The Australian Government released the Regulator Performance Framework (RPF) in October 2014 as part of its commitment to reduce client costs associated with unnecessary or inefficient regulation. From mid 2021, the RPF was replaced by the
Regulator Performance Guide (RPG).
The objective of the RPF was to improve the way regulators operate, reduce the costs incurred by business, individuals and the community from the administration of regulation, and increase the public accountability and transparency of regulators.
The RPF comprised six outcomes-based key performance indicators (KPIs) to express the Government’s overarching expectations of regulator performance:
These KPIs were supported by measures of good regulatory performance to assist regulators in self-assessing their achievement of the KPIs. Clean Energy Regulator’s RPF self-assessment reports:
The RPF self-assessment report transitioned from a stand-alone publication to being published as part of the agency’s Annual Report commencing 2019–20.
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