amount...
                           (equivalent) of…
               1.      Captain                                         $6,000
                       Major                                           $6,000
                       Lieutenant Colonel                              $4,000
                       Colonel                                         $2,000


Amount of allowance – on or after 1 October 2009 (Competency based placement)
  10.1   This clause applies to a member who:

         (a)        is described under clause 6 (a), (b), (c) or (d) on or after 1 October 2009; and

         (b)        is not an Aviation specialist; and

         (c)        is not described by any of the table Notes items 1 to 7 of Part 1 of Schedule B2 of
                    DFRT Determination No. 15 of 2008.

                    See: Part 1 of Schedule B.2, Officer pay grades




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  10.2    If the eligible member under clause 10.1 provides effective service for the six months before
          a date listed in clause 8, then the amount listed for the member’s rank in the following table
          is payable to the member.


            Item         A member with the rank               is to be paid this amount...
                            (equivalent) of…
                1.      Captain                                          $17,000
                        Major                                            $16,000
                        Lieutenant Colonel                                $9,000
                        Colonel                                           $2,000



  10.3    This clause applies to a member who:

          (a)        is described under clause 6 (e) on or after 1 October 2009; and

          (b)        is not an Aviation specialist; and

          (c)        is not described by any of the table Notes items 1 to 7 of Part 1 of Schedule B2 of
                     DFRT Determination No. 15 of 2008.

                     See: Part 1 of Schedule B.2, Officer pay grades

  10.4    If the eligible member under clause 10.3 provides effective service for the six months before
          a date listed in clause 8, then the amount listed for the member’s rank in the following table
          is payable to the member.


            Item         A member with the rank               is to be paid this amount...
                            (equivalent) of…
                1.      Captain                                          $14,500
                        Major                                            $12,000
                        Lieutenant Colonel                                $5,500
                        Colonel                                           $4,000


Amount of allowance – on or after 1 October 2009 (Aviation specialist)
  11.1    This clause applies to a member who:

          (a)        is described under clause 6 (a), (b), (c), or (d); and

          (b)        is an Aviation specialist on or after 1 October 2009, and

          (c)        provides effective service for the six months before a date listed in clause 8, then
                     $6,000 is payable to the member.

  11.2    This clause applies to a member who:

          (a)        is described under clause 6 (e); and

          (b)        is an Aviation specialist on or after 1 October 2009, and

          (c)        provides effective service for the six months before a date listed in clause 8, then
                     $4,000 is payable to the member.


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Pro-rata payment of allowance
   12.    If an eligible member to whom clause 9, 10 or 11 refers has not provided effective service
          for the whole of the six-month period, a part of the allowance that corresponds to the portion
          of the period provided as effective service is payable to the member.



Change in Rank or Employment Stream
  13.1    A member may change rank or employment stream during a period of effective service
          relevant to a payment under this determination.

  13.2    If a change in rank or employment stream would change the rate of allowance payable to
          the member in accordance with clauses 9, 10, and 11, the member is entitled to pro rata
          payment for the period of effective service provided by the member within each rank or
          employment stream.



Early Payment in Certain Circumstances
  14.1    This clause applies if a member does not render the required period of effective service in
          relation to the payment of an allowance under this determination because the member:

          (a)   dies; or

          (b)   The CDF considers that the member ceased to be eligible for reasons beyond their
                control.

  14.2    The member (or if the member has died, the member’s legal representative) is entitled to a
          pro rata payment for the period of effective service provided by the member.



Superannuation
   15.    To avoid doubt, this allowance is not part of a member’s salary.




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Division 1B: Air traffic controller capability allowance

[From DFRT Determination No 6 of 2009]


Commencement
    1.          This Determination commences on 1 October 2009.



Members this Determination applies to
    2.          A member may be eligible for an allowance under this Determination, for service in an air
                traffic controller employment category.



Purpose
    3.          This Determination provides a supplement to the salary of members in the air traffic
                controller employment category for a period of up to two years to meet ADF capability
                demands.



Definitions
    4.          This table defines the terms used in this Determination:


                Term                                         Definition
         Aviation specialist    A member who is placed in the structure set out under DFRT
                                Determination No. 5 of 2009, Officer Aviation Specialist Structure.
                                See: Chapter 3 Part 1 Part B Division 3
         Rank                   Includes equivalent rank.
         DFRT                   Defence Force Remuneration Tribunal.


Effective Service
   5.1          For the purpose of this determination, effective service means service by a member in an
                air traffic controller employment category that meets all these conditions:

                (a)   It is continuous full time service and the member is entitled to pay grade 6, 7 or 8.

                (b)   It is paid.

                      Exception: Unpaid leave of less than 21 calendar days.

                (c)   It is not counted as a period of ineffective service under clause 5.2.




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  5.2    This table lists a range of leave types and activities and sets out how a period of leave or
         activity affects determination of a period of effective service.


  Item                      Activity                                       Effect
    1.    Part time leave without pay                      The paid component counts as effective
                                                           service.
   2.     Leave at full pay.                               The whole period of the leave counts as
                                                           effective service.
          Examples: Recreation leave, full pay long
          service leave.
   3.     Unpaid leave for less that 21 calendar
          days.
          Examples: Leave without pay, maternity
          leave without pay.
   4.     Unpaid leave for 21 days or more.                This whole period does not count as
                                                           effective service.
   5.     Absence without leave.
   6.     Imprisonment, detention or suspension
          from duty without pay.
   7.     A period when the member is discharging
          an undertaking for service under the
          Military Superannuation and Benefits Act
          1991.
   8.     A period when the member is discharging a
          period of service determined by the Chief of
          Air Force under the Defence (Personnel)
          Regulations 2002 which a member must
          complete in relation to initial training or
          qualification or appointment.
   9.     A period when the member is discharging
          an undertaking for further service
          associated with Defence Determination
          2008/52, Air Force – Air Traffic Control
          Retention Bonus Scheme.
   10.    A period after which the member has been
          issued with a notice of termination of
          service on disciplinary grounds.
   11.    Leave at half pay.                               Half the period of leave counts as effective
                                                           service.
          Example: Long service leave at half pay,
          maternity leave at half pay.




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Member this Determination does not apply to
   6.      A member is not eligible for payment under this Determination if prior to the date listed in
           clause 7 the member:

           (a)   has been issued with a notice of termination of Service on disciplinary grounds; or

           (b)   discharges from full time service (except in circumstances provided for in clause 11);
                 or

           (c)   undertakes a voluntary transfer of employment category.



Dates for payment
   7.      A member is to be paid an amount of allowance if they are in an air traffic controller
           employment category

           (a)   1 April 2010;

           (b)   1 October 2010;

           (c)   1 April 2011;

           (d)   1 October 2011.



Amount of allowance
   8.      A member in an air traffic controller employment category is entitled to be paid the amount
           that corresponds to their rank or circumstances under the table if they provide effective
           service for the six months prior to a payment date listed in clause 7.


         Item                    A member who is…                        is to be paid this amount…

          1.     a Flight Lieutenant                                    $12,000
          2.     a Squadron Leader                                      $14,000
          3.     a Wing Commander                                       $10,000
          4.     a Group Captain                                        $5,000
          5.     an air traffic controller in the aviation specialist   $7,500
                 stream, for the purpose of Division B.3 of
                 Determination No.15 of 2008, Salaries.


Pro-rata payment of allowance
   9.      If an eligible member to whom clause 8 refers has not provided effective service for the
           whole of the six month period, a part of the allowance that corresponds to the portion of the
           period provided as effective service is payable to the member.




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Change in Rank or Employment Stream
  10.1   A member may change rank or employment stream during a period of effective service
         relevant to a payment under this determination.

  10.2   If a change in rank or employment stream would change the rate of allowance payable to
         the member in accordance with clause 8, the member is entitled to a pro rata payment for
         the period of effective service provided by the member within each rank or employment
         stream.



Early Payment in Certain Circumstances
  11.1   This clause applies if a member does not render the required period of effective service in
         relation to the payment of an allowance under this determination because the member:

         (a)   dies; or

         (b)   the CDF considers that the member ceased to be eligible for reasons beyond their
               control.

  11.2   The member (or if the member has died, the members legal representative) is entitled to a
         pro rata payment for the period of effective service provided by the member.



Superannuation
  12.1   To avoid doubt, this allowance is not part of a member’s salary.




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Application
    6.1      A member may be eligible for flying allowance if:
             (a)    the member is liable to fly; and
             (b)    the member is in an employment category that requires flying qualification,
                    experience or skill.
    6.2      For paragraph 6.1(a), a member is taken to be liable to fly in any period when the
             following circumstances apply to the member:
             (a)    for a member of the Permanent Force posted to a flying or flying related
                    position — the CDF has not advised that the liability is withdrawn;
             (b)    for a member of the Reserves posted to a flying or flying-related position —
                    the CDF has not advised that the liability is withdrawn;
             (c)    for a member of the Reserves not posted to a flying or flying-related position
                    — the CDF has advised the member that the member has a liability to fly.


Persons who can make the decision under paragraph 6.2.c on behalf of the CDF:
Director General Navy Personnel and Training
Commander Career Management – Army
Director General Personnel – Air Force




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Flying allowance
   7.     A member eligible for flying allowance will be paid at the relevant rate for the
          member’s rank and circumstances in the following table.


          Item       A member who is...              and is at this rank...      will be paid this
                                                                                      rate of
                                                                                 allowance ($)...

           1.    undergoing flying training in a. O-7         Commodore          6,008 a year.
                 order to become a qualified                  Brigadier
                 member                                       Air
                                                              Commodore

                                                 b. up to     any rank below 7,010 a year.
                                                    O-6       Commodore
                                                              Brigadier
                                                              Air
                                                              Commodore

           2.    a qualified member posted to a. O-7          Commodore          6,008 a year.
                 a designated flying position                 Brigadier
                                                              Air
                                                              Commodore

                                                 b. up to     any rank below 7,010 a year.
                                                    O-6       Commodore
                                                              Brigadier
                                                              Air
                                                              Commodore

           3.    assigned for duty as aircrew a. O-7 or Commodore                16.46 a day.
                 but not posted to a designated  O-8    Brigadier
                 flying position                        Air
                                                        Commodore
                                                        and above

                                                 b. up to     any rank below 19.21 a day.
                                                    O-6       Commodore
                                                              Brigadier
                                                              Air
                                                              Commodore




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          Item        A member who is...               and is at this rank...      will be paid this
                                                                                        rate of
                                                                                   allowance ($)...

           4.    on Reserve service and            a. O-7 or Commodore             16.46 a day.
                 required to perform any of           O-8    Brigadier
                 the following duties.                       Air
                                                             Commodore
                 a. Flying.                                  and above
                 b. Stand by to fly on search b. up to          any rank below 19.21 a day.
                    and rescue duties.           O-6            Commodore
                 c. Duties relating to the                      Brigadier
                    operation of an aircraft in                 Air
                    which the member is                         Commodore
                    rostered to fly.

Flight duties allowance
   8.1    Flight duties allowance at the rate of $18.68 a day is payable to a member who is
          required to perform flight duties.
   8.2    The member is to be paid flight duties allowance for every day of a period in which
          the member meets both the following conditions:
          (a)    the member must perform flight duties on a Service aircraft; and
          (b)    the member must perform the flight duties as often and for as long as aircrew
                 are required to perform duties on that aircraft.


Member eligible for other allowances
   9.1    Flight duties allowance is not payable to a member for any period for which the
          member is paid paratrooper allowance under Determination No. 2 of 2001,
          Paratrooper Allowance.
   9.2    Determination No. 4 of 2008, Allowance for Specialist Operations, and
          Determination No. 5 of 2008, Special Forces Disability Allowance, prescribe
          whether a member receiving either of those allowances may also be paid Flying and
          Flight Duties Allowance.
          See:
          Division 13, Allowance for specialist operations
          Division 12, Special forces disability allowance




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Working out fortnightly and daily rates
  10.1    Annual rates of flying allowance are payable on a fortnightly basis.
  10.2    Where any payment is made to a member fortnightly, the fortnightly rate of payment
          is to be calculated in accordance with the following formula:

          (A x 14) ÷ 365
          where A is the annual rate of payment.
  10.3    The daily rate of an annual payment is one fourteenth part of the fortnightly rate of
          payment.




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DETERMINATION NO 13 OF 2008 – CLAUSE NOTES

 Clause   Amendments

   7.     Amended by: DFRT No. 8 of 2009.




FOOTNOTE – 13 OF 2008
   1.     DFRT Determination No. 13 of 2008 has been amended by DFRT Determination No. 8 of
          2009.




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8   Member on Reserve service
          A qualified SAS member or qualified commando who is on Reserve service is to be
          paid the daily rate of allowance listed in column 5 for the member's position in
          column 2 of Schedule 1, for each day or part day that the member performs duty in
          any of the following units.
          See: Schedule 1 can be found in Annex 4.3.D, Allowance rates

          a.    Special Forces Training Centre.
          b.    4RAR.
          c.    SASR.
          d.    1st Commando Regiment.


9   Member on designated special duty
    1.    This clause applies to a member on designated special duty.
    2.    The member is to be paid the allowance at the relevant daily rate listed at column 5
          of items 19, 20 or 21 of Schedule 1.
          See: Schedule 1 can be found in Annex 4.3.D, Allowance rates

    3.    For any period in which an amount is payable under this clause, deployment and
          international campaign allowances are not payable and subclause 10.2 applies.


10 Member eligible for two allowance rates
    1.    A member who is eligible for allowance for specialist operations and special forces
          disability allowance for the same period is to be paid the special forces disability
          allowance but not the allowance for specialist operations.
    2.    If a member is paid special forces disability allowance, the effect on the member's
          eligibility (if any) for the following disability allowances determined under section
          58H of the Defence Act 1903 is prescribed in column 6 of Schedule 1.
          a.    Adventurous training instructor allowance.
          b.    Arduous conditions allowance.
          c.    Diving allowance.
          d.    Field allowance.
          e.    Flight duties allowance.
          f.    Flying allowance.




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          g.    Hard lying allowance.
          h.    Paratrooper allowance.
          i.    Seagoing allowance.
          j.    Subject to subclause 10.1 – Allowance for specialist operations.
                See: Division 13, Allowance for Specialist Operations

          k.    Submarine escape allowance.
          l.    Submarine service allowance.


11 Member of the Incident Response Regiment
          A member who performs continuous full-time service in a designated position in the
          Incident Response Regiment is to be paid the allowance at the rate listed in
          column 4 or 5 for the member's position under Schedule 1.
          See: Schedule 1 can be found in Annex 4.3.D, Allowance rates



12 Reserve member supplementing the Incident Response Regiment
          A member of the Reserve Forces who is used to supplement the Incident Response
          Regiment on an exercise or operation is to be paid the allowance at the daily rate
          listed in column 5 for the member's position under Schedule 1.
          See: Schedule 1 can be found in Annex 4.3.D, Allowance rates



13 Reserve service
          To avoid doubt, the relevant rate of allowance under this Determination for a
          member who performs Reserve service is the daily rate.


14 Working out fortnightly and daily rates
   1.     Annual rates of the allowance are payable on a fortnightly basis.
   2.     A fortnightly amount for the purpose of subclause 1 is worked out using these steps.
          See: Schedule 1 can be found in Annex 4.3.D, Allowance rates

          a.    Multiply the annual rate of payment by 14.
          b.    Divide that amount by 365.
          c.    The result is the fortnightly rate of payment.
   3.     The daily rate of any payment is worked out as one fourteenth part of the fortnightly
          rate of payment, rounded to the nearest cent.



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DETERMINATION NO 5 OF 2008 – CLAUSE NOTES

 Clause   Amendments

   9.     Substituted by: DFRT No. 8 of 2009.

  10.     Amended by: DFRT No. 17 of 2008.

Schedule 1

          Amended by: DFRT No. 10 of 2008. Substituted by: DFRT No. 24 of 2008; No. 8 of 2009.




FOOTNOTE – 5 OF 2008
   1.     DFRT Determination No. 5 of 2008 has been amended by DFRT Determination Nos. 10, 17
          and 24 of 2008; No. 8 of 2009.




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Annex 4.3.D: Allowance rates
[Schedule 1 to DFRT Determination No 5 of 2008]
See: Chapter 4 Part 3 Division 12

Column             Column 2           Column 3    Column 4     Column 5           Column 6
   1

  Item        Member’s position         Tier        Annual     Daily rate    Effect of disability
                                                    rate ($)      ($)          on other s.58H
                                                                            disability allowances

    1.      Qualified SAS member          1         33,132       90.77      Other disability
                                                                            allowances are not
                                                                            payable.

    2.      SAS Reinforcement on          1         33,132       90.77      Other disability
            deployment                                                      allowances are not
                                                                            payable.

    3.      Qualified Commando            2         26,506       72.62      Other disability
                                                                            allowances are not
                                                                            payable.

    4.      Commando                      2         26,506       72.62      Other disability
            Reinforcement on                                                allowances are not
            deployment                                                      payable.

    5.      Qualified TAG                 2         26,506       72.62      Other disability
            Clearance Diver                                                 allowances are not
                                                                            payable.

    6.      SAS Reservist                 3            -         54.47      Other disability
                                                                            allowances are not
                                                                            payable.

    7.      SAS Reinforcement             3         19,882       54.47      Other disability
                                                                            allowances are not
                                                                            payable.

    8.      Qualified Commando            3            -         54.47      Other disability
            Reservist                                                       allowances are not
                                                                            payable.

    9.      Qualified Commando in         3         19,882       54.47      Other disability
            1st Commando                                                    allowances are not
            Regiment (not on short                                          payable.
            notice to move)

   10.      Commando                      3         19,882       54.47      Other disability
            Reinforcement                                                   allowances are not
                                                                            payable.

   11.      Special Forces Training       3         19,882       54.47      Other disability
            Centre Instructor                                               allowances are not
                                                                            payable.

   12.      Trainee TAG Clearance         3         19,882       54.47      Other disability
            Diver                                                           allowances are not
                                                                            payable.



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Column         Column 2           Column 3    Column 4     Column 5           Column 6
   1

 Item      Member’s position        Tier        Annual     Daily rate    Effect of disability
                                                rate ($)      ($)          on other s.58H
                                                                        disability allowances

  13.    TAG Medic                    5         12,592       34.50      Other disability
                                                                        allowances may apply
                                                                        if member is eligible.

  14.    TAG Ammunition               5         12,592       34.50      Other disability
         Technician                                                     allowances may apply
                                                                        if member is eligible.

  15.    Incident Response            4         16,566       45.39      Other disability
         Regiment Disablement                                           allowances may apply
         Technician                                                     if member is eligible.

  16.    Incident Response            5         12,592       34.50      Other disability
         Regiment Operator                                              allowances may apply
         (medical/                                                      if member is eligible.
         decontamination or
         search)

  17.    Incident Response            5         12,592       34.50      Other disability
         Regiment Operator                                              allowances may apply
         (Incident site)                                                if member is eligible.

  18.    Support Member               6          6,630       18.16      Other disability
         (including a member of                                         allowances may apply
         Special Forces Signals                                         if member is eligible.
         Squadron)

  19.    Member on designated         -            -        199.43      Other disability
         special duty                                                   allowances are not
                                                                        payable.

  20.    Member on designated         -            -        128.50      Other disability
         special duty – rate B                                          allowances are not
                                                                        payable.

  21.    Member on designated         -            -         77.10      Other disability
         special duty – rate C                                          allowances are not
                                                                        payable.




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      2.     The member is to be paid experimental diving allowance for the grade of dive
             performed at the relevant rate in the following table.
             a.     For each dive – at the rate specified in column 3 of the table.
             b.     For each hour or part hour duration of each – dive at the rate specified in
                    column 4 of the table.


    Column 1                         Column 2                          Column 3            Column 4
     Grade                     Description of grade                   Rate for each        Additional
                                                                          dive               rate
                                                                             $                   $

       1          A dive (other than a deep dive) using in-service       176.44               17.64
                  equipment and approved Service procedures

       2          A deep dive using in-service equipment and             294.10               32.33
                  approved Service procedures

       3          A dive (other than a deep dive) using non-             477.91               51.46
                  service equipment or procedures which
                  significantly extend the limited of physiological
                  knowledge

       4          A deep dive using non-service equipment or             955.78              161.76
                  procedures which significantly extend the limit
                  of physiological knowledge or data involving
                  saturation diving


9    Support member to a clearance diving team
             A support member to a clearance diving team is to be paid the allowance at the
             relevant rate listed in column 3 or 4 for the member's position in Schedule 1.
             See: Schedule 1 can be found in Annex 4.3.E, Clearance diving – allowance rates




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10 Member on unpredictable explosives roster
     1.      This clause applies to a member who is on a roster to search for or render safe
             unpredictable explosives.
     2.      For the purpose of this clause, the CDF may determine that a member’s roster is in
             one of the following patterns.
             a.     A continuous roster, when the member is required because of the small
                    number of qualified members to be on call on a daily basis for the full period
                    of the posting with no respite.
             b.     A cyclic roster, when the member is on call and liable for recall at short notice
                    for a pre-determined period of time, then relieved of those duties for a pre-
                    determined period of time, before resuming those duties in a repeat of this
                    cycle.
     3.      A member on an unpredictable explosives roster is to be paid the relevant rate of
             allowance in column 3 or 4 for the member's position listed in Schedule 2.
             See: Schedule 2 can be found in Annex 4.3.F, Allowances for members whose duties
             involve unpredictable explosives of designated special duty



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 10.2 on behalf of the CDF:
Commander Australian Navy Mine Warfare and Clearance Diving Group
Deputy Director Explosive Ordnance Services, Joint Logistics Group
Deputy Director Weapons


11 Member not on unpredictable explosives roster
     1.      This clause applies to a member, other than a member referred to in clause 10, who
             is required on a day to search for or render safe unpredictable explosives.
     2.      For each day on which the member is required under subclause 11.1, the member is
             to be paid the allowance at the daily rate listed in column 4 for the member's duties
             in Schedule 2.
             See: Schedule 2 can be found in Annex 4.3.F, Allowances for members whose duties
             involve unpredictable explosives of designated special duty

     3.      The member may only be paid an allowance under this clause for up to 40 days in a
             year.




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Division 1: Legal officer sessional fee
             TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.A, item 60.

4.8.3    Purpose
4.8.3A    Definition
4.8.4    Members this Division applies to
4.8.5    Duties attracting a sessional fee
4.8.6    Sessional fee and Reserve salary
4.8.7    Amount of sessional fee


4.8.3    Purpose
             Legal officer sessional fee compensates Reserve legal officers for the following.

             a.     For certain professional work they perform for the ADF.

             b.     For practice costs associated with the duties in paragraph a.

                    Examples: Telephone calls, facsimile transmissions, postage and photocopying.



4.8.3A Definition
             This table outlines the definition used in this Division.


                     Term                                   Definition in this Division
             Court of Inquiry       'Court of Inquiry' has the same meaning as in regulation 3 of the
                                    Defence (Inquiry) Regulations 1985.


4.8.4    Members this Division applies to
             This Division applies to a legal officer who is a member of the Reserves.



4.8.5    Duties attracting a sessional fee
    1.       A legal officer is entitled to a sessional fee if all the following conditions are met.

             a.     The legal officer performs legal duties in the ADF when they would otherwise be
                    working in a private professional capacity as a barrister or solicitor.

             b.     Any of the following persons approves a period of the duty described in the table at
                    paragraph c, before it is performed.

                     i.    CDF.

                     ii.   Director General Australian Defence Force Legal Services.

             c.     The legal officer performs one or more of the duties described in the following table.




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         Item                                          Duties
           1. Military duty as a counsel or assistant counsel performing any of the following duties.

                 a.   Appearing before a summary authority.

                 b.   Any of the following duties performed in relation to a Court Martial or Defence
                      Force Magistrate proceeding.

                       i.     Appearing in the proceeding.

                       ii.    Participating in a pre-trial directions hearing.

                       iii.   Participating in a case management conference.

                      Examples: Conferences conducted in person or by telephone conference

                       iv.    Participating in a stay application in relation to a punishment or order.

                 c.   Providing legal services related to paragraphs a and b.

                 d.   Providing legal services relating to a petition or request for review to a reviewing
                      authority, including a punishment review pursuant to the Military Justice (interim
                      Measures) Act No. 2 2009.

                      Examples: Drafting legal advice, applications, submissions and petitions.
                      Providing advice to a member on the merits of electing trial by a court martial or
                      Defence Force Magistrate.

         1A.   Military duty as a Judge Advocate or Defence Force Magistrate in a disciplinary
               proceeding.

         1B.   Providing legal services relating to the preparation or provision of a report under
               section 154 of the Defence Force Discipline Act 1982.

          2.   Military duty as a legal officer assisting a Court of Inquiry.

          3.   Military duty as a legal officer representing or assisting in the representation of a
               person before a Court of Inquiry.

               In this item, person includes a person who has died.

               Authority: Regulations 33 or 121 of the Defence (Inquiry) Regulations 1985




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         Item                                       Duties
           4. Providing legal services to an ADF commander where all of the following
              requirements are met.

                a.   The services are of any of the following types.


                       i.    Providing legal advice.

                             Examples: Undertaking legal reviews under the Defence Force Discipline
                             Act 1982 and the Defence (Inquiries) Regulations 1985

                             Preparation time is not paid for this duty. See: Subclause 2.

                      ii.    Providing dispute resolution services.

                             Examples: Mediation, facilitation, negotiation, conflict coaching,
                             conciliation and arbitration.

                      iii.   Acting as an inquiry officer or as an inquiry assistant.

                             Authority: Regulation 69 of the Defence (Inquiry) Regulations 1985

                b.   The services require legal skills.


                c.   The services relate to duties and responsibilities of a member in that command.


          5.   Giving legal advice to a member on matters arising from their service in the ADF.

               Examples:
               1. Giving legal advice to a member concerning proceedings under the Defence Force
               Discipline Act 1982.
               2. Giving legal advice to a member concerning a redress of grievance pursuant to Part
               15 of the Defence Force Regulations 1952.

               Preparation time is not paid for this duty. See: Subclause 2.

          6.   Giving legal advice to a defence civilian or former member in either of the following
               circumstances.

                a.   The defence civilian or former member is being investigated in connection with
                     disciplinary action or possible disciplinary action under the Defence Force
                     Discipline Act 1982.

                b.   The defence civilian or former member has been charged with an offence under
                     the Defence Force Discipline Act 1982.

               In this item, defence civilian has the same meaning as in the Defence Force
               Discipline Act 1982.

               Preparation time is not paid for this duty. See: Subclause 2.




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     2.       Items in the table in paragraph 1.c include preparation time spent on legal tasks.

              Examples: Proofing witnesses, taking instructions, settling agreed facts, reading
              transcripts, preparing submissions.

              Non-example: Travelling to the place of duty.

              Exceptions:
              Preparation time will not be paid in association with the following duties.
              1. Duties in subparagraph a.i of item 4 of the table in paragraph 1.c.
              2. Duties in item 5 of the table in paragraph 1.c.
              3. Duties in item 6 of the table in paragraph 1.c.

              Example: A legal officer provides legal advice to an ADF commander about one of her
              members. The legal officer is not entitled to be compensated for preparation time.



Persons who can make the decision under paragraph 4.8.5.1.b on behalf of the CDF:
To approve periods of duty:
ADF legal officer, either in the Permanent Force or on continuous full-time service, not below CAPT(E).
APS employee who is a legal practitioner located in the CDF Commission of Inquiry Directorate and classified as Executive
Level 1 or higher.
To approve:
(a) a period of duty for a legal officer in a single matter, of up to 3 days; and
(b) if Director Defence Counsel Services certifies that further periods of duty may be approved in relation to the matter
that is the subject of the decision under paragraph (a), approve a subsequent period of duty for the legal officer in the
same matter, of up to 3 days:
APS employee located in the Directorate of Defence Counsel Services and classified as an Executive Level 1 or higher.
To approve periods of duty that involve legal assistance for the purpose of a Defence Instruction (General):
APS employee who is a legal practitioner performing the role of National Practice Manager located in Defence Legal Division.


4.8.6     Sessional fee and Reserve salary
     1.       This clause applies in any period for which a legal officer is entitled to pay as a Reserve
              member and also performs duties that meet conditions for payment of the sessional fee set
              out in subclause 4.8.5.

     2.       If the member's Reserve salary for the period is less that the amount of sessional fee that
              would be payable for the same period, the member may elect in writing to be paid the
              higher amount of sessional fee under this Division instead of the salary.

              Notes:
              1. This clause does not affect the member's entitlement to Reserve allowance payable
              under DFRT Determination No. 22 of 2008, Reserve Allowance.
              2. To avoid doubt, a member may be paid a combination of salary and sessional fee for a
              day, but is not entitled to payment for more than 6 hours duty in total for that day.
              3. If the member is approved to perform a period of duty for Reserve salary and not also
              given an express approval for that period of duty for the purpose of this Division, the
              member cannot later elect to be paid legal officer sessional fee under clause 4.8.6.

              Examples:
              1. A member who elects to take a full day’s sessional fee for three or more hours duty
              cannot claim Reserve salary for the same day.
              2. A member who takes a full day's Reserve salary for six or more hours duty cannot claim
              sessional fee for additional hours on that same day.




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4.8.7    Amount of sessional fee
    1.      A legal officer who performs duty in a matter described in the following table is entitled to a
            sessional fee, calculated at the rate set out in the table, for a period of up to 5 days.


            Item If the member performs...                 for...                    the member is to be
                                                                                     paid...
             1.   Any of the following duties described    less than three hours     $202.50 an hour.
                  in any of the following parts of the     in a day
                  table in paragraph 4.8.5.1.c
                  a. Paragraph a of table item 1.          three or more hours in $1215 a day.
                  b. Paragraph b of table item 1.          a day
                  c. Table item 1A.
                  d. Table item 2.
                  e. Table item 3.
                  See: Clause 4.8.5, Duties attracting
                  a sessional fee
             2.   Any of the following duties.             less than six hours in a $202.50 an hour.
                  a. Duties described in any of the        day
                      following parts of the table in
                      paragraph 4.8.5.1.c.
                      i.    Paragraph c of table item 1.
                      ii. Paragraph d of table item 1.
                      iii. Table item 1B
                      iv. Table item 4
                      v. Table item 5.                     six or more hours in a    $1215 a day.
                      vi. Table item 6.                    day
                  b. Preparation time associated with
                      duties described in any of the
                      following parts of the table in
                      paragraph 4.8.5.1.c.
                      i. Any of table items 1, 2 or 3
                      ii. Table item 4.
                          Exception: Subparagraph a.i
                          of table item 4.
                  See: Clause 4.8.5, Duties attracting
                  a sessional fee




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   2.    The following arrangements apply to a member who performs a particular duty described in
         subclause 1 for more than five days. The days do not have to be consecutive.


         Item            Day                                        Rate

          1.    Days 1 to 5             In accordance with subclause 1.
          2.    Day 6 and beyond        A daily rate of sessional fee for the sixth and subsequent
                                        days that CDF or the Director General Australian Defence
                                        Force Legal Services consider reasonable, having regard
                                        to the advice of the Attorney-General's Department.

                                        For periods of less than a day, the hourly rate of sessional
                                        fee is one-sixth of the determined daily fee.

                                        Sessional fee may also be paid for periods that are less
                                        than whole hours on a pro rata basis.

   3.    Duties performed by member who is a Senior Counsel or Queen's Counsel are to be paid at
         1.5 times the amount that would otherwise be payable.




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Persons who can make the decisions under paragraph 5.8.12.1.a and subclause 5.8.12.2 on behalf of the CDF:
Director Sailors’ Career Management
Director Naval Officers’ Postings
Staff Officer Grade 1 (Soldier Career Management Agency)
Director Officer Career Management – Army
Director Personnel – Air Force
Chief of Staff Director General Personnel – Air Force
SQNLDR and WGCDR Personnel Managers within the Directorate of Personnel – Air Force
Deputy Director Administrative Sanctions, Promotion, Gradings and Internal Review (Air Force)
Deputy Director Under Training Workforce (Air Force)
Executive Officer Director Personnel – Air Force
Director General Navy Personnel and Training
Commander Australian Navy Systems Command
Director General Personnel – Army
Director General Personnel – Air Force


5.8.13 Conditions of leave
     1.      A grant of leave must be in writing. It must state both these matters.

             a.     The dates when the period of leave is to begin and end.

             b.     The days or parts of days when leave is granted in each pay period.

     2.      The CDF may end a member’s period of leave in any of these circumstances.

             a.     The member stops serving in Australia for the purposes of paragraph 5.8.10.1.a.

             b.     A significant change occurs in the circumstances that the CDF relied on to grant the
                    leave to the member.

             c.     The end of the posting to which the grant of leave applies.

     3.      A member on part-time leave without pay may be required to perform periods of duty in
             addition to the periods they normally perform during the period of leave.

     4.      A period of part-time leave without pay does not break continuity of service.

     5.      This subclause applies to a member who meets both these conditions.

             a.     They are granted part-time leave without pay under paragraph 5.8.10.1.b.

             b.     They are performing duty in relation to a posting in Australia.

