The Report on Government Services (RoGS) is produced by the Steering Committee for the Review of Government Service Provision which was established in 1993 by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG).
The Review aims to:
- enable ongoing comparisons of the performance of government services
- report on government service provision reforms that governments have implemented or that are under consideration.
RoGS is commissioned annually to help inform governments and the public about the performance of government services and to help drive improvements in the effectiveness and efficiency of government services.
The 2012 Report on Government Services (RoGS) was released on 31 January 2012. It reports across the following six broad reporting areas:
- Early childhood, education and training
- Emergency Management
- Community Services
- Housing and Homelessness Services
The section on Housing and Homelessness (Volume 2, Part G, Chapters 16 and 17), provides an overview of the sector and high level performance information on public housing and mainstream community housing, State owned and managed Indigenous housing, Indigenous community housing and homelessness services.