National agreements define objectives, results, outputs and performance indicators and clarify the roles and responsibilities that will guide the Commonwealth of Australia and states in providing services in the relevant sectors. National agreements are not financing agreements. This agreement is one of six between the Commonwealth of Australia and the states and territories. It deals with the provision of services throughout the skills sector and human resource development. Following the publication of an interim report on 5 June 2020, the Commission requested more information and feedback. The Steering Committee for the Verification of Public Service Delivery was invited by COAG to compile information relevant to the performance indicators contained in the national agreements and to make it available to the COAG Reform Council. The COAG Reform Council ceased its activities on 30 June 2014. As part of this task, the Commission will examine a number of related issues, including how governments can better coordinate their support for vocational training, options for improving financing and pricing systems, and how to ensure that public investment in vocational training achieves the best returns for the Community. Published: Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: COAG,  Permanent URL for this page: hdl.voced.edu.au/10707/187905. The Commission has published a thematic paper to help citizens prepare a deposit. It sets out some of the questions and questions that the Commission considered relevant at this early stage of the study. An annex contains the initial data quality declarations provided by the data collection bodies. The final report of the study is expected to be submitted to the Australian government in December 2020 and published in January 2021.
The information contained in these reports was intended to feed into the analysis of the COAG Reform Council. In order to facilitate the work of the COAG Reform Council, these reports contain the following information: keywords: performance indicator; the role of government; Land Government; federal government; education policy; Training policy. . . .