The Department of the Premier and Cabinet produces and publishes a range of reports, plans, guidelines and policies for government, industry and the community.

Annual Reports

Ministerial Guidelines and Code of Conduct

National Competition Policy

Premier and Cabinet Circulars

Accountable Government

Extreme Weather Event Review

SA Government Response to the ICAC’s Report into Oakden

Review of the South Australian Government’s International and Interstate Engagement Bodies and Functions

Better Together: Principles of Community Engagement

Better Together is the state government’s guide to engaging communities and stakeholders in decisions which matter to them. This guide provides a foundation for government agencies to build a continually-improving culture of engagement practice. It details six principles which will create a solid understanding of what should be done to ensure a good engagement strategy is developed and implemented.

Government of South Australia Marketing Communications Guidelines

These guidelines represent the basic principles to be followed by all government officers when planning, developing and managing advertising communication on behalf of government agencies, administrative units, business units and subsidiary departments of the Crown that take Ministerial direction.

For a copy of the Guidelines visit the Government Communications page of this website.

Government of South Australia Branding Guidelines

These guidelines have been introduced to the Government of South Australia to ensure that a consistent and professional image is maintained with the general public. This enables all levels of the community to recognise Government of South Australia activities, information and services.

For a copy of the Guidelines visit the Government Communications page of this website.

Recruitment Advertising Policy and Guidelines

These guidelines outline the policy and principles to be followed by all Government of South Australia entities when undertaking recruitment vacancy advertising.

For a copy of the Guidelines visit the Government Communications page of this website.

Intellectual Property Policy

This policy provides a framework for the use, generation, acquisition and management of intellectual property in government, to ensure that government-owned intellectual property is used to generate public value, knowledge transfer and innovation to the fullest extent possible.

Premier's Directions under Section 10 of the Public Sector Act 2009

In 2011, the Government of South Australia and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission signed a Memorandum of Understanding Concerning Cooperation on Trade Practices Matters. The Premier of the time then directed all Public Sector agencies to comply with the Memorandum of Understanding. The Department of the Premier and Cabinet office responsible for this document is now called Sustainability and Prosperity, Cabinet Office.