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A high level summary of how we monitor our performance.
CSIRO continues to play an important role in Australia's National Innovation System. Consistent with our responsibilities outlined in the Science and Industry Research Act 1949, we aim to deliver innovative solutions for industry, society and the environment, and to see our science be used to make a profound and positive impact for the future of Australia and humanity.
Our combination of size, breadth and depth in capability, active research portfolio management and expertise in conducting large-scale, multidisciplinary, mission-directed research is unique. We are a leader in addressing major challenges that matter to Australia’s future, including the complex interactions of human activity with the natural and built environments.
This unique position enables us to act as:
The activities and achievements outlined in this section of our annual report provide evidence of our performance against our 2013–14 Operational Plan and the 2013–14 Portfolio Budget Statements.
In addition to this report to Parliament, we also monitor our performance throughout the year by providing:
In 2013–14, CSIRO delivered a deficit from ongoing operations of $25.7 million. Total revenue of $1,244.9 million included appropriation from government of $778.2 million and $466.7 million in revenue generated from other sources.
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Last updated: Last updated: 23 February 2015
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