NSW Office of Water manages the Country Towns Water Supply and Sewerage Program. Total funding commitment for the program exceeds $1.2 billion, with $935 million spent as of mid 2011, enabling completion of over 460 water supply and sewerage projects. Funding for 2011-12 is $84 million. The program is scheduled to run until 2016-17.

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Best practice management

The NSW best practice management framework is the key driver for reform of planning and management and for continuing performance improvement. Find out more:
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Technical support

The NSW Office of Water provides expert advice, technical support and specialist training. Find out more:
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Financial assistance

Financial assistance is available to local water utilities towards the capital cost of backlog water supply and sewerage infrastructure. Find out more:
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