This report supplements the Review of LiveCorp's Key Performance Indicators (W.LIV.0134). The purpose of the review of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) was to come up with a relatively small number of specific and focused KPIs critical to the strategic and operational performance of the joint LiveCorp/Meat & Livestock Australia's Livestock Export Program (LEP) during the life of its Strategic Plan and Annual Operating Plans (AOPs).
The review came up with 15 KPIs across the four programs of:
1. Livestock management and animal welfare
2. Market Access and development
- On-going improvements to handling and transport
- Increasing understanding and capacity by management and staff of exporters, shippers and in-market interests
- On-going improvements in facilities and infrastructure
- Demonstrated capacity to respond to incidents
3. Supply chain
- Maintenance and building of existing markets, improving conditions and efficiency of access and improving understanding of market requirements
- Support for additional market options and increasing industry's ability to have ready access to markets.
- Improved capacity for industry to manage in-market operational issues
4. Communications and stakeholder relationships
- Increased efficiency in transport and handling from farm to in-market
- On-going improvements in skills and capacity of the supply-chain workforce
- Improved capacity to meet market requirements
- Reduced cost of regulatory requirements
- Increased stakeholder endorsement of the industry (by industry, the Australian community and the Australian Government)
- Enhanced perceptions by the scientific community of the technical capacity of industry
- Stakeholders have confidence in technical advice and analysis undertaken by the Live Export program
- Demonstrated industry unity through membership and support for LiveCorp and the LEP.