Reporting means an organisation formally collects information and distributes it to internal and external stakeholders. Internal stakeholders may include the organisation's management board and employees, while external stakeholders may be the general public, government and funding providers.
This section provides information on the types of reports you may need to provide to funders and other key stakeholders.
By accurately reporting information, organisations help decision makers to identify important managerial and administrative issues and develop evidence-based strategic plans.
Reporting on evaluation is an important part of the planning and evaluation process.
The Queensland Government uses the OASIS: Online Acquittal Support Information System for reporting purposes.