The Director-General may delegate to a member of the Government Service the exercise of any of the Director-General’s functions under this Part (other than this power of delegation) or section 48U of the Act.
The Crown is designated as the respondent in any appeal by a child under section 48O of the Act.
(1) Each of the following persons may, by an order in writing, approve a person or body (or a class of persons or bodies) for the purposes of section 48T (3) (f) or (g) of the Act or the definition of relevant agency in section 48U (5) of the Act:(a) the Director-General,(b) a Chairperson of a Coordination Group.(2) The Director-General and each Chairperson of a Coordination Group are prescribed for the purposes of the definition of relevant administrator in section 48U (5) of the Act.(3) The Director-General may, by order in writing, approve a person (or a class of persons) involved in the administration of the SCSF Program for the purposes of the definition of relevant administrator in section 48U (5) of the Act.(4) The Director-General or Chairperson may from time to time amend, revoke or replace any approval given under this clause by the Director-General or Chairperson by further order in writing.
(1) A participating State agency is to co-operate with the Director-General in the exercise of the Director-General’s functions under this Part concerning the evaluation and monitoring of the operation and effect of the scheme, including complying with any reasonable request of the Director-General for information for use in such monitoring and evaluation.(2) In this clause:
participating State agency means any of the following:(a) the Department of Attorney General and Justice,(b) the Department of Education and Communities,(c) the Department of Family and Community Services,(d) the Department of Health,(e) the NSW Police Force,(f) Justice Health,(g) the TAFE Commission,(h) a local health district referred to in clause 21 (1) (e).
For the purposes of section 48Y of the Act, 1 September 2014 is prescribed as the day on which Part 4A (other than that section) of the Act ceases to have effect.