Legislation, requirements and quality of information

Quality of information

  • The annual report is an agency’s primary mechanism for reporting performance against its strategic plan, budget papers, resource agreement and other strategic documents.
  • The report should enable the reader to form an unbiased understanding of the agency’s purpose, services and performance; and outline its contribution to the State Government’s desired outcomes.
  • The report must include the obligatory components outlined in these guidelines. An appropriate explanation should be included in the report where information on any obligatory component cannot be provided.
  • The report should specify the extent to which the agency has complied with various legislative and State Government policy requirements outlined in these guidelines.


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