National Transport Commission

Section 2: Outcomes and planned performance

Australian Government outcomes are the intended results, impacts or consequences of actions by the Australian Government on the Australian community. Commonwealth programs are the primary vehicle by which government entities achieve the intended results of their outcome statements. Entities are required to identify the programs which contribute to Australian Government outcomes over the Budget and forward years.

Each outcome is described below together with its related programs. The following provides detailed information on expenses for each outcome and program, further broken down by funding source.

Note:
From 1 July 2015, performance reporting requirements in the Portfolio Budget Statements sit alongside those required under the enhanced commonwealth performance framework. It is anticipated that the performance criteria described in Portfolio Budget Statements will be read with broader information provided in an entity's corporate plans and annual performance statements—included in Annual Reports from October 2016—to provide an entity's complete performance story.

Figure 2.1: The NTC's Outcome Statement, Objective and Work Program

NTC Outcome Statement

Improved transport productivity, efficiency, safety and environmental performance and regulatory efficiency in Australia through developing, monitoring and maintaining nationally consistent regulatory and operational arrangements relating to road, rail and intermodal transport

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Objective

Improving the performance of the national transport system as a whole—safer, more sustainable and productive transport system in Australia 

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NTC Work Program

- Priority transport reforms (eg. national and COAG reforms)
- Existing Transport and Infrastructure Council reforms, including supporting reforms
for the national regulators 
- NTC Inter-Governmental Agreement (IGA) related functions
-Performance monitoring, evaluations and strategy

2.1: Budgeted expenses and performance for Outcome 1

Outcome 1: Improved transport productivity, efficiency, safety and environmental performance and regulatory efficiency in Australia through developing, monitoring and maintaining nationally consistent regulatory and operational arrangements relating to road, rail and intermodal transport.

Budgeted expenses for Outcome 1

This table below shows how much the NTC intends to spend (on an accrual basis) on achieving the outcome, broken down by program, as well as by Departmental funding sources.

Table 2.1: Budgeted expenses for Outcome 1

Table 2.2: Performance criteria for Outcome 1

Table 2.2 below details the performance criteria for each program associated with Outcome 1. It also summarises how each program is delivered and where 2016–17 Budget measures have created new programs or materially changed existing programs.

Outcome 1 Improved transport productivity, efficiency, safety and environmental performance and regulatory efficiency in Australia through developing, monitoring and maintaining nationally consistent regulatory and operational arrangements relating to road, rail and intermodal transport.
Program 1.1—To develop, monitor and maintain land transport reforms as outlined in the ‘NTC Work Program 2016–2020’ subject to approval by transport and infrastructure ministers.
Delivery The work program is delivered consistent with key performance criteria and targets.
Performance information
YearPerformance criteriaTargets
2015–16 1. Percentage of projects delivered on time and to budget each financial year.
Expected achievement: refer to target
1. At least 90 per cent.
Expected achievement: 90 per cent
  2. Percentage of reform projects on the work program that are due to be presented to the Transport and Infrastructure Senior Officials’ Committee (TISOC) and/or the Council for consideration each financial year.
Expected achievement: refer to target
2. At least 80 per cent.
Expected achievement: 80 per cent
2016–17 1. Percentage of projects delivered on time and to budget each financial year. 1. At least 90 per cent.
  2. Percentage of reform projects on the work program that are due to be presented to TISOC and/or the Council for consideration each financial year. 2. At least 80 per cent.
  3. Key stakeholder satisfaction with NTC's engagement and performance, including the quality of our products, via annual survey. 3. Key stakeholder satisfaction is overall positive (a rating of greater than 6 out of 10).
2017–18 and beyond As per 2016–17. As per 2016–17.
Purposes 1.Develop and propose changes to national law, model law and other related instruments and guidelines to improve transport productivity, efficiency, safety, environmental performance and regulatory efficiency; and
2. Maintain and monitor those reforms agreed by Council.
Material changes to Program 1.1 resulting from the following measures:
  • There are no new measures with a material impact on the performance information for Program 1.1.

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