The birth of a child means a significant lifestyle change in any family. For Department of Human Services Team Leader, Chris and his wife Julia, this change was even bigger.
The Department of Human Services’ Cyclone Debbie Response Team has recently been announced as winners of an Exceptional Team Performance award, as part of an annual staff awards ceremony.
Every night, around 105,000 people are homeless or sleeping rough across the country, with almost half of those aged under 25 years, and nearly 18,000 children under the age of 12 years.
Students, Australian Apprentices and job seekers getting Youth Allowance or ABSTUDY Living Allowance as a dependant may need to ask their parents or guardians to provide their income details as part of the annual reassessment.
The Department of Human Services has taken out the inaugural Government Cyber War Games in an event that will deliver lasting benefits for information security across government. Continue reading Inaugural government Cyber War Games a big win for security
Players from 10 different agencies are preparing to battle it out at the first Australian Government Cyber War Games, hosted by the Department of Human Services. Continue reading Agencies prepare for battle ahead of Cyber War Games
Childers and Gin Gin residents will enjoy expanded service hours thanks to new Department of Human Services Agents commencing Monday 18 September 2017. Continue reading New Agents for Childers and Gin Gin
Sarah Twigger, from the Bunbury Smart Centre, literally owes her life to a complete stranger. While she’ll never meet the generous person, every breath she takes is filled with gratitude.
As semester two gets underway around the country, university students are reminded to notify the Department of Human Services of any changes to their study load or circumstances to avoid a possible Centrelink debt.
Families are being urged to finalise their family assistance obligations for the 2015/16 financial year before 30 June 2017, or risk missing out on payments.