Good performance management requires priorities, objectives and outcome expectations to be aligned at all organisational levels. It requires the development of information that is useful for decision-making and contributes to better outcome reporting. An outcome indicator is a yardstick used in forming judgements about the extent of achievement of an objective - though it does not, it should be noted, of itself make the judgement.Read More
Sometimes procurement is just easy, you know what you want, what the market has and what it should cost. Everyone in your organisation agrees and will happily help the process.
Then there are the other times. Competitive Dialogue may help.Read More
NSW Treasury is undertaking the Financial Management Transformation (FMT) reform program, will introduce outcomes budgeting starting in 2018/19, which will see a stronger emphasis on what outcomes are forecast to be achieved and how a proposal aligns with wider Government priorities. But what will the impact be on government agencies? And how has it worked overseas?Read More