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Departments and statutory bodies, including hospital foundations, are required to comply with Queensland Treasury’s Financial Reporting Requirements for Queensland Government Agencies (FRRs).
To round out 2019, below are some areas of focus for our public sector clients. These are drawn from our latest financial audit work and analysis across all entities.
The Auditor-General has tabled a new, updated version of the Auditor-General Auditing Standards.
Queensland’s state and local governments make significant investments in the public infrastructure they need to deliver public services.
Entities need more than technical security controls to protect their data from cyber security risks.
The Queensland Audit Office (QAO) has developed a financial reporting preparation maturity model to help our clients improve their processes.
The impacts of cyber attacks, and malicious or inadvertent actions of employees, present a very real risk.
Media reports show an alarming trend of growing cyber security attacks and corporate espionage.
As of this financial year, we are now presenting our reports digitally on our website. They are easily navigated and accessible.
A lot of councils in Queensland, and in the rest of Australia, are focused on improving their financial sustainability.