About this plan
The Corporate Plan (the Plan) presents the Civil Aviation Safety Authority's (CASA's) direction for the period 2016-17 to 2020-21. It is designed as the principal planning and operational document outlining the purposes of CASA and the strategies to be implemented to achieve our objectives. The Plan details how CASA will meet the Government's and the Australian public's aviation safety expectations. The Plan positions CASA to contribute to the effective and efficient management of aviation safety risks and to improve appropriate relationships with the wider aviation community within a strong governance framework.
|Goals||CASA's broader aims|
|Key performance areas (KPAs)||Specific areas CASA will report against using the performance measures|
|Key performance indicators (KPIs)||Indicators applied to CASA's performance which will be measured against the KPAs to determine success in terms of meeting CASA's goals|
|Initiatives||Specific activities, including projects to support strategies|
|Performance measures||Clear, unambiguous measures, including both qualitative and quantitative measures, against which the progress of each initiative will be tracked and reported|
|Wider aviation community||Government, commercial, industrial, consumer and other relevant bodies and organisations, including the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and bodies representing the aviation industry|
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