2003-04 Annual Report for the Department of Health and Ageing
The primary purpose of the Annual Report is to provide Members of Parliament and Senators with a detailed description of the Department's activities during 2003-04 against the performance targets presented in the 2003-04 Portfolio Budget Statements and the 2003-04 Portfolio Additional Estimates Statements, for the Health and Ageing Portfolio.
Welcome to Annual Report 2003-04
The 2003-04 Annual Report is comprised of four parts:
PART 1 OverviewPart 1 provides an explanation of the Department's activities, highlighting the broad strategic directions and priorities for the Department, noting key issues and achievements during the year. This section includes the Secretary's Review, Chief Medical Officer's Report, the Departmental Overview and the Management Structure Chart.
PART 2 Outcome Performance ReportsPart 2 details the performance of the nine outcomes within the Department, including major achievements and challenges. Performance is reported against set indicators outlined in the 2003-04 Portfolio Budget Statements, and the 2003-04 Portfolio Additional Estimates Statements, for the Health and Ageing Portfolio. Each outcome report includes information on performance measures for administered items, departmental output groups and a financial resources summary table. See Outcome Reports one to nine including Therapeutic Goods Administration.
Outcome 1 Population Health and Safety (PDF 228 KB)
Outcome 1 Population Health and Safety (RTF 433 KB)
PART 3 Financial StatementsPart 3 provides a complete set of Financial Statements for the Department of Health and Ageing, the Therapeutic Goods Administration Trust Account and CRS Australia.
PART 4 AppendicesPart 4 provides a range of statistical and other information relating to the Department.
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