Clean Energy Regulator Corporate Plan 2016–20 outlines our purpose, objectives, strategic priorities and performance indicators. It discusses our operating context and capabilities and details our regulatory posture, which embeds our risk appetite into our approach to compliance, education and enforcement.
We have implemented a key performance indicator (KPI) framework that provides the basis for measuring our agency’s performance against our objectives and purpose. The KPI framework contains a set of underlying principles that reflect the agency’s core functions as a regulator, within which the KPIs were developed to report on our performance. This approach provides flexibility to respond to changes in our administered schemes and allows us to measure our performance through a range of qualitative and quantitative measures.
The annual performance statement reports on our key performance indicators in both our
Portfolio Budget Statements 2016–17 and
Clean Energy Regulator Corporate Plan 2016–20 as required under Section 39 of the
Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013.
For more details of results achieved against our purpose, objectives and performance indicators, see
Section 3: Annual Performance statement and
Section 4: Scheme performance.
For more details about our planning and reporting, see
Section 5: Management and accountability.
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