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Updating self-assessments for financial statement preparation maturity
This year, we worked with state government entities and some larger local governments as they undertook an initial self-assessment of their financi
The health and wellbeing of our clients, the community and our people is our number one priority during these difficult times.
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.
Frauds are continuing to occur in the Queensland public sector. Over the last 18 months alone, successful frauds have resulted in the losses of over $2.2 million.
Modern slavery can occur in any industry and any sector. The United Nations estimates that there are approximately 40 million victims worldwide.
In March 2019, the Queensland Under Treasurer referred concerns to the Auditor-General about the delivery of the State Penalties Enforcement Registry (SPER) Reform Program.
Culture represents the norms, behaviours and ideas of a group, or an organisation, and is at the heart of how it operates. Culture influences how we behave, what we think and how we act.
In November 2019 we published our latest report on the results of the financial audits in the health sector.