Annual report 2003 - 2004
Department of the Chief Minister
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95ANNUAL REPORT 2003 - 2004 O TH ER IN FO R M A TIO N Seniors Advancement Engage with the community through formal and informal processes and across Government to identify and progress seniors policy priorities, and advance the economic and social standing of senior Territorians. Performance Measures 2003-04 2003-04 Estimate Actuals Quantity Planned activities for seniors advancement1 8 8 Cost of managing and delivering programs $0.76M $0.74M and activities for seniors advancement Number of grants issued 3 2 Value of grants paid $59 000 $44 812 Quality Stakeholder satisfaction >80% 90% Timeliness Response to Ministerial correspondence within required deadline >80% 92% 1 Activities include provision of advice, Seniors Advisory Council, Seniors Month, formal community forums, production and distribution of newsletter and Seniors Tourism and Leisure Directory. Policy Advancement Lead, coordinate and facilitate the development of social policy in key Government priority areas including domestic violence, and provide policy advice to the Chief Minister and Chief Executive on social policy issues. Performance Measures 2003-04 2003-04 Estimate Actuals Quantity Capacity to facilitate social policy development $1.36M $1.26M and coordinate Government priorities Quality Stakeholder satisfaction >80% 92% Timeliness Response to Ministerial correspondence >80% 92% within required deadline OTHER INFORMATION
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