In 2010-11 the Progress Board conducted its second review of TasmaniaTogether. Informed by extensive community consultations, the Progress Board developed recommendations for changes to the Tasmania Together Plan. These were approved by Parliament at the end of 2011.
Below you’ll find answers to frequently asked questions about the changes to Tasmania Together:
Can I access data series for the new benchmarks?
Yes. Go to the Online Benchmark Reports for all the new benchmarks, complete with graphs, data series, information about the measures and comments on progress towards the Tasmania Together targets.
Has the numbering of benchmarks changed as a result of the 10 Year Review?
Yes! The majority of benchmarks have new numbers. See: Changes to benchmark numbering from 2009 to 2011
Are there any quick reference documents that show what changes have been made to the Tasmania Together document?
Yes, see the documents below:
Why does the Tasmania Together Plan keep changing?
Tasmania Together is a living document, and each five years the Progress Board consults with Tasmanians to find out what matters most to them. The Plan is amended to reflect community priorities and provide a framework for government, business and community organisations to achieve the future we all want. Outcomes from the consultation phase of the 10 Year Review can be found in feedback report to the community: What the Community Said.