It goes without saying that protecting important information assets with secure systems is critical to Queensland’s economic and security interests.
With another 31 December financial year ending, finance teams across the state are pulling together financial statements for their entities.
Knowing how public sector and local government entities are progressing in implementing audit recommendations gives us, parliament, audit clients, and the wider community important information on t
Queenslanders may not be aware of the role or occurrence of government regulation in their day-to-day lives.
Contracting in many public sector entities involves a significant level of expenditure and resources.
Since 2015–16, the government has invested $554.75 million in a suite of domestic and family violence initiatives.
Deploying police resources efficiently and effectively means using the most appropriate types and number of resources in the right place at the right time. This audit will examine how efficiently and effectively the Queensland Police Service deploys its resources to maximise public safety.
Government boards play an integral role in setting the strategic direction for an entity, ensuring corporate compliance and management accountability. In many cases, they are responsible for spending taxpayers' money and the custody and control of public assets.
The Queensland Government has invested more than $8 billion to respond to the economic, health and societal impacts of COVID‑19.
The Queensland Government is investing $1.6 billion in the Social Housing Construction Jobs Program during 2017–2027. This includes a commitment to deliver 2,972 new social housing homes across the state in the first five years.