             The member is not entitled to any overseas conditions of service they would otherwise get
             under Chapters 13, 14, 15 and 16 for duty performed at an overseas location.




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Persons who can make the decision under subclause 5.8.13.2 on behalf of the CDF:
Director Sailors’ Career Management
Director Naval Officers’ Postings
Staff Officer Grade 1 (Soldier Career Management Agency)
Director Officer Career Management – Army
Director Personnel – Air Force
Chief of Staff Director General Personnel – Air Force
SQNLDR and WGCDR Personnel Managers within the Directorate of Personnel – Air Force
Deputy Director Administrative Sanctions, Promotion, Gradings and Internal Review (Air Force)
Deputy Director Under Training Workforce (Air Force)
Executive Officer Director Personnel – Air Force
Director General Navy Personnel and Training
Commander Australian Navy Systems Command
Director General Personnel – Army
Director General Personnel – Air Force


5.8.14 Effect on allowances and contributions
              A member granted a period of part-time leave without pay may be entitled to an allowance.
              This may include reimbursement of costs they paid, if that applies. They may also be liable
              to pay a contribution for an entitlement. This table sets out the effects of part-time leave
              without pay on allowances and contributions.

              Item      If the member is             or must pay…                then their entitlement or liability
                           entitled to…                                       while on part-time leave without pay
                                                                                                is…
                1.   a. temporary               a contribution for a         set out in Chapter 7:
                        accommodation           Service residence or         c. Part 3 Division 2 clause 7.3.18,
                        allowance               living-in                    Member on part-time leave without pay
                     b. rent allowance          accommodation                (living-in accommodation).
                                                                             d. Part 4 Division 5 clause 7.4.26, Rate
                                                                             of contribution (temporary
                                                                             accommodation allowance).
                                                                             e. Part 5 Division 9 clause 7.5.52,
                                                                             Member on part-time leave without pay
                                                                             (Service residence).
                                                                             f. Part 6 Division 5 clause 7.6.32,
                                                                             Member on part-time leave without pay
                                                                             (rent allowance).
                2.   a. uniform                              -               reduced on a pro rata basis.
                        allowance
                     b. retention
                        allowance
                3.   any other allowance        any other contribution       as if they were not on part-time leave
                                                                             without pay.

              Note: Part-time leave without pay has no effect on payment of casual meal charges.

              See: Chapter 7 Part 7 Division 1 subclause 7.7.10.1.




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Division 2: Disturbance allowance
6.1.12   Purpose
6.1.13   Members eligible
6.1.14   Members not eligible
6.1.15   Amount of allowance
6.1.16   Number of current removal
6.1.17   Removal with dependants following later
6.1.18   Removal on enlistment
6.1.19   Removals to and from overseas – number of removals
6.1.20   Death of a member
6.1.21   A child changing school – additional payment
6.1.22   Telephone installation or reconnection costs
6.1.23   Private vehicle transfer costs
6.1.24   Payment in special circumstances


6.1.12 Purpose
            TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.A, item 94.

            A member may be compensated for some of the costs involved in a Commonwealth
            removal to a new dwelling within Australia. This Division outlines the kinds of costs covered,
            the conditions of entitlement and the amount payable.


6.1.13 Members eligible
            TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.A, item 94.

            A member is entitled to disturbance allowance if they are in either of the following situations.

            a.    The member meets both the following conditions.

                    i.    They are granted a removal to a new home.

                   ii.    They are on continuous full-time service or cease continuous full-time service.

            b.    The member meets all the following conditions.

                    i.    They are a member without dependants or a member with dependants
                          (unaccompanied).

                   ii.    They have been deployed for six months or longer.

                   iii.   The member chose under subclauses 7.3.15A, 7.5.36A, 7.5A.11A or 7.6.28A
                          to leave their accommodation.

                          See: Chapter 7
                          Part 3 Division 1 subclause 7.3.15A, Living-in accommodation on deployment
                          Part 5 Division 7 subclause 7.5.36A, Service residence on deployment
                          Part 5A Division 1 clause 7.5A.11A, Choice Accommodation on deployment
                          Part 6 Division 5 subclause 7.6.28A, Rent allowance on deployment

            Note: Clause 1.6.1 deals with situations where a member's adult dependant is also a
            member, and they would both be entitled to disturbance allowance. Only one of the
            members is entitled.

            See: Chapter 1 Part 6 clause 1.6.1, Dual entitlement – member's adult dependant is also a
            member




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6.1.14 Members not eligible
          TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.A, item 94.

          A member is not entitled to disturbance allowance in these cases.

          a.        They are moving from living-in accommodation in an establishment, unit or base to
                    different living-in accommodation in the same establishment, unit or base.

          b.        They are moving overseas from Australia. These members get transfer allowance.
                    However, they also get disturbance allowance for the removal within Australia on
                    return from overseas.

                    See: Chapter 14 Part 3 Division 3, Transfer allowance

          c.        They are moving between two seagoing ships that have the same home port.

          d.        They are moving to another home because the number of their dependants has
                    changed.

                    Example 1: A member has married and is moving to a larger home.

                    Example 2: The member's marriage or interdependent partnership has broken down
                    and they are moving to a smaller home.



6.1.15 Amount of allowance
          TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.A, item 94.

   1.     In this clause, temporary accommodation includes commercial or living-in accommodation
          that the member occupies for less than six weeks.

   2.     This table shows how much disturbance allowance a member is entitled to. The amount
          depends on their circumstances and how many times they have been removed.


          Item           Circumstances of member             Number of the current removal         Amount
                                                               (defined at Clause 6.1.16)            $
               1.   Member with dependants
                    Removal to a new location        1st or 2nd removal                                1,008
                                                     3rd or 4th removal                                1,344
                                                     5th or 6th removal                                1,680
                                                     7th or subsequent removal                         2,016
                    Removal within the same location              [left blank]                           504
                    Removal from overseas            1st or 2nd removal                                  202
                                                     3rd or 4th removal                                  403
                                                     5th or subsequent removal                           605
           1A.      Member with dependants (unaccompanied)
                    Removal from storage to living-in                  [left blank]                      126
                    accommodation, after deployment of
                    more than 6 months.
                    Removal from storage to living-out                 [left blank]                      252
                    accommodation, after deployment of
                    more than 6 months.




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Part 3: Loss on sale of furniture, effects and private vehicles
6.3.1    Purpose
6.3.2    Furniture and effects – loss on sale
6.3.3    Furniture and effects – amount of reimbursement
6.3.4    Private vehicles – loss on sale
6.3.5    Private vehicles – amount of reimbursement
6.3.6    ...


6.3.1    Purpose
             A member may be compensated if they make a financial loss on the sale of furniture, other
             effects or private vehicles when they are relocated. This Part describes who is entitled and
             how much they are entitled to.

             Note: Furniture and effects means all portable household items ordinarily used for domestic
             purposes and convenience.
             Exception: If a member sells an item that was obtained through a grant the member is not
             entitled to a reimbursement under this Part.


6.3.2    Furniture and effects – loss on sale
             TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.A, item 102.

             A member may choose to sell furniture and effects instead of having them removed to
             another location in Australia at Commonwealth expense. They are entitled to
             reimbursement if they make a loss on the sale. A dependant of a deceased member is also
             entitled.

             Note: Clause 1.6.1 deals with situations where a member's adult dependant is also a
             member, and they would both be entitled reimbursement if they make a loss on the sale of
             furniture and effects. Only one of the members is entitled.

             See: Chapter 1 Part 6 clause 1.6.1, Dual entitlement – member's adult dependant is also a
             member



6.3.3    Furniture and effects – amount of reimbursement
             TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.A, item 102.

    1.       Subject to this clause, the amount of reimbursement is the difference between what the
             member gets for the sale and the sum of these two amounts.

             a.    The current market value of the furniture and effects.

             b.    The incidental costs of selling the furniture and effects.

                   Note: Incidental costs are the standard charges of auctioneers and valuers, and
                   reasonable advertising costs.

    2.       The amount of reimbursement must not be more than what the Commonwealth would pay
             to remove the furniture and effects.




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    3.      If the member stores furniture and effects at Commonwealth expense and then sells them,
            the amount of reimbursement is reduced by the cost of the storage. If the cost of storage is
            greater than the loss, the member does not have to pay the Commonwealth the difference.

            Example 1: A member's stored goods are valued at $200. They sell them for $140, a loss
            of $60. Storage has cost the Commonwealth $100 at the time the member sells the goods.
            The member is not entitled to reimbursement. They do not have to pay the $40 gap.

            Example 2: A member's stored goods are valued at $200. They sell them for $60, a loss of
            $140. Storage has cost the Commonwealth $100 at the time the member sells the goods.
            The member is entitled to a $40 reimbursement.

    4.      The amount is not to be reduced under subclause 3 in these circumstances.

            a.    It would cost the Commonwealth more than the value of the reimbursement to
                  continue to store the furniture and effects if they were not sold.

            b.    By reason only of postings that do not attract a removal, the member would not use
                  the furniture and effects within 12 months of becoming entitled to the reimbursement.



6.3.4    Private vehicles – loss on sale
            TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.A, item 103.

    1.      This clause applies in relation to any of the following vehicles.

            a.    A private vehicle that a member is (or would have been) entitled to have removed to
                  another location in Australia at Commonwealth expense.

            b.    One private vehicle owned by a member who meets all the following conditions.

                    i.    They are a member without dependants or a member with dependants
                          (unaccompanied).

                   ii.    They are deployed for six months or longer.

                   iii.   They have made a choice to vacate their accommodation under subclauses
                          7.3.15A.2, 7.5.36A.2, 7.5A.11A or 7.6.28A.2, or the CDF has decided that the
                          member must leave the living-in accommodation under subclause 7.3.15A.5.

                          See: Chapter 7
                          Part 3 Division 1 subclause 7.3.15A, Living-in accommodation on deployment
                          Part 5 Division 7 subclause 7.5.36A, Service residence on deployment
                          Part 5A Division 1 clause 7.5A.11A, Choice Accommodation on deployment
                          Part 6 Division 5 subclause 7.6.28A, Rent allowance on deployment

            c.    One towable item owned by a member who meets all the conditions in paragraph b.

            Exception: This clause does not apply to a member who meets the conditions in
            paragraphs b or c, and who has chosen to put a vehicle or towable item in storage. This
            includes storage on a Defence base or in non-commercial storage.

    2.      A person may choose to sell the vehicle instead of having it removed. They are entitled to
            reimbursement if they make a financial loss on the sale. In this subclause vehicle means a
            private vehicle or a registered item that can be towed.




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Division 1: Removals and storage overview
6.6.3    Purpose
6.6.4    Members entitled to removal
6.6.5    Members not entitled to removal
6.6.6    When a member's adult dependant is also a member
6.6.7    Other entitlements associated with removals


6.6.3    Purpose
             This Division gives an overview of eligibility for assistance with removal and storage in
             Australia.



6.6.4    Members entitled to removal
    1.       If a member is in any of the circumstances in the following table their eligibility for a removal
             can be found in the corresponding Division.


             Item                   For a member who...                                   see...
               1.   is posted within Australia on a posting of six          Division 4, Postings or
                    months or more                                          deployments.
               2.   is required to vacate Service accommodation or          Division 4, Postings or
                    accommodation for which rent allowance is               deployments.
                    payable. This must be for reasons beyond their
                    control.
               3.   meets the criteria in clause 6.6.25 or 6.6.39 for a     Division 4, Postings or
                    removal in anticipation of a posting or ceasing         deployments, clause 6.6.25
                    continuous full-time service.                           Division 5, Removal on ceasing
                                                                            continuous full-time service,
                                                                            clause 6.6.39.
               4.   purchases a suitable own home in their posting          Division 4, clause 6.6.24.1,
                    location.                                               table item 2
              4a.   is deployed                                             Division 4, Postings or
                                                                            deployments.
               5.   ceases to be a member.                                  Division 6, Removal on ceasing
                    Exceptions: See 6.6.5.b and c.                          continuous full-time service.
               6.   becomes a member with dependants in any of the          Division 8, When a member
                    following circumstances.                                becomes a member with
                    a. On marriage.                                         dependants.
                    b. On ADF recognition of an interdependent
                         partnership.
                    c. On gaining a dependant for the purposes of
                         Chapter 1 Part 3 Division 2.
               7.   ceases to be a member with dependants.                  Division 9, When a member
                    Example: On the breakdown of a marriage or              ceases to be a member with
                    interdependent partnership.                             dependants.
               8.   dies and the member's dependants are entitled to a      Division 11, Removal on death
                    removal at Commonwealth expense.                        of a member.




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     2.      The CDF may approve a removal if satisfied that any of the following exceptional
             circumstances apply to the member or their dependants.

             a.     The safety or welfare of the member or dependants would be at high risk if they
                    stayed in their accommodation.

                    Example: The member or dependant needs to be removed to a place of safety.

             b.     A change in family circumstances requires urgent action.

                    Example: A dependant has died violently at the accommodation.

             c.     The removal is necessary to prevent an emergency from happening.

                    Example: The member may be in imminent danger because they are a witness to a
                    serious criminal offence.

     3.      A member of the Reserves is eligible for removal at Commonwealth expense on either or
             both of these occasions.

             a.     When they are to begin continuous full-time service on a posting of more than six
                    months.

             b.     When they complete that continuous full-time service.



Persons who can make the decision under paragraph 6.6.4.2 on behalf of the CDF:
Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements
Director General Navy People
Director Navy Personnel Policy
Director Navy Employment Conditions
Director General Personnel – Air Force
Director Military Administration – Air Force
Deputy Director Personnel Concepts and Policy – Air Force
Director General Personnel – Army
Director Personnel Policy – Army


6.6.5     Members not entitled to removal
             A member is not entitled to a removal at Commonwealth expense in any of these
             circumstances.

             a.     When their posting results from a voluntary exchange of posting with another
                    member outside the normal cycle of posting.

             b.     When they are discharged for disciplinary reasons.

             c.     ...

             d.     When they are posted to the same location or an adjacent location and the residence
                    is in the location of the new posting. However, they may be entitled to a removal if
                    Service reasons require them to relocate.




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Division 3: Removal to a chosen location
6.6.18    Purpose
6.6.19    Removal to a chosen location
6.6.20    Removal to a chosen location instead of a remote location – Army and Air Force
6.6.21    Removal to a chosen location instead of a remote location – Navy
6.6.22    Removal of dependants from chosen location to current posting location


6.6.18 Purpose
              This Division describes a member's entitlements when they choose to have their
              dependants live at a different location from where they are posted. The choice must be
              based on compassionate grounds.



6.6.19 Removal to a chosen location
              TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.A, item 108.

     1.       A member with dependants may be entitled to Commonwealth assistance with a removal
              for their dependants to a location they choose if both the following criteria are met.

              a.    The member must have been posted to a location for duty for six months or more.

              b.    The CDF must be satisfied that there are sufficient compassionate reasons for the
                    removal of the dependants to a chosen location.

    1A.       CDF may grant a member with dependants a removal at Commonwealth expense if
              satisfied that both the following conditions are met.

              a.    The move is necessary to enable the member's spouse or partner to continue in
                    employment or study.

              b.    The dependants are being removed to a location that is closer to the member's
                    gaining location than the losing location.

                    See: Clause 9.1.2, Most economical means of travel



Persons who can make the decisions under paragraph 6.6.19.1.b and subclause 6.6.19.1A on behalf of the CDF:
Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements
Director General Navy People
Director Navy Personnel Policy
Director Navy Employment Conditions
Director General Personnel – Air Force
Director Military Administration – Air Force
Deputy Director Personnel Concepts and Policy – Air Force
Director General Personnel – Army
Director Personnel Policy – Army




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     2.      Commonwealth spending on a removal to a chosen location is limited. It will be no more
             than would have been spent on moving the member’s furniture and effects to their new
             posting location from both these places.

             a.     The member's residence in the old location.

             b.     A store in any location.

     3.      This table shows who pays for activities involved in a removal to a chosen location.


             Item        If the removal activity is…                    then the              and the member
                                                               Commonwealth pays…                  pays…
              1.    removal (from residence and store) of up to the full amount of           any costs beyond
                    items needed at the chosen location       what a removal to the          that amount.
                                                              posting location would
                                                              have cost
              2.    removal of items not needed at the        for the removal to the         storage charges on
                    chosen location to the Commonwealth store                                the items.
                    removalist's store at the losing location
              3.    continued storage, after the effective    nothing                        storage charges on
                    date of posting, of other items                                          the items.
                    previously stored at Commonwealth
                    expense

     4.      The member must pay costs beyond the Commonwealth spending limit for a removal to a
             chosen location.

     5.      If the cost of removal to a chosen location is less than the cost of a removal to the member's
             new location, the member is not entitled to the difference.

             Note: If a member decides to move to a chosen location, temporary accommodation
             allowance and rent allowance are not normally payable.

             See: Chapter 7 for information on these allowances.

     6.      The compassionate reasons for the move may cause the member financial hardship. If the
             CDF decides that this has happened, then the CDF may approve payment beyond the
             Commonwealth limit.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 6.6.19.6 on behalf of the CDF:
Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements




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6.6.20 Removal to a chosen location instead of a remote location – Army and Air Force
             TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.A, item 109.

     1.      If a member of the Army or Air Force is posted to a remote location for six months or more,
             the Commonwealth will pay to remove their dependants to a chosen location. It will not pay
             more than it would have paid for a removal to the remote location.

             Note: The list of remote locations is in Annex 5.2.A.

     2.      This table shows who pays for activities involved in a removal to a chosen location.


             Item        If the removal activity is…                     then the        and the member
                                                                Commonwealth pays…            pays…
              1.    removal (from residence and store) of      up to the full amount of any costs beyond
                    items that would have been approved        what a removal to the    that amount.
                    for removal to the remote location         remote location would
                                                               have cost
              2.    removal of items not approved for the      all of the cost          nothing.
                    remote location to the Commonwealth
                    removalist's store
              3.    removal of only effects to the chosen up to the full amount of       any costs beyond
                    location                                what a removal to the        that amount.
                                                            remote location would
                                                            have cost
              4.    storage of excess items at the old      all of the cost              nothing.
                    location
              5.    storage of other items already in store all of the cost              nothing.
                    at the time the posting authority is
                    issued

     3.      The compassionate reasons for the move may cause the member financial hardship. If the
             CDF decides that this has happened, then the CDF may approve payment beyond the
             Commonwealth limit.



who can make the decision under subclause 6.6.20.3 on behalf of the CDF:
Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements
Director General Personnel – Air Force
Director Military Administration – Air Force
Deputy Director Personnel Concepts and Policy – Air Force
Director General Personnel – Army
Director Personnel Policy – Army




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6.6.21 Removal to a chosen location instead of a remote location – Navy
     1.      This clause applies to a member of the Navy who is posted to a remote location for six
             months or more. The member is entitled to remove their dependants to a chosen location.

     2.      The Commonwealth's contribution towards the cost of the removal is limited to the greater
             of these amounts.

             a.     The cost of removal to a remote location under the conditions set out in the table in
                    subclause 6.6.20.2.

             b.     The cost of full removal of furniture and effects to the member’s home port when the
                    home port is not in a remote location.

             c.     The cost of removal to the member’s home port when the home port is in a remote
                    location. This would be under the conditions for a removal to a remote location set out
                    in the table in subclause 6.6.20.2.

     3.      The member may choose in writing to remove only their effects to the chosen location. The
             Commonwealth will pay both the following.

              a.    Costs that would have been paid to remove the effects to a Service residence in the
                    remote location.

              b.    Storage for furniture and effects not needed at the chosen location.

     4.      The compassionate reasons for the move may cause the member financial hardship. If the
             CDF decides that this has happened, then the CDF may approve payment beyond the
             Commonwealth limit.


Persons who can make the decision under subclause 6.6.21.4 on behalf of the CDF:
Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements
Director General Navy People
Director Navy Personnel Policy
Director Navy Employment Conditions


6.6.22 Removal of dependants from chosen location to current posting location
             TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.A, item 110.

     1.      A member may need to move their dependants from a chosen location to their posting
             location. This table shows how costs involved in the removal from the chosen location
             depend on costs of the removal to the chosen location.

             Item If the costs of removal to the    then the Commonwealth             and the member
                      chosen location were…                   pays…                        pays…
               1. not limited                    up to the full amount for the    nothing.
                                                 removal from the chosen
                                                 location to the posting location
               2. limited                        nothing                          all costs of removal to
                                                                                  the posting location.
               3. less than it would have cost   an amount equal to the           the remaining amount.
                  for a removal to the posting   difference between those
                  location                       costs



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     2.      The compassionate reasons for the removal may cause the member financial hardship. If
             this happens, the CDF may approve payment beyond the Commonwealth limit.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 6.6.22.2 on behalf of the CDF:
Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements
Director General Navy People
Director Navy Personnel Policy
Director Navy Employment Conditions
Director General Personnel – Air Force
Director Military Administration – Air Force
Deputy Director Personnel Concepts and Policy – Air Force
Director General Personnel – Army
Director Personnel Policy – Army




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     5.      How much will be reimbursed depends on how long the member expects their family to live
             with them at the anticipated location. This table sets out what will be reimbursed for a period
             of time.

             Item       If the family lives with the                     then the entitlement is…
                               member for…
              1.    six months or more                      reimbursement of the cost of the Commonwealth
                                                            removalist removing furniture and effects from the
                                                            original location to the anticipated location.
              2.    less than six months                    nothing.

     6.      The member will be reimbursed when official written notice of posting is issued.

     7.      The member is still entitled to be reimbursed the costs of removal if the anticipated long-
             term posting does not happen for Service reasons. If non-Service reasons prevent the
             posting, they must repay to the Commonwealth any amount they received.



Persons who can make the decision under clause 6.6.25 on behalf of the CDF:
Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements
Director General Navy People
Director Navy Personnel Policy
Director Navy Employment Conditions
Director General Personnel – Air Force
Director Military Administration – Air Force
Deputy Director Personnel Concepts and Policy – Air Force
Director General Personnel – Army
Director Personnel Policy – Army


6.6.26 Posting to location other than anticipated location
     1.      A member may move to an anticipated location but actually be posted to a different location.
             They will not be reimbursed the costs of moving from the original location to the anticipated
             location unless they are entitled to a removal for other reasons.

     2       If the member is entitled to a removal, the Commonwealth will pay the lesser of these two
             costs.

             a.     The cost of a removal from the original location to the new location.

             b.     The cost of a removal from the anticipated location to the new location.

     3.      If 2.b above is less than 2.a, the member may be paid the difference. This will offset the
             costs of moving to the anticipated location.




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6.6.27 Removal after posting authority issued, but before posting date
             The CDF may approve removal of a member’s furniture and effects at Commonwealth
             expense before the effective date of posting. The CDF must be satisfied that both of these
             criteria are met.

             a.     The posting authority has been issued.

             b.     The CDF considers the early removal necessary in the circumstances.



Persons who can make the decision under clause 6.6.27 on behalf of the CDF:
A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
- Housing Management Centre (HMC) Manager
- Relocations Manager of the Housing Management Centre
- Removals Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre
- National Relocations Manager
- National Operations – Removals Manager
Staff Officer – Housing and Accommodation
Staff Officer – Dependants Entitlements
Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements


6.6.28 Posting changed or cancelled for Service reasons after removal
     1.      A member is not responsible for any removal or storage costs when both of the following
             happen.

             a.     A removal has taken place.

             b.     The posting is changed or cancelled for Service reasons.

     2.      This table shows what happens in this case.


             Item      If the member is on a                then the Commonwealth will remove…
                            posting for…
              1.    six months or more             all furniture and effects to the actual posting location or
                                                   store it at Commonwealth expense.
              2.    less than six months           only the member’s effects from the cancelled posting
                                                   location to the actual posting location. Their furniture will
                                                   be stored at Commonwealth expense until the next
                                                   posting.




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6.6.32A Removal on posting or deployment
   1.    This clause applies to a member who meets all the following conditions.

         a.    They are a member without dependants or a member with dependants
               (unaccompanied).

         b.    They are deployed for six months or longer.

         c.    They meet any of the following conditions.

                 i.    They choose to vacate their accommodation under subclauses 7.3.15A.2,
                       7.5.36A.2, 7.5A.11A or 7.6.28A.2.

                       See: Chapter 7
                       Part 3 Division 1 subclause 7.3.15A, Living-in accommodation on deployment
                       Part 5 Division 7 subclause 7.5.36A, Service residence on deployment
                       Part 5A Division 1 clause 7.5A.11A, Choice Accommodation on deployment
                       Part 6 Division 5 subclause 7.6.28A, Rent allowance on deployment

                ii.    The CDF decides that a member must leave the living-in accommodation
                       under subclause 7.3.15A.5.

                       See: Chapter 7 Part 3 Division 1 subclause 7.3.15A.5, Living-in
                       accommodation on deployment

                iii.   The CDF decides that a member must leave the living-in accommodation
                       under subclause 7.3.25A.4.

                       See: Chapter 7 Part 3 Division 1 subclause 7.3.25A.4, Member deployed at
                       short notice

   2.    If subclause 1 applies, the member is entitled to removal of their furniture and effects to
         storage at the member's posting location under Division 7.

         See: Division 7, Storage of furniture and effects




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   2.    The removal can be timed in accordance with this table.


         Item        The member may be                                     if...
                           removed...
          1.    before ceasing continuous         the member has received a discharge authority.
                full-time service                 The removal may take place at either of these
                                                  times:
                                                  a. During long service leave or other leave that
                                                     comes immediately before the date of ceasing.
                                                  b. Any time during the final 12 months of service.
          2.    for compassionate reasons         the CDF is satisfied that at least one of the following
                before ceasing continuous         conditions is met.
                full-time service
                                                  a. The removal is the result of a dependant’s
                                                     illness. It must be supported by a civilian
                                                     medical practitioner and endorsed by the
                                                     Defence Health Service.

                                                  b. Suitable accommodation is not available in the
                                                     member’s current posting location.

                                                  c. Suitable secondary or higher education for the
                                                     member’s child or children is not available in
                                                     their current posting location.

                                                  d. There are other exceptional reasons that require
                                                     the member to move.

                                                  The member must provide copies of relevant
                                                  documents to the CDF. A medical certificate is one
                                                  example.

                                                  The member need not have received a discharge
                                                  authority. The removal can be more than 12 months
                                                  before ceasing.

          3.    after ceasing full time service   it is no more than 12 months after the date of
                                                  ceasing.
                                                  Exception: The CDF may extend this period if the
                                                  CDF considers it reasonable in the circumstances.


   3.    This subclause applies to a member who does not complete their service at the time notified
         in the discharge authority, and who continues to serve. The member must pay to the
         Commonwealth any amount they received for the removal. This does not apply if the
         removal coincides with a posting during the final 12 months of service.




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Persons who can make the decision under subclause 6.6.39.2, table items 2 and 3, on behalf of the CDF:
Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements
Director General Navy People
Director Navy Personnel Policy
Director Navy Employment Conditions
Director General Personnel – Air Force
Director Military Administration – Air Force
Deputy Director Personnel Concepts and Policy – Air Force
Director General Personnel – Army
Director Personnel Policy – Army


6.6.40 Removal if service continues after intended date of ceasing
     1.      A member may have had a removal in advance of ceasing continuous full-time service, but
             they continue to serve beyond the date notified in their discharge authority.

     2.      On their next posting, the member is entitled to a removal at Commonwealth expense. It is
             limited to the cost of a removal from a. to b. below.

             a.      The location they were posted to immediately before the removal in advance of
                     ceasing continuous full-time service.

             b.      The new posting location.

             Example: A member posted in Melbourne is removed to Perth in advance of ceasing. They
             continue to serve past their expected date of ceasing. They are then posted to Sydney.
             They are entitled to a removal only to the value of a removal from Melbourne to Sydney.

     3.      If the member's next posting is to a seagoing ship, they are entitled to a removal to the
             value of a removal from their home port.

     4.      The limits on entitlement in subclauses 2 and 3 do not apply in either of these cases.

             a.      The member was granted a removal to a chosen location and the Commonwealth did
                     not place cost limits on the removal.

                     See: Division 3 clause 6.6.19, Removal to a chosen location.

             b.      The removal in advance of ceasing continuous full-time service corresponds with a
                     regular removal on posting during the final 12 months of the member’s service.




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6.6.41 Removal on ceasing continuous full-time service at own request
     1.      A member who ceases continuous full-time service at their own request is entitled to a
             removal to one of the locations in the table in Division 6 clause 6.6.39. To qualify, they must
             meet the relevant conditions in this table.


              Item          If the member is…                then the condition for removal is that…
                1.      a. an other rank member,        they must have completed one of these periods.
                           or                           a. Their initial period of engagement or appointment.
                        b. an officer on a fixed        b. Six years’ continuous full-time service.
                           tenure appointment.

                        Note: 'Other rank' members
                        are listed at Schedule B.12
                  2.    an officer on an indefinite     they must have completed, in total, six years’
                        appointment                     continuous full-time service.

     2.      The member might not meet the conditions in the table in subclause 1 above. In this case,
             the CDF may still approve a removal if satisfied that the member meets all of these
             conditions.

             a.        There are compassionate reasons for ceasing continuous full-time service that
                       cannot be resolved by any other means.

             b.        The compassionate reasons are beyond the member’s control.

             c.        The circumstances leading to the request to cease continuous full-time service have
                       come about since the member enlisted or was appointed, or have seriously worsened
                       since that time.

     3.      For a member with less than three years’ continuous full-time service who is offered a
             removal under subclause 2, the Commonwealth subsidy for a removal is limited. It covers
             only the cost of a removal to one of these places.

             a.        The member’s place of enlistment.

             b.        For an overseas applicant, the port of entry to Australia.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 6.6.41.2 on behalf of the CDF:
Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements
Director General Navy People
Director Navy Personnel Policy
Director Navy Employment Conditions
Director General Personnel – Air Force
Director Military Administration – Air Force
Deputy Director Personnel Concepts and Policy – Air Force
Director General Personnel – Army
Director Personnel Policy – Army




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6.6.42 Removal of a vehicle on ceasing continuous full-time service
          A member's entitlement to removal of a vehicle on ceasing continuous full-time service
          is the same as for removal of a vehicle on posting. This includes removal of a towable
          item or a recreational or hobby vehicle.

          See: Division 5 Clause 6.6.33.




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     4.      For storage entitlements when a member is posted to a remote location, see Division 4
             clause 6.6.32.



Persons who can make the decisions under subclause 6.6.45.1, table items 3, 4 and 5, on behalf of the CDF:
A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
- Housing Management Centre (HMC) Manager
- Relocations Manager of the Housing Management Centre
- Removals Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre
- National Relocations Manager
- National Operations – Removals Manager
Staff Officer – Housing and Accommodation
Staff Officer – Dependants Entitlements
Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements


6.6.45A Members with dependants (unaccompanied)
     1.      This clause applies to a member who meets all the following conditions.

             a.      They are a member with dependants (unaccompanied).

             b.      They are deployed for six months or longer.

             c.      They meet any of the following conditions.

                      i.     They choose to vacate their accommodation under subclauses 7.3.15A.2,
                             7.5.36A.2, 7.5A.11A or 7.6.28A.2.

                             See: Chapter 7
                             Part 3 Division 1 subclause 7.3.15A, Living-in accommodation on deployment
                             Part 5 Division 7 subclause 7.5.36A, Service residence on deployment
                             Part 5A Division 1 clause 7.5A.11A, Choice Accommodation on deployment
                             Part 6 Division 5 subclause 7.6.28A, Rent allowance on deployment

                      ii.    The CDF decides that a member must leave the living-in accommodation
                             under subclause 7.3.15A.5.

                             See: Chapter 7 Part 3 Division 1 subclause 7.3.15A.5, Living-in
                             accommodation on deployment

                      iii.   The CDF decides that a member must leave the living-in accommodation
                             under subclause 7.3.25A.4.

                             See: Chapter 7 Part 3 Division 1 subclause 7.3.25A.4, Member deployed at
                             short notice

     2.      The member is entitled to storage of the following items.

             a.      Storage of their furniture and effects until the member is rehoused after the
                     deployment.

             b.      Commercial storage of a vehicle and towable item, while the member is deployed.

                     Exceptions:
                     1. Where the vehicle or towable item can be stored on base.
                     2. Where the member has claimed loss on sale for a vehicle or towable item under
                     clause 6.3.4.


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6.6.46 Members without dependants
   1.    This table describes the storage entitlements of a member without dependants who is
         entitled to a removal at Commonwealth expense. This includes a member posted to a
         seagoing ship, or an aircraft squadron where they will be liable to serve on a seagoing ship.


