AMSA Gifts and Benefits register

Our register disclosing gifts and benefits

The Australian public expects public servants and officials to demonstrate integrity, accountability, independence, transparency and professionalism. 

AMSA executives and officials are encouraged to decline gifts, hospitality or other benefits—particularly those which could reasonably be perceived as compromising our integrity. 

The Australian Public Service Commission (APSC) requires all agency heads to publicly disclose all gifts and benefits accepted and valued at over A$100 (excluding GST) in a standard format.  

In the course of official duties, AMSA’s Chief Executive Officer (agency head) and other agency staff, received the following gifts and benefits valued over A$100:

Date received

Date recorded

Gift item/benefit / service

Received by staff member in (Division)

Presented by (givers, name, organisation, country)


Estimated value in $A

Dec 2021 Mar 2022 Christmas hamper including a bottle of Moet Chandon Champagne and chocolate Operations Livestock Express, Melbourne Christmas $150
19 Jan 2022 20 Jan 2022 Hamper including food items and a bottle of wine Operations Sender Unknown, Hobart Unknown $105
1 July 2021 to 30 September 2021: nil
1 April 2021 to 30 June 2021: nil

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See the guidelines for disclosing gifts and benefits provided by the Australian Public Service Commission.

Last updated: 

Monday 31 July 2023