All Australian Government entities are required to report on their performance under the Commonwealth performance framework. The core elements of the Commonwealth performance framework are the portfolio budget statements, corporate plan and the annual performance statement.
The Clean Energy Regulator's outcome statement and planned performance are summarised below and set out in full in the
Department of the Environment Portfolio Budget Statements 2015-16.3
In addition to the strategic information published in our
Portfolio Budget Statement
2015-16, we have published information about our purpose and performance measures in our
Clean Energy Regulator Corporate Plan 2015-19. This is our first corporate plan under the
Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013.
Our corporate plan outlines our purpose, role, functions and regulatory posture. It considers our operating environment and details the key strategies and plans we will implement to achieve our purpose over the life of the plan. It also considers our approach to risk oversight and management and details how we will measure our performance.
In 2015-16, we developed and implemented a Key Performance Indicator Framework (KPI Framework) to provide the basis on which to measure our performance in achieving our objectives and purpose. The KPI Framework incorporates a set of underlying principles that reflect our agency's core functions as a regulator, while considering our current and future performance reporting obligations.
In reporting our performance for 2015-16, we have prepared our first agency annual performance statement as required under Section 39 of the
Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013. The annual performance statement report on our key performance indicators in both our
Portfolio Budget Statement 2015-16 and
Clean Energy Regulator Corporate Plan 2015-19.
For details of results achieved against our intended purpose, outcome, deliverables and all key performance indicators, see
3: Annual Performance Statement from page 26 and
4: Scheme Performance from page 38.
For more about our planning and reporting, see
5: Management and accountability from page 80.
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