The Clean Energy Regulator works with other national regulatory bodies and law enforcement agencies, including the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, the Australian Taxation Office, the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre, the Australian Federal Police and the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions.
The Clean Energy Regulator has developed memoranda of understanding with relevant state and territory government and Australian Government agencies, in relation to information exchange, to assist the agencies to meet their regulatory responsibilities in line with the requirements of the climate change and clean energy legislation.
Under another memorandum of understanding, the Clean Energy Regulator has a shared services arrangement with the portfolio department, the Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency. The department provides the Clean Energy Regulator with a range of services, including web design and communications, procurement and travel, contact centre, financial management, legal, accommodation and facilities, information management and technology, intelligence and investigation, and human resources management services, including the graduate development program.
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