The Social Affairs Cabinet Committee (SACC), chaired by the Minister for Health and Wellbeing, drives the development and implementation of the government’s commitment to strategic reforms in social policy from a whole of government perspective, including delivery models, resource allocation and stakeholder engagement.

SACC considers items relating to:

  • strategic priorities in the areas of health and disability reform
  • child protection, including evidence-based family support strategies
  • building workforce skills and capability, including improving teaching standards and education outcomes, and
  • whole of government issues that have the potential to affect the cost of living.

SACC also monitors the status of key social affairs commitments and reforms.

Social Affairs Committee Terms of Reference (PDF, 92.1 KB)