Efficiency and effectiveness review

The Ten-Year Eradication Plan stipulates that an efficiency evaluation of the National Red Imported Fire Ant Eradication Program (the program) will be carried out every two years, or as required by the independent, national Steering Committee. The review will be carried out by an external consultant and is intended to provide feedback to the Steering Committee and the program on whether the approved ten-year plan is being implemented correctly.

The review will provide evidence and assurance to the state and federal government cost-share partners that the program is operating in an effective and efficient manner, and delivering value for money.

The first of these reviews commenced in August 2019 and is expected to be finalised by the end of the calendar year.

Read the review’s full Terms of Reference (ToR ).

View the profile of Bernard Wonder who will conduct the review.