The Clean Energy Regulator requires flexible and dependable information and communications technology (ICT) to effectively administer its schemes and respond quickly to the challenges of a changing regulatory environment.
The Clean Energy Regulator's ICT Strategy aligns the future direction of ICT with the agency's regulatory responsibilities, strategic objectives and Australian Government's Digital Service Standards.
To gain efficiencies from its ICT investments, agency performance and ICT asset development and maintenance, the Clean Energy Regulator combines industry, whole-of-government and international services and solutions where appropriate.
The Clean Energy Regulator partners with industry to minimise the cost of maintaining and developing infrastructure into the future, while maintaining control over its business platform.
Importantly, the agency will continue to comply with its obligations as a Commonwealth entity.
ICT-related improvements in 2014–15 included:
The Clean Energy Regulator will build on these achievements by expanding the use of online services and system-supported internal processes to reduce the regulatory burden on the agency's clients and stakeholders.
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