As cyber attacks continue, cyber risk has become one of the top enterprise-wide risks facing entities.
Auditing the right area at the right time is the key to achieving better public services for Queenslanders.
Most Queensland Government and local government entities revalue their land, buildings and infrastructure every year.
The day-to-day operations of public sector entities are getting busier all the time and changes to everyday activities can be seen as disruptive.
The Queensland Government is committed to increasing its use of renewable energy and reducing its reliance on fossil fuels. This audit will examine how the state is managing Queensland’s planned transition to 50 per cent renewable energy by 2030.
This audit will set out information on how the Department of Education is achieving its objectives to securely and reliably connect learners, teachers and staff to the digital resources and online content that they need.
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.
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. This audit will provide insights on the dam regulator’s framework for ensuring dams are managed safely.