Publication of key report delayed

Posted on 9 April 2013 under APY Lands.
Tags: key reports & service delivery

The South Australian Government has promised to publish two reports each year documenting its efforts to improve service delivery and development on the APY Lands.1

The most recent Progress on the APY Lands report – dated October 2012 – focuses on activities undertaken between April and August 2012.2

The Government had originally expected to release its first for 2013 by the end of last month (i.e. by 31 March 2013).3 This timeframe was not kept.

Yesterday, the Government advised the Paper Tracker that its next report may now not be finalised until the middle of the year.4

The South Australian Government has been publishing APY progress reports since March 2005. More information on earlier reports is available here.

References

  1. Ward, F (Department of the Premier and Cabinet). 8 April 2013. Email to J. Nicholls/Paper Tracker.
  2. Government of South Australia. October 2012. “Progress of the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands: Service Delivery and Development”, p5.
  3. Government of South Australia. October 2012. “Progress of the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands: Service Delivery and Development”, p2.
  4. Ward, F (Department of the Premier and Cabinet). 8 April 2013. Email to J. Nicholls/Paper Tracker. The advice stated: “it is anticipated that the next of these reports will be finalised before the end of the current financial year.”
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