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Department of Corporate and Information Services

NTG Finance Services

The Department of Corporate and Information Services provides financial and reporting services to the majority of NT Government agencies.

The major services include:

  • Accounts payable – ensures supplier invoices are paid in a timely manner and maintains the government vendor (supplier) information.
  • Accounts receivable – ensures NT Government invoices are raised in a timely manner, manages agency debtors and processes receiver statements on behalf of client agencies.
  • Banking services and cards – manages the provision of banking related products/services on behalf of NT Government and manages corporate credit cards.
  • Asset accounting – ensures major assets, financial and operational leases are recorded, undertakes periodic stock takes, coordinates major and minor asset disposal processes and records monthly depreciation costs.
  • Taxation services – provides payroll tax, fringe benefits tax (FBT), withholding tax, goods and services tax / business activity statements (GST / BAS) returns to the Australian Taxation Office, and monitors agency compliance with tax legislation.
  • Financial systems – manages and maintains the Government Accounting System (GAS) and a host of subsidiary financial systems including provision of system security, user training and support.
  • Ledgers section – creates and maintains agency general ledgers, reconciles various GL control accounts and bank accounts, and provides Receiver of Territory Monies (RTM) services.

View a list of NT Government organisations, ABN numbers and where to direct invoices to


For enquiries on payment of accounts contact Accounts Payable.

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