Parliament Output Performance Measures

The Parliament of Victoria is an independent body that, through its elected representatives, is accountable to the Victorian community for the provision and conduct of representative government in the interests of Victorians.
The Parliament of Victoria's vision is to deliver apolitical, professional and innovative services which will support Victoria's elected representatives and the Parliament as an institution to ensure the proper, effective and independent functioning of the Parliament.

Victoria's Constitution Act 1975 provides that the Auditor General is an independent officer of Parliament. For budgetary purposes, the Victorian Auditor General's Office is included as an output classification within Parliament.
The main purpose of the Victorian Auditor General's Office is to provide assurance to Parliament on the accountability and performance of the Victorian public sector.

Parliament's objectives and linked outputs are grouped into Legislative Council, Legislative Assembly, Parliamentary Services, Parliamentary Investigatory Committees and Victorian Auditor-General's Office. This spreadsheet provides data relating to these outputs.

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Additional Information

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Published (Metadata record) 01/05/2012
Last updated 08/03/2016
Organisation Department of Treasury and Finance
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
Data temporal coverage: 01/07/2007 to 30/06/2012