Beef CRC Completes Third Year Review

AUSTRALIA - Following months of preperation, the Beef CRC has recently completed its ‘Third Year Reivew’.
calendar icon 25 June 2009
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The main reivew mechanism for CRCs established after 2002, the ‘Third Year Reivew’ invites an independent panel to review the CRC’s activities, progress to date and strategies for the future.

The Review assists the Commonwealth in making funding decisions and identifying issues and best practices for the purpose of sharing these with other CRCs to assist them to manage similar issues.

The review was held in early March with hearings in both Brisbane and Armidale.

The independent panel comprised of Professor Frank Nicholas (Chairman), Dr John Keniry, Dr Richard Spelman and Professor Elizabeth Deane. Mark Johnson and Andrew Cook, managers from the Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research [DIISR] also participated in the review.

The panel identified some areas for improvement, but overwhelmingly the panel believed the Beef CRC is on the right track.

The final report from the panel and the response from the Beef CRC Board are provided in full to ensure complete transparency.

Further Reading

- You can view the full report by clicking here.

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