         Item               If the member…                      then the member is entitled to…
           1.    a.   chooses or is required to         long-term storage of their furniture and effects that
                      live out, and                     cannot be housed in their privately rented
                 b.   is entitled to rent allowance     dwelling.
          2.     a.   chooses to live out, and          no long-term storage of their furniture and effects.
                 b.   is not entitled to rent
                      allowance
          3.     a.   chooses or is required to         long-term storage of their furniture and effects for
                      live out, and                     the period of living-in.
                 b.   is entitled to rent allowance,
                      and
                 c.   is then required to live in
          4.     a.   chooses to live out, and          no long-term storage of their furniture and effects
                 b.   then chooses to live in           for the period of living in.
          5.     a.   is living in, and                 long-term storage of their furniture and effects that
                 b.   is required to move to other      cannot be housed in their living-in
                      living-in accommodation           accommodation.
          6.     a.   is deployed for six months        a. storage of their furniture and effects until the
                      or longer, and                    member is rehoused after the deployment, and
                 b.   either                            b. commercial storage of a vehicle and towable
                      i. chooses to vacate their        item, while the member is deployed.
                      accommodation, or
                      ii. is directed to vacate their   Exception:
                      living-in accommodation           There is no storage entitlement if either of the
                                                        following circumstances apply.
                                                        1. The vehicle or towable item can be stored on
                                                        base.
                                                        2. The member has claimed loss on sale for a
                                                        vehicle or towable item under clause 6.3.4.

                                                        See: Part 3 clause 6.3.4, Private vehicles – loss
                                                        on sale

                                                        Related Information: See Chapter 9 Part 6
                                                        clause 9.6.16A for vehicle allowance for members
                                                        who choose to store their vehicle under other
                                                        arrangements.


   2.    A member without dependants is entitled to temporary storage of necessary items in these
         circumstances.

         a.     While they are waiting for suitable living-in accommodation.

         b.     While they are seeking living-out accommodation.




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Persons who can make the decision under subclause 6.6.53.6 on behalf of the CDF:
A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
- Housing Management Centre (HMC) Manager
- Relocations Manager of the Housing Management Centre
- Removals Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre
- National Relocations Manager
- National Operations – Removals Manager


6.6.53A Review of storage of furniture and effects
     1.      The CDF will notify a member in writing when their storage entitlement is under review.

             See: Subclause 6.6.44.2, Period for which storage is provided – general



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 6.6.53A.1 on behalf of the CDF:
A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
- Housing Management Centre (HMC) Manager
- Relocations Manager of the Housing Management Centre
- Removals Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre
- National Relocations Manager
- National Operations – Removals Manager

     2.      When notified of a review of their storage entitlement, the member may do either of the
             following.

             a.     Request in writing another period of storage at Commonwealth expense.

             b.     Have the items removed at Commonwealth expense to their residence.

     3.      If the member requests another period of storage, the CDF may do either of the following on
             the review.

             a.     Approve another period of storage of up to three years for the furniture and effects.

             b.     Refuse another period of storage of the furniture and effects.

     4.      The member can choose either of the following actions for items which will no longer be
             stored at Commonwealth expense under paragraph 3.b.

             a.     Continue to store the items at that location, at the member's expense.

                    Note: When a member's entitlement to storage stops, Commonwealth insurance
                    cover on the stored goods also stops. The member may wish to take out their own
                    cover.

             b.     Relocate the items to the member's residence at Commonwealth expense.

             See also:
             Clause 6.6.51, Storage on ceasing continuous full-time service
             Clause 6.6.52, Storage on death of a member with dependants




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Persons who can make the decision under subclause 6.6.53A.3 on behalf of the CDF:
A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
- Housing Management Centre (HMC) Manager
- Relocations Manager of the Housing Management Centre
- Removals Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre
- National Relocations Manager
- National Operations – Removals Manager
Staff Officer – Housing and Accommodation
Staff Officer – Dependants Entitlements
Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements




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             Note: Chapter 6 Part 5 provides information on Commonwealth indemnity, insurance and
             claims for loss or damage of furniture and effects on removal.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 6.6.67.1 on behalf of the CDF:
A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
- Housing Management Centre (HMC) Manager
- Relocations Manager of the Housing Management Centre
- Removals Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre
- National Relocations Manager
- National Operations – Removals Manager
Staff Officer – Housing and Accommodation
Staff Officer – Dependants Entitlements
Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements


6.6.68 Removal of vehicles
     1.      A non-Service spouse or non-Service interdependent partner is entitled to removal of one
             private vehicle and one towable item to another location in Australia.

     2.      The entitlement under subclause 1 is limited to removal of one recreational or hobby
             vehicle, or one other towable item, but not both. This is because a recreational or hobby
             vehicle is classified as a towable item.

     3.      The Commonwealth will remove the recreational or hobby vehicle only if it meets one of
             these conditions.

             a.     It has normal or restricted registration for road use.

             b.     It is capable of being given normal or restricted registration for road use.

     4.      The CDF must determine whether a vehicle (and any associated trailer) to be removed
             under this clause as a single unit is a recreational or hobby vehicle.

             See: Division 5 clause 6.6.36, Removal of recreational or hobby vehicles.

     5.      A non-Service spouse's or non-Service interdependent partner's entitlements for collection
             and delivery of a vehicle are the same as for a member under clause 6.6.37.

             See: Division 5 clause 6.6.37, Collection and delivery of transported vehicles.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 6.6.68.4 on behalf of the CDF:
A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
- Housing Management Centre (HMC) Manager
- Relocations Manager of the Housing Management Centre
- Removals Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre
- National Relocations Manager
- National Operations – Removals Manager
Staff Officer – Housing and Accommodation
Staff Officer – Dependants Entitlements
Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements

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6.6.69 Limits on cost of removal
     1.      The Commonwealth will remove a non-Service spouse's or non-Service interdependent
             partner's items only if one of these conditions has been met.

             a.     Consent orders have been made and filed with the Family Court of Australia.

             b.     The Family Court of Australia has issued a property settlement ruling.

             c.     A property order has been made under relevant State or Territory legislation.

             d.     The member has given their written consent.

     2.      A non-Service spouse or non-Service interdependent partner is entitled to only one removal
             on relationship breakdown. If the couple reunite and separate again, no removal will be
             granted for either event.

     3.      The Commonwealth will pay costs of storage only during the removal from the old location
             to the new location.



6.6.70 Time limit for removal
             The non-Service spouse or non-Service interdependent partner must complete their
             removal within 12 months of the marriage breakdown. The CDF may extend the period if
             satisfied it would be reasonable to do so.



Persons who can make the decision under clause 6.6.70 on behalf of the CDF:
Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements


6.6.71 Private arrangements for removal
     1.      A non-Service spouse or non-Service interdependent partner may make private
             arrangements for a removal of their furniture and effects. They are entitled to be reimbursed
             their costs in the same way as a member under clause 6.6.16.

             See: Division 2 clause 6.6.16, Privately arranged removals – entitlement.

     2.      If the non-Service spouse or non-Service interdependent partner makes urgent private
             arrangements, they may be reimbursed costs the CDF considers reasonable.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 6.6.71.2 on behalf of the CDF:
A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
-    Housing Management Centre (HMC) Manager
-    Relocations Manager of the Housing Management Centre
-    Removals Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre
-    National Relocations Manager
-    National Operations – Removals Manager




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Part 8: Expenses when a posting is cancelled
            TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.A, item 123.



6.8.1    Purpose
            When a member's posting is cancelled before they start duty in the new location, they may
            be reimbursed what they spent preparing for it.


6.8.2    When this Part applies
            This Part applies when all the following conditions are met.

            a.     A member has received a posting authority.

                   Note: A posting authority includes written notification of a short-term mission
                   overseas.

            b.     The posting authority is cancelled before they begin duty in the new posting.

            c.     The cancellation was not caused by their personal circumstances.

            d.     They spent money on goods and services as a direct result of the posting authority.

            e.     They are not entitled to a refund from a third party of what they spent.

                   Note: 'Third party' means the supplier of the goods or services, or the supplier who
                   would normally provide a refund when a service is cancelled or goods are returned.

            f.     They cannot use those goods or services on their next posting.



6.8.3    Amount of reimbursement
    1.      If the member had taken up the posting, some or all of their costs may have been covered
            by a relevant allowance. In this case, any amount they are reimbursed must be no more
            than they would have received under the allowance.

    2.      This table sets out the relevant allowances.


            Item                     Allowance                                   Reference
              1.   Disturbance allowance                             Chapter 6 Part 1 Division 2
              2.   Reimbursement for loss on sale of a vehicle       Chapter 6 Part 3
              3.   Housing assistance                                Chapter 7
              4.   Education assistance                              Chapter 8 Part 4
              5.   Reimbursement for loss of a child’s scholarship   Chapter 8 Part 4 Division 3
              6.   Reimbursement for equipment costs                 Chapter 13 Part 3 Division 2
              7.   Transfer allowance                                Chapter 14 Part 3 Division 3




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     3.      The CDF may approve an amount for any costs considered reasonable and unavoidable in
             either of these circumstances.

             a.     The member was not entitled to an allowance.

             b.     The member was entitled to an allowance and the costs are more than the allowance
                    would have paid.

     4.      The CDF must consider all these criteria.

             a.     What the money was spent on.

             b.     The circumstances under which the money was spent.

             c.     How the member continues to benefit from the goods and services.

             d.     Any other factor relevant to the costs.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 6.8.3.3 on behalf of the CDF:
Director Naval Officers Postings – Navy
Director Sailor Career Management – Navy
Commander Career Management – Army
Deputy Director Personnel Concepts and Policy – Air Force




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Part 3: Living-in accommodation
   7.3.1       Overview                                                                         1
   7.3.2       Contents                                                                         1

   Division 1: Suitable living-in accommodation
   7.3.3       Purpose                                                                         1
   7.3.4       Suitable living-in accommodation                                                1
   7.3.5       Member who is required to live in                                               2
   7.3.6       ...                                                                             2
   7.3.7       Member who may choose to live in                                                2
   7.3.8       Member with suitable accommodation who chooses to live in                       3
   7.3.9       ...                                                                             4
   7.3.10      Living-in accommodation not available                                           4
   7.3.11      Classification of living-in accommodation by rank group                         4
   7.3.11A     Member required to live in – accommodation levels                               5
   7.3.11B     Member who chooses to live in – accommodation levels                            6
   7.3.11C     Change in member's rank group                                                   6
   7.3.12      CDF may decide that accommodation is unsuitable                                 6
   7.3.13      Member required to share room                                                   7
   7.3.14      Medical officer taken to live in during compulsory residency                    7
   7.3.14A     Chaplain in training taken to live in                                           8
   7.3.15      Member buys a suitable own home                                                 8
   7.3.15A     Living-in accommodation on deployment                                           8
   7.3.15B     Insurance for members who are away                                              9

   Division 2: Contribution for living-in accommodation
   7.3.16      Contribution for living-in accommodation                                        1
   7.3.17      Contribution if accommodation is not at level for a member's rank group         3
   7.3.18      Member on part-time leave without pay                                           3
   7.3.19      Member on leave without pay                                                     3
   7.3.20      Contribution on change of rank                                                  4
   7.3.21      Reduced contribution for Defence Establishment Berrimah, NT                     4
   7.3.21A     Higher contribution for single bedroom apartments – Homebush and North          4
               Strathfield

   Division 3: Exemptions from contribution
   7.3.22      Members who do not pay to live in                                               1
   7.3.23      Member required to live in temporarily                                          2
   7.3.24      Member on temporary duty in another location                                    3
   7.3.25      Member on leave                                                                 3
   7.3.25A     ...                                                                             3




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   Division 4: Members posted to seagoing ships and nuships
   7.3.26       Purpose                                                                      1
   7.3.27       Member this Division applies to                                              1
   7.3.28       This Division does not apply to a member posted to a seagoing submarine      1
   7.3.29       Definitions                                                                  2
   7.3.30       Basis                                                                        2
   7.3.31       ...                                                                          3
   7.3.32       Accommodation on board for seagoing member                                   3
   7.3.33       Accommodation ashore for seagoing member                                     3
   7.3.34       Contributions for accommodation ashore                                       4
   7.3.35       Accommodation and contributions for seagoing member on temporary duty        5
   7.3.36       Contribution when ship is uninhabitable                                      6
   7.3.37       Food allowance for seagoing member in temporary accommodation ashore         7
   7.3.38       Laundry allowance for seagoing member in temporary accommodation             7
                ashore

Part 4: Temporary accommodation allowance
   7.4.1        Overview                                                                     1
   7.4.2        Definition – suitable accommodation                                          1
   7.4.3        Contents                                                                     1

   Division 1: Purpose, members entitled and conditions
   7.4.4        Purpose                                                                      1
   7.4.5        Members entitled                                                             1
   7.4.6        Member not entitled                                                          2
   7.4.7        Member ceases continuous full-time service                                   3
   7.4.8        Entitlement of dependants on death of member                                 3
   7.4.9        Conditions on entitlement                                                    4

   Division 2: Types of accommodation
   7.4.10       CDF direction to stay in a specified place                                   1
   7.4.11       Serviced apartment preferred                                                 2
   7.4.12       Member required to live in                                                   2
   7.4.13       Number of rooms in temporary accommodation                                   3

   Division 3: Period of entitlement
   7.4.14       Start date of period of entitlement                                          1
   7.4.15       Length of period of entitlement                                              2
   7.4.16       Member buying a home                                                         3
   7.4.17       Member temporarily out of a residence                                        4
   7.4.18       Extension of period of entitlement                                           4

   Division 4: Rates of allowance and advance payment
   7.4.19       Rate of allowance – hotel or serviced apartment                              1
   7.4.20       Standard of accommodation                                                    2
   7.4.21       Meals – hotel or serviced apartment                                          2
   7.4.22       Rate of allowance – other temporary accommodation                            4
   7.4.23       Meals – other temporary accommodation                                        6
   7.4.24       Advance payment of allowance                                                 6

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   Division 5: Rate of contribution
   7.4.25       Purpose                                                                       1
   7.4.26       Rate of contribution                                                          1
   7.4.27       Allowance and contribution for member couple                                  2


Part 5: Service residences
   7.5.1        Overview                                                                       1
   7.5.2        Contents                                                                       1

   Division 1: Definitions and key concepts
   7.5.3        Definitions                                                                    1

   Division 2: Suitable Service residence
   7.5.4        Suitable Service residence                                                    1
   7.5.5        Classification of Service residence and rent band choice accommodation        3
   7.5.6        Members with special needs dependants                                         4
   7.5.7        Members with large number of dependants                                       4
   7.5.8        ...                                                                           4

   Division 3: Market-rent-based classification of a Service residence
   7.5.9        Purpose                                                                       1
   7.5.10       Market-rent-based classification                                              1
   7.5.11       Rent bands                                                                    2
   7.5.12       Minimum standard for market-rent-based classification                         3
   7.5.13       Rent band for a member's rank group                                           4
   7.5.13A      Useful links                                                                  5

   Division 4: Amenity-based classification of a Service residence
   7.5.14       Purpose                                                                       1
   7.5.15       Amenity-based classification                                                  1
   7.5.16       Amenity-based classification for a member's rank group                        2
   7.5.17       Group E Service residence – Major General or higher                           3
   7.5.17A      Useful links                                                                  4

   Division 5: Classification of on-base Service residence
   7.5.18       Purpose                                                                       1
   7.5.19       Service residence on a Defence establishment                                  1
   7.5.20       Minimum housing standard for on-base Service residence                        2
   7.5.21       Additional functional amenities                                               3
   7.5.22       Allocation of on-base Service residences                                      3
   7.5.22A      Useful links                                                                  4

   Division 6: Rent band choice homes
   7.5.23       Purpose                                                                       1
   7.5.24       Rent band choice                                                              1
   7.5.25       Member living in a rent band choice home above their rank group               2
   7.5.26       Member living in rent band choice home below their rank group                 3




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   Division 7: When a member is eligible to live in a Service residence
   7.5.27       Member with dependants eligible for a Service residence                         1
   7.5.28       Member with dependants (unaccompanied) eligibility in two locations             2
   7.5.29       Member without dependants eligible for a surplus Service residence              2
   7.5.30       Member with dependants can choose two-bedroom home                              2
   7.5.31       Members with part-time contact with children                                    3
   7.5.32       Acceptance or rejection of reasonable offer                                     3
   7.5.33       Reasons for rejecting a reasonable offer                                        5
   7.5.34       Changing Service residences                                                     6
   7.5.35       Pet ownership                                                                   7
   7.5.36       Ineligible member can apply for surplus Service residence                       7
   7.3.36A      Service residence for member on deployment                                      8
   7.3.36B      Insurance for members who are away                                              9

   Division 8: Appointment, tied and assigned residences
   7.5.37       Appointment residences                                                          1
   7.5.38       ...                                                                             1
   7.5.39       Tied residences                                                                 2
   7.5.40       Assignment of other specific residences                                         2
   7.5.41       Furniture rental for appointment, tied and assigned residences                  3

   Division 9: Contributions
   7.5.42       Overview                                                                        1
   7.5.43       Contribution for Service residence or rent band choice home                     1
   7.5.43A      Suspended contributions for a member without dependants                         3
   7.5.43B      ...                                                                             3
   7.5.44       Choice contribution scheme, above rank group                                    3
   7.5.45       Contribution for a home chosen at a lower rank group's rent band or             4
                amenity group
   7.5.46       Member allocated a Service residence above their rank group                     4
   7.5.47       Member allocated a Service residence below their rank group                     5
   7.5.48       Allocation above or below rank group eligibility – fast find table              6
   7.5.49       Member promoted or commissioned                                                 6
   7.5.50       Member reduced in rank                                                          7
   7.5.51       Member on leave without pay                                                     8
   7.5.52       Member on part-time leave without pay                                           8
   7.5.53       Member undergoing training                                                      9
   7.5.54       Service residence reclassified                                                  9
   7.5.55       Contribution for member dependants                                              9

   Division 10: End of entitlement to live in a Service residence
   7.5.56       No Service residence available                                                  1
   7.5.57       Member rejects a reasonable offer                                               1
   7.5.58       Member buys a suitable own home                                                 3
   7.5.59       Dependants not at the Service residence                                         4
   7.5.60       Member dies                                                                     5
   7.5.61       Member keeps a Service residence at losing location                             6
   7.5.62       Rejecting a Service residence – effect of temporary accommodation               6
                allowance
   7.5.63       Special conditions on separation – statutory appointees                          7

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Part 5A: Choice Accommodation – Darwin
   7.5A.1       Overview                                                                     1
   7.5A.2       Contents                                                                     1

   Division 1: Entitlement to Choice Accommodation – Darwin
   7.5A.3       Definitions                                                                  1
   7.5A.4       Choice Accommodation                                                         1
   7.5A.5       Member who is eligible                                                       1
   7.5A.6       Member not eligible                                                          2
   7.5A.7       Choice Accommodation rent band for member's rank                             2
   7.5A.8       Member living in Choice Accommodation above their rank group                 3
   7.5A.9       Member living in Choice Accommodation below their rank group                 3
   7.5A.9A      Change in Classification of Choice Accommodation                             4
   7.5A.10      Storage of furniture and effects                                             4
   7.5A.11      Advances of rent or bond                                                     4
   7.5A.11A     Choice Accommodation on deployment                                           4

   Division 2: Contributions
   7.5A.12      Contribution for Choice Accommodation – Member without dependants'           1
   7.5A.13      Contribution for member on part-time leave without pay                       1
   7.5A.14      How visiting members affect contributions                                    2
   7.5A.15      Contribution when one member leaves a shared home                            2
   7.5A.16      Exemption from contributions                                                 3


Part 6: Rent allowance
   7.6.1        Overview                                                                      1
   7.6.2        Purpose                                                                       1
   7.6.3        Definitions                                                                   1
   7.6.4        Contents                                                                      1

   Division 1: Member entitled to rent allowance
   7.6.5        Member entitled and period of entitlement                                    1
   7.6.6        Member not entitled                                                          3
   7.6.7        How to apply for rent allowance                                              3

   Division 2: Rent ceilings
   7.6.8        Purpose                                                                       1
   7.6.9        Rent ceilings – member with dependants                                       1
   7.6.10       Rent ceilings – other members                                                2
   7.6.10A      Transitional rent ceilings for some members                                  3
   7.6.11       No rent ceiling set for posting location                                     5
   7.6.12       CDF may increase rent ceiling                                                5
   7.6.13       Applications for a rent allowance ceiling increase                           6
   7.6.14       Member who cannot apply for increased rent ceiling                           6
   7.6.15       Increased rent ceiling – effect on rent allowance                            7
   7.6.16       Reduction in rent ceiling – effect on rent allowance                         8



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   Division 3: Contributions
   7.6.17       Contribution for rented home                                                     1
   7.6.18       When rent contribution ceases for a member without dependants                    2

   Division 4: How rent allowance is worked out
   7.6.19       Working out rent allowance                                                      1
   7.6.20       Shared home                                                                     3
   7.6.20A      House-sitter for absent member                                                  4
   7.6.21       Home is sublet                                                                  4
   7.6.22       Allowance and contribution for dependant who is also a member                   5
   7.6.23       Furniture rental                                                                6
   7.6.24       Major General – reduced rent allowance                                          7
   7.6.25       Member promoted                                                                 7
   7.6.26       Member reduced in rank                                                          8
   7.6.27       Changing homes at the posting location                                          8

   Division 5: Events that will end or limit entitlement
   7.6.28       Member moves to other suitable accommodation                                     1
   7.6.28A      Rent allowance on deployment                                                    4
   7.6.28AB     Insurance for members who are away                                               4
   7.6.28B      ...                                                                             4
   7.6.29       Member with less than 12 months until ceasing continuous full-time service      5
   7.6.30       Dependants removed before member ceases full-time service                       5
   7.6.31       Member on leave without pay                                                     6
   7.6.32       Member on part-time leave without pay                                           6
   7.6.33       Dependants not at a rented home                                                 7
   7.6.34       Member dies                                                                     7
   7.6.35       Rent allowance audit                                                            8
   7.6.36       Member who fails to respond to audit                                            8

   Division 6: Advances and repayments
   7.6.37       Purpose                                                                          1
   7.6.38       Assistance with payments for rental home                                        1
   7.6.39       Advance payment of bond when sharing                                            2
   7.6.40       Advance to assist member with rent                                              2
   7.6.41       Member to give evidence of payment                                              3
   7.6.42       Unused advances to be repaid                                                    3
   7.6.43       Method of repayment                                                             4
   7.6.44       Rent paid before member moves in                                                5
   7.6.45       Rent paid after member moves out                                                5




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Division 3: Definitions and key concepts
7.1.14 Definitions
7.1.15 Posting location
7.1.16 Suitable accommodation


7.1.14 Definitions
           This table defines terms used in this Chapter.


                    Term                                  Definition in this Chapter
          Date of purchase           The date they enter into a contract to buy their own home.
                                     Example: The member formally exchanges contracts.
          Date of sale               For a member’s own home, the date they enter into a contract to
                                     sell the home.
          Hotel                      Includes a motel, boarding house or similar accommodation. It
                                     does not include a serviced apartment.
                                     See: The definition of serviced apartment in this clause.
          HomeFind                   The electronic database and home allocation system maintained
                                     by the Defence Housing Australia.
          Own home and               a. The member is taken to own a home when one or a
          'ownership'                     combination of these people hold an interest as an owner of
                                          the home.
                                           i. The member.
                                           ii. A dependant of the member.
                                           iii. A company, trust, partnership or joint venture that the
                                                member or their dependant hold a controlling interest or
                                                equal share in.

                                     b. The interest can be a controlling interest or an equal share.
                                     Example: Three members buy an equal third share in a home.
                                     They rent it out when posted out of the home's location. When
                                     one of the members returns to the home's location, the member is
                                     taken to own the home.

                                     c. The interest in the home may be legal or equitable.
                                     Example 1:
                                     The member is the sole beneficiary of a trust. Their dependant is
                                     the trustee who holds the legal title. The home is still the
                                     member's because they have an equitable interest in it.

                                     Example 2:
                                     The member's home is mortgaged to a lender. The member is still
                                     taken to own the home even though the lender also has an
                                     interest in it.

                                     See: Chapter 7 Part 2.
          Posting location           See: Division 3 clause 7.1.15
          Rank                       Worn rank.




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                        Term                                   Definition in this Chapter
             Rent                          A charge for a rented home for which rent allowance is payable. It
                                           includes both these charges if they apply.
                                           a. A charge for a garage at the home.
                                           b. A charge for rental of furniture or household appliances for
                                           the home.
                                           See: Part 6 Division 4 clause 7.6.19, Working out rent allowance.
             Rent ceiling                  An amount that is the maximum weekly rent that can be used to
                                           work out a member's rent allowance.

                                           See:
                                           Part 6 Division 2, How rent allowance is worked out
                                           Annex 7.B, Rent ceilings
             Service residence             A home provided by the Commonwealth.

             Serviced apartment            Accommodation that the CDF is satisfied is a serviced apartment.
                                           The CDF must consider all these criteria.

                                           a. Whether it has facilities that are similar to those generally
                                              available in an apartment or flat.
                                           b. The level of services provided.
                                           c. The level of cooking and dining facilities.
                                           Note: As a guide, these would be regarded as suitable cooking
                                              and dining facilities.
                                               i. A kitchen separate from bedrooms.
                                               ii. A stove with two rings and an oven.
                                               iii. A microwave.
                                               iv. A suitable sized refrigerator.
                                               v. A sink for washing dishes, with hot water supply.
                                               vi. A pantry or other food storage area.
                                               vii. Enough pots, pans, cutlery and crockery for the member
                                                    or dependants.
                                               viii. A dining table and dining chairs.
             Suitable accommodation        See: Division 3 clause 7.1.16
             Utilities                  See: Part 8 clause 7.8.2, Utilities – definition
             Utility connection deposit A deposit required before water, gas or electricity services can be
                                        supplied to a home.


Persons who can make the decision under clause 7.1.14, definition of serviced apartment, on behalf of the CDF:
A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
- Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre (HMC)
- Relocations Manager in the Housing Management Centre
- Housing Management Centre Manager
- National Operations – Removals Manager
- National Operations – Vacancy/Allocations Manager
- National Relocations Manager




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     2.       If the CDF decides that the accommodation is unsuitable, the member may be eligible for
              rent allowance.

              See: Part 6, Rent allowance



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 7.3.12.1 on behalf of the CDF:
Commanding Officer – Navy
Unit CO or Officer Commanding an independent subunit not below the rank of MAJ (E) – Army
Officer Commanding or Commanding Officer not below the rank of MAJ (E) – Air Force


7.3.13 Member required to share room
     1.       Subject to subclause 2, a member living in will have their own room.

     2.       A member may be required to share when living in, if they are in one of the groups in the
              table.


               Item               A member in this group...                      may be required to share...
                 1.      normal entry recruit or Reserve recruit          with three or more other members in a
                         during basic recruit training, in item 3 of      room.
                         the table in subclause 7.3.11A
                         Related Information: Item 1 of Part 1
                         and Item 1 of Part 2 of Schedule B.13 to
                         DFRT Determination No. 15 of 2008,
                         Salaries.
                 2.      Navy category school trainee in item 4 of        with between one and three other
                         the table in subclause 7.3.11A                   members in a room.
                 3.      initial employment trainee in the Infantry
                         Corps of the Army in item 5 of the table
                         in subclause 7.3.11A
                 4.      any member below the rank of Major               by the CDF, when there are not enough
                                                                          rooms for one each.


Persons who can make the decision under clause 7.3.13.2, table item 4, on behalf of the CDF:
Commanding Officer or Officer Commanding not below MAJ(E) at the base where the member is required to live in.
Commanding Officer or Officer Commanding not below MAJ(E) in the member's direct chain of command.


7.3.14 Medical officer taken to live in during compulsory residency
     1.       This clause applies to a member who is a medical officer working at a hospital during a
              period of compulsory residency.

     2.       If the hospital makes available accommodation that they have to occupy, it is taken to be
              living-in accommodation.

              Related Information: See subclause 7.3.16.5, Contribution for living-in accommodation, for
              rates of contribution.




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7.3.14A Chaplain in training taken to live in
    1.    This clause applies to a member who meets both the following conditions.

          a.    The member is in training as a Chaplain at a seminary or theological college.

          b.    The member must live in accommodation provided by the seminary or theological
                college.

    2.    The accommodation described in paragraph 1.b is taken to be living-in accommodation.

          Related Information: See subclause 7.3.16.5, Contribution for living-in accommodation, for
          rates of contribution.



7.3.15 Member buys a suitable own home
          If the member purchases a suitable own home, they cannot choose to live in under
          clause 7.3.7. This is unless the member has been required to live in under clause 7.3.5.

          Note: In some cases, the home that a member purchases will not be suitable. Owning the
          home will not affect eligibility for living-in accommodation.

          See: Part 2, Suitable own home.



7.3.15A Living-in accommodation on deployment
    1.    This clause applies to a member who meets all the following conditions.

          a.    The member is living in.

          b.    The member is a member without dependants or a member with dependants
                (unaccompanied).

          c.    The member is deployed for six months or longer.

                Exception: A member who meets all the following requirements.

                 i.     The member is deployed for a period of less than six months.

                 ii.    While deployed, the member's deployment is extended.

                 iii.   The total period of a member's deployment is six months or longer.

    2.    A member may make a choice between the following options.

          a.    To keep the living-in accommodation for the period of the member's deployment.

          b.    To leave the living-in accommodation.

                Related Information: A member who chooses to leave living-in accommodation
                becomes entitled to a range of removal and storage conditions. Summaries are in
                clauses 17.5.12 (for warlike deployments) and 17.7.12 (for non-warlike deployments).

    3.    The choice in subclause 2 must be in writing to the member's Commanding Officer and
          made before the member is deployed.

    4.    A member who fails to make a choice under subclause 2 is taken to have chosen to keep
          the living-in accommodation under paragraph 2.a.




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7.3.17 Contribution if accommodation is not at level for a member's rank group
             This table shows what contribution a member must pay if their accommodation is not at the
             level for their rank.


              Item           If the member lives in                then their contribution is the one in the
                          accommodation that is…                            table that applies for…
               1.    below the level for their rank group        the lower rank group.
               2.    above the level for their rank group        their rank group.

             Example: A room is classified as senior non-commissioned officer (SNCO) Level 3.

                     a.    If a Warrant Officer occupies it, the contribution is the one for SNCO Level 3.

                     b.    If a Corporal occupies it, the contribution is the one for Other Rank Level 3.

                     c.    If a Major occupies it, the contribution is the one for SNCO Level 3.



7.3.18 Member on part-time leave without pay
     1.      This clause applies to a member on part-time leave without pay for more than nine days,
             including weekends, in each pay period.

     2.      The member's contribution is 150% of the rate that would apply to them under the table in
             clause 7.3.16.

     3.      The CDF may decide that the member was granted the part-time leave without pay for
             exceptional reasons. In this case, they must pay the same contribution as a member who is
             not on leave without pay.


Persons who can make the decision under subclause 7.3.18.3 on behalf of the CDF:
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements
Director General Navy People
Director Navy Personnel Policy
Director Navy Employment Conditions
Director General Personnel – Air Force
Director Military Administration – Air Force
Deputy Director Personnel Concepts and Policy – Air Force
Director General Personnel – Army
Director Personnel Policy – Army




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7.3.19 Member on leave without pay
     1.      This clause applies to a member who is granted leave without pay. It does not apply to a
             member granted part-time leave without pay.

     2.      The member must pay to live in. They must pay the rate in the table below.

     3.      The CDF may decide that the member was granted the leave without pay for exceptional
             reasons. In this case, they must pay the same contribution as a member who is not on
             leave without pay.

     4.      This table sets out the contribution rate for a member on leave without pay.

             Item If the member's accommodation                  then their weekly contribution is ($)...
                                is a ...
               1. single room with private facilities                              137.55
               2. single room with shared facilities                               117.95
               3. shared room                                                      98.35
               4. dormitory room                                                   49.70

     5.      An additional charge of $46.20 a week applies if housekeeping services are included with
             the accommodation.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 7.3.19.3 on behalf of the CDF:
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements
Director General Navy People
Director Navy Personnel Policy
Director Navy Employment Conditions
Director General Personnel – Air Force
Director Military Administration – Air Force
Deputy Director Personnel Concepts and Policy – Air Force
Director General Personnel – Army
Director Personnel Policy – Army


7.3.20 Contribution on change of rank
     1.      A member who is promoted or reduced in rank may be entitled to change to a different rank
             group for living-in accommodation. If their rank group changes, then their contribution will
             change.

     2.      The member must pay a contribution at the rate that applies to their new rank in the table in
             clause 7.3.16.

     3.      The new rate will apply from the later of these dates.

             a.     The day the rank changes.

             b.     The day the member moves into their new accommodation.




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7.3.21 Reduced contribution for Defence Establishment – Berrimah, NT
             The CDF may decide that there is a significant reduction in the condition of the living-in
             accommodation at Defence Establishment – Berrimah in the Northern Territory. In this case,
             the CDF may waive the whole or part of the member's contribution for living-in.

             Note: Defence Establishment – Berrimah is on the former site of HMAS Coonawarra.



Persons who can make the decision under clause 7.3.21 on behalf of the CDF:
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements


7.3.21A Higher contribution for single bedroom apartments – Homebush and North
Strathfield
     1.      This clause applies to a member who occupies a single bedroom apartment at one of the
             following Navy accommodation complexes.

             a.     Homebush, New South Wales.

             b.     North Strathfield, New South Wales.

