Is Funder Reporting Undermining Service Delivery?: Compliance Reporting Requirements of Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations in Victoria

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Lowitja Institute, 2016 - Aboriginal Australians - 29 pages
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All organisations need to be accountable for their use of public funds. However, there are claims that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health services are overburdened with reporting. To investigate this further, this report examines the compliance and reporting requirements of one large Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation in Victoria: the Rumbalara Aboriginal Co-operative. The case study finds that this organisation - which aims to provide an integrated holistic response through community services including family, housing, and health - suffers not only reporting overburden but experiences extensive reporting complexity by being obliged to report in different ways, on different performance criteria, using different databases, for funding from different government programs.

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