Department of Corporate and Information Services annual report 2016-17
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Annual Report 2016-17 | Department of Corporate and Information Services18 ACH IEVEM EN TS Divisional Business Plans Overview Departmental responsibilities are linked to government priorities and directions The profile of DCIS is evolving which is expanding the breadth of support the department provides to government and agencies. DCIS has two clearly defined core roles. Shared Services DCIS foundational role is to provide shared corporate services functions efficiently and effectively that support government and enable agencies to focus on their core business. Digital Government DCIS is taking up a digital leadership role to support government and agencies in advancing digital initiatives to enable delivery of contemporary digital services and provide a platform from which agencies can leverage their digital activities. This section reports on DCIS performance in delivering outputs and business lines. Information on achievements and key projects is detailed and performance is reported against priorities identified in the previous years annual report. The Shared Services and Digital Government output groups essentially represent DCIS the department, with the two government business divisions reported as separate business lines. Work units across the department support the achievement of outputs. Performance against the output key deliverables published in Budget Paper No. 3 is reported in the performance measure tables with most key deliverables met or exceeded. Where actual performance differs from the estimate, an explanation is provided. The departments corporate framework links and aligns planning and strategy with responsibilities, governance, outputs and service delivery, ensuring outcomes are influenced from the bottom-up and the top-down. The connections and linkages between government directions, the departments strategy, implementation plans, unit activities and individual actions are illustrated in the diagram below. DCIS Minister Budget Paper No.3 Outputs and Outcomes Chief Executive DCIS Service Framework Board Digital Strategy and ICT Policies Leadership Group Service Statements DCIS Staff Performance Indicators Government Directions/Policy DCIS Strategic Plan 2016-2018 DCIS Annual Business Plan Staff MyPlans Divisional Business Plans Work Unit Plans Work Unit Plans Divisional Business Plans Work Unit Plans
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