Ransomware attacks are among today’s most significant organisational threats. They aim to lock organisations out of their systems and files (usually through encryption).
For International Women’s Day this year, we share how women’s rights and gender equality have progressed at the Queensland Audit Office (QAO) over time.
As another 30 June deadline looms, finance professionals across the Queensland public sector are beginning to prepare financial statements for their entities.
Flooding and cyclones in early 2022 and late 2021 have seen disasters declared across more than half of Queensland’s local government areas.
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.
The Queensland Government has invested more than $8 billion to respond to the economic, health and societal impacts of COVID‑19.
Efficient government services are a central part of our vision of better public services for Queenslanders.
Entities within Queensland's education sector help individuals transition through all stages of schooling, providing knowledge and skills to prepare them for future education, training, or the workforce.
This report to parliament on major projects will draw together our financial and performance insights and provide the status of major infrastructure projects of the state and local governments.
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.