We are connected to our communities and give everyone a fair go.
Governments demonstrate strong leadership working with and for the community.
Increase the satisfaction of South Australians with government services by 10% by 2014, maintaining or exceeding that level of satisfaction thereafter
Triple the number of people with a disability able to access self-managed funding by 2016
Increase the percentage of women nominating to stand in local, state and federal government elections in South Australia to 50% by 2014
Increase the number of women on all State Government boards and committees to 50% on average by 2014, and maintain thereafter by ensuring that 50% of women are appointed, on average, each quarter
Increase the number of women chairing State Government boards and committees to 50% by 2014
Have women comprising half of the public sector employees in the executive levels (including Chief Executives) by 2014 and maintain thereafter
Increase the participation of Aboriginal people in the South Australian public sector, spread across all classifications and agencies, to 2% by 2014 and maintain or better those levels through to 2020
The proportion of South Australian premises with access to broadband services delivered by fibre technology meets the national average by 2020
Improve the energy efficiency of government buildings by 30% by 2020(Milestone of 25% by 2014)
Increase environmental flows in the River Murray by a minimum of 1 500 GL by 2018(This target will be reviewed post the release of the Murray-Darling Basin Plan)
South Australia maintains a positive balance on the Murray-Darling Basin Authority salinity register
By 2015, 90% of patients presenting to a public hospital emergency department will be seen, treated, and either discharged or admitted to hospital within four hours
By 2020, for reading, writing and numeracy, increase by five percentage points the proportion of South Australian students who achieve:- above the National Minimum Standard- higher proficiency bands