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Draft - KPI for Public Sector

Posted by : Kia on Sep 26, 2016 0 comments
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Efficiency and Effectiveness
Aligning and optimising resources

Transformational Government Strategy has increased the pressure on public sector organisations to become more citizen-centred, results-oriented and collaborative. The need for informed decision-making to focus, prioritise, align and optimise limited resources has never been greater. Key performance indicators, programme effectiveness, financial accountability, costs, capital planning, performance-based contracts, HR workforce planning, e-procurement and outsourcing, sustainability all need to be tracked and monitored. The data is there, but not always the insight.



Safety and Security
Predicting and preventing threats

A critical issue for government, particularly when resources are stretched, is to protect people, property, money and now data from growing and evolving threats. In areas such as defence, justice, crime, health and transport safety the requirement for accurate information that provides insight into the existing situation and helps predict and prevent future threats continues to grow.

Compliance and Reporting
Meeting external requirements and driving internal benefits

Public sector bodies are experiencing an explosion in the volume of data they produce. At the same time, the requirement to comply with external regulations and reporting, particularly in areas such as data protection and security, has never been higher. Improving data accuracy and reducing the time and cost of reporting are now basic requirements. However, instead of viewing regulation and reporting as a burden and a cost to be managed, the information produced should be used to provide the additional insight and understanding that can transform the management of risk as well as the overall performance of the organisation.

Fraud and Risk
Detecting and preventing the loss of vital resources

Public sector bodies are experiencing an explosion in the volume of data they produce. At the same time, the requirement to comply with external regulations and reporting, particularly in areas such as data protection and security, has never been higher. Improving data accuracy and reducing the time and cost of reporting are now basic requirements. However, instead of viewing regulation and reporting as a burden and a cost to be managed, the information produced should be used to provide the additional insight and understanding that can transform the management of risk as well as the overall performance of the organisation.
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