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Our vision is for better public services for Queenslanders.

Our purpose is to provide valued, independent assurance and insights.

See our Annual report 2019–20 for more information

 

What's new

15 December 2020

Over time, the Queensland Audit Office (QAO) has shifted its profile of employees to become a more diverse organisation that recognises the unique experiences many bring to our team.

9 December 2020

Machinery of government (MoG) changes occur when the government restructures the functions that government departments administer.

12 November 2020

Use of digital technologies has increased the pace of disruption in every industry. The question now is whether the Queensland Government is keeping pace with this reality.

4 November 2020

This year, we worked with state government entities and some larger local governments as they undertook an initial self-assessment of their financial statement preparation processes using the matur

Upcoming audits

The owner of a dam is responsible for its safety. Having a dam safety management program in place can minimise the risk of its failure, and the potential impact on human life and property.

Audit Status:
In progress

Entities within the Queensland public education sector intend to deliver world class education and training services.

Audit Status:
In progress

Queensland's local governments are involved in a wide range of activities—from delivering key community services, such as roads, water, sewerage and waste treatment, to providing banking, retail, medical, cultural and recreational services.

Audit Status:
In progress

Most public sector entities, including departments, statutory bodies, and government owned corporations and the entities they control, prepare annual financial statements and table these in parliament. Each year the Treasurer also prepares consolidated state government financial statements.

Audit Status:
In progress

Most public sector entities, including departments, statutory bodies, and government owned corporations and the entities they control, prepare annual financial statements and table these in parliament. Each year the Treasurer also prepares consolidated state government financial statements.

Audit Status:
To be tabled

Queensland health entities manage a large asset base and are funding innovative clinical care programs. This puts pressure on their financial sustainability.

Audit Status:
To be tabled

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