Commercial Affairs Officers in the House and Senate are charged with protecting the interests of commercial entities and protecting the environment.
The Department of Agriculture (USDA) has more than 1,000 commercial affairs officers and a variety of other government agencies, including the Department of Commerce, the Department in Charge of the Environment, the Federal Trade Commission and the Environmental Protection Agency.
The Australian Government has more commercial affairs personnel than any other government in the world.
In Australia, commercial affairs are managed through a process called the Commercial Affairs Board.
The commercial affairs department was created by the Commonwealth Parliament in 1993 and is now responsible for managing the commercial interests of all Commonwealth departments and agencies.
In this special report, we’ll look at the roles and responsibilities of the commercial services director and the commercial arms dealer, and the role and responsibilities that the commercial relations director plays in the legislative process.
What are the responsibilities of commercial services directors?
The commercial services board has responsibilities that span from the role of the board to the role the commercial arm dealer plays in managing the interests and operations of the Commonwealth and the Commonwealth’s commercial arms industry.
They also have a range of other responsibilities and powers including: ensuring the quality of the advice that the board receives from all relevant experts in relation to a matter of public interest