Five strategic priorities connect our four objectives to our work program, providing the foundation for our business planning framework during the life of this Corporate Plan.
Each strategic priority is directly linked to one or more of our objectives and identifies key deliverables of our work program and the timeframes for their delivery.
As well as assisting us to collectively achieve our purpose, the strategic priorities assist staff to appreciate how they individually contribute to achieving the agency’s objectives and purpose to accelerate carbon abatement for Australia.
Implement the Climate Solutions Fund
Strengthen the commercial focus of our regulatory activities and environmental scanning.
Enhance our data governance arrangements to better target investment to remediate and release scheme data and insights.Will be acheived 2019 through to 2023
Source data from trusted third parties to strengthen scheme integrity, reduce participant burden, and improve data quality.Will be acheived 2019 through to 2021
Evolve our business technologies.Will be acheived 2019 through to 2022
Implement continuous improvement in line with technological advancements.Will be acheived 2019 through to 2023
Assist participants to improve data quality and compliance.Will be acheived 2019 through to 2021
Enhance our website to assist participants to intuitively engage directly with our schemes.Will be acheived 2019 through to 2022
Further develop our services emphasising user-centred designWill be acheived 2019 through to 2023
Target our investment in people, processes and technology that shape our adaptiveness and agility for the future.Will be acheived 2019 through to 2021
Intergrate our data analytics and intelligence capabilities to better deter, detect, and respond to non-compliance.Will be acheived 2019 through to 2023
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