(cf former s 211B)(1) Any Government employer covered for the time being by the Government’s managed fund scheme is taken to be a self-insurer for the purposes of this Act.(2) The Government’s managed fund scheme is any arrangement under which the self-insurer liabilities (within the meaning of section 199) of particular Government employers covered by the arrangement are paid by the Government of the State or by the Insurance Ministerial Corporation on its behalf.(3) The Insurance Ministerial Corporation may enter into an arrangement with the Authority under which the Corporation acts on behalf of Government employers for the purpose of paying contributions under this Act and for other purposes of this Act.(4) The other provisions of this Part do not apply to self-insurers referred to in this section. However, the Authority may, with the approval of the Treasurer, impose conditions on the authority conferred by this section on such self-insurers (being conditions of a kind that the Authority could impose on the licence of a self-insurer under this Part).(5) This section does not apply to any Government employers who are separately licensed under this Part as self-insurers.