Corporate Governance

At CSC, we’re here to do right by you. We hold ourselves to stringent standards to make sure you can count on us to deliver results, be clear and stay fair in all our interactions.


Our governance approach is outlined in the following policies:

Modern Slavery statement

2020-2021 Modern Slavery Statement

The CSC Modern Slavery Statement for 2020 - 2021

2019-2020 Modern Slavery Statement

The CSC Modern Slavery Statement for 2019 - 2020

Retirement Income Strategy

CSC's Retirement Income Strategy (RIS)

If you're about to retire or you've retired and you're accessing your super, our new Retirement Income Strategy, or RIS, has been designed for you. Here's a summary for our customers.

Tax Code of Conduct for Investment Managers

Code of Conduct

CSC - Code of Conduct

The CSC Code of Conduct sets out the standards of behaviour expected of a CSC employee.

CSC Supplier Code of Conduct

The Supplier Code of Conduct (Code) sets out the minimum standards of behaviour that the Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation (CSC) expects within its supplier operations and supply chains.

Corporate Plans

Below are CSC's 2022-23 Corporate Plan and 2021-22 Corporate Plan as required under paragraph 35(1)(b) of the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013:

CSC Corporate Plan 2022-2023

This document sets out the 2022-23 CSC Corporate Plan, which covers the three-year period between financial years 2022-23 to 2025-26.

Senate order 12

The Senate agreed on 14 November 1994 to a motion by Senator Harradine requiring that each Minister table indexed file lists of file titles created by Central Offices of each department or agency he or she administers.

Senate Order 13 on Entity Contracts (Murray Motion)

The Murray Motion requires relevant entities to provide details of contracts valued at or above $100,000 (GST inclusive) entered into in the previous reporting period.

Record of CSC Board Director Attendance

Board Skills Matrix

Board Skills Matrix

The Board Skills Matrix sets out the skills and experience that would contribute to the effective operation of the CSC Board.

Executive Officer remuneration disclosure

Enterprise Agreement

An Enterprise Agreement sets out the conditions of employment between an employee or group of employees and their employer.

The ComSuper Enterprise Agreement 2015-2018 (the Agreement) came into effect on Friday, 26 June 2015. The nominal expiry date will be three years from the date of commencement (Monday, 25 June 2018).

Under the Governance of Australian Government Superannuation Schemes Legislation Amendment Bill 2015, the Agreement will continue to cover ComSuper employees following the merger with Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation on 1 July 2015.

Accessing Information and FOI disclosure log

Annual Report to Parliament

Archived annual reports

all proxy voting reports

Statement regarding LGBTQI+ customers

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