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A social welfare department that is also called a welfare department.

It is the division that runs welfare, including education, and has been responsible for the distribution of welfare payments, including unemployment benefits, and for making welfare decisions.

It has a staff of about 10 people.

It provides a wide range of services, including housing and social housing, and it runs some schools.

Its main responsibilities include ensuring that children have access to basic education, health services, housing and housing assistance, and financial support for those who need it.

It also runs other welfare departments, such as the Department of Social Protection and Development.

In 2016, the social welfare system received an annual budget of $1.6 billion.

It received about $1 billion in state and federal funding in 2015-16.

Its annual operating budget is around $1,400 million.

Welfare department staff The social welfare and child welfare department in Canberra has about 4,500 staff, including about 1,300 children.

The department also has about 400 children’s social workers, with a further 200 employed full time.

The social care and community services department in Perth has about 1.7 staff, about 1 per cent of its staff.

The other departments in Canberra are the Department for the Arts, the Department responsible for schools, and the Department administering disability support payments.

A spokesperson for the Department said the department’s job is to ensure that people with disabilities have access and are able to participate in all aspects of the system.

They are also the primary provider of disability services.

The Department of Human Services and Human Services (DHHS) has about 2,000 staff.

DHHS receives almost $2 billion a year from state and Federal government, and also receives some state and local funding from the Commonwealth.

It operates a range of disability-related services, such under the Disability Services Commissioner Act.

The DHHS is responsible for disability support for the general population, which is paid for by the Commonwealth through disability support grants.

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) covers people who are unable to work because of a disability.

In addition, people with a disability receive support through the National Disability Savings Scheme, which supports people who need disability support.

The NT Disability Services has about 3,000 people, with about 900 working full-time.

There are about 3200 people employed full- and part-time in NT.

The Northern Territory Government has about 700 staff, with around 400 working full time and 300 receiving disability support funding.

The welfare department’s workforce The NT Department of Health has about 5,000 full-and part-timers.

The main welfare department is the Department to Support Persons with a Disability (DSPAD), which runs disability support programs and pays for disability services and supports.

It oversees disability support and provides services to people with intellectual disabilities.

It administers the Disability Support Payments (DSPP) program and provides a range and services to families with children with disabilities.

The disability support program is paid through the Department’s own budget, which has not been appropriated by Parliament.

The Disability Support Payment is administered by the NT Disability Council, which administers disability support in the NT.

Disability support payments are a payment to people to pay for the costs of disability support services.

In 2015-2016, NT spent $2.2 million on disability support, or about $3 per person.

NT has the highest disability support expenditure per person in the country.