Organisation as Author

You may need to consult more than one section to accurately represent the source used (eg. number of authors and source descriptions)

Elements, punctuation & capitalisation

4. Name of Group/ Organisation, Title of Report (Place of Publication: Publisher's Name, Date of Publication), page number/s, URL or DOI (if consulted online).

Footnote examples

First entry:

6. Ministerial Advisory Committee, Plan Melbourne Review 2015: Report by the Ministerial Advisory Committee (Melbourne: State Government of Victoria, 2015), 56,

Second and subsequent entries:

7. Ministerial Advisory Committee, Plan Melbourne Review, 54.

Format for bibliography

Elements, punctuation & capitalisation

Name of Group/Organization. Title of Work. Place of Publication: Publisher's Name, Date of Publication. URL/ DOI (if consulted online).

Bibliography entry example

Ministerial Advisory Committee. Plan Melbourne Review 2015: Report by the Ministerial Advisory Committee. Melbourne: State Government of Victoria, 2015.

Style notes for this reference type

  • See Manual 14.220. See also Turabian 17.7.3.
  • For guidance on listing an organisation as an author, see Manual 14.84.
  • Cite reports and pamphlets as you would a book. If any elements of the citation are missing, include enough information to identify the document.
  • For sources consulted online, a URL or DOI should be included.
  • For online sources, include a publication date (or date of modification/revision). If no such date can be found, include an access date.

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