This report describes our performance from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2018.
As required, we report on results achieved against our intended purpose, outcome, deliverables and performance criteria in our
Corporate Plan 2017–2021 and
Portfolio Budget Statement 2017–18 (PBS). We also describe our management and accountability structures, our workforce and financial performance, including audited financial statements.
As an aid to readers, our report includes a list of reporting requirements with page references, a
glossary, abbreviations and an alphabetical index.
We are committed to being transparent and accountable for the regulatory functions we undertake on behalf of government.
Corporate Plan 2017–2021 describes how we continue to develop our capabilities and measure our performance against our purpose and associated objectives. It outlines measures to assess our performance against our objectives, which collectively demonstrate how effectively we have met our purpose.
Our corporate plan aligns with our required outcome to government according to our PBS. Our PBS outlines the proposed allocation of resources to our outcome, and annual appropriations and net cost of services. The PBS also details performance criteria for our program associated with our outcome and summarises how we deliver our program.
Together, our corporate plan and PBS set our performance framework. More details are on
Outcome and program structure.
Our annual reports are available on our
annual reports page.
We release other information on our activities through updates, publications, media releases, speeches and reports. This information is also available on our website, along with more details about our agency and the schemes we administer.
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