public sector performance measurement

Commentary

7 May 2019
22

Cut short by the election, a parliamentary inquiry was beginning to probe the hidden costs of contracting out of government functions.

Report

29 Mar 2019
9

The annual State of the Public Sector in Victoria report provides a consolidated picture of the structure, composition and profile of the public sector.

Report

19 Mar 2019
358

This report reflects what the Australian Public Service (APS) Review Panel has learned from their initial investigations and what changes the panel believes are needed to build an APS that is fit for the future.

Report

An ANZSOG research paper for the Australian Public Service Review Panel
15 Mar 2019
22

This paper examines the concept of integrity and the possibility of developing a framework that integrates performance, capability and effectiveness with integrity.

Article

28 Nov 2018
11

APS review panel member and Coca-Cola Amatil Australia chief, Alison Watkins, reveals her observations of the public service and dwells on the role of business in contributing to the reform debate.

Report

30 Oct 2018
18

This report analyses the internal controls and governance of the forty largest agencies in the New South Wales public sector for the year ended 30 June 2018.

Report

17 Aug 2018
10

This report provides a framework for bringing the private-sector approach to capital allocation to public-sector capital budgeting.

Report

4 Jul 2018
141

The Victorian Ombudsman, Deborah Glass, has tabled this second biennial report on the implementation of her investigations’ recommendations. The report covers the 125 recommendations made to state and local government bodies between 1 April 2016 and 31 March 2018.

Report

29 Mar 2018
60

This audit examined the Melbourne Metro Rail Authority, Public Transport Victoria, and the now defunct Major Projects Victoria, and assessed whether their fraud and corruption controls were well designed and operating as intended.

Report

22 Feb 2018
89

The objective of this audit was to assess the effectiveness and efficiency of public sector entities in finalising unpaid fines.

Article

12 Feb 2018
965

If the public service were a patient “it would be in palliative care”, says Terry Moran. Here’s what other secretaries have said about Australia’s loss of bureaucratic capacity.

Evaluation

20 Dec 2017
184

Effective internal controls and governance systems help agencies to operate efficiently and effectively and comply with relevant laws, standards and policies. This evaluation assesses how well agencies are implementing these systems, and highlights opportunities for improvement.

Draft report

14 Dec 2017
75

This draft report aims to assist individuals and organisations to participate in the inquiry. It outlines the background to the inquiry, the Commission’s intended approach, and the matters about which the Commission is seeking comment and information.

Report

Service priority review: final report to the West Australian government
5 Dec 2017
399

This report makes it clear that the Western Australian community wants higher quality services and greater involvement in service design. However, the challenge of tackling the state’s budget deficit means that better services must be delivered at a lower cost.

Draft report

25 Aug 2017
168

This interim report signals directions for Western Australian public sector reform that will be developed into recommendations in a final report to the state government in October 2017.

Report

Commissioned by the State Services Commission (NZ)
30 Jun 2017
150

The Performance Improvement Framework (PIF) programme is designed to measure and lift the performance of state services in New Zealand. This report constitutes the first independent assessment of the PIF.

Report

30 Mar 2017
72

Overview

This report focuses on key observations and common issues identified from our financial, performance and compliance audits in 2016, and identifies examples of good practice. It also looks forward to where we will focus our efforts in 2017.

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Discussion paper

10 Mar 2017
75

Competitive neutrality requires that government business activities should not enjoy any net competitive advantages simply by virtue of public sector ownership. This ensures market competition drives efficient production by the lowest cost business.

Commonwealth, state and territory governments committed to implement competitive neutrality regimes...

Journal article

23 Sep 2016
124

This opening paper outlines the rise of public sector performance measurement and performance governance from New Public Management, its trajectory from an administrative tool for organisational monitoring and management, to its insertion into service performance and accountability, to a policy tool defining policy itself. Four...

Journal article

23 Sep 2016
21

Performance measurement has an implicit performance theory embedded within its practice; performance measurement perforce performs. Performance measurement has a performative effect on performance. Drawing together and building on the various empirical observations from the preceding papers in this collection, this concluding paper firstly examines the...

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