Corporate Commonwealth entity (CCE)

A CCE is a body corporate that has a separate legal personality from the Commonwealth, and can act in its own right exercising certain legal rights such as entering into contracts and owning property. Most CCEs are financially separate from the Commonwealth.


CCEs are established through legislation or legislative instrument, and are subject to the PGPA Act, which further clarifies the financial and corporate governance arrangements of these bodies. Some provisions of the PGPA Act applies to CCEs differently to non-corporate Commonwealth entities because of their different legal status, for example the provisions relating to appropriations banking, investments, and use of indemnities.


The Flipchart of PGPA bodies lists all CCEs by portfolio.

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