SYDNEY: Free seminar Measuring Regulatory Performance

Australia and New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG) are running a free seminar on measuring regulatory performance.

If defining and measuring regulatory performance were easy, there wouldn’t be so many frameworks crowding the space! Defining our regulatory outcomes when we are only one part of the puzzle, attaching performance measures to the outcomes, ensuring that we prioritise and align our activities so they’ll deliver the desired outcomes and telling our performance story to our authorising environment and the broader community are all complex and contingent tasks. And we rarely have the opportunity to start with a clean slate, so travelling from where we are to where we want to be inevitably brings its own challenges.

ANZSOG’s Evaluation Hub is working with the Commonwealth Department of Environment and Energy to develop a regulatory performance framework, with lessons to be drawn and learned for every regulator.

Please join Dr George Argyrous from UNSW/ANZSOG and Adam Carlon from Environment and Energy for a thought provoking and interactive engagement with measuring regulatory performance.       

DATE:                    Monday 5 June 2017
TIME:                    4.00-5.00pm (coffee and networking from 3.30pm)
VENUE:                Rooms T5 and T6, UNSW City Campus, Level 7, 1 O’Connell Street