COAG Reform Council

Performance reporting and accountability for national reform

The COAG Reform Council ceased operation on 30 June 2014.

The COAG Reform Council’s website has been archived by the Australian Government Web Archive (AGWA). For more information on the COAG Reform Council, or to download a copy of previous reports, visit the AGWA’s website and search www.coagreformcouncil.gov.au.

About the COAG Reform Council

The council was an independent body publicly reporting on the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) reform agenda.

Established in 2006, the Council reported directly to COAG on reforms of national significance.  

These included reforms to:

  • the healthcare system
  • disability services
  • education
  • skills and employment
  • housing and homelessness
  • indigenous affairs

 

  • mining development
  • capital city planning systems
  • water management
  • streamlining the economy
  • gender equity
  • competition and regulation