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Home News CSIRO, CASA and the City of Glen Eira show how annual reporting is done
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DEPARTMENTSCivil Aviation Safety Authority, CSIRO
TAGS risk management, Queensland, Civil Aviation Safety Authority, Melbourne, chief executive, CEO, Michelle Baxter, Borough, Glen Eira City Council, Queenscliffe, Governance Institute, leader, president, Trisha Mok, Governance Institute of Australia, Safe Work Australia, ARA chair, Tim Sheehy
Australian public sector organisations shone once again at this year’s Australasian Reporting Awards, a 65-year-old institution that supports high standards of accountability and good governance.
The CSIRO has taken out the top prize in the government category of the 2015 Australasian Reporting Awards for its most recent annual report.
The ARA judges praised the “well-presented and easy-to-read” report for making a wide range of sometimes complex topics easy to comprehend, adding:
“The use of relevant pictures and explanatory captions capture attention and encourage the reader to read the whole story.”
The research body has consistently met the standard to receive a non-competitive “gold award” in the ARAs every year since 2012. This year, 33 Australian public sector organisations met the “gold” standard, as did Auckland Transport from across the Tasman.
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Stephen Easton is a journalist at The Mandarin based in Canberra. He's previously reported for Canberra CityNews and worked on industry titles for The Intermedia Group.
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