     2.      A member must make a weekly contribution of $89.57 towards the cost of the
             accommodation.




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Division 3: Exemptions from contribution
           TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.A, item 125.

7.3.22 Members who do not pay to live in
7.3.23 Member required to live in temporarily
7.3.24 Member on temporary duty in another location
7.3.25 Member on leave
7.3.25A Member deployed at short notice


7.3.22 Members who do not pay to live in
    1.     For a period a member is in any of these groups, they do not have to pay to live in.

           a.    A member with dependants who lives in temporarily for Service reasons.

           b.    A member with dependants (unaccompanied).

           c.    A normal entry recruit during basic recruit training.

           ca.   A Reserve recruit during basic recruit training

           d.    A member posted to a seagoing submarine.

           e.    The member is absent from Australia on a deployment.

                 Note: Their contribution ceases on the day they board a ship or aircraft for the
                 journey from Australia to the operational area.

           ea.   ...

           f.    A member sharing a room with four or more other persons.

           g.    A member who is in hospital.

           h.    A member who is entitled to Antarctic allowance.

                 See: Chapter 4 Part 4 Division 8

           i.    A member in custody, in prison or on detention under the Defence Force Discipline
                 Act 1982.

    2.     For a period a member is in any of these groups, they do not have to pay to live in. They
           must meet the conditions for their group.

           a.    A member temporarily living in accommodation that is below level 1 but suitable for a
                 short stay.

                 Example: A member in transit or on a course.

                 Note: It is expected that members will occupy living-in accommodation in these
                 circumstances for less than 21 days.




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          b.    A member who has been living under field conditions or on a seagoing ship. In these
                cases, the living-in contribution is nil from the 22nd day of a continuous period in
                which the member was living under these conditions. This subclause applies even if
                the period after that day is broken by a return of up to seven days to their
                accommodation.

                Note: This means that the member must contribute for the first 21 days.

                Example: A member who has just spent 30 days at sea occupies their living-in
                accommodation for five days and then rejoins the ship when it sails again. The
                member's contribution will not be restarted for the short period in which the member
                occupied living-in accommodation.

                Non-example: A member who has just spent 30 days at sea occupies their living-in
                accommodation for 10 days and then rejoins the ship when it sails again. The
                member's contribution will restart on occupation of living-in accommodation, and will
                continue until the member has been on the ship for more than 21 days.

          c.    A member on Reserve service who meets all these conditions.

                 i.     They are required to live in temporarily for Service reasons.

                 ii.    The period of living-in is less than six months.

                 iii.   They are undertaking a training commitment.

                        Examples: Overnight duty, courses or operational requirements.

          d.    A member on Reserve service who meets all these conditions.

                 i.     They are performing consecutive days of duty.

                 ii.    They cannot return home overnight.

                 iii.   Living-in accommodation has been made available to the member.

                Example: A member working Monday to Friday. Their unit is too far away from their
                home to commute each day. The member returns home on weekends.



7.3.23 Member required to live in temporarily
          A member without dependants who meets these conditions does not have to pay to live in.

          a.    They normally live out.

          b.    They must live in temporarily for Service reasons.

          c.    They keep their living-out accommodation while they are living-in.




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7.3.24 Member on temporary duty in another location
              A member without dependants does not have to pay for living-in when they are on
              temporary duty and they meet all these conditions.

              a.    They normally live in.

              b.    They must perform temporary duty at another location.

              c.    They keep paying for living-in at their normal place of duty while they are at the other
                    location.



7.3.25 Member on leave
    1.        This clause applies to a member who lives in and is away from their accommodation on
              leave.

    2.        The member does not have to pay to keep their living-in accommodation for the period of
              leave if both these conditions are met.

              a.    They and any other members living in with them are directed to take leave.

                    Example: A unit stand-down.

              b.    Their living-in accommodation is closed to them during the period of leave.

    3.        A member without dependants does not have to pay to live in when they meet all these
              conditions.

              a.    They are absent on leave for more than 72 hours.

              b.    They choose to vacate their living-in accommodation.

              c.    Their accommodation is available to be reallocated to other members.

    4.        A member who subclause 3 applies to is subject to these conditions on housing and
              removal assistance.

              a.    They must arrange and pay for the removal and storage of their personal effects and
                    furniture.

              b.    Their accommodation may be given to another member while they are away.

              c.    Living-in accommodation may not be available on their return, unless they are
                    required to live in.



7.3.25A ...




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7.5.43A Suspended contributions for a member without dependants
              A member without dependants occupying a surplus Service residence is not required to
              make a contribution to the cost of the home for a period when any of the circumstances in
              the table apply to the member, from the date described in the table.



          Item          If the member is …                          the contribution ceases on …
            1. living under field conditions               the twenty-second day of a continuous period in
                                                           which the member was living under those
               2.   living on a seagoing ship              conditions.
                                                           This applies even if the period after that day is
                                                           broken by either or both of the following events.
                                                           a. The member returns to their accommodation
                                                              for up to seven days.
                                                           b. The member takes up to seven days of leave.
               3.   posted to a seagoing submarine         the day the posting period starts.
               4.   on deployment                          the day they board a ship or aircraft for the
                                                           journey from Australia to the operational area.
               5.   ...

              See: Division 3 clause 7.5.10, Member without dependants eligible for a surplus Service
              residence



7.5.43B ...


7.5.44 Choice contribution scheme, above rank group
              If the member chooses to accept a Service residence or rent band choice home with a rent
              band higher than the one specified for the member's rank group eligibility under clause
              7.5.13, the member must pay the contribution listed for their rank and the higher rent band
              under Part 2 of Annex 7.A1 for the period that they hold the home.

              Note: This is called a 'choice contribution scheme' contribution.

              See:
              Annex 7.A1, Contributions for accommodation
              Division 3 clause 7.5.13, Rent band for a member's rank group




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7.5.45 Contribution for a home chosen at a lower rank group's rent band or amenity
group
   1.     This clause applies to a member who chooses a Service residence or rent band choice
          home that meets either of the following descriptions.

          a.    A home with a lower rent band than the member is eligible for at their rank group
                specified in clause 7.5.13.

                See: Division 3 clause 7.5.13, Rent band for a member's rank group

          b.    A home with a lower amenity group than the member is eligible for at their rank group
                specified in clause 7.5.16.

                See: Division 4 clause 7.5.16, Amenity-based classification for a member's rank
                group

   2.     The member must only pay the contribution for the lower rank group listed against the rent
          band or amenity group of the home, under clause 7.5.43 and Annex 7.A1.

          See: Annex 7.A1, Contributions for Service residence or rent band choice accommodation

          Exception: The member chose a Service residence before 1 July 2007 with one or more
          bedrooms above the number that would be suitable under clause 7.5.4. The member must
          pay the contribution for their rank group.

          See: Division 2 clause 7.5.4, Suitable Service residence



7.5.46 Member allocated a Service residence above their rank group
   1.     This clause applies to a member who is allocated a Service residence in a rent band or
          amenity group that is higher than the one specified for the member's rank group in
          whichever is relevant of clause 7.5.13.1 or 7.5.16.1.

          See:
          Division 3, Market-rent-based classification of a Service residence
          Division 4, Amenity-based classification of a Service residence

   2.     The member must pay the contribution that applies under clause 7.5.43 and Annex 7.A1.

          Exception: A member with the rank of Lieutenant or Second Lieutenant who accepted the
          offer of a Service residence classified as amenity group B2 or above before 1 July 2007
          must pay the contribution that is listed for a Captain with a home classified as rent band 2 or
          amenity group B2 for the period they hold the home.

          Note: This means they continue paying the contribution for the rank group they held before
          the 1 July changes.

          See: Clause 7.5.48, Allocation above or below rank group eligibility – fast find table




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7.5.47 Member allocated a Service residence below their rank group
   1.     This clause applies to a member who is allocated a Service residence that meets either of
          the following descriptions.

          a.    A home with a lower rent band than the member is eligible for at their rank group
                specified under the table in clause 7.5.13.

                See: Division 3 clause 7.5.13, Rent bank for a member's rank group

          b.    A home with a lower amenity group than the member is eligible for at their rank group
                specified under the table in clause 7.5.16.

                See: Division 4 clause 7.5.16, Amenity-based classification for a member's rank
                group

   2.     The member must only pay the contribution for the lower rank group listed against the rent
          band or amenity group of the home in Annex 7.A1.

          See: Clause 7.5.48, Allocation above or below rank group eligibility – fast find table

          Exception: The member was allocated a Service residence before 1 July 2007 with one or
          more bedrooms above the number that would be suitable under clause 7.5.4. The member
          must pay the contribution for their rank group.

          See: Division 2 clause 7.5.4, Suitable Service residence




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7.5.48 Allocation above or below rank group eligibility – fast find table
          The table below shows how a member's contribution is affected by the rules in
          clauses 7.5.46 and 7.5.47.



           Item     If the member's        and they are    because there are            then they will pay
                         rank is…      allocated a Service         no...                 the contribution
                                           residence in                                       for…
                                        amenity group or
                                           rent band…
            1.     Corporal or lower   Group A             Group B1 or Rent            Group A.
                                                           Band 1 residences
                                       Group B2 or Rent    available
                                       Band 2
            2.     Staff Sergeant,     Group A             Group B1 or Rent            Group A.
                   Sergeant                                Band 1 residences
                                                           available
                                       Group B2 or Rent    Group B1 or Rent            a. Group B1.
                                       Band 2              Band B1 residences          b. Rent Band 1.
                                                           available
            3.     Lieutenant, Second Group B2 or Rent     Group B1 or Rent            a. Group B1.
                   Lieutenant          Band 2 residence    Band 1 residences           b. Rent Band 1.
                                                           available
            4.     Captain, Warrant    Group B1 or Rent    Group B2 or Rent            a. Group B1.
                   Officer Class 1,    Band B1 residence Band 2 residences             b. Rent Band 1.
                   Warrant Officer                         available
                   Class 2             Group C or Rent     Group B2 or Rent            a. Group B2.
                                       band 3 residence    Band 2 residences           b. Rent Band 2.
                                                           available
            5.     Lieutenant Colonel, Group B2 or Rent    Group C or Rent             a. Group B2.
                   Major               Band 2 residence    Band 3 residences           b. Rent Band 2.
                                                           available
                                       Group D or Rent     Group C or Rent             a. Group C.
                                       Band 4 residence    Band 3 residences           b. Rent Band 3.
                                                           available
            6.     Brigadier, Colonel  Group C or Rent     Group D or Rent             a. Group C.
                                       Band 3 residence    Band 4 residences           b. Rent Band 3.
                                                           available


7.5.49 Member promoted or commissioned
    1.    This clause applies to a member who meets both of these conditions.

          a.      They live in a Service residence that is above their rank group eligibility.

          b.      They are promoted to a rank in the next higher rank group.

    2.    A member who has been promoted must notify Defence Housing Australia in writing. This
          allows Defence Housing Australia to assess whether the promotion has any effect on the
          member's contribution.

    3.    On the date of their promotion, the member's contribution for the Service residence is
          increased to the rate for their new rank group (relevant to the classification of the Service
          residence).




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   4.    If a member's new rank group is the one specified for the classification of their Service
         residence or rent band choice home under subclause 7.5.13.1 or 7.5.16.1, both the
         following arrangements apply.

         a.    Any requirement for the member to pay a choice contribution scheme amount under
               Part 2 of Annex 7.A1 ceases.

         b.    The member must pay the contribution worked out under Part 1 of Annex 7.A1.

   5.    A member who is notified of a promotion to a higher rank group is able to be allocated a
         Service residence at the higher rank group before the posting commences. The member
         may continue to pay the contribution for their substantive rank group until the date the
         promotion commences. From the date of promotion the member must pay the contribution
         for their new rank.

   6.    If a member is appointed as a commissioned officer, and this results in a reduction in the
         member's rank group under the table in clause 7.5.13.1 or 7.5.16.1, the member is taken to
         continue to be eligible in the rank group they held as a non-commissioned officer, until they
         reach a higher rank.

         Example: A Flight Sergeant commissions as a Flying Officer and their rank group eligibility
         would normally change from rent band 2 (or B2) to rent band 1 (or B1). Instead, the member
         keeps their eligibility for a rent band 2 Service residence and stays in their home, making
         the same contribution.



7.5.50 Member reduced in rank
   1.    This clause applies to a member who meets all these conditions.

         a.    They live in a Service residence that is at or above their rank group eligibility.

         b.    They are reduced to a rank in a lower rank group.

   2.    On the date their rank is reduced, the member's contribution for an allocated Service
         residence is reduced to the rate for their new rank group (relevant to the classification of the
         Service residence).

   3.    If the member paid a contribution for their home under clause 7.5.44 (the choice
         contribution scheme) immediately before they were reduced in rank, they must continue to
         pay the contribution that applies for their home and previous rank under Part 2 of
         Annex 7.A1.

   4.    A member who has been reduced in rank must notify Defence Housing Australia in writing.
         This allows Defence Housing Australia to assess whether the reduction in rank has any
         effect on the member's contribution.

   5.    On reduction of rank, a member who is paying a contribution under the choice contribution
         scheme may elect to move out of the home. The removal does not attract any assistance
         and is at the member's own expense.




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7.5.51 Member on leave without pay
     1.      A member is not entitled to live in a Service residence while they are on leave without pay
             under Chapter 5 Part 8, Leave without pay.

             See: Chapter 5 Part 8, Leave without pay

     2.      This clause does not apply to a member on one of these kinds of leave.

             a.     Part-time leave without pay.

             b.     Maternity leave.

             c.     Parental leave.

     3.      The CDF may decide that the member was granted the leave without pay for exceptional
             reasons. In this case, they may be entitled to a Service residence in the normal way. They
             pay their usual contribution.

     4.      A member who is not entitled to a Service residence under this clause may apply to live in a
             Service residence under Division 7 clause 7.5.36. They must pay the Defence Housing
             Australia rent under subclause 7.5.36.

             See: Division 7, When a member is eligible to live in a service residence



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 7.5.51.3 on behalf of the CDF:
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements
Director General Navy People
Director Navy Personnel Policy
Director Navy Employment Conditions
Director General Personnel – Air Force
Director Military Administration – Air Force
Deputy Director Personnel Concepts and Policy – Air Force
Director General Personnel – Army
Director Personnel Policy – Army


7.5.52 Member on part-time leave without pay
     1.      This clause applies to a member who meets both these conditions.

             a.     They are on part-time leave without pay.

             b.     They are entitled to live in a Service residence.

     2.      This table sets out the rates of contribution that the member must pay toward the cost of the
             Service residence during their part-time leave without pay.


             Item     If the member's part-time leave                          they must pay...
                      without pay each fortnight is...
              1.    more than nine days                        150% of the rate set for their rank and
                                                               circumstances in Annex 7.A1.
              2.    nine days or less                          the rate set for their rank and circumstances in
                                                               Annex 7.A1.




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             Note: Leave for a fortnightly pay period includes the four weekend days in the pay period.
             This makes a total of nine days of leave and five days on duty for the fortnight.

     3.      The CDF may decide that the member was granted the part-time leave without pay for
             exceptional reasons. In this case, they may be entitled to a Service residence at their usual
             contribution rate for the residence.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 7.5.52.3 on behalf of the CDF:
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements
Director General Navy People
Director Navy Personnel Policy
Director Navy Employment Conditions
Director General Personnel – Air Force
Director Military Administration – Air Force
Deputy Director Personnel Concepts and Policy – Air Force
Director General Personnel – Army
Director Personnel Policy – Army


7.5.53 Member undergoing training
             A member with dependants' contribution for their Service residence is not reduced for any
             period that the member is a member undergoing training.

             See: Chapter 1 Part 3 Division 1 clause 1.3.41, definition of member undergoing training.



7.5.54 Service residence reclassified
             A change in the rent band or amenity group of a Service residence under Division 3, 4, 5
             or 6 does not apply until the end of any current occupancy agreement.
             Note: This means that a change will not affect a member during the life of their tenancy.
             Exception: A tenancy that continues beyond 1 July 2017.

             Related Information: Clause 7.5.43 allows CDF to reduce a contribution in some
             circumstances, without changing the classification of a Service residence.



7.5.55 Contribution for member dependants
     1.      This table sets out who pays the contribution, if a member's adult dependant is also a
             member and both occupy a Service residence.


              Item        If the members have…                   the contribution is payable only by
                                                                        the member with the…
               1.    different rank group eligibility     higher rank group eligibility.
               2.    the same rank group eligibility      higher rank, increment or pay grade.




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   2.    Only one contribution is payable by a member and their adult dependant jointly under
         subclause 1, if they meet all these conditions.

         a.    They are both members.

         b.    One of them is a member with dependants (unaccompanied) under
               subclause 1.3.81.6.

               See: Chapter 1 Part 3 clause 1.3.81, Member with dependants (unaccompanied)

         c.    The other is a member with dependants.

   3.    However, no contribution is payable by either member under subclause 2, if one of the
         members occupies a suitable own home.

   4.    If the senior member is on leave without pay, the member's contribution is taken to remain
         at the same rate as before period of the leave began.

         See: Chapter 5 Part 8, Leave without pay




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Division 1: Entitlement to Choice Accommodation – Darwin
7.5A.3 Definitions
7.5A.4 Choice Accommodation
7.5A.5 Member who is eligible
7.5A.6 Member not eligible
7.5A.7 Choice Accommodation rent band for a member's rank
7.5A.8 Member living in Choice Accommodation above their rank group
7.5A.9 Member living in Choice Accommodation below their rank group
7.5A.9A Change in Classification of Choice Accommodation
7.5A.10 Storage of furniture and effects
7.5A.11 Advances of rent or bond
7.5A.11A Choice Accommodation on deployment


7.5A.3 Definitions
           This table defines terms used in this Part.


               Term                                      Definition in this Part
          Rent band         For choice accommodation, the classification that applies to the
                            accommodation under clause 7.5A.7.
          Rent range        In this Part, the rent range is the scale of rents that Defence Housing
                            Australia uses to assign a classification group to a Choice Accommodation
                            property.
          Rank group        A group of ranks that includes a member's rank.


7.5A.4 Choice Accommodation
    1.     Choice Accommodation is off-base accommodation made available by Defence Housing
           Australia.

    2.     A Choice Accommodation home is classified into a rent band on the basis of the rent range
           that applies to it.

           See:
           Clause 7.5A.3, Definition of rent range
           Clause 7.5A.7, Choice Accommodation rent band for a member's rank



7.5A.5 Member who is eligible
    1.     A member may apply to the Defence Housing Australia for a Choice Accommodation home
           if they meet all these conditions.

           a.    They are a member without dependants or a member with dependants
                 (unaccompanied).

           b.    They are eligible for rent allowance under Chapter 7 Part 6 Division 1.

                 Note: This includes a member eligible for either full or partial rent allowance.

    2.     A member must be eligible for rent allowance, but does not receive it while they occupy a
           Choice Accommodation home.




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7.5A.6 Member not eligible
     1.      A member is not eligible if they share the Choice Accommodation home with any of these
             people.

             a.        A person who is not a member of the ADF.

             b.        A member who is not entitled to rent allowance.

             c.        More than one other person.

     2.      A member is not eligible for a Choice Accommodation home in either of the following
             situations.

             a.        They become a member with dependants.

                       Exception: A member with dependants (unaccompanied).

             b.        They cease to be entitled to rent allowance under Chapter 7 Part 6 Division 5.



7.5A.7 Choice Accommodation rent band for a member's rank
             The CDF may offer a member an available Choice Accommodation home that corresponds
             to their rank group and rent band in the table.


              Item             Choice             is classified as     and is the standard entitlement for a
                         accommodation in           being in this         member in this rank group...
                        this rent range (per        rent band...
                               week)...
                  1.   $0.00 – $442.00                    1           Corporal or lower
                                                                      Staff Sergeant
                                                                      Sergeant
                                                                      Second Lieutenant
                                                                      Lieutenant
                  2.   $442.01 – $518.00                  2           Warrant Officer Class 2
                                                                      Warrant Officer Class 1
                                                                      Captain
                  3.   $518.01 – $592.00                  3           Major
                                                                      Lieutenant Colonel
                  4.   $592.01 – $677.00                  4           Colonel
                                                                      Brigadier


Persons who can make the decision under clause 7.5A.7 on behalf of the CDF:
A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
- Team Leader in the Darwin Housing Management Centre
- Relocations Manager in the Darwin Housing Management Centre
- Darwin Housing Management Centre Manager




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7.5A.8 Member living in Choice Accommodation above their rank group
     1.      The CDF may offer a member Choice Accommodation that is above their rank group
             specified for the member in the table in clause 7.5A.7.

     2.      If the member accepts the offer of a home under this clause, they must pay the contribution
             that corresponds to the rent band of the choice accommodation instead of the contribution
             that corresponds to their rank group.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 7.5A.8.1 on behalf of the CDF:
A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
- Team Leader in the Darwin Housing Management Centre
- Relocations Manager in the Darwin Housing Management Centre
- Darwin Housing Management Centre Manager


7.5A.9 Member living in Choice Accommodation below their rank group
     1.      The CDF may offer a member Choice Accommodation that is below the rank group
             specified for the member in the table in clause 7.5A.7.

     2.      If the member accepts the offer of a home under this clause, they must pay the contribution
             that corresponds to the rent band of the Choice Accommodation, instead of their rank
             group.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 7.5A.9.1 on behalf of the CDF:
A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
- Team Leader in the Darwin Housing Management Centre
- Relocations Manager in the Darwin Housing Management Centre
- Darwin Housing Management Centre Manager


7.5A.9A Change in Classification of Choice Accommodation
     1.      The rent range for Choice Accommodation is reviewed annually. The rent is also subject to
             change.

     2.      If the rent or rent range for Choice Accommodation is adjusted as a result of a review, this
             may change the rent band of the property.

     3.      If the CDF reclassifies a Choice Accommodation property due to a rent range review or rent
             change, then that changed classification takes effect on the relevant date specified in the
             table.


             Item     If a rent range review or rent change         the reclassification of the property will
                                    results in...                                   take effect...
              1.    an increase to the rent band                   when the next tenancy agreement starts.
                                                                   The rent band will not change during the
                                                                   period of a member's tenancy agreement.
              2.    a decrease to the rent band                    on the date it is changed.




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7.5A.10 Storage of furniture and effects
          A member who is eligible for Choice Accommodation is eligible for the storage entitlements
          as if item 1 of the table in clause 6.6.46 applied to them, for furniture and effects that cannot
          be housed in their Choice Accommodation property.



7.5A.11 Advances of rent or bond
          The benefits provided under Chapter 7 Part 6 Division 6 are not available to a member who
          applies for Choice Accommodation under this Part.



7.5A.11A Choice Accommodation on deployment
    1.    This clause applies to a member who is deployed for six months or longer.

    2.    The member may choose between the following options.

          a.    To keep the Choice Accommodation home for the period of the member's
                deployment.

          b.    To leave the Choice Accommodation home.

          Related Information: A member who chooses to leave a Choice Accommodation home
          becomes entitled to a range of removal and storage conditions. Summaries are in
          clauses 17.5.13 (for warlike deployments) and 17.7.13 (for non-warlike deployments).

          See: Chapter 17
          Part 5 Division 1 clause 17.5.13, Member living out
          Part 7 Division 1 clause 17.7.13, Member living out

    3.    The choice in subclause 2 must be in writing to the member's Housing Management Centre
          Manager and made before the member is deployed.

    4.    A member who fails to make a choice under subclause 2 is taken to have chosen to keep
          their Choice Accommodation home.




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Division 2: Contributions
7.5A.12   Contribution for Choice Accommodation – Member without dependants'
7.5A.13   Contribution for member on part-time leave without pay
7.5A.14   How visiting members affect contributions
7.5A.15   Contribution when one member leaves a shared home
7.5A.16   Exemptions from contributions


7.5A.12 Contribution for Choice Accommodation – Member without dependants
    1.       A member who is the sole occupant of Choice Accommodation must pay the weekly
             contribution listed in column 2 of Annex 7.A3 Part 3, for the member's rank group.

    2.       A member who shares Choice Accommodation with one other person must pay the weekly
             contribution listed in column 3 of Annex 7.A3 Part 3, for the member's rank group.

    3.       A member who accepts Choice Accommodation in a rent band that is above the standard
             entitlement for their rank group must pay the contribution listed in Annex 7.A3 Part 3 that
             corresponds to the rank group for the rent band of the home under clause 7.5A.7.

    4.       A member who accepts Choice Accommodation in a classification group that is below the
             standard entitlement for their rank group must pay the contribution listed in Annex 7.A3 Part
             3 that corresponds to the rent band of Choice Accommodation under clause 7.5A.7, instead
             of their rank.

             See:
             Division 1 clause 7.5A.7, Choice Accommodation rent band for a member's rank
             Annex 7.A3 Part 3, Contribution for rent allowance – member without dependants who
             Part 2 does not apply to



7.5A.13 Contribution for member on part-time leave without pay
    1.       This clause applies to a member who meets both these conditions.

             a.    They are on part-time leave without pay.

             b.    They are entitled to rent allowance.

    2.       This table sets out the rates of contribution that the member must pay toward the cost of
             Choice Accommodation during their part-time leave without pay.


            Item    If the member's part-time leave without                   they must pay...
                             pay each fortnight is...
              1.   more than nine days                            150% of the contribution they would
                                                                  otherwise pay for the member's rank
                                                                  and rent band listed in Annex 7.A3
                                                                  Part 3.
              2.   nine days or less                              the rate of contribution for the member's
                                                                  rank and rent band listed in Annex 7.A3
                                                                  Part 3.

             Note: Leave for a fortnightly pay period includes the four weekend days in the pay period.
             This makes a total of nine days of leave and five days at work for the fortnight.




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     3.      The CDF may decide that the member was granted the part-time leave without pay for
             exceptional reasons. In this case, the member may contribute at the rate for the member's
             rank and rent band listed in Annex 7.A3 Part 3.

             See: Annex 7.A3 Part 3, Contribution for rent allowance – member without dependants who
             Part 2 does not apply to



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 7.5A.13.3 on behalf of the CDF:
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements


7.5A.14 How visiting members affect contributions
             A member who is a visitor to the household may be required to contribute to the cost of
             Choice Accommodation. If the visit is for less than four weeks, contributions will not be
             affected. If the visit is for four weeks or more, this table shows the effect on the member's
             contribution.


             Item          If the visitor has...                    then they are...
               1.    a permanent home at another not taken to be a resident.
                     location
                                                        The visit will not affect the resident member's
                                                        contribution.
               2.    no permanent home                  taken to be a resident member.

                                                        Required to pay a contribution under the rate for
                                                        shared accommodation in Annex 7.A3 Part 3 that
                                                        applies for their rank group and accommodation.


7.5A.15 Contribution when one member leaves a shared home
     1.      A member who shares Choice Accommodation may continue to contribute at the relevant
             rate in column 3 or column 4 of Annex 7.A3 Part 3 for up to four weeks after their
             housemate is required to leave the home for Service reasons.

     2.      If the housemate is not replaced within the four week period, then at the end of that period
             the member must take either of the following actions.

             a.     Contribute at the relevant rate in column 2 of Annex 7.A3 Part 3, for a member who
                    lives alone.

             b.     Vacate the choice accommodation at their own expense.

             See: Annex 7.A3 Part 3, Contribution for rent allowance – member without dependants who
             Part 2 does not apply to




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7.5A.16 Exemptions from contributions
   1.    The contribution for a member without dependants in Choice Accommodation ceases for
         any period in which they satisfy the conditions of clause 7.6.18.

         See: Division 2 clause 7.6.18, When rent contribution ceases for a member without
         dependants

   2.    A member with dependants (unaccompanied) only has to pay a contribution if their
         dependants live in a Service residence or a home for which rent allowance is payable. The
         member does not have to pay a contribution for Choice Accommodation the member lives in
         at the gaining location.




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Division 3: Contributions
           TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.A, item 130.

7.6.17 Contribution for rented home
7.6.18 When rent contribution ceases for a member without dependants


7.6.17 Contribution for rented home
    1.     Subject to this Division, a member who gets rent allowance must pay a contribution toward
           the cost of the rent.

           Exception 1: A member with dependants (unaccompanied) only has to pay a rent
           contribution if their dependants live in a home for which rent allowance is payable. The
           member does not have to pay a rent contribution for a home the member lives in at the
           gaining location.

           Exception 2: A member without dependants does not have to pay a rent contribution in the
           situations specified in clause 7.6.18.

           Note: The member is responsible for paying the full rent direct to the landlord or agent. The
           Commonwealth pays the member their fortnightly rent allowance, which is the difference
           between the member's rent contribution and their rent ceiling. The contribution is the part of
           the rent (within the rent ceiling) that the member pays without Commonwealth assistance.

           See: Annex 7.D, Diagram to illustrate how rent allowance works.

    2.     The weekly rate the member must pay is worked out using this table.

           Exception: The member must make the amount of contribution for the rank group that
           applied to them on 30 June 2007 if they meet both of the following conditions.

           a.     The member holds the rank of Lieutenant or Second Lieutenant.

           b.     The member is in receipt of rent allowance for a home they have rented since
                  30 June 2007 or earlier.


           Item    If the member is a...       and they are...         then their rent contribution is
                                                                                     the...
            1.    member with              using a 2-bedroom      amount set out for their rank group
                  dependants               rent ceiling           (if it applies) in Annex 7.A3 Part 1
                                                                  column 3.
                                           using a 3-bedroom      amount set out for their rank group
                                           rent ceiling           (if it applies) in Annex 7.A3 Part 1
                                                                  column 4.
            2.    member without           not sharing            amount set out for their rank group
                  dependants                                      (if it applies) in Annex 7.A3 Part 3
                                                                  column 2.
                                           sharing with one other amount set out for their rank group
                                           person                 (if it applies) in Annex 7.A3 Part 3
                                                                  column 3.
                                           sharing with two or    amount set out for their rank group
                                           more people            (if it applies) in Annex 7.A3 Part 3
                                                                  column 4.




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         Item    If the member is a...        and they are...           then their rent contribution is
                                                                                      the...
          3.    member without             a. not sharing, or      amount set out for their rank group
                dependants getting         b. sharing with one     (if it applies) in Annex 7.A3 Part 2
                partial rent allowance        person               column 2.
                (see clause 7.6.5, table
                item 7)                    sharing with two other amount set out for their rank group
                                           people                 (if it applies) in Annex 7.A3 Part 2
                                                                  column 3.

          4.    boarder                    boarding in a           rate for a member sharing with two
                                           commercial              or more people.
                                           establishment
                                           boarding in a private   applicable rate for the number of
                                           home                    people who are sharing the home.
                                                                   Example: If two other people are
                                                                   sharing the home, then rate for
                                                                   sharing with two other people
                                                                   applies.


7.6.18 When rent contribution ceases for a member without dependants
         The rent contribution for a member without dependants ceases in the following
         circumstances.

         a.     The member has been living under field conditions or on a seagoing ship. In these
                cases, the rent contribution is nil from the 22nd day of a continuous period in which
                the member was living under those conditions. This subclause applies even if the
                period after that day is broken by a return of up to seven days to their
                accommodation.

         b.     The member is posted to a seagoing submarine.

         c.     The member is absent from Australia on a deployment.

         ca.    ...




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Division 5: Events that will end or limit entitlement
                TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.A, item 130.

7.6.28 Member moves to other suitable accommodation
7.6.28A Rent allowance on deployment
7.6.28AB Insurance for members who are away (This clause is policy guidance)
7.6.28B ...
7.6.29 Member with less than 12 months until ceasing continuous full-time service
7.6.30 Dependants removed before member ceases full-time service
7.6.31 Member on leave without pay
7.6.32 Member on part-time leave without pay
7.6.33 Dependants not at a rented home
7.6.34 Member dies
7.6.35 Rent allowance audit
7.6.36 Member who fails to respond to audit


7.6.28 Member moves to other suitable accommodation
       1.       This table shows when a member's entitlement to rent allowance ends.

                Note: In some cases, the home that a member purchases will not be suitable. Owning the
                home will not affect eligibility for rent allowance.

                See: Part 2, Suitable own home.


Item            If the     and they get...       then their rent allowance ends on the earliest of these
              member                                                     dates...
                 is...
  1.        a member     a. a suitable own     i. Three months after the date they buy the house.
            with         home                  ii. One week after settlement.
            dependants
                                               iii. A later date that the CDF considers reasonable, if satisfied
                                               that the member is unable to be removed to the home within
                                               the time limits in table item 1.a.ii., for reasons that are beyond
                                               the member's control.
                         b. a suitable         i. One month after the day the member accepted the Service
                         Service residence     residence.
                                               ii. The day the member moves into the Service residence.
                                               iii. A later date that the CDF considers reasonable after
                                               considering the facts in subclause 2 below.




