If you’re in a Commonwealth agency, your annual report may look a little different this year.
For the first time, you’ll need to include an ‘annual performance statement’ that reports on the results actually achieved against the measures set out in your corporate plan.
It’s about lining up your portfolio budget statement and associated key performance indicators with the purpose and activities detailed in your corporate plan.
This is a core element of the Public Governance Performance and Accountability Act 2013.
You can find out more in the Department of Finance’s guide: Annual performance statements for Commonwealth entities.
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