The agency uses key performance indicators to measure its achievements against its purpose and objectives. The framework incorporates a set of underlying principles that reflect the agency’s core functions as a regulator, while considering the agency’s current and future performance reporting obligations. The framework provides the flexibility to respond to changes in administered schemes and allows us to measure our performance through a number of metrics.
The following list shows the key performance indicators identified for each of the agency’s functions. The agency will continue to review its performance measures to ensure that the measures reflect the schemes we administer, our changing environment and our functions.
Activities related to provision of education, engagement, guidance and communications with entities and individuals.
Activities related to collection of information required for registration, accreditation and approvals and subsequent decision-making (including dispute resolution).
Activities related to monitoring compliance with project requirements and encouraging compliance with legislative requirements.
Activities related to issuance of property rights to market participants, building confidence in the market and reducing the risk of fraud through the design and implementation of effective processes and controls.
Activities related to investigation, enforcement and subsequent decision-making (including dispute resolution processes).
Activities related to provision of ICT services including ICT strategy, governance and security, maintenance of ICT infrastructure, applications, and general ICT technical support.
Activities related to corporate budget management, finance and procurement, governance of strategic investment, project management, parliamentary services, agency business planning and compliance with reporting obligations.
Activities related to facilities and security management as well as human resources management matters.
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