The Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources was established by the Victorian Government on 1 January 2015.
The government created the department to bring together many of the key functions that drive economic development and job creation across Victoria. These include transport and ports, investment attraction and facilitation, trade, innovation, regional development and small business, together with key services to sectors such as agriculture, the creative industries, resources and tourism.
The department supports eight ministers, spans twelve portfolios and operates in more than 80 locations in Victoria and 22 offices around the world.
The department's strategic plan highlights our overall vision to create a productive, competitive and sustainable Victorian economy that contributes to a prosperous and inclusive society.
Provides an overview of the department's structure, vision, publications and other resources.
Legislation and regulation
The department is committed to greater transparency in government and to making the state of Victoria a stronger, fairer and better place to live and work.
Freedom of Information (FOI)
The department complies with the FOI Act and has a dedicated FOI Unit which can answer any questions you may have relating to FOI and the department.
Fees, charges and fines
Details department fees and penalties, and how to pay them.
Provides a collection of the department's publications including annual reports, media releases, reports, studies and other documents.
Provides information about the application process, tips for applying as well as useful information about working with the department.