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Report on Government Services

The annual Report on Government Services (RoGS) provides information on the equity, effectiveness and efficiency of government services in Australia. This report was progressively released between 28 - 31 January 2014.

The 2014 RoGS is available below, with other editions accessible by changing the year and pressing ‘submit’.

  • At a glance
  • Media release
Approach to performance reporting

Volume A, published 28 Jan 2014

The Approach to performance reporting volume A includes an introduction to the Report on Government Services 2015 and Statistical context for the service-specific volumes B to G.

Child care, education and training

Volume B, published 28 Jan 2014

The Child care, education and training (CCET) volume B includes performance reporting for Early childhood education and care (ECEC), School education and Vocational education and training (VET).

Justice

Volume C, published 29 Jan 2014

The Justice volume C includes performance reporting for Police services, Courts and Corrective services.

Emergency management

Volume D, published 29 Jan 2014

The Emergency management volume D includes performance reporting for Fire and ambulance services.

Health

Volume E, published 30 Jan 2014

The Health volume E includes performance reporting for Primary and community health, Public hospitals and Mental health management.

Community services

Volume F, published 31 Jan 2014

The Community services volume F includes performance reporting for Aged care services, Services for people with disability, Child protection services and Youth justice services.

Housing and homelessness

Volume G, published 31 Jan 2014

The Housing and homelessness volume G includes performance reporting for Housing and Homelessness.

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What works?

Proposed reporting framework on 'what works' to improve government service outcomes.

Read the draft reporting framework

Printed copies

Printed copies of the complete set of volumes for this report can be purchased from Canprint Communications.

Please note: If you do not need the whole Report then you can purchase individual volumes from their respective web pages.

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