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Performance management framework

NOPSEMA’s performance management framework provides it with a structure for planning, budgeting, service delivery, performance monitoring, reporting and accountability. The framework assists

NOPSEMA to focus on its objectives and ensures the continuous and rigorous assessment and provision of information on NOPSEMA’s performance. The framework is supported by an integrated planning and performance management model.

  1. that incorporates NOPSEMA’s corporate plan and is supported by team-based annual operating plans.

Figure 17: Performance management framework

This is a figure of NOPSEMAS performance management framework. It links together four separate tiles titled Budgeting, Strategic Planning, Performance Management and Risk Management. Under the budgeting heading there is portfolio budget statements are produced annually, and budget, resources and planning priorities reviewed and aligned each quarter. Under Strategic Planning, five year corporate plans are reviewed annually, goals, objectives, strategies and priorities are set and Agency-wide, divisional, team and individual operating plans are produced and reviewed annually. Under performance management, corporate plan KPI's, risk KPI's and AOP KPI's. Under the risk management heading, annual environment scan is undertaken, risks are reviewed annually and risk management system is benchmarked annually.

Figure 16: Corporate governance structure

Strategic management

Resource management

Regulatory operations management

Information management

Compliance management

Stakeholder input

Commitment and responsibilities

Strategic planning and objective setting

Executive management leadership and involvement

Risk management

Business continuity

Process improvement

Data management

Human resources

Financial resources

Physical resources

Procurement and contract management

Work health and safety

Operator registration





Advice and promotion

Project management

Interagency activities

Consultation and communication

Document and data control

Records management

Information, communications and technology systems

Internal audit and review

Management system and external audit

Measurement, monitoring, improvement and consultation