Department of Premier and Cabinet (Victoria)

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Department of Premier and Cabinet
Department of Premier and Cabinet (Victoria).png
Department overview
JurisdictionVictorian Government
Headquarters1 Treasury Place, Melbourne
Ministers responsible
Department executive
  • Chris Eccles, Secretary

The Victorian Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC) is one of eight government departments in Victoria, Australia. [1] The Department is located at 1 Treasury Place, Melbourne, Victoria, with branch offices in Ballarat and Bendigo.[2] Divisions of the Department include Economic Policy and State Productivity, Governance Policy and Coordination, Social Policy and Service Delivery Reform, Public Sector ICT and Digital Government, Office of Aboriginal Affairs, Veterans' Affairs and Office of Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship.[3]

The Department is responsible to the Premier of Victoria, the Deputy Premier, Minister for Veterans, Minister for Equality, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, Special Minister of State and the Minister for Multicultural Affairs.[4]


The DPC supports eight ministers in the following portfolios:

Name Party Portfolio
Daniel Andrews Labor Premier
James Merlino Labor Deputy Premier
Martin Foley Labor Minister for Equality
Gavin Jennings Labor Special Minister of State
Minister for Aboriginal Affairs
Tim Pallas Labor Minister for Industrial Relations
Robin Scott Labor Minister for Veterans
Gabrielle Williams Labor Minister for Women
Minister for Youth
Richard Wynne Labor Minister for Multicultural Affairs


The DPC has responsibility over the following policy areas:


Agencies under the DPC's portfolios include:

  • Electoral Boundaries Commission
  • Family Violence Reform Implementation Monitor
  • Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission
  • Infrastructure Victoria
  • Local Government Inspectorate
  • Office of the Chief Parliamentary Counsel
  • Office of the Governor
  • Public Interest Monitor
  • Office of the Victorian Government Architect
  • Office of the Victorian Information Commissioner
  • Public Record Office Victoria
  • Shrine of Remembrance
  • Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Council
  • Victorian Electoral Commission
  • Victorian Inspectorate
  • Victorian Interpreting and Translating Service
  • Victorian Multicultural Commission
  • Victorian Ombudsman
  • Victorian Public Sector Commission
  • Victorian Treaty Advancement Commission
  • Victorian Veterans' Council

See also[edit]


  1. ^ " - Departments and Other Bodies". State Government Victoria. July 2013. Retrieved 2013-09-03.
  2. ^ "Department of Premier and Cabinet. Connect with Us". State Government Victoria. 20 September 2011. Retrieved 2013-09-03.
  3. ^ "Department of Premier and Cabinet Oganisational chart" (PDF). State Government Victoria. 28 August 2013. Retrieved 2013-09-03.
  4. ^ "Department of Premier and Cabinet. Our Ministers". State Government Victoria. 21 May 2018. Retrieved 2018-06-13.