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National partnership agreement on remote service delivery

by Council of Australian Governments

Government document
Year 2009
City Canberra
Publisher Council of Australian Governments
Number of pages 5

Abstract

The National Partnership Agreement on Remote Service Delivery is an agreement between the Commonwealth of Australia and all Australian States and Territories. The purpose of the Agreement is to improve the delivery of service across 26 remote locations. The models focuses on improving interaction between government agencies in remote area, developing community capacity and increasing access to services.

This document details the following information relating to the Agreement:

  • objectives, outcomes and outputs
  • roles and responsibilities of each party
  • performance benchmarks and reporting
  • financial arrangements
  • governance arrangements

The factsheet provides a summary of the National Partnership Agreement on Remote Service Delivery including the content, impact and benefits of the Partnership.

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