Australian Customs and Border Protection Service: Annual Report 2014–15

​The Australian Customs and Border Protection Service's Annual Report 2014–15 has been prepared in accordance with the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet's Requirements for Annual Reports for Departments, Executive Agencies and Other Non-corporate Commonwealth Entities issued on 25 June 2015.

This year's annual report has been prepared to inform the Australian Parliament about the Service's performance in relation to its services in 2014–15.

A full high resolution PDF version of the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service’s 2014–15 annual report is available (6.8MB ​​PDF).

A full optimised version of the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service 2014–15 annual report is also available (5.5M​B PDF).

The report is divided into seven parts and each part of the report is available.

Preliminary (195KB PDF)

Details contact officer, letter of transmittal to the Minister, and the contents page, including the list of tables, figures and staff profiles.

Part 1: Introduction (2.8MB PDF)

Summarises issues and trends in the reporting period, particularly those that had an impact on achieving our goals.

For a summary of the Department’s key achievements, challenges and future, go to:

Part 2: Overview (3.6MB PDF)

Details our vision, mission, role and functions, agency structure and performance reporting framework, including our priorities for the reporting year and a feature article From Federation to the Australian Border Force.

Part 3: Report on Performance (5.9MB PDF)

Reports on our effectiveness in achieving programme objectives during the year, including our performance against the deliverables and key performance indicators set out in the Portfolio Budget Statements. Part 3 also outlines how effectively we managed our support functions and their contributions to achieving outcomes in the reporting period.

Part 4: Management and accountability (7.4MB PDF)

Provides information on external scrutiny, client service standards, asset management, consultants and contractors, and other administrative activities.

Part 5: Financial statements (3.9MB PDF)

Contains audited financial statements for the year ending 30 June 2015.

Part 6: Appendices (1.6MB PDF)

Provides information on specific aspects of our operations, including our resource statement, environmental sustainability, advertising and market research, purchaser–provider arrangements and an overview of our legislative powers.

Part 7: Reference manual (1MB PDF)

Lists tables and figures, abbreviations and acronyms, an alphabetical index and where to find information specified in the Requirements for Annual Reports for Departments, Executive Agencies and Non-Corporate Commonwealth Entities.

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If you need an alternative accessible version of the annual report publications, send an email to annual_report@border.gov.au.