The Australian Government released the Regulator Performance Framework in October 2014 as part of its commitment to reduce the clients’ 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 annual self-assessment reports 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 self-assessment which shows the activities undertaken and outputs delivered during 2015–16 that demonstrate achievements against each of our specific measures under the Regulator Performance Framework.
Key stakeholders externally validated the report to assess whether its content demonstrated achievement against the measures.
documentasset:Self Assessment Report 2016
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