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Summary of performance

Table 1 summarises the Commission’s performance against its key performance indicators in 2012–13.

Table 1: Summary of performance, 2012–13
  Target Actual
* Excludes results for programs with purpose-built evaluation processes with different criteria, for example SES orientation.
Program 1.1: Australian Public Service Commission
1.1.1: APS people and organisational performance
Percentage of high level of use and satisfaction with the State of the Service Report and other research and evaluation reports by the SES, agencies and other clients 75% 85%
1.1.2: Investing in APS development and capability*
Responding surveyed participants consider that Commission programs have equipped them with the knowledge and skills they need in order to perform their roles more effectively 85% 98%
Responding surveyed participants consider that Commission program learning objectives were met effectively 85% 98%
Responding surveyed participants agreed that attending Commission programs and/or events assisted in building their awareness of issues, developments and priorities to enable them to work more effectively 85% 98%
Responding surveyed participants agreed that attending Commission leadership development activities increased their leadership skill, capability and knowledge 85% 85%
1.1.3: Australian Government employment workplace relations
Percentage of agency enterprise agreements assessed against the bargaining framework within 10 working days 100% 93%
Level of satisfaction of the President of the Defence Force Remuneration Tribunal with the quality and timeliness of the services provided by the secretariat Very good or above Very good
Level of satisfaction of the President of the Remuneration Tribunal with the quality and timeliness of the services provided by the secretariat Very good or above Achieved
Program 1.2: Parliamentarians’ and judicial office holders’ remuneration and entitlements
Percentage of all variations to remuneration and entitlements processed in a timely manner with an accuracy of at least 99% 99% 99%
Last reviewed: 
11 May 2018