Cabinet is the Government’s central decision-making body comprising all Ministers, including the Premier of South Australia. It has a collective responsibility to make decisions that are in the best strategic interest of the state.
Cabinet is chaired by the Premier and meets weekly.
Ministers bring proposals to Cabinet in the form of Cabinet submissions, which include a recommendation on the action they would like Cabinet to take.
Cabinet submissions cover a range of matters, including proposals to develop new policy or legislation, initiatives and public works with significant costs, major appointments, and partnership agreements for Commonwealth funding.
The role of Cabinet Office
Cabinet Office plays an important role in supporting the Premier as Chair of Cabinet.
There are three areas of focus:
- Policy and Public Value - across-government policy projects and major reform priorities
- Security and Emergency Management - strategic security and emergency management policy matters
- Cabinet Advice - issues of interest to the Premier and Cabinet Ministers; complex policy matters; and coordination of services for the effective and efficient functioning of Cabinet and Executive Council.
- Templates for Cabinet submissions (statenet access only) or email Cabinet Office and Public Value.
- Public value case studies, training materials and other tools.