Changes since the publication of the 2012 Progress Report
14 Apr 2015
The Community Engagement Board was established to promote the involvement of individuals and organisations outside of the State Government in refining the SASP in 2007. The Community Engagement Board has been replaced with alternative engagement models and, as such, there are no plans for further refinements to the SASP.
The SASP Audit Committee was established in 2004 as an independent advisory body to rate progress against the SASP targets and to provide an assessment of target achievability.
The functions performed by the Audit Committee have transferred to the Department of the Premier and Cabinet. Latest data will be regularly published on the SASP website in‑lieu of standalone progress reports.