Tasmania Together is the community’s plan for the future: currently 12 goals to be reached by 2020 and 155 benchmarks to measure progress towards the goals. The plan is reviewed every five years to ensure that Tasmania Together reflects changes in community priorities and uses the best progress measures available.
The following timeline shows the history of this ‘living’ document: Tasmania Together 2020.
|2012||Tasmania Together (Revised 2011)|
|2011||10 Year Review Report to Parliament|
Following the 10 Year Review, Parliament approved the Progress Board’s recommendations for improvements to the Tasmania Together Plan, including 29 new measures and the removal or replacement of 25 measures.
|2009||Tasmania Together (Revised 2009)|
In November 2009, Parliament endorsed 35 new and revised benchmarks for Tasmania Together as recommended by the Progress Board, following work arising from the first Five Year Review of the community's plan. The number of benchmarks increased to 151.
|2006||Tasmania Together (Revised 2006)|
|Following the 5 Year Review, Parliament endorsed a major revision of Tasmania Together that amended the vision, consolidated 24 goals to 12 and reduced the number of benchmarks from 212 to 143.|
|2006||Tasmania Together Revised 2006 - Recommendations to Parliament|
|2005-06||Five Year Review|
|2001||Tasmania Together – Community Leaders Group – September 2001|
|The original document was launched, outlining the vision and long-term plan, embracing 24 Goals, 212 benchmarks.|
Community Leaders Group established