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Item     If the member    and they get...     then their rent allowance ends on the earliest of these
               is...                                                   dates...
 2.    a member with     a. a suitable       i. Three months after the date they buy the house.
       dependants        own home in         ii. One week after settlement.
       (unaccompanied)   the gaining         iii. A later date that the CDF considers reasonable, if
       at the gaining    location            satisfied that the member is unable to be removed to the
       location                              home within the time limits in table item 2.a.ii., for reasons
                                             that are beyond the member's control.
                         b. a surplus        i. One month after the day the member accepted the
                         Service             Service residence.
                         residence           ii. The day the member moves into the Service residence.
                                             iii. A later date that the CDF considers reasonable after
                                             considering the facts in subclause 2 below.
                                             Note: Rent allowance continues for the member's
                                             dependants in their location.
                         c. suitable   i. One month after the day the member accepted the living-
                         living-in     in accommodation.
                         accommodation ii. The day the member moves into the living-in
                                             accommodation.
                                             iii. A later date that the CDF considers reasonable after
                                             considering the facts in subclause 2 below.
                                             Note: Rent allowance continues for the member's
                                             dependants in their location.
 2A. a member with   a. a suitable own       i. Three months after the date they buy the house.
     dependants      home in their           ii. One week after settlement.
     (unaccompanied) dependants'             iii. A later date that the CDF considers reasonable, if
                     location                satisfied that the member is unable to be removed to the
                                             home within the time limits in table item 2.a.ii., for reasons
                                             that are beyond the member's control.
                         b. a Service        i. One month after the day the member accepted the
                         residence for       Service residence.
                         their dependants    ii. The day the member moves into the Service residence.
                                             iii. A later date that the CDF considers reasonable after
                                             considering the facts in subclause 2 below.
                                             Note: Rent allowance continues for the member's
                                             dependants in their location.
                         c. a home for       i. One month after the day the member accepted the living-
                         their dependants    in accommodation.
                         for which rent      ii. The day the member moves into the living-in
                         allowance is        accommodation.
                         payable             iii. A later date that the CDF considers reasonable after
                                             considering the facts in subclause 2 below.
                                             Note: Rent allowance continues for the member's
                                             dependants in their location.




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Item         If the member       and they get...       then their rent allowance ends on the earliest of these
                   is...                                                        dates...
  3.        a member            a. a suitable own i. Three months after the date they buy the house.
            without             home              ii. One week after settlement.
            dependants
                                                  iii. A later date that the CDF considers reasonable, if
                                                  satisfied that the member is unable to be removed to the
                                                  home within the time limits in table item 3.a.ii., for reasons
                                                  that are beyond the member's control.
                                b. a surplus          i. One month after the day the member accepted the
                                Service               Service residence.
                                residence             ii. The day the member moves into the Service residence.
                                                      iii. A later date that the CDF considers reasonable after
                                                      considering the facts in subclause 2 below.
                                c. suitable living-   i. One month after the day the member accepted the living
                                in                    in accommodation.
                                accommodation         ii. The day the member moves into the living in
                                                      accommodation.

       2.       Before making a decision referred to in items 1.b.iii., 2.b.iii., 2.c.iii, 2A.a.iii, 2A.b.iii or 3.b.iii
                of the table, the CDF must consider all these facts.

                a.       How much time is left in the member’s posting to that location.

                b.       The cost of a removal to the new accommodation.

                c.       How long the member will need to move out of the rented home. This includes any
                         notice period needed under their lease.

                d.       Whether the member has included a release clause in the lease that allows them to
                         end it with one month's notice.

                e.       Any other fact relevant to the member’s accommodation.



Persons who can make the decisions under subclause 7.6.28.1, table, on behalf of the CDF:
A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
- Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre (HMC)
- Relocations Manager in the Housing Management Centre
- Housing Management Centre Manager
- National Operations – Removals Manager
- National Operations – Vacancy/Allocations Manager
- National Relocations Manager
Staff Officer – Housing and Accommodation
Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements




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7.6.28A Rent allowance on deployment
    1.        This clause applies to a member who meets all the following conditions.

              a.    The member is receiving rent allowance.

              b.    The member is a member without dependants or a member with dependants
                    (unaccompanied).

              c.    The member is deployed for six months or longer.

                    Exception: A member who meets all the following requirements.

                     i.     The member is deployed for a period of less than six months.

                     ii.    While deployed, the member's deployment is extended.

                     iii.   The total period of a member's deployment is six months or longer.

    2.        A member may choose between the following options.

              a.    To keep the rental accommodation for the period of the member's deployment.

              b.    To leave the rental accommodation.

                    Related Information: A member who chooses to leave rental accommodation
                    becomes entitled to a range of removal and storage conditions. Summaries are in
                    clauses 17.5.13 (for warlike deployments) and 17.7.13 (for non-warlike deployments).

    3.        The choice in subclause 2 must be in writing to the member's Housing Management Centre
              Manager and made before the member is deployed.

    4.        A member who fails to make a choice under subclause 2 is taken to have chosen to keep
              their rental accommodation.

    5.        A member who chooses to leave rental accommodation is entitled to be reimbursed
              reasonable costs associated with breaking the lease.



7.6.28AB Insurance for members who are away (This clause is policy guidance)
              Household insurance may not provide cover while a member is away for long periods.
              Members are advised to confirm their situation with their insurance company.



7.6.28B ...




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7.6.29 Member with less than 12 months until ceasing continuous full-time service
   1.     This clause applies to a member with dependants who meets all these conditions.

           a.   They are entitled to rent allowance.

           b.   They are posted to a new location when there is less than 12 months until they cease
                continuous full-time service.

           c.   Either of the following happens.

                 i.    They are granted a removal of their dependants to the new location.

                 ii.   They choose to leave their dependants at the losing location.

   2.     The member is entitled to rent allowance for the home their dependants live in. The
          entitlement ends on the earlier of these dates.

           a.   The day the dependants move out of the rented home.

           b    The day the member ceases continuous full-time service.



7.6.30 Dependants removed before member ceases full-time service
   1.     This clause applies to a member with dependants who meets both these conditions.

           a.   They will cease continuous full-time service within the next 12 months.

           b.   They are given a removal for their dependants before they cease continuous full-time
                service. The removal is to the location where they and their dependants will live after
                ceasing continuous full-time service.

                See: Chapter 6 Part 6 Division 6, Removal on ceasing continuous full-time service.

   2.     The member is entitled to rent allowance for the home their dependants live in. The
          entitlement ends on the earliest of these dates.

           a.   The day the member buys a home at the location.

           b.   The day the dependants move out of the rented home.

           c.   The day the member ceases continuous full-time service.




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7.6.31 Member on leave without pay
     1.      A member is not entitled to rent allowance while they are on leave granted under Chapter 5
             Part 8 Division 1, Leave without pay.

             Related Information: Chapter 5 Part 8 Division 1, Leave without pay.

     2.      This clause does not apply to a member on one of these kinds of leave.

             a.     Part-time leave without pay.

             b.     Maternity leave.

             c.     Parental leave.

     3.      The CDF may decide that the member was granted the leave without pay for exceptional
             reasons. In this case, they may be entitled to rent allowance in the normal way.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 7.6.31.3 on behalf of the CDF:
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements


7.6.32 Member on part-time leave without pay
     1.      This clause applies to a member who meets both these conditions.

             a.     They are on part-time leave without pay.

             b.     They are entitled to rent allowance.

     2.      This table sets out the rates of contribution that the member must pay toward the cost of
             rent during their part-time leave without pay.


             Item    If the member's part-time leave without                       they must pay...
                              pay each fortnight is...
              1.    more than nine days                               150% of the rate set for their rank and
                                                                      circumstances in Annex 7.A3 .
              2.    nine days or less                                 the rate set for their rank and
                                                                      circumstances in Annex 7.A3.

             Note: Leave for a fortnightly pay period includes the four weekend days in the pay period.
             This makes a total of nine days of leave and five days at work for the fortnight.

     3.      The CDF may decide that the member was granted the part-time leave without pay for
             exceptional reasons. In this case, they may be entitled to rent allowance in the normal way.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 7.6.32.3 on behalf of the CDF:
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements




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7.7.7    Casual meal charges
            Subject to this Division, a member who chooses not to take regular meals under
            clause 7.7.6 must pay the Commonwealth a casual meal charge if they eat a meal in the
            mess. The amount depends on their rank. The table below sets out the amounts.
            Exception 1:
            A member covered by clause 7.7.8, Contribution for meals not payable.
            Exception 2:
            A member on leave without pay (see clause 7.7.10).


            Item         If the member is…                  then the casual meal charge is ($)…
                                                         Breakfast        Lunch             Dinner
             1.    a. a Corporal or lower; or               3.75               5.00                4.90
                   b. a trainee
             2.    a. a Sergeant or higher                  4.35               5.65                5.60
                      non-commissioned rank; or
                   b. a Warrant Officer
             3.    an officer (other than trainee)          5.00               6.25                6.20


7.7.8    Contribution for meals not payable
    1.      Unless clause 7.7.9 applies, a member who lives in does not have to pay a contribution for
            meals if they meet any of these conditions.

            a.     They are not paying a contribution for living-in accommodation.
                   See: Part 3 Division 3.

            b.     They are absent on leave for more than 72 hours.

            c.     They are entitled to travelling allowance or use of the travel card.
                   Exception: Travelling allowance for part-day travel.

            d.     They are living under field conditions or on a seagoing ship.

    2.      A Reserve recruit during basic recruit training does not have to pay a contribution for meals.

            Related Information: Item 1 of Part 2 of Schedule B.13 to DFRT Determination No. 15 of
            2008, Salaries.




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7.7.9    Member who must contribute for meals
            Subject to this Division, these members must pay a contribution for meals as set out in this
            table.


            Item               A member who is...                 must contribute for meals on this
                                                                                  basis...
             1.    a normal entry recruit during basic recruit regular fortnightly contribution under
                   training.                                   clause 7.7.5.
                   Related Information: Item 1 of Part 1 of
                   Schedule B.13 to DFRT Determination
                   No. 15 of 2008, Salaries.
                   Exception: A member of the Reserves
                   See: Subclause 7.7.8.2, Contribution for
                   meals not payable
             2.    a member without dependants who does    either of these contributions, depending
                                                           on the type of meals service they have
                   not have to pay a contribution for living-in
                   accommodation because they are sharing  chosen.
                   with other persons                      a. Regular fortnightly contribution under
                                                           clause 7.7.5.
                                                           b. Casual meal charges under
                                                           clause 7.7.7.
             3.    a member who occupies temporary living- either of these contributions, depending
                   in accommodation below level 1 standard on the type of meals service they have
                                                           chosen.
                   See: Clause 7.3.11, Level of living-in  a. Regular fortnightly contribution under
                   accommodation.                          clause 7.7.5.
                                                           b. Casual meal charges under
                                                           clause 7.7.7.


7.7.10 Member on leave without pay
    1.      This clause applies to a member who lives in while on leave without pay.

            Exception: A member on part-time leave without pay.

    2.      The member must pay the Commonwealth a casual meal charge at the rate set out in this
            table for each meal they have in a mess while on leave.


            Item    Description of member                      Breakfast      Lunch            Dinner
                                                                  ($)           ($)              ($)
             1.     Corporal or lower, trainee                   10.65        11.40            20.65
             2.     Sergeant or higher                           17.85         19.00            34.50
                    non-commissioned rank, Warrant
                    Officer, officer (other than trainee)




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     3.      The CDF may decide that the member was granted the leave without pay for exceptional
             reasons. In this case, the member must pay whichever of the following charges they were
             paying before they started leave without pay.

             a.     A fortnightly meal charge.

                    See: Clause 7.7.5, Fortnightly meal charges

             b.     The casual meal charge.

                    See: Clause 7.7.7, Casual meal charges



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 7.7.10.3 on behalf of the CDF:
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements


7.7.11 Meals in a mess for a lower rank
             A member who takes meals in a mess for members with a lower rank must pay the meal
             costs contribution for that mess.



7.7.12 Meals without steward service
     1.      This clause applies to a member who meets both these conditions.

             a.     They are an officer (but not a trainee), a warrant officer or a senior non-
                    commissioned officer.

             b.     They take meals in a mess where there is no attendant to serve meals to each
                    member at the table.

     2.      The member's contribution or casual meal charge (whichever applies) is worked out as if
             they had the rank of Corporal or lower.



7.7.13 Reserve member eating in a Service mess
     1.      A member on Reserve service must pay the casual meal charge that applies to them in the
             mess where they take a meal.

     2.      A Reserve member who is not on Reserve service or in training is not entitled to subsidised
             meals in a service mess. They must pay the rate charged to non-Defence civilians under
             the Defence Chief Executive Instructions.


Defence APS employee eating in a mess – Guidance only
             See: Chief Executive Instructions, item 7.1.40. In most cases, the casual meal charge under
             this Part will apply.




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Division 1: General information on education assistance
8.4.4    Purpose
8.4.4A    Policy principles behind education assistance (This clause is policy guidance)
8.4.5    Components of education assistance
8.4.6    Changes to eligibility periods
8.4.7    Assistance in special circumstances


8.4.4    Purpose
              Education assistance helps members pay for additional education costs for their children
              caused by a posting to a location within Australia.

              Note: Clause 1.6.1 deals with situations where a member's adult dependant is also a
              member, and they would both be entitled to education assistance for a child. Only one of
              the members is entitled.

              See: Chapter 1 Part 6 clause 1.6.1, Dual entitlement – member's adult dependant is also a
              member.



8.4.4A Policy principles behind education assistance (This clause is policy guidance)
    1.        The aim is to provide the student with limited interim assistance to help avoid or overcome
              any immediate difficulties with the child's education and emotional well-being as a direct
              result of a posting.

    2.        The child may continue to have education-related difficulties after the application of basic
              and extended education assistance provisions. In these cases, the policy intention is that
              the member should take responsibility for any further costs associated with additional
              assistance that may be required.



8.4.5    Components of education assistance
              Education assistance is organised into Three main components:


             Item                   For...                       reimbursement of costs is available for...
               1. school students at the gaining location       additional tuition fees to maintain academic
                                                                achievement.
              2.   school students not at posting location      compulsory tuition fees and accommodation
                                                                costs.
              3.   tertiary students not at member's location   accommodation costs to live near the
                   of residence                                 institution offering the chosen course.




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8.4.6    Changes to eligibility periods
             The CDF may bring forward or extend periods of eligibility outlined in this Part. Before
             approving, the CDF must consider all these factors.

             a.     The child's age, school history, educational needs, family circumstances and general
                    welfare.

             b.     Facilities offered by schools and educational institutions in the former and gaining
                    locations.

             c.     The nature of the education system in the gaining location.

                    Examples: Are Years 11 and 12 offered? Is assessment by coursework, exams or a
                    combination?

             d.     Staff advice from schools and educational institutions in the former and gaining
                    locations.

             e.     The circumstances of the member's posting and the likely location of future postings.

             f.     Any other assistance available from the Defence Community Organisation to support
                    dependants with special needs.

                    See: Part 6, Dependants with special needs

             g.     Any other disabilities of the child.

             h.     The interests of the Commonwealth.

             i.     Any other factor relevant to the child's educational progress.



Persons who can make the decision under clause 8.4.6 on behalf of the CDF:
Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements
Regional Education Liaison Officer




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8.4.7    Assistance in special circumstances
             Where a member is not entitled to any education assistance in this Part, the CDF may
             approve assistance for special reasons. These reasons need to be beyond the member's
             control.

             Before approving, the CDF must consider both these factors.

             a.     The special circumstances are reasonable and consistent with the purposes of
                    education assistance.

             b.     The member cannot be provided with any other type of education assistance outlined
                    in this Part.

                    Note: The amount of assistance approved must not exceed the amount outlined in
                    this Part for eligible members in similar circumstances.



Persons who can make the decision under clause 8.4.7 on behalf of the CDF:
Director Entitlements
Regional Education Liaison Officer
Manager Education Policy and Special Needs

 Note:       Travel entitlements related to education assistance

             For travel entitlements related to education assistance, see the following provisions in
             Chapter 9, ADF travel in Australia.


                                 Topic                                   Reference
            Reunion travel for school students          Chapter 9 Part 3 Division 4
            Student reunion travel to members in remote Chapter 9 Part 3 Division 5
            locations
            Reunion travel for tertiary students        Chapter 9 Part 3 Division 6




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8.4.12 Children with special needs
   1.     Education assistance also covers members' children with special needs. It supports access
          to programs or services not available in the new school or other Government agencies.

   2.     To be eligible for education assistance in this clause, the child must be a dependant with a
          special need.

          See: Chapter 1 Part 3 Division 2 clause 1.3.82, Dependant with special needs

   3.     This table outlines entitlements for children with special needs.


          Item If the special needs child requires...                  then the entitlement is...
            1. a therapy service or tuition not provided     one hour a week for 14 weeks, at a
               at the school, but critical to educational    maximum of $66 an hour for each service
               progress                                      needed.
            2. an assessment of the need, critical to        a private assessment of the need, up to
               the development of an educational             $486.
               program

   4.     These conditions apply to the entitlements outlined in subclause 8.4.12.3.

          a.    For item 1 in the above table, both these conditions apply.

                  i.   A therapy service must have been provided to the child with a special need at
                       the previous location.

                 ii.   Tuition or therapy must be provided by a qualified person or accredited
                       organisation. It must also be provided within 18 months of the child starting at
                       the new school.

          b.    For item 2 in the table above, a member is only reimbursed for a private assessment
                if a government agency cannot provide the assessment.

   5.     The CDF may approve attendance at a private school to access a special program. If
          approved, the member may receive the cost of compulsory tuition fees up to $18,347 a
          year. A member contribution of $239 a year is required.

   6.     For approval under subclause 5, all these conditions must be met.

          a.    The program or service must have been provided to the child by a government school
                at the losing location.

          b.    The program or service cannot be provided by an accessible government school at
                the gaining location.

          c.    The program or service can be provided by a private school.

          d.    It is critical that the child attends the private school for educational progress.




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     7.      For subclause 5, the CDF must also consider all these factors.

             a.     The child's age, school history, educational needs, family circumstances and general
                    welfare.

             b.     Facilities offered by schools and educational institutions in the former and gaining
                    locations.

             c.     The nature of the education system in the gaining location.

                    Examples: Is Year 11 and 12 offered? Is assessment by coursework, exams or a
                    combination?

             d.     Staff advice from schools and educational institutions in the former and gaining
                    locations.

             e.     The circumstances of the member's posting and the likely location of future postings.

             f.     Any other assistance available from the Defence Community Organisation to support
                    dependants with special needs.

                    See: Part 6, Dependants with special needs

             g.     Any other disabilities of the child.

             h.     The interests of the Commonwealth.

             i.     Any other factor relevant to the child's educational progress.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 8.4.12.5 on behalf of the CDF:
Director Entitlements
Director General Defence Community Organisation
Manager Education Policy and Special Needs
Regional Education Liaison Officer


8.4.13 CDF discretion to extend education assistance
     1.      The CDF can decide to extend limits of education assistance in this Division. The CDF must
             be satisfied the child requires further tuition or therapy to sustain academic performance.

     2.      Under subclause 1, the CDF can only extend education assistance outlined in subclauses
             8.4.10.3 (table item 1) and 8.4.12.3 (table item 1).

     3.      Before approving an extension under subclause 1, the CDF must do the following.

             i.     Receive a new certification as outlined in paragraph 8.4.9.c. This must state that
                    extension is required because of the disruption caused by changing school.

                    See: Form AD301-1, Application for education allowance - entitlement at member's
                    locality of posting (Discretionary approval by Directorate of Entitlements). (This
                    reference is policy guidance)

             ii.    Consider all the criteria listed in subclause 8.4.12.7.

     4.      The extended entitlement is an additional 14 weeks' reimbursement for each subject. This
             must be no more than $66 an hour.




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Persons who can make the decision under clause 8.4.13 on behalf of the CDF:
Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements
Regional Education Liaison Officer
Manager Education Policy and Special Needs


8.4.14 Applying for education assistance (This clause is policy guidance)
             Forms are available to apply for education assistance outlined in this Division.

             See:
             Form AD301, Application for education allowance - entitlement at member's locality of
             posting (Local approval).
             Form AD301-A, Application for education allowance - entitlement at member's locality of
             posting (Discretionary approval by Directorate of Entitlements).




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Division 4: School students not at a posting location
             TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.A, item 137.

8.4.18   Purpose
8.4.19   Member this Division applies to
8.4.20   Rates of reimbursement
8.4.21   Period of reimbursement
8.4.22   Applying for education assistance (This clause is policy guidance)


8.4.18 Purpose
             Sometimes a member's child does not accompany them to the gaining location. This
             Division assists the member with compulsory tuition fees and accommodation costs in some
             circumstances.



8.4.19 Member this Division applies to
    1.       For this Division, the member must meet all these conditions.

             a.    The member is granted a removal to a new posting location.

             b.    The member has a child who meets all these conditions.

                     i.    They are under 20 years old.

                    ii.    They normally live with the member or adult dependant.

                    iii.   They are in Year 9, 10, 11 or 12, or an earlier year that the CDF decides is
                           critical to the child's education.

                    iv.    They are not repeating a school year to improve results.

             c.    The member elects for the child to attend school at one of these locations.

                     i.    The losing location.

                    ii.    A chosen location. This must be approved by the CDF.

                           Example: A family is moving from Nowra to Perth. The member wishes to
                           keep the child in the same school system. The child enrols in a boarding school
                           in Sydney, because there are no boarding schools in Nowra.

                           Note: This cannot be the member's former or gaining location.

    2.       For subparagraphs 1.b.iii and 1.c.ii, the CDF must consider all these factors.

             a.    The child's age, school history, educational needs, family circumstances and general
                   welfare.

             b.    Facilities offered by schools and educational institutions in the former and gaining
                   locations.

             c.    The nature of the education system in the gaining location.

                   Examples: Is Year 11 and 12 offered? Is assessment by coursework, exams or a
                   combination?

             d.    Staff advice from schools and educational institutions in the former and gaining
                   locations.




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             e.      The circumstances of the member's posting and the likely location of future postings.

             f.      Any other assistance available from the Defence Community Organisation to support
                     dependants with special needs.

                     See: Part 6, Dependants with special needs

             g.      Any other disabilities of the child.

             h.      The interests of the Commonwealth.

             i.      Any other factor relevant to the child's educational progress.

     3.      For subparagraph 1.c.ii, the CDF must additionally consider any family support available to
             the child in the chosen location.



Persons who can make the decisions under subparagraph 8.4.19.1.b.iii and subparagraph 8.4.19.1.c.ii on behalf of the
CDF:
Director Entitlements
Director General Defence Community Organisation
Director Retention Program Defence Community Organisation
Manager Education Policy and Special Needs


8.4.20 Rates of reimbursement
     1.      This table outlines the rates of reimbursement to a member.


             Item            The annual maximum reimbursement is...                      less an annual member
                                                                                            contribution of...
             Compulsory tuition fees
              1. The cost of compulsory tuition fees to a maximum of                     $239.
                  $18,347
             Accommodation
              2. If in boarding school or a commercial establishment, the                $2,547.
                  cost of board to maximum of $17,131                                    ($2,120 if the first year of
              3. If accommodated privately, the cost of board to a maximum               boarding)
                  of $8,773
                  Example: A lodger boarding in a private home.

     2.      ...

     3.      Reimbursement under this clause must be reduced if other assistance is provided. This
             table outlines these reductions.


             Item If the member receives...            the entitlement must be reduced by...
               1. other government            the total value of that assistance.
                  assistance for the cost of  Example: If the member received $100 from another
                  attendance at school        government scheme, $100 must be reduced from the
                                              entitlement.
               2. assistance for the purchase half the value of that assistance.
                  of textbooks and equipment Example: If the member received $100 from another
                                              government scheme, $50 must be reduced from the
                                              entitlement.


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8.4.21 Period of reimbursement
   1.    For this Division, the period of reimbursement to a member begins on the later of these
         days.

         i.    The first day of the child's next school term, after the member is notified of posting.

         ii.   The day the child begins to board at the other location.

   2.    The reimbursement period ends on the earlier of these days.

         i.    The last day of the child's attendance at the school.

         ii.   The day the member ceases continuous full-time service.

   3.    If a child is absent from school for 12 weeks or more, the member is not entitled to
         education assistance for the period.

   4.    In certain cases, a child may stop attending the school for reasons beyond the control of the
         child or member. This includes Service, medical or other compassionate reasons. If the
         member has paid school fees or accommodation in advance, the member will be
         reimbursed for the period they have paid for.

         Note: This subclause only applies where the member cannot be refunded costs by the
         school.

   5.    A member receiving education assistance may become ineligible during the reimbursement
         period.

         Example: A member is posted back to the location where the child is attending school.

         In this case, the period of education assistance ends on whichever of these days applies.

         a.    The last day of the school year.

         b.    If the child is in Year 11 or 12, the day they complete secondary education.

         For boarding costs, see also subclause 6.

   6.    A member cannot be reimbursed boarding costs during school holidays, or while the
         member or an adult dependant lives within the student's location.

         Exception: The CDF may approve reimbursement of the accommodation costs to the
         member in special circumstances.

         Example: A member is posted back to the location where the child is attending school. The
         member lives in. The rest of the member's family remains at the previous location. The
         member has not yet established a home in the child's location, therefore the child remains in
         boarding school.




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     7.      For subclause 6, the CDF must consider all these factors.

             a.     Any family support available to the child in the chosen location.

             b      The child's age, school history, educational needs, family circumstances and general
                    welfare.

             c.     Staff advice from schools and educational institutions in the former and gaining
                    locations.

             d.     The circumstances of the member's posting and the likely location of future postings.

             e.     Any other assistance available from the Defence Community Organisation to support
                    dependants with special needs.

                    See: Part 6, Dependants with special needs

             f.     Any other disabilities of the child.

             g.     The interests of the Commonwealth.

             h.     Any other factor relevant to the child's educational progress.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 8.4.21.6 on behalf of the CDF:
Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements
Director General Defence Community Organisation
Director Retention Program Defence Community Organisation
Manager Education Policy and Special Needs


8.4.22 Applying for education assistance (This clause is policy guidance)
             A form is available to apply for education assistance outlined in this Division.

             See: Form AD 302, Application for education assistance - entitlement at other locality.

             See also: Chapter 9 Part 3 Division 4, Reunion travel for school students




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Division 5: Tertiary students not at member's location of residence
             TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.A, item 138.

8.4.23   Purpose
8.4.24   Member this Division applies to
8.4.25   Rate and period of assistance
8.4.26   Applying for tertiary education assistance (This clause is policy guidance)


8.4.23 Purpose
             This Division assists posted members with the accommodation costs of a child in tertiary
             education. This is only available if the child is studying away from the member's location of
             residence.



8.4.24 Member this Division applies to
    1.       This Division applies to a member who meets both these conditions.

             a.    The member has a child who meets all these conditions.

                     i.    They are less than 25 years old.

                     ii.   They are doing a full-time undergraduate course at a tertiary institution within
                           Australia.

                    iii.   They are unable to take the selected course at an institution within the
                           member's location of residence.

                    iv.    They are not eligible for Youth Allowance for an independent full-time student
                           living away from home.

                           Note: A member must show a statement from Centrelink that the child is
                           ineligible for Youth Allowance, under the Social Security Act 1991.

             b.    The member incurs costs for the child's accommodation.

                   Note: Accommodation includes accommodation owned or rented by the member.

    2.       The CDF can approve assistance in special cases. This is where a student can attend an
             equivalent course in the member's location of residence, but the student needs to study
             elsewhere.

             Example: The member is posted when the child has completed two years of a three-year
             degree in the member's former location. It would be disruptive to change universities.

    3.       For subclause 2, the CDF must consider all these factors. Paragraphs d, e and f only apply
             if the need for assistance arises from the member's posting to a new location.

             a.    If family members can provide support to the student.

             b.    Factors relevant to the course of study or research, including the availability of
                   specialist academic staff.

             c.    The child's age, school history, educational needs, family circumstances and general
                   welfare.

             d.    Facilities offered by educational institutions in the former and gaining locations.




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             e.     The nature of the education system in the gaining location.

                    Examples: Are different subjects needed for the degree? Is assessment by
                    coursework, exams or a combination?

             f.     Staff advice from educational institutions in the former and gaining locations.

             g.     The circumstances of the member's posting and the likely location of future postings.

             h.     Any other assistance available from the Defence Community Organisation to support
                    dependants with special needs.

                    See: Part 6, Dependants with special needs

             i.     Any other disabilities of the child.

             j.     The interests of the Commonwealth.

             k.     Any other factor relevant to the child's educational progress.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 8.4.24.2 on behalf of the CDF:
Director Entitlements
Director General Defence Community Organisation
Director Retention Program Defence Community Organisation
Manager Education Policy and Special Needs


8.4.25 Rate and period of assistance
     1.      The member is entitled to be reimbursed up to $154 a week for accommodation costs.

     2.      The period for reimbursement of these costs begins on the day the child begins tertiary
             education. The period ends on the earliest of these events.

             a.     The day the child fulfils the minimum requirements to complete the course.

             b.     After a total of three years' assistance.

                    Example: Three academic years, or six semesters over a number of years.

             c.     If any change in circumstances make the child ineligible for assistance under this
                    Division.

                    Example: The student becomes eligible for the independent rate of Youth Allowance.

             d.     The day the member ceases to be entitled under this Division, for any other reason.

                    Example: The student withdraws from their course.

     3.      A member cannot be reimbursed for accommodation costs during semester breaks, or while
             the member or an adult dependant lives in the student's location.

             Exception: The CDF may approve accommodation costs in special circumstances.

             Example: The student has a lease that includes payment of rent in semester breaks.




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     4.      For subclause 3, the CDF must consider all these factors.

             a.     The child's age, school history, educational needs, family circumstances and general
                    welfare.

             b.     Staff advice from educational institutions in the former and gaining locations.

             c.     The circumstances of the member's posting and the likely location of future postings.

             d.     Any other assistance available from the Defence Community Organisation to support
                    dependants with special needs.

                    See: Part 6, Dependants with special needs

             e.     Any other disabilities of the child.

             f.     The interests of the Commonwealth.

             g.     Any other factor relevant to the child's educational progress.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 8.4.25.3 on behalf of the CDF:
Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements
Director General Defence Community Organisation
Director Retention Program Defence Community Organisation
Manager Education Policy and Special Needs


8.4.26 Applying for tertiary education assistance (This clause is policy guidance)
             A form is available to apply for education assistance outlined in this Division.

             See: Form AD 303, Reimbursement for tertiary student accommodation.

             See also: Chapter 9 Part 3 Division 6, Reunion travel for tertiary students




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Part 7: Family assistance for attendance at a Court of Inquiry
8.7.1 Purpose
8.7.2 Definitions used in this Division
8.7.3 Persons who this Part applies to
8.7.4 Persons this Part does not apply to
8.7.5 Assistance for attendance
8.7.6 Assistance with domestic travel
8.7.7 Assistance with accommodation
8.7.8 Assistance with meals
8.7.9 Assistance with incidental expenses
8.7.10 Assistance with dependant or child care
8.7.11 Additional support
8.7.12 Accountability


8.7.1 Purpose
    1.     A Court of Inquiry provides a benefit to members as it determines the facts and
           circumstances surrounding an incident or situation they may have been involved in.

    2.     The purpose of this Part is to provide assistance to a member's family for their attendance
           at a Court of Inquiry involving an injured or deceased member.

    3.     This assistance is provided on the basis that a person does not gain or lose financially when
           attending a Court of Inquiry.



8.7.2 Definitions used in this Division
           In this Division Court of Inquiry has the same meaning as in regulation 3 of the Defence
           (Inquiry) Regulations 1985.



8.7.3 Persons who this Part applies to
    1.     This Part applies to the following people.

           a.     The spouse or interdependent partner of the member.

                  See: Chapter 1 Part 3 Division 2, Definitions – dependants

           b.     A child of the member.

           c.     A parent of the member.

           d.     A parent of the member's spouse or interdependent partner.

           e.     A dependant of the member.

                  See: Chapter 1 Part 3 Division 2, Definitions – dependants

    2.     The CDF may approve assistance under this Part for people other than those listed
           subclause 8.7.3.1 having regard to the following.

           a.     Any recommendation made by the Director General Defence Community
                  Organisation.

           b.     Whether the person has been authorised to appear under regulation 33 or
                  regulation 121 of the Defence (Inquiry) Regulations 1985.

           c.     Whether the person's presence is necessary to provide support to a person under
                  paragraph b.



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8.7.4 Persons this Part does not apply to
             This Part does not apply to a person who is not covered by either subclause 8.7.3.1 or
             subclause 8.7.3.2 even if they have an interest in a Court of Inquiry for any period.



8.7.5 Assistance for attendance
     1.      A person may be provided with the following assistance under this Part.

             a.     Travel.

                    See: Clause 8.7.6, Assistance with domestic travel

             b.     Accommodation.

                    See: Clause 8.7.7, Assistance with accommodation

             c.     Meals.

                    See: Clause 8.7.8, Assistance with meals

             d.     Other expenses.

                    See: Clause 8.7.9, Assistance with incidental expenses

             e.     Dependant or child care.

