The Centrelink Master Program is one of the departmental master programs of the Australian Government Department of Human Services (Australia).
The majority of Centrelink's services are the disbursement of social security payments.
Centrelink was created as the trading name of the Commonwealth Services Delivery Agency (CSDA). The CSDA was created in early 1997 under the Commonwealth Services Delivery Agency Act 1997, but the Centrelink brand name only came into effect in late 1997. The CSDA was integrated into the Department of Human Services on 1 July 2011, as a result of the Human Services Act 2011, with the department retaining the brand name as part of its set of master programs.
In 2005 Ann Steward led the implementation of 'Refresh', a project described as a "major new service capability initiative". She was in overall charge of Centrelink's enterprise architecture and strategic planning and technology strategies.