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Defence Reform Program management and outcomes : Department of Defence / the Auditor-General
Bib ID 2755098
Format BookBook
Author
Australian National Audit Office
 
Description Canberra : Australian National Audit Office, 2001 
75 p. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0642442894
Series

Australian National Audit Office. Audit report ; 2001-2002, no.16.

Australian National Audit Office. Performance audit

Summary

The Government introduced the Defence Reform Program in 1997 to enable Defence's resources to be focused more efficiently and effectively on its core functions. It was expected to to achieve one-off savings in excess of $500 million. The objective of the audit was to assess Defence's management and implementation of the program.

Notes

"Audit team: John Oldroyd, Greg Adnams, John Guilfoyle"--P. 4.

Includes index.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Also available online via the World Wide Web.

Subjects Australia. Department of Defence -- Auditing.
Other authors/contributors Guilfoyle, John  |  Oldroyd, John  |  Adnams, Greg  |  Australian National Audit Office  |  Australian National Audit Office

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