Administrative Management involves the day-to-day management and maintenance of the internal infrastructure.
Business Management involves activities associated with the management of how the government conducts its business and changes to that business in order to achieve planned outcomes and outputs.
Financial Management involves the agency use of financial information to measure, operate and predict the effectiveness and efficiency of an entity's activities in relation to its objectives. The ability to obtain and use such information is usually characterised by having in place policies, practices, standards and a system of controls that reliably capture and report activity in a consistent manner.
Human Resource Management involves all activities associated with the recruitment and management of personnel.
Information and Communications Technology Management involves the coordination of information and technology resources and solutions required to support or provide a service.
Information and Knowledge Management involves the ownership or custody of information and intellectual assets held by the government, and the governance of information collection, arrangement, storage, maintenance, retrieval, dissemination and destruction – it includes maintaining the policies, guidelines and standards regarding information management and governance.