Annual report 2003 - 2004
Department of the Chief Minister
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93ANNUAL REPORT 2003 - 2004 O TH ER IN FO R M A TIO N COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT Lead, coordinate and monitor the development and implementation of whole of government social policy and programs as well as initiatives designed to enhance the involvement of members of the community in Government decision making processes and their awareness of Government policies, services and programs. Outcome A more informed community through transparent and inclusive Government policy making, plus strong participation by the community in public policy and administration processes. Womens Advancement Engage with the community and across Government to identify and progress womens policy priorities and advance the economic and social standing of Territory women. Performance Measures 2003-04 2003-04 Estimate Actuals Quantity Planned activities for womens advancement1 8 8 Cost of managing and delivering programs and $1.02M $0.80M activities for womens advancement Quality Stakeholder satisfaction >80% 90% Timeliness Response to Ministerial correspondence within >80% 92% required deadline 1 Activities undertaken are policy advice and coordination, Tribute to Northern Territory women, women and leadership, Chief Ministers Study Award for Women, domestic violence community education, women and economic development, community engagement activities and womens forums. OTHER INFORMATION
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