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GBRMPA Annual Report 2018-19

by GBRMPA 20 Oct 2019 05:44 UTC

The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority's Annual Report 2018-19 highlights the agency's work and achievements for the year, reported against the purposes and performance criteria in the Authority's Corporate Plan 2018-19 and Portfolio Budget Statements 2018-19.

The Authority is responsible for managing one of the world's premier natural resources, the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. The Authority's work is driven by the vision of a healthy Great Barrier Reef for future generations.

The report meets the requirements for annual reports outlined by the Department of Finance in its Resource Management Guide No. 135: Annual reports for non-corporate Commonwealth entities.

Part 1 Introduction
Outlines the purpose and structure of the report, and presents the Chairman's review of the Authority's activities and performance for the 2017-18 reporting period.

Part 2 Overview
Provides corporate background to the Authority, including its role and functions, and a summary of financial performance and a staff overview.

Part 3 Performance
Details the actions taken by the Authority in 2018-19 to meet its stated purpose of the long-term protection, ecologically sustainable use, understanding and enjoyment of the Great Barrier Reef for all Australians and the international community, through the care and development of the Marine Park, reporting against key performance indicators outlined in the Authority's performance documents.

Part 4 Management and accountability
Covers the delivery of the management framework that supports effective functioning of the Authority, including corporate governance; statutory and advisory committees; management and training; work health and safety; asset management; corporate services; and management of consultants.

Part 5 Finances
Delivers an analysis of financial performance and detailed financial statements.

Part 6 Appendices
Comprises the Authority's resource statement, a staffing overview, information on advertising and marketing, freedom of information and ecologically sustainable development and environmental performance, a list of staff papers and presentations, and Queensland Government financials.

Part 7 Acronyms and index
Includes a list of acronyms; a glossary; list of requirements; and an alphabetical index.

Find the complete report here.

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