Why is it essential to monitor and report your performance?
Measuring, monitoring, and reporting performance is essential to the success of any organisation.
Financial statements are a key accountability document for public sector entities.
In this blog, we summarise Queensland Treasury’s major changes in their financial reporting requirements (FRRs) for this year.
To ensure we select audit topics that matter most to Queensland, we apply a strategic planning approach to identify the risks and opportunities facing public service delivery, and align our audit t
The demand on the Queensland Police Service continues to increase, with more diversified services placing additional stress on resources. These services include support for COVID-19, mental health, domestic violence, drugs, and incident response.
Offending by young people has been an increasing community concern over recent years. Youth offending can stem from a range of complex social problems such as family dysfunction, poor educational outcomes, unemployment, and substance abuse.
Queensland hospitals are under increased pressure, with high occupancy rates often cited as causing an increase in emergency department wait times and patient stretcher times.