                    See: Clause 8.7.10, Assistance with dependant or child care

             f.     Additional Support.

                    See: Clause 8.7.11, Additional financial support

     2.      The provision of assistance under this Part ends on the day after the close of the Court of
             Inquiry hearings.

             Exception: The CDF may approve assistance for attendance at a briefing before the public
             release of the report.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 8.7.5.2 on behalf of the CDF:
Director Professional Practice


8.7.6 Assistance with domestic travel
     1.      This clause does not apply to a person who lives within 30 kilometres of the location of the
             Court of Inquiry.

     2.      The CDF may approve payment of vehicle allowance to a person if the CDF considers it
             reasonable to assist the person to travel to attend the Court of Inquiry on a daily basis.

             See: Chapter 9 Part 6 Division 5 clause 9.6.24, Amount of allowance and calculation of
             distance

     3.      A person who gets vehicle allowance under this clause is to be reimbursed any parking fees
             and road tolls incurred for the purpose of attending the Court of Inquiry. The person must
             provide official receipts.

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     4.      If the CDF considers it unreasonable for a person to travel to attend the Court of Inquiry on
             a daily basis, the CDF may approve a return economy class trip within Australia at
             Commonwealth expense.

             Example: The person lives in Perth and the Court of Inquiry is being held in Sydney.

     5.      Approval to travel under subclause 4 may include travel on the day before the Inquiry starts
             and the day after the Inquiry finishes.

     6.      If there is a break of more than five days between sitting days, a person may choose to
             travel back to their home at Commonwealth expense. A maximum of three return trips at
             Commonwealth expense may be provided under this subclause in any two month period.

     7.      The Director General Defence Community Organisation may approve additional return trips
             at Commonwealth expense in extenuating circumstances. The Director General Defence
             Community Organisation must consider the following circumstances.

             a.     The number of times the Court sits.

             b.     The nature of the evidence being presented.

             c.     Family emergency.

     8.      A person is to be provided with cab charges at Commonwealth expense for the trip from
             their home to the airport or station and to their accommodation.

     9.      A person who makes their own arrangements for travel cannot apply for reimbursement
             under this clause.



Persons who can make the decisions under subclause 8.7.6.2 and subclause 8.7.6.4 on behalf of the CDF:
Director Professional Practice


8.7.7 Assistance with accommodation
     1.      The CDF may approve accommodation at Commonwealth expense if the CDF considers it
             unreasonable for a person to travel to attend the Court of Inquiry on a daily basis. The CDF
             must have regard to advice from the Defence Community Organisation.

     2.      If the CDF considers it unreasonable for the person to walk from the accommodation under
             subclause 1 to attend the Court of Inquiry the person may be provided with assistance.

             Example 1: The person uses a walking stick and the accommodation is a 15 minute walk
             from the venue of the Court of Inquiry. The person may be provided with a cab charge
             voucher.

             Example 2: There are a number of people attending the Court of Inquiry staying in
             accommodation that is a 30 minute walk from the venue of the Court of Inquiry. The
             Commonwealth may provide a shuttle bus.

     3.      A person who makes their own arrangements for accommodation or travel to the Court of
             Inquiry venue cannot apply for reimbursement under this clause.




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8.7.8 Assistance with meals
     1.      A person who is receiving assistance with accommodation under clause 8.7.7 is entitled to
             payments for breakfast, lunch and dinner. This table sets out their entitlements.


            Item If the person is...         then they are to be paid...          this does not apply if...
              1. under the age of 10         half the rate set out in clause      a meal is provided by the
                                             9.5.33 for the rank of colonel       Commonwealth.
                                             or lower                             Example: Lunch is provided at
                                                                                  the Court of Inquiry venue. The
                                                                                  person is not entitled to a
                                                                                  payment for lunch even when
                                                                                  they choose not to eat at the
                                                                                  venue.
              2.   any other person          the rate set out in clause           a meal is provided by the
                                             9.5.33 for the rank of colonel       Commonwealth.
                                             or lower

             See: Clause 8.7.7, Assistance with accommodation.

     2.      If a child under 18 years of age is entitled to be paid meal allowance under this clause, the
             payment will be made to the parent, adult relative or legal guardian they are travelling with.
             If the child is travelling alone, the meal allowance will be paid to them.



8.7.9 Assistance with incidental expenses
     1.      Each family unit of people eligible for accommodation under clause 8.7.7 may also be
             provided with a weekly allowance for incidental expenses. This allowance is to assist in
             covering incidental expenses such as phone calls and laundry expenses.

     2.      For the purposes of this Part, one family unit includes all of the following people.

             a.     The spouse or interdependent partner and children of the member.

             b.     Parents of the member.

             c.     A parent of the member's spouse or interdependent partner.

     3.      The weekly amount for incidentals allowance is payable to a person nominated by the
             family unit.

             See: Chapter 9 Part 5 Division 3 subclause 9.5.39.2, Travel for more than 21 days

     4.      The CDF may approve a higher rate of payment for incidental expenses if it is reasonable,
             on a case by case basis.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 8.7.9.4 on behalf of the CDF:
Director Professional Practice




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8.7.10 Assistance with dependant or child care
     1.      A person may require assistance with dependant caring responsibilities to enable them to
             attend a Court of Inquiry.

     2.      The CDF may approve payment of reasonable costs for this dependant care.

     3.      The types of dependant care available to a person under this Part may include any or all of
             the following.


              Item            These services may be provided...                          by...
                1.     Travel for extended family to provide support to        professional providers
                       the member's dependants                                 organised through the
                                                                               Defence Travel Contract
                2.     Dependant care                                          family members or
                3.     Specialist dependant care                               professional providers
                4.     Child minding
                5.     Respite care

     4.      Travel for extended family arranged under item 1 of subclause 3 may be to either of the
             home location of the member's dependants or to the location of the Court of Inquiry.

     5.      If it is not reasonably practicable for the extended family to travel to the home location of the
             member's dependants or the location of the Court of Inquiry, travel may be provided for the
             member's dependants to travel to the home location of the extended family.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 8.7.10.2 on behalf of the CDF:
Director Professional Practice


8.7.11 Additional support
             The Director General Defence Community Organisation will provide people with
             unclassified, publicly released, daily transcripts from the Court of Inquiry. This benefit may
             only be provided for the duration of the Court of Inquiry hearings.

             Note: Legal representation may be provided in accordance with regulation 33 or
             regulation 121 of the Defence (Inquiry) Regulations 1985.



8.7.12 Accountability
             A person must sign the attendance diary maintained by the Court of Inquiry for each day
             that they receive benefits under this Part.




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Part 1: Basic travel entitlements
9.1.1    Purpose
9.1.2    Most economical means of travel
9.1.3    Air as the most economical means of travel
9.1.3A    Member choice – what the Commonwealth will pay
9.1.4    Normal departmental liability
9.1.5    Cost of air travel for working out normal departmental liability
9.1.6    Class of travel
9.1.7    Baggage entitlement – general
9.1.8    Extra baggage
9.1.9    Door-to-door travel
9.1.10   Travel costs not otherwise payable under this Chapter


9.1.1    Purpose
              This Part describes a member's basic entitlements for these aspects of their travel at
              Commonwealth expense.

              a.    The means of their travel.

              b.    The class of their travel.

              c.    What the Commonwealth will pay for.

              d.    What baggage they can take with them.



9.1.2    Most economical means of travel
    1.        The member is entitled to travel by the most economical means of public transport available
              to the Commonwealth.

    2.        The CDF will determine the most economical means of travel after considering all these
              criteria.

              a.    The availability of various means of travel.

                    Examples: Coach, rail or air travel or rental vehicles.

              b.    The fares and allowances for the member and any dependants.

              c.    The estimated value of the member’s salary and salary-related allowances for the
                    travel time.

    3.        This value is worked out in this way.

                                                 Fortnightly salary + allowances
                                                               80

              where 80 is the number of hours worked in a fortnight (8 hours a day x 10 days). This
              formula applies whether travel occurs in or out of working hours.

              Example: A member has to travel between Perth and Alice Springs. To fly would cost an
              airfare and several hours' salary and allowances. Rail would cost two fares and several
              days' salary and allowances. Once the total costs are compared air is shown to be the most
              economical means of public transport.

              Non-example: A member has to travel between Darwin and Alice Springs. Rail, coach and
              air are all available options. However, no comparison needs to be made as clause 9.1.3
              provides that air is to be used.



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     4.       Defence will not provide coach travel for individual members or dependants if air or rail
              travel is available. However, the CDF could grant a member's request to travel by coach if
              both these conditions are met.

              a.     The cost is the same or less.

              b.     The time taken would not involve extra travelling leave.

     5.       If the travel is leave travel, salary and salary-related allowances means all salary and
              allowances payable for recreation leave. These allowances are not included.

              a.     Rent allowance.

              b.     Hardship allowance.

              c.     Overseas living allowance.

              See:
              Chapter 5 Part 2, Recreation leave.
              Chapter 9 Part 4, Leave travel


Persons who can make the decisions under subclause 9.1.2.2 and subclause 9.1.2.4 on behalf of the CDF:
Supervisor not below WO2(E)/APS 4, in the member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Director/Commanding Officer not below MAJ(E)/APS 6 in the member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Commanding Officer (no rank limitation) – Navy


9.1.3     Air as the most economical means of travel
     1.       Air travel is the most economical means for any of these journeys.

              a.     To or from Darwin (except RAAF Base Tindal to or from Darwin).

              b.     To or from Tasmania.

              c.     Between a remote location and the nearest capital city.

                     Note: The list of remote locations can be found at Annex 4.4.A.

              d.     To or from Canberra when travelling on temporary duty.

                     Exception: Travel between Canberra and Nowra or Jervis Bay. For these trips, self-
                     drive hire car is the most economical means of travel. This is because there is no
                     economical air or rail service.

              e.     Between a place in an external territory and a place in Australia.

              f.     If surface transport would involve an overnight journey and dependants include either
                     of the following.

                       i.   A child under three years old.

                      ii.   Two children under seven years old.

              g.     If surface transport would involve a journey of at least two nights and dependants
                     include either of the following.

                       i.   A child under seven years old.

                      ii.   Two children under 10 years old.



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     2.       The CDF may decide that air travel is the most economical means of travel if any of these
              criteria are met.

              a.        The difference in the cost of travel is small and there is a saving in travelling time.

              b.        Air travel is justified given the official duties and expenses of the member travelling.

              c.        Medical or compassionate reasons mean that travel by surface transport would be
                        inefficient.



Persons who can make the decisions under subclause 9.1.3.2 on behalf of the CDF:
Supervisor not below WO2(E)/APS 4, in the member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Director/Commanding Officer not below MAJ(E)/APS 6 in the member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Commanding Officer (no rank limitation) – Navy


9.1.3A Member choice – what the Commonwealth will pay
              If a member is approved to travel by their own means, the Commonwealth will pay the
              lesser of these amounts.

              a.        The normal departmental liability.

              b.        The actual cost of the travel.



9.1.4     Normal departmental liability
     1.       Normal departmental liability is what the Commonwealth would pay for a journey made by a
              member and any dependants authorised to travel to a place at Commonwealth expense. It
              includes these costs.

              a.        The cost of travel to the place by the most economical means.

              b.        The costs of travel to and from the relevant airports, railway stations and coach
                        terminals.

              c.        Any taxes or levies on the travel.

              Normal departmental liability does not include goods and services tax (GST) on the fare.

     2.       This table shows what happens when a member travels by means that are not the most
              economical means.

              Item        If the member travels by means that    then the Commonwealth will pay…
                                          are…
                   1.    cheaper than the most economical     only the actual cost of their journey.
                         means
                   2.    more expensive than the most         up to the amount of the normal
                         economical means                     departmental liability.




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    3.      A member may travel as a passenger in a private vehicle or non-commercial aircraft when
            they are entitled to travel at Commonwealth expense. In this case, they are entitled only to
            meal and travel allowance up to what the Commonwealth would have paid for a journey by
            the most economical means.

            Note: The passenger may be travelling in a private vehicle belonging to another member. In
            this case, the member may have the rate of vehicle allowance increased for the distance
            they carry the passenger.

            See: Part 6, Vehicle allowance

    4.      A member who travels on personal frequent flyer points will not be reimbursed the cost of
            their fare.

    5.      The Commonwealth will not pay any amount based on normal departmental liability for a
            child under two years old who is transported by private vehicle.

    6.      A member might choose to travel by a less direct route than the most direct route available.
            In this case, they must pay any excess costs to the Collector of Public Moneys in the
            Department of Defence.

    7.      The following conditions apply to travel documents.

            See: Clause 9.0.3, Definitions.

            a.    The Commonwealth may give a travel document to a specific person and permit them
                  to use it for travel.

            b.    If a travel document is used by a person who has not been permitted to use it under
                  paragraph a, the person must repay the Commonwealth for any travel they have
                  taken using the travel document.

            c.    The Commonwealth may seek to recover the cost of any travel taken without its
                  permission under paragraph b.

    8.      The Commonwealth will not pay for an escort that a carrier requires to accompany a
            member's child. This a matter for the member to pay.



9.1.5    Cost of air travel for working out normal departmental liability
    1.      The cost of air travel for working out normal departmental liability is the fare that meets both
            these conditions.

            a.    It is the fare quoted in the domestic fare matrix ('NDL column') issued to the
                  Department of Defence by Qantas.

            b.    It is at the class of travel that the member and any dependants are entitled to for the
                  journey.

            Note: NDL means normal departmental liability.

            See: Clause 9.1.4.

    2.      For a child under two years old, a normal departmental liability will not apply unless the child
            is required to occupy an individual airline seat.




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Persons who can make the decisions under subclause 9.1.7.3 on behalf of the CDF:
Supervisor not below WO2(E)/APS 4, in the member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Director/Commanding Officer not below MAJ(E)/APS 6 in the member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Commanding Officer (no rank limitation) – Navy


9.1.8     Extra baggage
     1.       Extra baggage may be taken on removal and posting journeys as set out in this Chapter at:

              a.     Chapter 9 Part 2 Division 2, Travel on temporary duty.

              b.     Chapter 9 Part 2 Division 4, Travel on posting.

     2.       The Commonwealth will pay for transport of Service property or documents the member is
              required to carry during travel.

     3.       Baggage does not include a member’s or dependant’s pets.

              See: Chapter 6 Part 1 Division 4 for details of assistance with costs of pet relocation.



9.1.9     Door-to-door travel
              Travel on leave, temporary duty or posting is door-to-door and includes the reasonable cost
              of transport to and from airports, railway stations and coach terminals.



9.1.10 Travel costs not otherwise payable under this Chapter
     1.       The CDF may approve payment of the reasonable costs of travel and related expenses, of
              the kind provided for in Parts 1 to 4 of this Chapter, for a person in any of these classes who
              would not otherwise be eligible for those benefits.

              a.     A member, including a member of the Reserves and a former member.

              b.     A cadet.

              c.     An applicant for appointment or engagement as a member, in respect of attendance
                     at an enlistment centre or attendance for interview or examination.

              d.     A family member of a member or cadet.

     2.       For subclause 1, the CDF must consider these matters.

              a.     Any relevant Chief Executive Instructions made under the Financial Management and
                     Accountability Act 1997.

              b.     Any other relevant matter.



Persons who can make the decision under clause 9.1.10 on behalf of the CDF:
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements




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Division 2: Travel on temporary duty
9.2.7   Purpose
9.2.8   Travel by the most economical means
9.2.9   Travel by means that are not the most economical


9.2.7    Purpose
              This Division sets out entitlements for a member travelling on temporary duty. Entitlements
              vary with the member's chosen means of travel.



9.2.8    Travel by the most economical means
              A member who travels by the most economical means may have these entitlements.

              a.     Travel at a class described in Part 1 clause 9.1.6, Class of travel.

              b.     Baggage as described in Part 1 clause 9.1.7, Baggage entitlement – general.

                     Exceptions:
                       i.    The Commonwealth will not pay for costs of excess baggage when the travel is
                             by coach or self-drive car.

                       ii.   If travel is by air to temporary duty of more than seven days, the CDF may
                             approve excess accompanied baggage costs for one additional piece of
                             baggage.

              c.     Travelling allowance and meal allowance.



Persons who can make the decision under clause 9.2.8 on behalf of the CDF:
Supervisor not below WO2(E)/APS 4, in the member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Director/Commanding Officer not below MAJ(E)/APS 6 in the member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Commanding Officer (no rank limitation) – Navy




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9.2.9     Travel by means that are not the most economical
     1.       A member may apply to travel by means that are not the most economical.

     2.       The CDF may allow the member to travel by the less economical means. The CDF should
              consider the member's wishes and the needs of the ADF.

     3.       This table sets out entitlements and conditions when the member travels by the alternative
              means.


             Item If the member chooses to                             then…
                           travel by…
               1. air rather than rail     a. they must pay any additional cost of travelling by the
                                              method they choose before approval is given.
                                           b. travel may be approved for all or part of the journey.
                                           c. the entitlement is to the lesser of allowances and
                                              travelling time when the two means of travel are
                                              compared.
                                           d. they may be entitled to travelling allowance and meal
                                              allowance under Chapter 9 Part 5, Payment of travel
                                              costs.
               2. rail rather than air     a. they must pay any additional cost of travelling by the
                                              method they choose before approval is given.
                                           b. travel may be approved for all or part of the journey.
                                           c. travelling time will be as if the journey was by air. If it is
                                              on a working day, any excess travelling time should be
                                              taken as leave.
                                           d. they may be entitled to travelling allowance and meal
                                              allowance under Chapter 9 Part 5, Payment of travel
                                              costs.
               3. a private vehicle rather a. they may be entitled to vehicle allowance up to the
                  than any other form of      cost of the most economical means of travel.
                  transport.               b. travelling time will be as if the journey was by the most
                                              economical means of travel. If it is on a working day,
                                              any excess travelling time must be taken as recreation
                                              leave.
                                           c. they may be entitled to travelling allowance and meal
                                              allowance under Chapter 9 Part 5, Payment of travel
                                              costs.


Persons who can make the decision under subclause 9.2.9.2 on behalf of the CDF:
Supervisor not below WO2(E)/APS 4, in the member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Director/Commanding Officer not below MAJ(E)/APS 6 in the member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Commanding Officer (no rank limitation) – Navy




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Division 3: Travel for removal purposes in Australia
              TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.A, item 142.

9.2.10    Purpose
9.2.11    Travel for first removal after entry into Service
9.2.12    Subsequent entitlements for removal travel
9.2.13    Dependants move before member's posting date
9.2.14    Members without dependants – away from their posting location


9.2.10 Purpose
              This Division sets out a member's entitlements to travel at Commonwealth expense for
              these purposes.

              a.     To supervise packing or unpacking of their furniture and effects on removal.

              b.     To accompany their dependants to a new location.

              See: Chapter 6 Part 6, Removals and storage



9.2.11 Travel for first removal after entry into Service
              A member may be entitled to travel at Commonwealth expense on their first removal after
              they enter the Service. To qualify, all these conditions must be met.

              a.     They have completed initial recruit and employment training after enlistment,
                     appointment or re-entry.

              b.     They become eligible for the first removal after entry.

              c.     They have been granted short absence for removal purposes.

                     See: Chapter 5 Part 9 Division 2, Short absence for removal purposes.



9.2.12 Subsequent entitlements for removal travel
     1.       Subject to subclause 2, the CDF may approve travel at Commonwealth expense for a
              member entitled to a removal who meets both these conditions.

              a.     They have moved on posting before their dependants.

              b.     They have been granted a short absence for removal purposes to go back to where
                     their dependants are.

                     See: Chapter 5 Part 9 Division 2, Short absence for removal purposes.

     2.       The member must make the journey for one of these purposes.

              a.     To supervise the packing of furniture or effects.

              b.     To travel with their dependants to the new location. This must be because it would be
                     unreasonable for the member's adult dependant to move the family by themselves.



Persons who can make the decision under clause 9.2.12 on behalf of the CDF:
Supervisor not below WO2(E)/APS 4, in the member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Director/Commanding Officer not below MAJ(E)/APS 6 in the member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Commanding Officer (no rank limitation) – Navy


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9.2.13 Dependants move before member's posting date
     1.       Subject to subclause 2, the CDF may approve travel at Commonwealth expense for a
              member entitled to a removal who meets both these conditions.

              a.     They have approval to move their dependants before the effective date of their
                     posting.

              b.     They have been granted a short absence for removal purposes.

                     See: Chapter 5 Part 9 Division 2, Short absence for removal purposes.

     2.       The member must make the journey for one of these purposes.

              a.     To arrange accommodation and unpacking of furniture.

              b.     To accompany their dependants on the journey to the new location. This must be
                     because the health or age of their dependants means that it would be unreasonable
                     to expect the member's adult dependant to move the family by themselves.



Persons who can make the decision under clause 9.2.13 on behalf of the CDF:
Supervisor not below WO2(E)/APS 4, in the member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Director/Commanding Officer not below MAJ(E)/APS 6 in the member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Commanding Officer (no rank limitation) – Navy


9.2.14 Members without dependants – away from their posting location
     1.       Subject to subclause 2, the CDF may approve travel at Commonwealth expense for a
              member without dependants who meets all these conditions.

              a.     They are posted to another location while on attachment or temporary duty away
                     from their posting location.

              b.     They are entitled to a removal.

              c.     They are granted a short absence for removal purposes.

                     See: Chapter 5 Part 9 Division 2, Short absence for removal purposes.

     2.       The journey must be to the member's old location to supervise the packing of their furniture
              or effects.

     3.       The CDF must consider operational commitments before giving approval under
              subclause 1. If operational reasons delay leave and travel, the member may choose to
              appoint an agent to act on their behalf.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 9.2.14.1 on behalf of the CDF:
Supervisor not below WO2(E)/APS 4, in the member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Director/Commanding Officer not below MAJ(E)/APS 6 in the member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Commanding Officer (no rank limitation) – Navy




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9.2.18 Coach as the most economical means of travel
              This table sets out entitlements and conditions when a member travels on posting and
              coach is the most economical means of travel.

              Note 1: Coach travel will not usually be the most economical means.

              See: Part 1 subclause 9.1.2.4, Most economical means of travel.

              Note 2: These entitlements are in addition to the basic entitlement in Part 1 of this Chapter.


             Item         If the member…                                          then…
               1.    travels by coach as the        a. they may be entitled to travelling allowance and meal
                     most economical means             allowance.
                                                    b. they will be reimbursed reasonable costs for their and
                                                       any dependants’ accommodation or meals.
                                                    c. they must pay any excess baggage costs.
               2.    chooses to travel by           a. they and their dependants may be authorised to travel.
                     private vehicle rather         b. they may be entitled to vehicle allowance up to the cost
                     than coach                        of coach travel.
                                                    c. travelling time will be as if the journey was by coach. If it
                                                       is on a working day, any excess travelling time should
                                                       be taken as leave.


9.2.19 Reimbursement of personal expenditure on travel
              A member eligible for travel at Commonwealth expense may travel at their own expense. If
              they do, they will be reimbursed their actual travel costs, but only up to the limit of the
              amount that the Commonwealth would have paid for the journey.



9.2.20 Members travelling without dependants
              A member who has dependants but travels on posting without them has the same
              entitlements as a member on temporary duty.

              See: Division 2, Travel on temporary duty.



9.2.21 Delayed or interrupted posting travel
              Travel on posting may be delayed because the road is cut. In this case, the CDF may
              authorise payment of additional allowances and reimbursements for meals and
              accommodation.

              Example: A flood or landslide.



Persons who can make the decision under clause 9.2.21 on behalf of the CDF:
Supervisor not below WO2(E)/APS 4, in the member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Director/Commanding Officer not below MAJ(E)/APS 6 in the member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Commanding Officer (no rank limitation) – Navy




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9.2.22 If a member's adult dependant is also a member
          If a member’s spouse or interdependent partner is also a member, the family unit has only
          one entitlement on each occasion of a posting.



9.2.23 Cost limits on travel on posting and removal to certain destinations
   1.     Commonwealth assistance may be limited when a member travels on removal to these
          destinations.

          a.    A seagoing ship or a Navy aircraft squadron.

          b.    A chosen destination.

          Limits to assistance with travel costs will be the same as they are for removal costs.

          See:
          Chapter 6 Part 6 Division 4, Postings or deployments, for removal to a seagoing ship or a
          Navy aircraft squadron.
          Chapter 6 Part 6 Division 3, Removal to a chosen location.

   2.     The removal and travel costs will be combined in assessing any excess costs.

   3.     The member must pay for any excess costs.




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Division 5: Travel in particular situations
9.2.24   Purpose
9.2.25   Rejoining a ship that has sailed
9.2.26   Recall for emergency duty
9.2.27   On convalescence
9.2.28   Specialist medical or dental treatment for dependants in remote locations


9.2.24 Purpose
             This Division sets out conditions and entitlements for travel in these situations.

             a.    Rejoining a ship that has sailed.

             b.    On recall for emergency duty.

             c.    On convalescence.

             d.    Getting specialist medical or dental treatment.



9.2.25 Rejoining a ship that has sailed
             TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.A, item 144.

    1.       A member is entitled to travel to rejoin a seagoing ship they have missed on sailing. There
             must be a need for the member to travel to rejoin the ship at another port.

    2.       The member may apply to the Commanding Officer of the nearest ADF establishment for a
             duty travel warrant to enable them to rejoin the ship.

    3.       If the member cannot get a duty travel warrant, they are entitled to be reimbursed the actual
             amount they had to spend on fares to rejoin the ship.

    4.       The Commonwealth will pay only for the cost of the member's transport from the port the
             ship sailed from to the port where they are to rejoin their ship.

             Note: Depending on the reason the member missed the ship, they may face disciplinary
             action on rejoining the ship.



9.2.26 Recall for emergency duty
             TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.A, item 145.

    1.       A member who has left their normal place of duty after working a normal day may be
             reimbursed the cost of their travel if they are later recalled to duty.

    2.       The CDF may approve reimbursement of costs if satisfied on both these criteria.

             a.    The member has paid for travel fares or use of a private vehicle that they would not
                   normally have to pay for.

             b.    The member could not reasonably have used an alternative means to go back to the
                   place of duty.




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     3.       The amount of reimbursement is limited to whichever of these costs is relevant.

              a.     For travel by public transport, including taxi: the cost of the fares beyond what the
                     member would usually pay to attend work.

              b.     For travel by private vehicle: vehicle allowance worked out for the journey under
                     Part 6 of this Chapter.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 9.2.26.2 on behalf of the CDF:
Supervisor not below WO2(E)/APS 4, in the member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Director/Commanding Officer not below MAJ(E)/APS 6 in the member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Commanding Officer (no rank limitation) – Navy


9.2.27 On convalescence
              TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.A, item 146.

     1.       The CDF may approve travel at Commonwealth expense to assist a member to go home
              from hospital to recover or wait to go back to hospital. Approval may only be given if the
              CDF is satisfied on both these criteria.

              a.     The senior medical officer for the location recommends both the following.

                       i.    That the member should undertake the travel.

                       ii.   The safest means for the member to travel.

              b.     More cost-effective alternative care is not available to the member.

     2.       The CDF may approve the travel at a higher class or by means that are not the most
              economical if satisfied it is necessary for the member's safety.

     3.       If travel is approved, the member is entitled to be reimbursed the cost of meals and
              accommodation on the journey. They can be reimbursed up to the maximum amount
              payable if they were entitled to travelling allowance for the same period.

     4.       The member may have paid for the approved travel themselves. In this case, the CDF may
              reimburse them up to a maximum of what the Commonwealth would have paid under
              subclause 1 or 2. This is only if no other allowance is payable for the journey.



Persons who can make the decisions under subclause 9.2.27.1, subclause 9.2.27.2 and subclause 9.2.27.4 on behalf of
the CDF:
Supervisor not below WO2(E)/APS 4, in the member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Director/Commanding Officer not below MAJ(E)/APS 6 in the member's direct chain of command or supervision.




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Division 1: Travel on marriage or ADF recognition of interdependent
partnership
             TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.A, item 151.

9.3.3    Purpose
9.3.4    Overview
9.3.5    Basic entitlements
9.3.6    When a member travels at their own expense
9.3.7    Member's spouse or interdependent partner also a member
9.3.8    Marriage planned or common household started before posting
9.3.9    Travel from other location in Australia
9.3.10   Travel from outside Australia
9.3.11   Change of family status in special circumstances
9.3.12   Travel for a child
9.3.13   Special baggage arrangements for travel
9.3.14   Travel on next posting


9.3.3    Purpose
             This Division sets out a member's travel entitlements at Commonwealth expense when they
             marry or have an interdependent partnership recognised under Defence Instruction
             (General) Personnel 53-1, Recognition of Interdependent Partnerships, while serving on a
             long-term posting in Australia.



9.3.4    Overview
    1.       A member's marriage or interdependent partnership does not create a travel entitlement for
             the member personally.

             Examples:

             1. Remote location leave travel.

             2. A member may travel at their own expense to the place of marriage or establishment of a
             common household.

             3. The member may also be able to use another form of travel entitlement, if the rules allow.

    2.       The member may be entitled to assistance for the member's spouse or interdependent
             partner and any other dependants to travel within Australia, subject to these limits.

                   The entitlement arises on marriage or ADF recognition of an interdependent
                   partnership.

                   The travel is for the journey from where they normally lived at the time of the
                   marriage or ADF recognition of an interdependent partnership, to the member's
                   posting location.




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     3.       This table shows the travel entitlements. Any allowances described for the spouse or
              interdependent partner's and dependants' travel are paid to the member.


              Item           If the spouse or                            then the entitlement is for...
                         interdependent partner
                              and any other
                           dependants travel...
                1.     by the normal means                a one-way ticket.
                2.     by private vehicle                 vehicle allowance for the trip. This is payable up to the
                                                          amount of the normal departmental liability. The
                                                          increased rate for passengers is not payable (see
                                                          Part 6 Division 5 clause 9.6.25).

                                                          See:
                                                          Chapter 9 Part 6, Vehicle allowance
                                                          Part 1 clause 9.1.4, Normal departmental liability –
                                                          what the Commonwealth will pay.


9.3.5     Basic entitlements
     1.       Members and their dependants authorised to travel under this Division have the basic
              entitlements set out in Part 1 of this Chapter.

              See: Part 1 Basic travel entitlements

     2.       A member may choose a means of travel for their dependants that is not the most
              economical. In this case, the Commonwealth will pay only up to the cost of travel by the
              most economical means.

     3.       The CDF may authorise travel at Commonwealth expense by other than the most
              economical means. However, the member must pay the difference before the travel.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 9.3.5.3 on behalf of the CDF:
Supervisor not below WO2(E)/APS 4, in the member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Director/Commanding Officer not below MAJ(E)/APS 6 in the member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Commanding Officer (no rank limitation) – Navy


9.3.6     When a member travels at their own expense
     1.       A member eligible to travel at Commonwealth expense on marriage or on ADF recognition
              of an interdependent partnership may choose to pay for the travel themselves.

     2.       The member will be reimbursed in line with the basic entitlements in Part 1 of this Chapter if
              they meet both of the following conditions.

              a.     The means of travel under subclause 1 is authorised.

              b.     They have no entitlement to vehicle allowance or other forms of reimbursement for
                     the travel.

     3.       A member and dependants who are authorised to travel in a private vehicle may be entitled
              to vehicle allowance up to the cost of travel by the most economical means.




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9.3.7     Member's spouse or interdependent partner also a member
              When a member’s spouse or interdependent partner is also a member, the family unit has
              one entitlement only.



9.3.8     Marriage planned or common household started before posting
     1.       A member is entitled to travel at Commonwealth expense for their spouse or interdependent
              partner if they provide documentation under subclause 2 and either of these circumstances
              applies to them.

              a.     They have planned to be married but are posted before their planned marriage
                     happens.

              b.     They have planned to apply for ADF recognition of an interdependent partnership but
                     are posted before the application is granted.

     2.       To qualify, the member must provide documentary evidence that they had completed
              arrangements for the marriage or had started maintaining a common household before they
              received the posting authority.

     3.       The travel is for the journey from the place of the marriage or common household to the
              new posting location.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 9.3.8.2 on behalf of the CDF:
Supervisor not below WO2(E)/APS 4, in the member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Director/Commanding Officer not below MAJ(E)/APS 6 in the member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Commanding Officer (no rank limitation) – Navy


9.3.9     Travel from other location in Australia
     1.       This clause applies to a member who gets married in Australia in either of these two
              circumstances.

              a.     They are away from their posting location.

              b.     They are serving in a seagoing ship.

     2.       This clause does not apply to a member whose marriage or common household was
              arranged before posting.

     3.       The member may be entitled to travel under subclause 2 for their spouse (and any other
              dependants) from the location where they were married. They must meet one of these two
              conditions.

              a.     They have at least one year of service left when the travel is approved.

              b.     They are on a posting that would have entitled them to travel if they had been married
                     at the time they were posted.




