The Coordinator General for Remote Indigenous Services oversees the implementation of a new remote service delivery model to ensure that Indigenous Australians living in remote communities receive and actively participate in government services.
The Report on Government Services examines the equity, efficiency and cost effectiveness of government services. Reports are produced annually and cover topics including Early Childhood, Education, Training, Justice, Emergency Management, Health, Community Services, Housing and Homelessness.
The Review of Government Service Provision was initiated by the Prime Minister, Premiers and Chief Ministers at the Premiers' Conference in July 1993 and operates under the auspices of the Council of Australian Governments. The Steering Committee for the Review comprises senior representatives from Australian, State and Territory governments and is chaired by the Chairman of the Productivity Commission.
Service Delivery in Government is an online resource providing easy access to current information and resources on service delivery. It aims to keep you up to date with issues and trends across all jurisdictions in Australia and with key international developments.