The Improving Water Information Program was designed to enhance the quality of water information systems in Australia. The Bureau of Meteorology was given the responsibility for the administration of the program, with funding that was originally budgeted over a 10-year period from 2007. The water information products and services developed under the program were intended to improve the understanding of water availability, storage and flows in the landscape and to answer questions such as: How much water is available today, and how does that compare with the past? How is the quantity and quality of water in our rivers and aquifers changing? What are the hydrologic impacts of land management changes and climate change? The objective of the audit was to assess the effectiveness of the Bureau of Meteorology's implementation of the Improving Water Information Program.
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