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   4.     The member may be entitled to travel under subclause 2 for their interdependent partner
          (and any other dependants) from the location where they were recognised by the ADF as
          having an interdependent partner. They must meet one of these two conditions.

          a.    They have at least one year of service left when the travel is approved.

          b.    They are on a posting that would have entitled them to travel if their interdependent
                partnership had been recognised at the time they were posted.

   5.     Travel under subclause 2. is limited to the cost of a fare for the spouse or interdependent
          partner (and any other dependants) from the place of marriage or the place where they
          were recognised by the ADF as having an interdependent partner (whichever is applicable)
          to one of the following places.

          a.    A residence in the member's posting location.

          b.    If the member is serving in a seagoing ship: whichever of these places they choose.

                  i.    The location of the ship's home port.

                 ii.    Their home port.

          c.    If the member is serving with a Navy aircraft squadron: whichever of these places
                they choose.

                  i.    The location of the home port for the ship on which the squadron is embarked.

                 ii.    The location of the air station on which the squadron is based.

                 iii.   Their home port.



9.3.10 Travel from outside Australia
   1.     If a member serving in Australia marries or has an ADF recognised interdependent
          partnership in a location outside Australia, clause 9.3.9 applies. This includes a member
          serving in a seagoing ship or Navy aircraft squadron deployed outside Australia.

   2.     The point of entry into Australia will be taken as whichever of these places is applicable.

          a.    The place of the member's marriage

          b.    The place where the member were recognised by the ADF as having an
                interdependent partner



9.3.11 Change of family status in special circumstances
          A member may change their family status in circumstances other than those in the clauses
          above. In this case, the CDF may approve travel entitlements and reimbursements for them
          or their dependants. The CDF must consider these factors.

          a.    Any compassionate grounds.

          b.    The nature of the dependant’s relationship to the member.

          c.    Whether it is practical for the member to make private arrangements for the travel.




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Persons who can make the decision under clause 9.3.11 on behalf of the CDF:
Supervisor not below WO2(E)/APS 4, in the member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Director/Commanding Officer not below MAJ(E)/APS 6 in the member's direct chain of command or supervision.
Commanding Officer (no rank limitation) – Navy


9.3.12 Travel for a child
              If the member's spouse or interdependent partner has a child (or children) at the time of the
              marriage or ADF recognition of the interdependent partnership, the member is entitled to
              the cost of a fare for them. Both these conditions must be met.

              a.     The child is eligible to be included as a dependant for travel purposes.

              b.     The child normally lives with the spouse or interdependent partner and will live with
                     the member.



9.3.13 Special baggage arrangements for travel
              When a spouse or interdependent partner (and any of their dependants) travels from where
              they were married or where their interdependent partnership was recognised by the ADF to
              the member’s posting location, baggage limits apply. Any baggage over the transport
              operator’s free limit must be included in personal effects to be removed at Commonwealth
              expense.

              Note: Chapter 6 Part 6 Division 8, When a member becomes a member with dependants,
              has more information about removal of personal effects. If baggage is included with
              furniture and effects, the insurance provisions relating to removals will apply.




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9.3.14 Travel on next posting
          This table sets out travel entitlements of a member on their next posting after they marry, or
          have an interdependent partnership recognised by the ADF, and become a member with
          dependants.


         Item     If the event in  then they are entitled to             on the condition that…
                subclause 1 took         travel from…
                     place in…
           1.   Australia         the place of marriage                                —
                                     the location of their current                     —
                                     posting
                                     their home port or the        a. they had been serving in a
                                     ship's home port                  seagoing ship or Navy aircraft
                                                                       squadron, and
                                                                   b. their spouse or interdependent
                                                                       partner (and any dependants)
                                                                       lived at the location from which
                                                                       the travel is granted.
                                     any other location in         the Commonwealth would not have
                                     Australia                     to pay any more than it would pay for
                                                                   travel from the three locations in this
                                                                   item above.
           2.   outside Australia    the point of entry into                           —
                                     Australia of the spouse or
                                     interdependent partner
                                     (and any other
                                     dependants)




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Division 8: Travel of dependants on death of a member
              TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.A, item 159.

9.3.54   Purpose
9.3.55   Basic entitlement
9.3.56   Member not living with dependants at time of death
9.3.57   Deceased member's spouse also a member
9.3.58   Means of travel
9.3.59   Travel by coach
9.3.60   Class of travel
9.3.61   Baggage
9.3.62   Deferral of a dependant's travel


9.3.54 Purpose
              This Division describes travel, baggage and accommodation entitlements for dependants of
              a member who dies while serving in Australia. This includes a member who dies while
              serving in a seagoing ship or Navy aircraft squadron.



9.3.55 Basic entitlement
              If a member dies while serving in Australia, their dependants may be granted travel from
              their location to one of the locations in this table.

              Location           The dependants may be                          with the condition that…
               option              granted travel to…
              Member of the Permanent Forces at the time of death
                   1.       the location of the last permanent         travel is limited if appointment or
                            residence of the member and                enlistment was from outside Australia.
                            their dependants at the time of            a. If the member was appointed or
                            enlistment or appointment                      enlisted from Norfolk Island, travel is to
                                                                           Sydney.
                                                                       b. If the member was appointed or
                                                                           enlisted from any other external
                                                                           territory of Australia, travel is to the
                                                                           capital city nominated by the
                                                                           dependants.
                                                                       c. If the member was appointed or
                                                                            enlisted from another country, travel is
                                                                            to the port at which the member first
                                                                            entered Australia.
                   2.       any other location in Australia            the Commonwealth will not pay more than
                                                                       the cost of the travel entitlement in item 1.
                                                                       Exception: If the CDF is satisfied that the
                                                                       dependants have established or intend to
                                                                       establish a permanent home there.
              Member of the Reserves on continuous full-time service at the time of death
                   3.       the location where the member              ––
                            lived immediately before starting
                            full-time service
                   4.       any other location in Australia            the cost of the travel is no more than the
                                                                       entitlement in item 1.


Persons who can make the decision under clause 9.3.55, table item 2, on behalf of the CDF:
Commanding Officer or supervisor not below MAJ(E)/APS6 in the member's direct chain of command or supervision
Commanding Officer (no rank limitation) – Navy

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9.3.56 Member not living with dependants at time of death
          If a member with dependants is not living with them at the time of death, the basic travel
          entitlements in Part 1 of this Chapter will apply to the dependants.



9.3.57 Deceased member's spouse also a member
          The travel entitlements in this Division apply when the deceased member’s spouse or
          interdependent partner is a member.



9.3.58 Means of travel
   1.     Dependants travelling on the death of a member are entitled to travel by the most
          economical and practical means.

          See: Chapter 9 Part 1, Basic travel entitlements.

   2.     The dependants may choose to travel by means that are not the most economical. If they
          do, the Commonwealth will pay no more than the cost of travelling by the most economical
          means.

   3.     The member must have paid any additional costs of travelling by the chosen means before
          their travel is approved.



9.3.59 Travel by coach
   1.     Travel by coach may only be approved as the most economical means for one of these
          reasons.

          a.    It is the only means available.

          b.    The dependants request it as the most appropriate.

   2.     In all other instances travel by coach should be limited. It can be used if it is the only way
          dependants can be taken to or from the transport used for the major part of the journey.



9.3.60 Class of travel
          Dependants may upgrade their class of travel. If they do, the Commonwealth will pay only
          for the cost of travel by the most economical means and class set out in Part 1 of this
          Chapter.

          See: Chapter 9 Part 1, Basic travel entitlements.




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Division 3: Authorised travel on removal
             TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.A, item 178.

9.6.14 Purpose
9.6.15 Conditions
9.6.16 Entitlement
9.6.16A Travel before deployment


9.6.14 Purpose
             This Division sets out a member's entitlements when they travel by private vehicle on
             removal.


9.6.15 Conditions
     1.      A member’s travel on removal in a private vehicle is taken to be authorised if either of these
             criteria is met.

             a.      The Commonwealth requires the member to drive the vehicle.

             b.      The member chooses to drive the vehicle when the Commonwealth would have paid
                     to transport it.

             Note: This clause applies to removal to the new location. It also applies to removal travel
             journeys described in subclause 4.

     2.      The Commonwealth may require that a second vehicle owned by the member, or their
             dependant, be driven on removal. In this case, travel is taken to be authorised.

     3.      A member may be unable, for Service reasons, to drive the private vehicle on removal. In
             this case, the CDF may authorise a dependant of the member to drive the vehicle.

     4.      A member posted for duty to a new location may be authorised to travel by private vehicle
             before the date of posting, or after they begin duty. This table sets out journeys that may be
             authorised.

              Item     If the member travels…          then they may be authorised to travel by private
                                                                         vehicle…
               1.    before they begin duty in      a. with their dependants to the new location to arrange
                     the new location                  accommodation and supervise unpacking of furniture
                                                       and effects, and
                                                    b. back to the old location.
               2.    after they begin duty in the a. back to the old location to supervise uplift, and
                     new location                 b. to accompany their dependants to the new location.


Persons who can make the decision under subclause 9.6.15.3 on behalf of the CDF:
A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
-    Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre (HMC)
-    Relocations Manager in the Housing Management Centre
-    Housing Management Centre Manager
-    National Operations – Removals Manager
-    National Operations – Vacancy/Allocations Manager
-    National Relocations Manager
Commanding Officer and Supply Officer, HMA Ships, Fleet Base East




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9.6.16 Entitlement
   1.    For authorised travel on removal, a member is entitled to the sum of the following amounts.

         a.    Vehicle allowance at the rate worked out under Division 5 clause 9.6.24.

         b.    Any increase to the allowance that applies under Division 5 clause 9.6.25.

               Exception: If subclause 9.6.15.2 or 3 applies, no increase will be granted.

         c.    Travel costs under Annex 9.5.A.

               See: Annex 9.5.A, Amounts for accommodation, meals and incidentals for travelling
               allowance and travel card

         d.    The amount worked out under Part 5 Division 2 clause 9.5.15 for accommodation and
               meal costs of any dependants.

   2.    Entitlements under subclause 1 are worked out based on these assumptions.

         a.    The member took the most direct practicable route and did not take stopovers they
               could avoid.

         b.    The member took no more than the allowable travel time.

   3.    If the member has chosen to drive the vehicle, the amount of entitlement is limited. It must
         not be more than the Commonwealth would have paid in total for these two costs.

         a.    Travel by the member and any dependants.

         b.    Transport of the vehicle (unless the travel is under subclause 9.6.15.4).

   4.    For authorised travel for removal of a second vehicle, the member is entitled to the sum of
         the following amounts. They are worked out as if the shortest practicable route were taken.

         a.    Vehicle allowance at the rate worked out under clause 9.6.24. This does not include
               any increase under clause 9.6.25. The member is not entitled to the increased rate
               for passengers for travel on removal in a second vehicle.

         b.    If the vehicle is transported for part of the journey: the cost of transporting the vehicle
               and any caravan or trailer being towed with the vehicle.

   5.    The entitlement under subclause 4 is limited to the cost of transporting the vehicle for the
         whole journey.




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Division 4: Authorised travel on other journeys
             TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.A, item 179.

9.6.17   Purpose
9.6.18   Public transport stoppages
9.6.19   Recall outside normal working hours
9.6.20   Recreation leave travel by private vehicle
9.6.21   Marriage or ADF recognition of interdependent partnership
9.6.22   Entitlement


9.6.17 Purpose
             This Division sets out a member's entitlements when they travel by private vehicle in any of
             these circumstances.

             a.    During a public transport stoppage.

             b.    On recall to their normal place of duty outside their normal working hours.

             c.    For recreation leave travel to a specified destination.

             d.    For travel on their marriage or ADF recognition of their interdependent partnership.



9.6.18 Public transport stoppages
    1.       During a public transport stoppage, a member may travel in a private vehicle between their
             normal place of residence and their normal place of duty. The travel is taken to be
             authorised if both of these criteria are met.

             a.    The member does not normally use a private vehicle for the travel.

             b.    Other means of public transport are either:

                    i.    not available in the area they live in, or

                    ii.   available in the area they live in, but it is impractical to use them.

    2.       The vehicle allowance would include the increased rate under Division 5 clause 9.6.25 for
             any other members who travel in the vehicle.




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9.6.19 Recall outside normal working hours
     1.       If a member is recalled to their normal place of duty outside their normal working hours,
              their travel in a private vehicle may be authorised by the CDF if they meet either of these
              conditions.

              a.     They are on continuous full-time service.

              b.     They are on Reserve service. They travel on a day when they are entitled to
                     attendance allowance for a separate journey to their normal place of duty.

     2.       This subclause applies to a member who meets both of these criteria.

              a.     The member is on continuous full-time service.

              b.     Due to a recall the member does not need to make their usual journey to or from
                     duty.

              The member's entitlement under subclause 1 must be reduced by the amount that the usual
              travel would have cost.

              Example: Vehicle allowance could be reduced by the member's usual public transport fare.



Persons who can make the decision under clause 9.6.19 on behalf of the CDF:
Director/Commanding Officer, not below MAJ(E)/APS 6 in the member's direct chain of command or supervision
Commanding Officer (no rank limitation) – Navy


9.6.20 Recreation leave travel by private vehicle
              If a member has been granted travel on leave to an approved destination, their travel in a
              private vehicle to or from that destination may be authorised. Travel costs for
              accommodation, meals and incidentals are not payable.



9.6.21 Marriage or ADF recognition of interdependent partnership
     1.       Chapter 9 Part 3 Division 1 provides for a travel entitlement for a member's new spouse or
              interdependent partner, on the member's marriage or ADF recognition of interdependent
              partnership, in some circumstances.

     2.       The member's spouse or interdependent partner may be authorised to undertake this travel
              in a private vehicle.

     3.       The member is then entitled to vehicle allowance for the spouse or interdependent partner's
              travel. All these rules must be observed.

              a.     There is no entitlement to an additional amount of allowance for transporting the
                     member as a passenger. Other passengers may attract the passenger component of
                     vehicle allowance, if they are entitled to travel at Commonwealth expense.

                     Example: The spouse's or interdependent partner's child.

              b.     The amount of vehicle allowance paid must not be more than the cost of the spouse's
                     or interdependent partner’s travel by the most economical means.

                     See: Chapter 9 Part 1, Basic travel entitlements

              c.     There is no entitlement to additional costs.



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Part 2: Personal purchase of uniform articles
             TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.A, item 182.



10.2.1 Purpose
             The purpose of this Part is to reimburse members who choose to buy approved articles of
             uniform and other requirements privately, instead of getting them through free issue.



10.2.2 Member this Part applies to
             This Part applies to these members, including members on Reserve service.

             a.     An officer on appointment.

             b.     A Warrant Officer on enlistment or promotion.



10.2.3 Entitlement
     1.      The member is entitled to be reimbursed the cost of privately bought items of uniform and
             personal necessities. Both these conditions must be met.

             a.     The member is entitled to be provided with the item at Commonwealth expense.

             b.     The CDF is satisfied that the purchase is reasonable. The CDF must consider all
                    these criteria.

                      i.    The availability of the items from Service sources.

                     ii.    The member’s posting location.

                     iii.   The nature of the member’s duties.

                     iv.    If the member has a special need for the item because of a medical condition.

                     v.     Any other factor relevant to the purchase of the item.

     2.      The member may not be reimbursed more for an item than the price listed in the
             Commonwealth list of prices of clothing, uniforms and personal necessities.

             See: (These references are policy guidance)

             Navy – http://csi-sc.ear.defence.gov.au/ClothingStoreNavy/

             Army – http://csi-sc.ear.defence.gov.au/ClothingStoreArmy/



Persons who can make the decision under paragraph 10.2.3.1.b on behalf of the CDF:
The nearest officer in the member’s chain of command not below MAJ(E)/APS 6
Commanding Officer (no rank limitation) – Navy




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Chapter 11: ADF-related compensation
Contents
Overview
   11.0.1       Overview                                                                           1
   11.0.2       Contents                                                                           1

Part 1: Rehabilitation and compensation for personal injury or disease –
general arrangements
   11.1.1       Purpose                                                                            1
   11.1.2       Military Rehabilitation and Compensation Scheme                                    1
   11.1.3       Additional information about military compensation and claims                      1
   11.1.4       ADF rehabilitation program                                                         1

Part 2: Additional military compensation
   11.2.1       Purpose                                                                            1
   11.2.2       Contents                                                                           1

   Division 1: Overview
   11.2.3       Limits to application of benefits under this Part                                  1
   11.2.4       Secretary's discretions                                                            1
   11.2.5       Definitions                                                                        1
   11.2.6       Some aspects of dependency                                                         2
   11.2.7       Damages or compensation recovered or received for the benefit of                   3
                dependants

   Division 2: Additional death benefit
   11.2.8       Entitlement to additional death benefit                                            1
   11.2.9       Calculation of the ADB                                                             1
   11.2.10      Who the ADB is payable to                                                          2

   Division 3: Severe injury adjustment
   11.2.11      Entitlement to a severe injury adjustment                                          1
   11.2.12      Calculation of the SIA                                                             1
   11.2.13      Who the SIA is payable to                                                          2
   11.2.14      Interim payment of SIA                                                             2

   Division 4: Avoidance of double benefits
   11.2.15      Notice of proceedings against a third party                                        1
   11.2.16      SIA or ADB not payable if damages are recovered                                    1
   11.2.17      No double benefit if State workers' compensation is received                       2
   11.2.18      No double benefit if State compensation is received                                2
   11.2.19      Statutory declaration as to State workers' compensation etc.                       3
   11.2.20      Reduction of SIA or ADB if similar compensation received before                    3
                commencement
   11.2.21      Recovery of SIA or ADB that is repayable                                           3



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   Division 5: Authorisation of payment and review of decisions
   11.2.22      Payment of SIA or ADB                                                1
   11.2.23      Notice of decisions                                                   1
   11.2.24      Reconsideration of decisions                                          2
   11.2.25      Review by Tribunal of reconsidered decisions                         2

   Division 6: General
   11.2.26      Reimbursement for cost of financial advice                            1
   11.2.27      Indexation of amounts                                                 1
   11.2.28      Exercise of powers by Secretary                                      1

Part 3: Payment of financial entitlements on death
   11.3.1       Purpose                                                               1
   11.3.2       Entitlement for leave and other compensation                          1
   11.3.3       Bereavement payment                                                   2

Part 4: Funeral costs, floral and non-floral tributes
   11.4.1       Purpose                                                               1
   11.4.2       Member this Part applies to                                           1
   11.4.3       Member this Part does not apply to                                    2
   11.4.4       Definitions                                                           2
   11.4.5       Funeral costs                                                         3
   11.4.6       Funeral overseas                                                      4
   11.4.7       Travel and accommodation                                              4
   11.4.8       Floral and non-floral tributes                                        4




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Chapter 11: ADF-related compensation

11.0.1 Overview
         This Chapter deals with assistance available if a member dies or suffers personal injury or
         disease as a result of their service.



11.0.2 Contents
         This Chapter includes the following Parts.

         Part 1     Rehabilitation and compensation for personal injury or disease – general
                    arrangements
         Part 2     Additional military compensation
         Part 3     Payment of financial entitlements on death
         Part 4     Funeral costs, floral and non-floral tributes




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Part 3: Payment of financial entitlements on death
11.3.1 Purpose
11.3.2 Entitlement for leave and other compensation
11.3.3 Bereavement payment


11.3.1 Purpose
           This Part sets out financial entitlements on the death of a member. They include payments
           for leave not taken and bereavement payment.



11.3.2 Entitlement for leave and other compensation
           TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.A, item 189.

    1.     This clause applies if a member dies. This includes a member of the Reserves. For
           paragraph 2.d, this also includes a member of a cadet force.

    2.     The CDF must authorise a payment to a person under clause 1.6.4. The payment must be
           the total of what the member would have been entitled to if they had left the ADF without
           dying. The total is made up of amounts for these entitlements.

           See: Chapter 1 Part 6 clause 1.6.4, Payments of amounts on death of a member.

           a.     Recreation leave.

                  See: Chapter 5 Part 2.

           b.     Long service leave.

                  See: Chapter 5 Part 3.

           c.     War service leave.

                  See: Chapter 5 Part 6.

           d.     Compensation for loss of, or damage to, clothing or personal effects.

                  See: Chapter 10 Part 4.

    3.     This table sets out where related information about death and disability can be found.

           Item            Information                                    Description
             1. Clause 1.3.57, definition of         Provides for circumstances where the CDF must
                Presumed date of death               direct that, for Chapters 1 to 17, a member’s death
                See: Chapter 1 Part 3 Division 1     is presumed to have occurred on a specified date
             2. Clause 1.6.3, Payment of amount      Provides for payment of amounts to persons who
                to person under legal disability     are under a legal disability.
                See: Chapter 1 Part 6                Example: A deceased member’s dependent
                                                     children.
             3.   Clause 1.6.4, Payment of           Sets out the standard procedures for payment of
                  amounts on death of a member       amounts following a member’s death
                  See: Chapter 1 Part 6
            4.    Other entitlements                 There may be other entitlements on the death of a
                                                     member.
                                                     Examples: Superannuation, removals and
                                                     payments of outstanding salary and allowances.




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Persons who can make the decision under subclause 11.3.2.2 on behalf of the CDF:
Director General Defence Community Organisation


11.3.3 Bereavement payment
             TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.A, item 190.

     1.      This table defines terms used in this clause.


                  Term                                   Definition in this clause
            Dependent           A person who was financially dependent on the deceased member during
            person              the relevant pay period.
            Gross               Either of these amounts.
            fortnightly pay     a. The total of the fortnightly instalments of salary and allowances the
                                   member would have been entitled to for the relevant pay period. This
                                   includes what they would have had to pay for any of these.
                                   i. Income tax.
                                   ii. Superannuation.
                                   iii. A debt due to the Commonwealth.
                                b. The average amount of gross fortnightly pay that the member was
                                   entitled to for each completed pay period in the last three months of
                                   service. This amount is used only if it is greater than the amount under
                                   paragraph a.
            Relevant pay        The fortnight that ends on the day immediately before the day the member
            period              died.


     2.      This clause applies to a member who dies, if they were meeting both these conditions when
             they died.

             a.     They were on continuous full-time service during all or part of the relevant pay period.

             b.     Salary was payable for that period.

     3.      If there is a dependent person, the CDF must authorise payment under Chapter 1 Part 6
             clause 1.6.4 to them. The payment is four times the member's gross fortnightly pay.

     4.      Payment must be made in four equal fortnightly instalments. The payments begin on the
             first day of the pay period immediately after the member’s death.

     5.      No payment will be made if there is no dependent person.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 11.3.3.3 on behalf of the CDF:
Director General Defence Community Organisation




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Part 4: Funeral costs, floral and non-floral tributes
11.4.1   Purpose
11.4.2   Member this Part applies to
11.4.3   Member this Part does not apply to
11.4.4   Definitions
11.4.5   Funeral costs
11.4.6   Funeral overseas
11.4.7   Travel and accommodation
11.4.8   Floral and non-floral tributes


11.4.1   Purpose
            The purpose of this Part is to provide a deceased member's family with financial assistance
            for funeral costs, floral and non-floral tributes.



11.4.2   Member this Part applies to
            This Part applies to the following deceased members.

            a.    A member of the Permanent Force.

            b.    A member of the Reserve Force in any of the following circumstances at the time of
                  death.

                    i.    On continuous full-time service.

                   ii.    Undergoing training.

                   iii.   Attending a parade or bivouac.

                   iv.    The death is due to injuries suffered, or illness contracted, while serving in the
                          ADF.

                   v.     The member had been on overseas operational deployment within the previous
                          12 months.

            c.    A member of the Reserve Force or a retired member who met one of the following
                  conditions before death.

                    i.    The member held the rank of two-Star or above.

                   ii.    A member of the Air Force who held a substantive air rank or was a Principle
                          Air Chaplain who was promoted before 7 May 1999.

                   iii.   The relevant Service Chief has requested that a benefit be provided for the
                          member under this Part, having regard to the member's distinguished career.

            d.    A member who was awarded the Victoria Cross or the Victoria Cross for Australia.




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11.4.3   Member this Part does not apply to
    1.     This Part does not apply to the following deceased members.

           a.     A member who was absent without leave at the time of death.

                  See also: Chapter 3 Part 6 clause 3.6.1, Overview

                  Exception: The part may apply if a suspension is ceased in accordance with
                  regulations 61 or 70 of Part XIII in Defence Force Regulations 1952.

           b.     A retired member of the ADF.

                  Exception: Members listed in paragraph 11.4.2.c or 11.4.2.d.

           c.     An officer or instructor of Cadets.

           d.     A member of the Cadets.

    2.     Director General Defence Community Organisation may approve a funeral at
           Commonwealth expense for deceased members under paragraphs 1.b-d. if requested by
           the relevant Service Chief.



11.4.4   Definitions
           This table defines terms used in this Part.


                   Term                                   Definition in this Part
           Floral tribute         A close fitting cover, sheath or wreath of fresh flowers and foliage.

           Non-floral tribute     Either or both of the following.
                                  a. A wreath of imitation flowers or leaves.
                                  b. A suitably inscribed book.

           Next of kin            The member's dependant or another family member the member has
                                  nominated for this purpose.

           Legal personal         The person referred to in 1.6.4.1, usually the member's executor.
           representative




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11.4.5   Funeral costs
    1.     The Director General Defence Community Organisation may pay, or reimburse the
           deceased member's next of kin or legal personal representative, funeral costs up to
           $12,500, for the following expenses.

           a.    Transport costs for the deceased member, if the funeral is to be at a location other
                 than where the member died.

           b.    If the deceased member has been cremated, removal of the ashes to a location
                 nominated by the member's next of kin or legal personal representative.

           c.    Collection and preparation of the member's remains.

           d.    Supply and delivery of a casket or urn.

           e.    Shroud (if needed).

           f.    Undertaker, funeral director.

           g.    Hearse and driver.

           h.    Use of undertaker's premises.

                 Example: The wake following the funeral is held at a reception room at the funeral
                 director's premises.

           i.    Floral car.

           j.    Transport of the deceased member's family to and from the funeral service.

                 Note: This transportation is at the funeral location only.

                 See: Clause 11.4.7 for travel and accommodation for family travelling from another
                 location within Australia.

           k.    Fees and transport of a clergyperson.

           l.    Two press notices.

           m.    Memorial book.

           n.    Floral tributes.

           o.    Burial or cremation fees.

           p.    Headstone or memorial plaque.

    2.     If the member has no dependants, the CDF may approve reimbursement to the member's
           legal personal representative.

           See: Chapter 1 Part 6 clause 1.6.4, Payment of amounts on death of a member

    3.     To claim reimbursement of costs approved by Director General Defence Community
           Organisation listed in subclause 1. The deceased member's next of kin or legal personal
           representative is to present invoices or receipts to the Defence Community Organisation.




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11.4.6   Funeral overseas
    1.     If the deceased member's next of kin choose to have a private funeral overseas the Director
           General Defence Community Organisation may approve costs up to the maximum shown in
           subclause 11.4.5.1.

           See: Clause 11.4.5, Funeral costs

    2.     Overseas funeral arrangements are the responsibility of the deceased member's next of kin
           or legal personal representative.

    3.     Travel costs will not be met by the Commonwealth.



11.4.7   Travel and accommodation
    1.     The Director General Defence Community Organisation may approve travel and two nights
           accommodation expenses for dependants to attend the deceased member's funeral.

    2.     The Director General Defence Community Organisation may approve travel and two night's
           accommodation for any of the following persons to attend the deceased member's funeral.

           a.    If the member's dependant is very young, aged, infirm or severely distressed, an
                 additional person to accompany the dependant.

           b.    A family member who has been nominated by a dependant when the dependant is
                 unable to attend the funeral.

           c.    The parents of the deceased member.

    3.     The Director General Defence Community Organisation may approve additional
           accommodation if the travel requirements and funeral service times require the approved
           people to stay at the location for an additional night.

    4.     Travel and accommodation approved under this clause is only for travel and
           accommodation within Australia and must be organised through the Defence Travel
           Contract.



11.4.8   Floral and non-floral tributes
    1.     The Director General Defence Community Organisation may approve floral and non-floral
           tributes at Commonwealth expense for a member, for any of the following memorial
           occasions.

           a.    An act of commemoration in respect of a deceased member listed in clause 11.4.2.

           b.    An annual celebration of remembrance of a deceased member listed in
                 clause 11.4.2.

           See: Clause 11.4.2, Member this Part applies to

    2.     The maximum amount payable for floral and non-floral tributes is $250.




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Part 3: Travel during a long-term posting
   15.3.1       Purpose                                                                              1
   15.3.2       Member this Part applies to                                                          1
   15.3.3       Contents                                                                             1

   Division 1: Travel for short-term duty while on long-term posting
   15.3.4       Travel for short-term duty while on long-term posting                                1
   15.3.5       Travel by private vehicle                                                            1

   Division 2: Excess commuting costs
   15.3.6       Purpose                                                                              1
   15.3.7       Public transport                                                                     1
   15.3.8       Private vehicle                                                                      2
   15.3.9       Public transport and private vehicle combined                                        3

   Division 3: Overseas reunion travel
   15.3.10      Purpose                                                                              1
   15.3.11      Member this Division applies to                                                      1
   15.3.12      Member to give notice of reunion visit                                              1
   15.3.13      Number of reunion visits to overseas posting location                               1
   15.3.14      Time periods for reunions                                                            2
   15.3.15      Amount of reimbursements                                                             2
   15.3.15A     Cost of escort for child                                                             3
   15.3.16      Member or spouse or interdependent partner visits dependant ('reverse                4
                overseas reunion')
   15.3.17      Reverse dependant overseas reunion travel to a non-dependant                         4

   Division 4: Vehicle allowances
   15.3.18      Purpose                                                                              1
   15.3.19      Member this Division applies to                                                      1
   15.3.20      Member this Division does not apply to                                              1
   15.3.21      Vehicle allowance                                                                    1
   15.3.22      Personal property tax on vehicle – USA                                               3

   Division 5: Vehicle contribution
   15.3.23      Purpose                                                                              1
   15.3.24      Definition                                                                           1
   15.3.25      Hire of official vehicle for casual short-term private use                           2
   15.3.26      Continuous full-time private use of official vehicle                                 3
   15.3.27      Miscellaneous vehicle costs                                                          3
   15.3.28      Defence Executive Vehicle Scheme                                                     4
   15.3.29      Waiver of contribution                                                               4




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   Division 6: Travel for compassionate reasons
   15.3.30        Purpose                                                                             1
   15.3.31        Definition – close relative                                                         1
   15.3.32        Person this Division applies to                                                     2
   15.3.33        Close relative visit to seriously ill person overseas                              2
   15.3.34        Close relative attends to death overseas                                            3
   15.3.35        Member or partner visit to a close relative                                         4
   15.3.36        Fares for children                                                                  6
   15.3.37        ...                                                                                 5

   Division 7: Travel on extension of posting or second overseas posting
   15.3.38        Purpose                                                                             1
   13.3.39        Additional travel when posting extended                                             1
   15.3.40        Dependants' travel costs on posting extension                                       2
   15.3.41        Additional travel on long-term posting to a second overseas location                2

Part 4: Housing
   15.4.1         Purpose                                                                             1
   15.4.2         Member this Part applies to                                                         1
   15.4.3         Member this Part does not apply to                                                  1
   15.4.4         Contents                                                                            2
   15.4.5         Dispute resolution                                                                  2

   Division 1: Housing
   15.4.6         Purpose                                                                             1
   15.4.7         Housing entitlements                                                                1
   15.4.8         Costs incurred under terms of occupancy                                             2
   15.4.9         Dispute about damage to property                                                    3
   15.4.10        Changing housing during posting                                                     3
   15.4.11        Housing becomes unavailable or unfit                                                3

   Division 2: Utilities
   15.4.12        Purpose                                                                             1
   15.4.13        Member this Division does not apply to                                             1
   15.4.14        Definition – utilities                                                              1
   15.4.15        Entitlement                                                                         2

   Division 3: Rent groups
   15.4.16        Definition – rent groups – ADF only                                                 1
   15.4.16A       Definition – rent groups – APS only                                                 1




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   Division 4: Rent and utilities contribution
   15.4.17        Purpose                                                                              1
   15.4.18        Rent and utilities contribution                                                      1
   15.4.19        Dual liability                                                                       1
   15.4.20        Rent and utilities contribution – member living in overseas                          2
   15.4.21        Exemptions from rent and utilities contribution                                      2

   Division 5: Reductions to rent and utilities contribution
   15.4.22        Purpose                                                                              1
   15.4.23        Maintaining a household in Australia                                                 1
   15.4.24        Substandard housing                                                                  2
   15.4.25        Reductions of rent and utilities contribution during short-term hardship             2

   Division 6: Household help
   15.4.26        Purpose                                                                              1
   15.4.27        Household help                                                                       1
   15.4.28        Snow clearing                                                                        2
   15.4.29        Representation supplement [APS only]                                                3


   Annex 15.4.A  Rent group overseas – ADF only                                                       1
   Annex 15.4.AA Rent group overseas – APS only                                                       1
   Annex 15.4.B  Rent and utilities contribution                                                      1
                 Part 1: Unaccompanied member                                                         1
                 Part 2: Accompanied member                                                           1
   Annex 15.4.C   Standards of residential overseas accommodation groups                              1
   Annex 15.4.D   Remission of rent and utilities contribution – maintenance of household in          1
                  Australia
                  Guidance for applicants                                                             1
                  Supporting documentation                                                            1
                  Review of remission                                                                 1
                  Guidelines for authorised persons – eligibility criteria                            2
                  Maximum remission available                                                         2
                  Multiple households or dependants in Australia                                      2
                  Costs/penalties                                                                     2
                  Checklist                                                                           3
   Annex 15.4.E   Remission of rent and utilities contribution for substandard accommodation          1
                  overseas – submission of applications
                  Guidelines for the post and the applicant                                           1
                  Accommodation                                                                       1
                  Conditions of accommodation                                                         2
                  Nature and quality of utilities                                                     2
                  Checklist                                                                           2




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Part 5: Excess health costs
   15.5.1       Purpose                                                                           1
   15.5.2       Member this Part applies to                                                       1
   15.5.3       Contents                                                                          1

   Division 1: Eligible persons
   15.5.4       Eligible person                                                                   1
   15.5.5       Period of eligibility                                                             1

   Division 2: Entitlements
   15.5.6       Purpose                                                                           1
   15.5.7       Medical costs                                                                     1
   15.5.8       Hospital costs                                                                    2
   15.5.9       Pharmaceutical costs                                                              3
   15.5.9A      Pharmaceutical costs – health care card                                           4
   15.5.10      Ancillary services                                                                5
   15.5.11      Dental costs for young children                                                   6
   15.5.12      Ambulance costs                                                                   7
   15.5.13      Routine medical checks                                                            7

   Division 3: Special benefits for health-related travel
   15.5.14      Purpose                                                                           1
   15.5.15      Travel to another location for health care                                        1
   15.5.16      Provision of escort                                                               2
   15.5.17      Travel for child to accompany a parent                                            3
   15.5.18      Class of air travel for health care                                               4
   15.5.19      Living costs at another location during treatment                                 5

   Division 4: Claiming health costs
   15.5.20      Purpose                                                                           1
   15.5.21      Claims for health costs                                                           1
   15.5.22      Assignment of rights to recover costs                                             1
   15.5.23      Payment for health service instead of reimbursement                               1
   15.5.23A     Private health insurance                                                          2




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15.2.34 Payment of overseas living allowance for unused leave
     1.      A member's period of unused leave is the recreation leave they accrued during a posting
             period, but were unable to take. This is only if the CDF is satisfied that they could not take
             the leave during that period for either of these reasons.

             a.     On medical or compassionate grounds relating to the member or a dependant, they
                    left the posting early, or left the ADF.

             b.     The operational needs of the ADF prevented them from taking the leave.

