The Australian Government is committed to reducing the cost of unnecessary or inefficient regulation imposed on individuals, business and community organisations.
The Regulator Performance Framework (the Framework) has been developed to support Australian Government regulators to measure and improve their performance, particularly in adopting consistent, risk-based approaches to administered regulation.
The Framework consists of six outcomes-based key performance indicators (KPIs) covering reducing regulatory burden, communications, risk-based and proportionate approaches, efficient and coordinated monitoring, transparency, and continuous improvement.
The department undertakes a self-assessment of its performance against the Regulator Performance Framework KPIs every year.
Motor Vehicle Standards Act 1989 - 2017-18 Regulator Self-Assessment
- Regulator Self-Assessment—Motor Vehicle Standards Act 1989—1 July 2017–30 June 2018 DOCX: 506 KB
Previous Regulator Self-Assessments—Motor Vehicle Standards Act 1989
- Regulator Self-Assessment—Motor Vehicle Standards Act 1989—1 July 2016–30 June 2017 PDF: 665 KB
- Regulator Self-Assessment—Motor Vehicle Standards Act 1989—1 July 2015–30 June 2016 PDF: 525 KB
2017–18 Vehicle Safety Standards Annual Stakeholder Survey
The 2017-18 Vehicle Safety Standards Annual Stakeholder Survey was undertaken in August-September 2018 to inform the 2017-18 Regulator Self-Assessment for the Motor Vehicle Standards Act 1989. The results of the survey are currently being considered to identify opportunities for improvement.
- 2017-18 Vehicle Safety Standards Annual Stakeholder Survey PPTX: 3432 KB