Yep, there’s a bunch of noteworthy consultations/surveys from some of our Australian customers all launching today. Perhaps not that surprising when there’s 17,000+ consultations currently on Citizen Space, but still – enough for a theme to hang a headline on… 😛
The Government of Western Australia Department of Health are conducting a Mental Health Clinical Governance Review 🔍
This is a major survey, both in the importance of its subject matter and the heft of its questions (45 mins is a pretty significant undertaking!)
Nice use of routing/skip logic helps smooth the path through the questions, though, and the introduction does a good job of showing participants that their contribution is both valuable and valued.
The Department of Industry, Innovation and Science are requesting input on a National Hydrogen Strategy ⚛︎
3 things this survey does that you invariably want to see in a government consultation:
- It’s asking for public input to a major strategy early in its development
- It provides loads of supporting information/docs
- It’s very open about privacy, collection and how your data will be used
The Department of the Environment and Energy are running a Baseline Survey as part of a Performance Measurement and Reporting (PMR) Project 📈
‘You just wanted an excuse to post a screenshot of that sweet banner pic, didn’t you?’
‘No! There’s a nicely laid-out matrix question in there, plus people might be interested to see an internal/staff surv…’
‘Yeah but come on: the diver? In that brilliant blue sea, with the murky, mysterious smudge of rock lurking behind them? All contrast-y with the foreground full of multicoloured coral?’
‘OK fine yes I liked the banner pic’
As ever, that’s barely a drop in the ocean of the thousands of live examples you can check out on the Aggregator. And if you’d like to chat through some forthcoming online consultations of your own, you can always drop us a line.