LGANT’s Strategic Plan 2021-2024 sets out the strategic priorities that guide the efforts of the organisation. The seven strategic priorities are:
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The LGANT constitution manages a range of corporate governance issues including membership, subscriptions and finances. The Constitution can only be updated following a resolution at a General Meeting, Special General Meeting or Annual General Meeting.
The LGANT Constitution was endorsed by the Board in December 2022.
The LGANT Governance Charter sets out the respective roles, responsibilities and authorities of members of the Board, the Chief Executive Officer and staff in setting the direction, management and control of LGANT.
This charter is subject to, and is intended to complement, the provisions of the Constitution. Where the Charter is inconsistent with the Constitution, the provisions of the Constitution prevail.
The LGANT Governance Charter was endorsed by the Board in December 2018.
The LGANT Annual Report is prepared for the members of the Association and other parties. The Annual Report is prepared in compliance with Clause 25 of the Constitution which requires it to be tabled at the Annual General Meeting.
The report details the financial position and performance of the Association for the financial year, as well as background material on local government in the Northern Territory, the Association’s membership, directions, and achievements during the year.