Corporate Plan and Performance Reporting

Corporate plan

TEQSA is required under paragraph 35(1)(a) of the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013 (PGPA Act) and s160(1) of the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency Act 2011 (TEQSA Act) to prepare a Corporate Plan. This plan has also been prepared in accordance with the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Rule 2014.

TEQSA’s corporate plan sets out the Agency's activities and priorities for the next four reporting periods (from 2016-17 to 2019-20), in the contexts of a dynamic higher education sector and the Agency’s projected human resource, financial and infrastructure capabilities. 

The plan has been approved by the Minister for Education and Training and can be downloaded below.

TEQSA’s Regulator Performance Framework (RPF)

The TEQSA Regulator Performance Framework illustrates the benefits of TEQSA's multiple initiatives to enhance quality assurance and regulatory performance. The RPF is explicitly aligned to the key strategies and metrics in TEQSA's Corporate Plan. TEQSA strives to maintain, streamline and improve its regulatory performance through engagement with the providers it regulates, effective communication with the sector and in particular having regard to the Australian Government Regulator Performance Framework. 

The Framework can be downloaded below.

TEQSA’s Regulator Performance Framework Report 2015-2016

Under the Regulator Performance Framework (and as outlined above), TEQSA is required to self-assess its performance, and then obtain external validation of that self-assessment. The Higher Education Standards Panel has provided this external validation, and the TEQSA accountable authority has certified the report. The report has also been provided to the Minister of Education and Training for noting. The RPF Report 2015-2016 is based on operational qualitative and quantitative data, and the results of a sector-wide survey completed in July 2016. The RPF Report 2015-2016 and the results of the sector-wide survey can be downloaded below.

TEQSA will base its 2016-2017 Regulator Performance Framework on its framework for 2015-2016.