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Performance Expectations - 'What's Intended to Be Achieved'

Publication Details

  • Performance Expectations - "What Is Intended to Be Achieved"
  • Published: 27 Feb 2015
  • Status: Current
  • Author: The Treasury

Performance Expectations – "What Is Intended to Be Achieved"

Updated 27 Feb 2014

All agencies should have an internal demand for high quality performance information so they can operate in the best possible way. This guidance assists agencies to think and write about what they want to achieve in their external reporting.

Your Treasury team or your monitoring agency can help. Talk to them. Questions about this guidance can be emailed to:

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What has gone?

What is new?

How to express "what is intended to be achieved" with a strategy
or with expenditure

Where to find examples of well articulated strategies

Expenditure examples to think about...

Appendix - Legislation at a glance

perfexp-achieved.pdf (111 KB) pp. 1-8
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