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The Regulator Performance Framework

One of our obligations as an Australian Government agency is to communicate important aspects of how we operate and how well we are performing. This transparency helps foster trust, confidence and willing compliance from those we regulate.

The Regulator Performance Framework (RPF) has been established by the Australian Government to assess how regulators perform when interacting with business, the community and individuals. The aim of the RPF is to:

  • improve the way regulators operate
  • reduce the costs incurred by business, individuals and the community in the administration of regulation
  • increase the public accountability and transparency of regulators.

The Framework allows Commonwealth regulators to report objectively on the outcomes of their efforts to administer regulation fairly, effectively and efficiently through a set of six common key performance indicators. Under the Framework, AUSTRAC is required to publish an externally validated self-assessment annually. 

AUSTRAC's 2018-19 self-assessment

AUSTRAC's 2017-18 self-assessment

AUSTRAC’s 2016-17 self-assessment

AUSTRAC's 2015-16 self-assessment

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Last updated: 14 Aug 2020
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