Council for the Australian Federation
Established in October 2006, the Council for the Australian Federation ("CAF") is an intergovernmental forum for State and Territory leaders. The Commonwealth is not a member of CAF.
CAF is intended to complement the work of COAG and facilitate COAG-based agreements with the Commonwealth by working towards common positions among the States and Territories.
The role of the Intergovernmental Relations Unit in the CAF process, as with COAG, is to support the work of the Premier and Cabinet by ensuring that Western Australia establishes a clear, whole-of-government position on all key CAF issues.
For further information please see the CAF website at www.caf.gov.au