Cabinet should determine all significant matters that affect the government as a whole. Understand which matters are for Cabinet, key roles within Cabinet and confidentiality.
Understand the steps involved in developing a Cabinet submission.
Cabinet approval of legislation is required 'in principle' before a bill can be drafted.
Cabinet consideration is only required for appointments identified as significant or high-level. Ministers are able to directly appoint to boards and committees where Cabinet approval is not required.
The formal body that advises the Governor on the exercise of his or her statutory duties and powers.
Final submissions are typically amended in response to comments from other portfolios of agencies received during the draft submission stage.