In today’s complex and ever-changing business environment, public sector entities need to recognise the importance of a well-developed and clearly articulated strategy.
The position of Auditor-General has existed in Queensland for over 160 years. But did you know, today’s Queensland Audit Office was created 30 years ago?
When setting up a contract, entities often focus on securing the best deal as quickly as possible.
Financial sustainability is a common and enduring challenge for councils because of their geographic location, local population numbers, and the number and type of services they deliver for their c
Invasive species, including animals, plants, and diseases, have significant economic, environmental, and social impacts. They place considerable pressure on native wildlife and in some instances have contributed to the decline or extinction of native species.
Queensland's local governments – councils – are the first line of connection to communities; providing Queenslanders with a wide range of services such as roads, water and waste, libraries, and parks.
Regional areas within Queensland account for 1.7 million square kilometres across the state. They are home to a network of regional economies and have strengths in industries including agriculture, resources, and tourism.
The government can help shape the future of the state and the community. Efficient and effective cross department and local government coordination and planning can ensure the right infrastructure investments are made where needed and at the right time.
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.
First Nations peoples, including children, face considerable disadvantages in health and wellbeing compared to non-First Nations peoples. The life expectancy gap between First Nations peoples and non-First Nations peoples is currently estimated at 7.8 years for males and 6.7 years for females.