The Australian Government released the Regulator Performance Framework in October 2014 as part of its commitment to reduce client costs associated with unnecessary or inefficient regulation.
This framework establishes a set of key performance indicators (KPIs) articulating the Australian Government’s overarching expectations of regulator performance.
Regulatory agencies must undertake and report on an annual self-assessment against measures established under the KPIs. The findings and evidence in the annual reports are validated by external stakeholders.
The Clean Energy Regulator undertook a fourth self-assessment which shows the activities undertaken and outputs delivered during 2018–19. This report demonstrates the achievements against each of our specific measures under the Regulator Performance Framework.
documentasset:Self-Assessment Report 2018–19
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