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Actions for COVID Intensive Learning Support Program

COVID Intensive Learning Support Program

Education
Management and administration
Project management
Service delivery

In November 2020, the Government announced a $337 million program designed to support students whose learning was disrupted by COVID-19 during 2020. Beginning from Term 1, the COVID Intensive Learning Support Program (the program) provides small group tuition in all government schools and select non-government schools. The program offers schools flexibility in how they deliver small group tuition based on the needs of students and school circumstances. 

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Actions for Compliance review: Cybersecurity

Compliance review: Cybersecurity

Community Services
Education
Environment
Finance
Health
Justice
Local Government
Planning
Premier and Cabinet
Industry
Transport
Treasury
Whole of Government
Cyber security
Information technology
Risk

In February 2019 the Department of Finance, Services and Innovation launched the NSW Cyber Security Policy to ensure all NSW Government Departments and Public Service Agencies are managing cyber security risks to their information and systems. The policy mandates a number of requirements that are a minimum that all agencies must implement. In addition agencies must assess their level of cyber maturity. This audit will examine whether agencies are complyi

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Actions for Building regulation

Building regulation

Finance
Compliance
Internal controls and governance
Management and administration
Project management
Regulation
Risk
Service delivery
Workforce and capability

The NSW Government faces the complex task of regulating new building development to ensure quality and safety, in the context of significant and rapid development in some areas of the State. The emergence of risks relating to flammable cladding, and serious structural defects are examples of the complex issues requiring regulation. This audit will consider how well the government is regulating building standards in NSW and responding to risks.

Planned

Actions for Security of student information

Security of student information

Education
Compliance
Cyber security
Information technology
Internal controls and governance
Risk

Schools collect and maintain detailed student data, including sensitive personal information. Schools can also require or encourage students to use third party software applications for learning and other school related activities. This audit will examine how effectively schools ensure student data is secure – both within their own systems and when provided to third parties. This audit may also examine the effectiveness of information security governance

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Actions for Public transport in regional areas

Public transport in regional areas

Transport
Infrastructure
Management and administration
Shared services and collaboration

People living in many regional areas of New South Wales have few or no public transport options, with many relying on taxis and buses servicing small areas. Residents who want to participate in employment, education, recreation or access health services outside their areas must use private vehicles. This limits the mobility and opportunities of many people who do not have access to private vehicles. As part of its Future Transport 2056 strategy the NSW G

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Actions for Road and rail freight strategy

Road and rail freight strategy

Transport
Asset valuation
Infrastructure
Management and administration
Procurement
Project management
Service delivery

Freight is a critical component of the New South Wales economy. It is currently estimated to be worth nearly $66.0 billion a year to the economy. The economic growth and prosperity of New South Wales depends on the safe, efficient and reliable movement of goods. The NSW Government Future Transport 2056 strategy estimates that by 2056, 12 million people will live in New South Wales, and freight volumes will double in the Greater Sydney area and increase b