     2.      After the member's posting, the CDF may authorise overseas living allowance to be paid.
             The allowance is payable for the period of unused leave that the member takes overseas.

     3.      Overseas living allowance may not be paid for leave taken in Australia after the member
             returns.

             Exception: A member who is on leave in between overseas postings and travelling under
             clause 15.3.41 is entitled to overseas living allowance.

     4.      The period of unused leave must not be longer than the amount of recreation leave that the
             member accrued over their last 12 months' service at the posting location.

     5.      To work out the overseas living allowance payable under this clause, use the rate that the
             member was entitled to on the last day of their posting period.



Persons who can make the decision under subclauses 15.2.34.1 and 15.2.34.2 on behalf of the Secretary/CDF:
A person working in the Personnel Administration Centre in Southern Victoria who is:
-    Overseas Administration Team Leader
-    Personnel Administration Manager Specialist
-    Civilian and Overseas Personnel Administration Centre Manager
-    Manager Personnel Administration Centre


15.2.35 Detention (ADF only)
     1.      Regulation 68 of the Defence Force Regulations 1952 provides that a member undergoing
             detention under service law forfeits all allowances, other than those specifically mentioned
             under this Determination.

     2.      This clause applies to a member who meets both these conditions.

             a.     They are serving a period of detention under service law.

             b.     They were entitled to overseas living allowance immediately before they began the
                    period of detention.

     3.      The member is entitled to an amount of overseas living allowance approved by the CDF.
             The CDF must consider all these criteria.

             a.     If the member was an accompanied member before the detention started.

             b.     The member's dependants who continue to live in the posting location.

             c.     The nature of costs, if any, that the member continues to incur during their period of
                    detention.

     4.      Members in detention are not entitled to any other payments under this Part.



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Persons who can make the decision under subclause 15.2.35.3 on behalf of the CDF:
A person working in the Personnel Administration Centre in Southern Victoria who is:
-    Overseas Administration Team Leader
-    Personnel Administration Manager Specialist
-    Civilian and Overseas Personnel Administration Centre Manager
-    Manager Personnel Administration Centre




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Part 3: Travel during a long-term posting

15.3.1   Purpose
           The purpose of this Part is to authorise travel entitlements during a long-term posting.



15.3.2   Member this Part applies to
           This Part applies to a member who is on a long-term posting overseas and is required to
           travel while on the posting. It also applies to the member's dependants, who need to travel
           in special circumstances.

           Note: There may be additional travel entitlements for members at hardship posts.

           See: Chapter 16 Part 4, Assisted leave travel



15.3.3   Contents
           This Part includes these Divisions:
           Division 1        Travel for short-term duty while on long-term posting
           Division 2        Excess commuting costs
           Division 3        Reunion travel
           Division 4        Vehicle allowances
           Division 5        Vehicle contribution
           Division 6        Travel for compassionate reasons
           Division 7        Travel on extension of posting or second overseas posting




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Division 7: Travel on extension of posting or second overseas posting
15.3.38   Purpose
15.3.39   Additional travel when posting extended
15.3.40   Dependants' travel costs on posting extension
15.3.41   Additional travel on long-term posting to a second overseas location


15.3.38 Purpose
             The purpose of this Division is for a member to have extended family contact and make
             private business arrangements, on extension of a posting or on a posting to a second
             overseas location.



15.3.39 Additional travel when posting extended
             TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.B, item 99.

    1.       If a member's posting to an overseas location is extended by 12 months or more, the
             member is entitled to the lower of the following costs.

             a.    Return air travel from the posting location to the location where the member normally
                   lives in Australia.

             b.    The allowable travel cost for the travel.

    2.       If the member would otherwise have been on assisted leave travel from a hardship post,
             and that entitlement would have included payment for excess baggage, the member is
             entitled to an excess baggage entitlement of 12 kg. This is for the return flight to the posting
             location.

    3.       The member may want to travel to another location within Australia, other than where they
             normally live. The member is entitled to do this. However, the Commonwealth will only pay
             up to a maximum of the allowable travel cost. The Commonwealth will not pay any extra
             costs that may be charged as a result of the change in destination.

    4.       If dependants live at the posting location and accompany the member to and from Australia,
             the member may be reimbursed for their travel under this clause, up to the allowable travel
             cost.

    5.       These conditions apply to this entitlement.

             a.    Travel must be taken during the extended posting period, but not within three months
                   of the end of the posting period.

             b.    The member must take recreation leave for the absence.

             c.    The member cannot travel to another overseas location.

             d.    ...

    6.       The member and dependants are not entitled to either of these benefits during travel under
             this clause.

             a.    Rest periods.

             b.    Accommodation or meal costs.

             Note: This travel replaces an assisted leave travel visit to a regional leave centre under
             Chapter 16 Part 4, Assisted leave travel. See subclause 16.4.7.1A, Number of trips.




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15.3.40 Dependants' travel costs on posting extension
          TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.B, item 100.

          A member may be serving overseas on an unaccompanied long-term posting or short-term
          duty. In some cases, the period of duty may be extended. As a result, the member may
          become entitled to be an accompanied member on long-term posting. In this case, the
          member is entitled to one of these payments.

          a.    If the dependant has not yet travelled to the posting location, payment of the travel
                costs of the dependant to the overseas posting location.

                See: Chapter 14 Part 4 Division 4, Dependants not travelling with the member

          b.    If the dependant has already travelled to the posting location at personal cost, the
                lowest of these entitlements applies.

                  i.   Reimbursement of fares, conveyance and baggage to the posting location.

                 ii.   The cost that would have been paid if the dependant had travelled on the day
                       the member was approved to be accompanied at the posting location.



15.3.41 Additional travel on long-term posting to a second overseas location
   1.     This clause applies to a member who is issued with a second posting order only after they
          have left Australia on the first posting.

          Exception: This clause does not apply to a member who was issued with a posting order
          for two or more overseas posting locations before they leave Australia. The member is not
          entitled to travel to Australia between these overseas postings in these circumstances.

   2.     The member may be paid the lower of the following costs.

          a.    Business class air travel between all following locations.

                  i.   From the old posting location to the location where the member normally lives
                       in Australia.

                 ii.   From the location where the member normally lives in Australia to the new
                       overseas posting location.

          b.    The allowable travel cost for the travel to the locations in paragraph a.

   3.     If dependants live at the posting location and accompany the member to Australia and to
          the new posting location, the member may be reimbursed for the dependants travel under
          this clause, up to the allowable travel cost.

   4.     The following conditions apply to this entitlement.

          a.    Travel must be taken during the following time period.

                  i.   After departure from the first overseas location at the end of the posting.

                 ii.   Before arrival at the second overseas posting location.

          b.    The second overseas posting must be for at least 12 months.

          c.    The member must take recreation leave for the absence.

          d.    The member must travel to the location where the member normally lives in Australia.


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   5.    Rest periods under Chapter 14 Part 4 Division 3 only apply for travel from Australia to the
         new posting location.

         See: Chapter 14 Part 4 Division 3, Rest periods

   6.    Excess baggage charges may be paid under clause 14.4.10.

         See: Chapter 14 Part 4 Division 2 clause 14.4.10, Excess baggage

   7.    Accommodation or meal costs are not payable for travel under this clause.

   8.    A member who is on leave in Australia between overseas postings is eligible to receive
         overseas living allowance for unused leave accrued at the old posting location.

         See: Part 2 Division 6 clause 15.2.34, Payment of overseas living allowance for unused
         leave

   9.    The member may travel to another location within Australia, other than where they normally
         live. However, the Commonwealth will only pay up to a maximum of the allowable travel
         cost set out in paragraph 2.b. The Commonwealth will not pay any extra costs that may be
         charged as a result of the change in destination.




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15.7.5 List of approved clubs
          This table sets out the approved clubs for the posting locations where this Part applies.


                Posting location                                 Approved club
         Cambodia                         International Youth Club, Phnom Penh
         Fiji                             Fiji Club, Suva
         India                            Hyatt Hotel Health Club, New Delhi
         Indonesia                        Hilton Executive Club, Jakarta
         Israel                           Moadon Club, Tel Aviv
         Italy                            Roman Sports Centre, Rome
         Kiribati                         Betio Fishing Club, Tarawa
         Korea                            Seoul Club
         Kuwait                           Al Corniche Fitness Club
         Malaysia – Kuala Lumpur          Kelab Darul Ehsan
                                          Note: Basic membership only. The cost of golf membership
                                          must not be reimbursed to the member.
         Malaysia – elsewhere             Penang Sports Club
         Marshall Islands                 Outrigger Marshall Islands Resort Cowry Club
         Pakistan                         Islamabad Club
         Papua New Guinea                 Port Moresby Golf Club
         Philippines                      Shangri-La Fitness Club, Manila
         Samoa                            Health Attack Fitness Centre
         Saudi Arabia                     Dirab Golf and Recreation Club
         Solomon Islands                  Honiara Golf Club
         Thailand                         British Club, Bangkok
         Tonga                            Tonga Golf Club
         Turkey                           Sporium, Ankara
         USA – Manhattan                  New York Health and Racquet Club
                                          Note: Only for members who are directed to live on
                                          Manhattan Island
         Vanuatu                          Port Vila Golf and Country Club
         Vietnam                          New World Sports Club, Ho Chi Minh City




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15.7.6 Changes to the list of approved clubs
             A club may only be approved for a posting location if the CDF is satisfied on all these
             criteria.

             a.     The location does not have acceptable sporting and recreational facilities on a
                    sessional basis or as public facilities.

             b.     Members and their families suffer serious difficulty in gaining access to public or
                    sessional sporting and recreational facilities because of these issues.

                      i.    Cultural limitations.

                     ii.    Climatic conditions.

                     iii.   Overcrowding.

                     iv.    Traffic congestion.

                     v.     Hygiene.

                     vi.    Pollution.

             c.     It is common practice for members and dependants to make use of sporting or
                    recreational clubs, because public or sessional sporting or recreational facilities are
                    not available.

             d.     The proposed club offers a reasonable selection of suitable facilities at reasonable
                    cost.

             e.     The club is not being proposed for purely social or representational purposes.



Persons who can make the decision under clause 15.7.6 on behalf of the Secretary/CDF:
Director Service Conditions




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Part 2: Hardship allowance
             TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.B, item 137.

16.2.1    Purpose
16.2.2    Member this Part applies to
16.2.3    Qualifying period
16.2.4    Amount of hardship allowance
16.2.5    Period of duty
16.2.5A   Provisional hardship locations
16.2.6    When member is not eligible for hardship allowance
16.2.7    Dual location
16.2.8    Absence from location


16.2.1    Purpose
             Some locations are harder to live in than Australia. Hardship allowance makes up for
             difficult living conditions at the location.



16.2.2    Member this Part applies to
     1.      This Part applies to a member who meets either of the following conditions.

             a.     They are serving at a location shown in Annex 16.A.

                    See: Annex 16.A, Hardship post conditions of service

             b.     They are serving in a provisional hardship location.

                    See: Clause 16.2.5A, Provisional hardship locations

     2.      When a member leaves a long-term hardship posting location with a period of leave credit
             that accrued while the member was at the location, the CDF may authorise a payment of
             hardship allowance. This payment is made in the same manner that overseas living
             allowance is paid when the member takes that period of leave.



Persons who can make the decision under subclause 16.2.2.2 on behalf of the Secretary/CDF:
A person working in the Personnel Administration Centre in Southern Victoria who is:
-    Overseas Administration Team Leader
-    Personnel Administration Manager Specialist
-    Civilian and Overseas Personnel Administration Centre Manager
-    Manager Personnel Administration Centre


16.2.3    Qualifying period
     1.      This Part only applies if the total of these periods is 28 days or more.

             a.     The period the member has been on duty at the location.

                    See: Chapter 13 Part 3, Travel costs for short-term duty overseas

             b.     An earlier period for which the member was entitled to deployment allowance or
                    international campaign allowance. The earlier period must have been continuous with
                    the period at the hardship location.

                    Note: However, deployment allowance and international campaign allowance are
                    payable under Chapter 17, not this Chapter.


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    2.     Some members are only entitled to a cost of living adjustment and not full overseas living
           allowance. These members are not entitled to hardship allowance.

           See: Chapter 15 Part 2 Division 2 clause 15.2.12, Dual entitlement

    3.     Despite subclause 1, a member assigned for short-term duty with any of the following
           peacetime operations is not required to serve the 28-day qualifying period before becoming
           eligible for hardship allowance.

           a.        ...

           b.        ...

           c.        OPERATION PAKISTAN ASSIST.

           d.        OPERATION RAMP.

    4.     Despite subclause 1, a member assigned for short-term duty with either of the following
           peacetime operations is required to serve a 24-hour qualifying period before becoming
           eligible for hardship allowance.

           a.        OPERATION SAMOA ASSIST.

           b.        OPERATION PADANG ASSIST.



16.2.4   Amount of hardship allowance
    1.     The amount of hardship allowance a member is entitled to depends on both these things.

           a.        The hardship location grade of the member's location.

           b.        If the member is an accompanied member.

    2.     This table shows the amount of hardship allowance a member is entitled to:


           Item               Hardship                            Rate (AUD per year)
                           location grade    Unaccompanied member              Accompanied member
                1.               A                       Nil                             Nil
                2.               B                       Nil                             Nil
                3.               C                    7,781                          13,226
                4.               D                   10,371                          17,631
                5.               E                   15,371                          25,631
                6.               F                   19,214                          32,039
                7.               G                   29,470                              Nil

           Example: For item 7 in the table, a member would get AUD29,470 annually for duty in a
           location with a hardship grade G. No accompanied rate is prescribed as the member would
           not take their family with them to a location with such a high level of hardship. The tsunami-
           affected areas in Aceh province are an example of a location where a hardship grade G has
           been determined.

           Note: These rates are subject to income tax.




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16.2.5   Period of duty
           The period of duty for a member is the period beginning on the day the member starts duty
           at the hardship location, and ending on the day the member finishes duty at the location,
           whether or not those days are weekends, public holidays or weekdays.



16.2.5A Provisional hardship locations
    1.     The CDF may decide that a location not listed in Annex 16.A is a hardship location.

    2.     If a decision is made under subclause 1, the CDF must also make the following decisions
           for the location.

           a.    Approve an appropriate hardship location grade for the location.

                 See: Part 1 clause 16.1.7, Basis for hardship package

           b.    Fix a period of up to three months in which the provisional grade applies.

           c.    Decide whether to waive the qualifying period under clause 16.2.3.

                 See: Clause 16.2.3, Qualifying period

    3.     For decisions under this clause, the CDF must consider all of the following criteria.

           a.    Whether the ADF is required to provide humanitarian aid, disaster relief or
                 reconstruction assistance.

           b.    The level of assistance required of the ADF.

           c.    The level of hardship to be experienced.

           d.    The nature of duties expected.

           e.    The expected duration of duty at the location.

           f.    Any other factors relevant to the location.

    4.     Leave and travel leave provisions do not apply under this clause.



16.2.6   When member is not eligible for hardship allowance
           Hardship allowance is not payable to a member for a period when any of the following
           conditions applies.

           a.    They are not entitled to salary.

           b.    They are absent from the location, except as provided in clause 16.2.8.

           c.    They are entitled to an allowance for an overseas deployment and the member's
                 partner is not living in a hardship location where the member was on long-term
                 posting before their deployment.



16.2.7   Dual location
           If a member is eligible for a hardship allowance for more than one location at the same time,
           they will only receive the hardship allowance paid at the highest applicable rate.



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16.2.8   Absence from location
           This table shows the hardship allowance payable when a member is temporarily absent
           from their location on duty or recreation leave.


          Item            If a member...                             then they are...
            1. is on a long-term posting          entitled to hardship allowance for the first 28 days
                                                  of a temporary absence.
           2.   is on short-term duty             not entitled to hardship allowance.
           3.   has dependants remaining at the   entitled to hardship allowance while the member is
                location while they are absent    absent.




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      Annex 16.A: Hardship post conditions of service

      Part 1: Hardship post conditions of service for specific posting locations
Item         Column 1         Column                              Column 3                          Column     Column
             Location            2                                                                      4         5
                             Ordinary                     Assisted leave travel                       Extra    Hardship
                              posting             Leave Centres            Leave       Excess         leave      post
                              period                                      interval    baggage        (days)     grade
                                          Regional          Relief
                             (months)                                    (months)    entitlement     a year
                                        (no of trips)    (no of trips)
 1.          Cambodia          24       Australia 1      Singapore 3         4.8        Yes1          10           E
           Canada – Cold
 2.                            365           –           Vancouver 2         8            –            5           –
            Lake, Alberta
             Canada –
2A.         Moose Jaw,         365           –           Vancouver 2         8            –            5           –
           Saskatchewan
             Canada –
2B.                            365           –            Ottawa 2           8            –            –           –
             Oromocto
                                                                                      Regional
 3.             China          24       Australia 1      Singapore 2         6                        10           D
                                                                                     centre only2
                                                                                      Regional
 4.        Cook Islands        24       Australia 1      Auckland 3          4.8                      10           C
                                                                                     centre only2
 5.              ...
 6.              ...
                                                                                      Regional
 7.             Egypt          24        London 1          Rome 2            6                         9           E
                                                                                     centre only2
                                                                                      Regional
 8.              Fiji          36       Australia 1       Sydney 2           9                         8           D
                                                                                     centre only2
 9.             India          24       Australia 1      Singapore 1         8          Yes1          10           E
                                                                                      Regional
10.          Indonesia         24       Australia 1      Singapore 2         8                        10           F
                                                                                     centre only2
10.A              ...
         Indonesia –Island
10B.                            –            –                –              –            –           10           G
            of Sumatra
11.             Iraq           12        London 1          Rome 1            4          Yes1          10           F
                                                                                      Regional
12.             Israel         24        London 1          Rome 1            8                         8           C
                                                                                     centre only2
13.             Japan          36       Australia 1           –              18         Yes2           8           B
                                                                                      Regional
14.            Jordan          24        London 1          Rome 1            8                        10           D
                                                                                     centre only2
14A.           Kenya            -             -              -                -           -            8           D
                                                          Sydney 2
15             Kiribati        24       Australia 1                          4.8        Yes3          10           E
                                                           Nadi 1
                                                                                      Regional
16.             Korea          24       Australia 1      Singapore 1         8                        10           C
                                                                                     centre only2
                                                                                      Regional
16.A           Kuwait          24        London 1          Rome 1            8                        10           D
                                                                                     centre only2
                                                                                      Regional
17.            Lebanon         24        London 1          Rome 2            6                        10           D
                                                                                     centre only2




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Item      Column 1           Column                           Column 3                            Column     Column
          Location              2                                                                     4         5
                            Ordinary                   Assisted leave travel                        Extra    Hardship
                             posting          Leave Centres              Leave       Excess         leave      post
                             period                                     interval    baggage        (days)     grade
                                         Regional         Relief
                            (months)                                   (months)    entitlement     a year
                                       (no of trips)   (no of trips)
         Malaysia –                                                                 Regional
18.                           36       Australia 1     Australia 1        12                         7           C
        Kuala Lumpur                                                               centre only2
         Malaysia –                                                                 Regional
19.                           36       Australia 1     Australia 1        12                         8           D
       other locations                                                             centre only2
20.    Marshall Islands       24       Australia 1     Honolulu 3        4.8          Yes1           9           D
                                                       Sydney 1                     Regional
21.       Micronesia          24       Australia 1                        6                         10           E
                                                        Guam 1                     centre only2
                                                                                    Regional
22.         Pakistan          24       Australia 2     Singapore 2        6                         10           F
                                                                                   centre only2
23.          Palau            24       Australia 1     Singapore 3       4.8          Yes1          10           D
          Papua New                                    Brisbane 1
24.                           24       Australia 1                       4.8          Yes4          10           E
            Guinea                                       Cairns 2
                                                                                    Regional
25.       Philippines         24       Australia 1     Singapore 1        8                         10           D
                                                                                   centre only2
26.         Samoa             24       Australia 1     Auckland 1         8           Yes1          10           F
                                                                                    Regional
27.      Saudi Arabia         24        London 1        Rome 3           4.8                        10           E
                                                                                   centre only2
28.       Singapore           36           –            Perth 1          18            No            5           B
29.    Solomon Islands        24       Australia 1     Brisbane 3        4.8          Yes1          10           E
30.         Syria             24       London 1         Rome 2            6           Yes1          10           E
                                                                                    Regional
31.         Thailand          24       Australia 1     Singapore 1        8                          7           C
                                                                                   centre only2
                                                       Singapore 2                  Regional
31A.   Timor-Leste – Dili     24       Australia 2                       3.4                        10           F
                                                        Darwin 2                   centre only2
        Timor-Leste –                                  Singapore 2                  Regional
31B.                          24       Australia 2                       3.4                        10           F
        other locations                                 Darwin 2                   centre only2
                                                       Auckland 1                   Regional
32.          Tonga            24       Australia 1                        6                         10           D
                                                        Sydney 1                   centre only2
33.         Tuvalu            12       Australia 1      Sydney 1          4           Yes1          10           E
                                                                                    Regional
33A.        Turkey            24        London 1       Australia 1        8                          9           D
                                                                                   centre only2
         United Arab
34.                           24        London 1        Rome 2            6            No            8           C
          Emirates
                                                                                    Regional
35.         Vanuatu           24       Australia 1     Brisbane 1         8                          8           D
                                                                                   centre only2
36.         Vietnam           24       Australia 1     Singapore 2        6           Yes1          10           D




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                                                                             Overseas Conditions of Service




17.5.10 Single-parent member (This clause is policy guidance)
          TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.B, item 157.

   1.     A single-parent member with dependants who is deployed receives help with the following.

          a.    Travel of children to an appropriate location for extended family support.

          b.    Removal of furniture and/or effects to storage.

          c.    Storage or loss on sale of motor vehicle and towable items.

   2.     The location of the family support would usually be within Australia. A member may request
          removal to family support in an overseas location. If the removal is granted, help is limited to
          travel between the home and the airport. The airport must be the Australian international
          terminal that is nearest the member's posting location that has flights to the overseas
          location. Other removal entitlements apply.



17.5.11 Both parents are ADF members (This clause is policy guidance)
          TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.B, item 158.

   1.     If both parents are ADF members and are deployed at the same time, they receive help with
          the following.

          a.    Travel of children to an appropriate location for extended family support.

          b.    Removal of furniture and/or effects to storage.

          c.    Storage or loss on sale of motor vehicle and towable items.

   2.     The location of the family support would usually be within Australia. A member may request
          removal to family support in an overseas location. If the removal is granted, help is limited to
          travel between the home and the airport. The airport must be the Australian international
          terminal that is nearest the member's posting location that has flights to the overseas
          location. Other removal entitlements apply.



17.5.12 Member living in
          TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.B, item 159.

   1.     This clause applies to a member who meets all the following conditions.

          a.    The member is living in.

          b.    The member is deployed for service on a warlike deployment for six months or
                longer.

          c.    The member meets either of the following conditions.

                  i.   The member is a member without dependants.

                 ii.   The member is a member with dependants (unaccompanied).




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   2.    The member may access the benefits referred to in the following table.


         Item                          Condition                                Reference
           1. The member may choose between the following              Clause 7.3.15A, Living-in
              options.                                                 accommodation on
              a. To stay in living-in accommodation.                   deployment
              b. To leave living-in accommodation, and get a variety
              of removal and storage conditions.
          1a. A member is advised to confirm they have insurance       [left blank]
              cover while they are away.
              (This item is policy guidance)
              Conditions for member who chooses to stay
           2. The member may be directed to leave the living-in        Subclause 7.3.15A.5
              accommodation. The member then becomes eligible
              for the same conditions as a member who chose to
              leave.
           3. The member does not have to pay a contribution for       Clause 7.3.22
              living in.
           4. ...
           5. ...
              Conditions for member who chooses to leave
           6. The member may have a removal of furniture and           Clause 6.6.32A
              effects to storage.
           7. A member without dependants may have personal            Item 6, subclause 6.6.46.1
              effects, a car and a towable item stored at
              Commonwealth expense.
           8. A member with dependants (unaccompanied) may             Clause 6.6.45A
              have personal effects, a car and a towable item
              stored at Commonwealth expense.
           9. The member may have loss on sale of a car and a          Subclause 6.3.4.1
              towable item, unless they have chosen to put them in
              storage.
          10. A member who stores their car somewhere other than       Clause 9.6.16
              commercial storage may be paid vehicle allowance,
              or the cost of storage.
          11. The member may be paid disturbance allowance for         Clause 6.1.13
              the journey from storage to living-in accommodation
              at the end of their deployment.


17.5.13 Member living out
         TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.B, item 160.

   1.    This clause applies to a member who meets all the following conditions.

         a.    The member is living out.

         b.    The member is deployed for service on a warlike deployment for six months or
               longer.

         c.    The member meets either of the following conditions.

                i.    The member is a member without dependants.

                ii.   The member is a member with dependants (unaccompanied).

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                                                                         Overseas Conditions of Service



   2.    The member may access the benefits referred to in the following table.


         Item                         Condition                                  Reference
           1. The member may choose between the following              For rent allowance – clause
              options.                                                 7.6.28A
              a. To stay in living-out accommodation.
              b. To leave living-out accommodation, and get a          For Service residences –
              variety of removal and storage conditions.               clause 7.5.36A
          1a. A member is advised to confirm they have insurance       [left blank]
              cover while they are away.
              (This item is policy guidance)
              Conditions for member who chooses to stay
           2. The member does not have to pay a contribution.          Member without dependants –
                                                                       for Service residences –
                                                                       clause 7.5.43A, table item 4
                                                                       for Choice Accommodation –
                                                                       7.5A.16
                                                                       for rent allowance –
                                                                       paragraph 7.6.18.c

                                                                       Member with dependants
                                                                       (unaccompanied) –
                                                                       for Service residences –
                                                                       clause 7.5.43
                                                                       for Choice Accommodation –
                                                                       7.5A.16
                                                                       for rent allowance – subclause
                                                                       7.6.17.1, Exception 2
          3.   A member in rented accommodation may allow a            Clause 7.6.20A
               house-sitter to stay. If the member charges rent, the
               member will be treated as someone who has sublet
               the home.
          4.   ...
          5.   ...
               Conditions for member who chooses to leave
          6.   The member may have a removal of furniture and          Clause 6.6.32A
               effects to storage.
          7.   A member without dependants may have personal           Item 6, subclause 6.6.46.1
               effects, a car and a towable item stored at
               Commonwealth expense.
          8.   A member with dependants (unaccompanied) may            Clause 6.6.45A
               have personal effects, a car and a towable item
               stored at Commonwealth expense.
          9.   The member may have loss on sale of a car and a         Subclause 6.3.4.1
               towable item, unless they have chosen to put them in
               storage.
         10.   A member who stores their car somewhere other than      Clause 9.6.16
               commercial storage may be paid vehicle allowance,
               or the cost of storage.
         11.   The member may be paid disturbance allowance.           Clause 6.1.13.




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                                                                         Overseas Conditions of Service




17.5.14 Pre-deployment leave and travel entitlements (This clause is policy guidance)
          TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.B, item 161.

          Pre-deployment leave and travel may be available. This is dependent upon unit operational
          circumstances.

          See:
          Chapter 5 Part 7 Division 6, Pre-deployment leave
          Chapter 9 Part 4 Division 2, Pre-deployment leave travel



17.5.15 Equipment allowance (This clause is policy guidance)
          A member is not entitled to equipment allowance when on a deployment.




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                                                                                Overseas Conditions of Service




     5.      Removal to the new location and return count as two complete removals for disturbance
             allowance purposes.

             See: Chapter 6 Part 1 Division 2, Disturbance allowance


Persons who can make the decisions under clause 17.7.9:
A person not below WO2(E)/APS 4 who is:
- Housing Management Centre (HMC) Manager
- Relocations Manager of the Housing Management Centre
- Removals Team Leader in the Housing Management Centre
- National Relocations Manager
- Operations Removals Manager
- Manager at the National Service and Support Centre
Executive Officer – Relocations, Dependants and Housing
Assistant Director Entitlements
Director Entitlements


17.7.10 Single-parent member (This clause is policy guidance)
             TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.B, item 175.

     1.      A single-parent member with dependants who is deployed receives help with the following.

             a.     Travel of children to an appropriate location for extended family support.

             b.     Removal of furniture and/or effects to storage.

             c.     Storage or loss on sale of motor vehicle and towable items.

     2.      The location of the family support would usually be within Australia. A member may request
             removal to family support in an overseas location. If the removal is granted, help is limited to
             travel between the home and the airport. The airport must be the Australian international
             terminal that is nearest the member's posting location that has flights to the overseas
             location. Other removal entitlements apply.



17.7.11 Both parents are ADF members (This clause is policy guidance)
             TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.B, item 176.

     1.      If both parents are ADF members and are deployed at the same time, they receive help with
             the following.

             a.     Travel of children to an appropriate location for extended family support.

             b.     Removal of furniture and/or effects to storage.

             c.     Storage or loss on sale of motor vehicle and towable items.

     2.      The location of the family support would usually be within Australia. A member may request
             removal to family support in an overseas location. If the removal is granted, help is limited to
             travel between the home and the airport. The airport must be the Australian international
             terminal that is nearest the member's posting location that has flights to the overseas
             location. Other removal entitlements apply.




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                                                                          Overseas Conditions of Service




17.7.12 Member living in
         TAX ALERT: PACMATE Annex 3.B, item 177.

   1.    This clause applies to a member who meets all the following conditions.

         a.     The member is living in.

         b.     The member is deployed for service on a non-warlike deployment for six months or
                longer.

         c.     The member meets either of the following conditions.

                 i.    The member is a member without dependants.

                 ii.   The member is a member with dependants (unaccompanied).

   2.    The member may access the benefits referred to in the following table.


         Item                          Condition                                Reference
           1. The member may choose between the following              Clause 7.3.15A, Living-in
              options.                                                 accommodation on
              a. To stay in living-in accommodation.                   deployment
              b. To leave living-in accommodation, and get a variety
              of removal and storage conditions.
          1a. A member is advised to confirm they have insurance       [left blank]
              cover while they are away.
              (This item is policy guidance)
              Conditions for member who chooses to stay
           2. The member may be directed to leave the living-in        Subclause 7.3.15A.5
              accommodation. The member then becomes eligible
              for the same conditions as a member who chose to
              leave.
           3. The member does not have to pay a contribution