Department of Transport and Main Roads Annual Report 2011–12
The Department of Transport and Main Roads Annual Report describes the department’s achievements, performance, outlook and financial position for the reporting year. It is a key accountability document and is the main way the department reports on its performance to Parliament and the community.
Publishing the Annual Report also ensures that the department meets its legislative requirements under the Financial Accountability Act 2009 and the Financial and Performance Management Standard 2009.
A full version of the Department of Transport and Main Roads Annual Report 2011–12 is available below. These are large documents and may take some time to download.
The report is also available in sections, to make it easier to download.
Annual Report: Volume 1
Annual Report 2011–12: Volume 1, Section 1
Includes About us, Director-General's report, Achieving government objectives, Financial summary and Corporate plan 2011–2015
Annual Report 2011–12: Volume 1, Section 2
Includes Our performance
Annual Report 2011–12: Volume 1, Section 3
Includes Corporate governance
Annual Report 2011–12: Volume 1, Section 4
Includes Appendices, Glossary, Acronyms, Index, Figures index and Contact information
Annual Report: Volume 2
A compliance checklist, outlining the governance, performance, reporting compliance and procedural requirements of the Financial Accountability Act 2009 and the Financial and Performance Management Standard 2009, is also available.
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