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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 topics in response.

Councils collectively spend approximately $8 billion each year in procuring goods and services.  Having strong procurement processes is crucial to ensure that public monies are wisely spent.

Public sector entities in Queensland – both state and local governments – collectively manage approximately $475 billion in infrastructure assets to service the needs of the community.

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?