NSW Premier Mike Baird said outlining the 30 “State Priorities” including 12 “Premier Priorities” allows the government to measure and deliver projects that create a stronger, healthier and safer NSW.
“Over the coming weeks, I will work with my ministers to put in place rigorous plans to achieve these aims and I will be personally monitoring the government’s performance,” Mr Baird said.
Each of the 30 ‘State Priorities’ will be measured against the best available indicators of economic growth, infrastructure delivery, service provision and other measures of community wellbeing and safety across NSW.
The Premier will be able to track government performance via an evolving ‘dashboard’ of the latest data.
Key areas include:
Reducing domestic violence
Improving service levels in hospital
Tackling childhood obesity
Improving education results
Protecting our kids
Reducing youth homelessness
Driving public sector diversity
Keeping our environment clean
Faster housing approvals
Improving government services
Find out more about the Premier’s Priorities and State Priorities at www.nsw.gov.au