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The Queensland Audit Office (QAO’s) financial statement maturity model helps entities identify strengths and improvement opportunities in their financial reporting processes.
A ‘hard close’ audit – one way we can improve quality and bring more of our work forward in the year.
Infrastructure investment is essential for improving and maintaining economic, social, and environmental wellbeing.
One of the biggest issues we find when entities engage contractors and consultants, particularly for long-term contracts, is it’s often unclear if the contract delivered all that was intended.
In a world where organisations constantly face financial challenges and uncertainties, it’s critical they understand the capability of their assets to deliver the services their community needs now and into the future.
When it comes to performance monitoring, early planning is essential to set yourself up for success.
One of the biggest risks when an entity engages a contractor or consultant is the outsourced project or service costing more than first anticipated.
Measuring, monitoring, and reporting performance is essential to the success of any organisation.
Financial statements are a key accountability document for public sector entities. They provide parliament and members of the public with important information about the operations and financial performance of public sector entities.