ASIO Report to Parliament 2011-12
On 10 October 2012, the Attorney-General tabled the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) Report to Parliament 2011-12.
This is a publicly available unclassified version of the highly classified report that ASIO presents to the Attorney-General annually. ASIO is the only member of the Australian Intelligence Community to release such a report. The report provides insight into ASIO’s activities throughout the reporting period.
Throughout 2011-12, Australia’s security environment continued to evolve, with the principal threats remaining largely unchanged from recent years. Terrorism, in its various guises, continued to present the most immediate threat to the security of Australians and Australian interests.
The Attorney-General acknowledged the report in a media release "The report highlights the importance of ASIO’s role in protecting Australia’s national security interests from a range of threats, including espionage and terrorism".
A correction to Part 7: Appendices and indices was tabled in Parliament 28 November 2012 to correct errors that occurred in:
Appendix A – Agency Resource Statement 2011-12 and
Appendix B – Expenses and Resources Table 2011-12
ASIO Report to Parliament 2011-12 (PDF File 1,678Kb)
Introduction (PDF File 300Kb)
Part 1: The security environment 2011-12 and outlook (PDF File 317Kb)
Part 2: Program performance (PDF File 753Kb)
Part 3: Outcomes and highlights (PDF File 291Kb)
Part 4: ASIO and accountability (PDF File 358Kb)
Part 5: Corporate management (PDF File 448Kb)
Part 6: Financial statements (PDF File 704Kb)
Part 7: Appendices and indices (PDF File 381Kb)
Correction to Part 7: Appendices and indices (42Kb)