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A key part of QAO’s Graduate program is giving staff the opportunities and support they need to develop and grow right from the beginning.
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. We included the Department of Health and 16 hospital and health services (HHSs) in this report.
Did you see our previous blog on the New waste levy for local government?
When is a lease not a lease? When it does not meet the definition of a lease.
Climate-related risks are an emerging area that may have a direct impact on entities’ financial statements.
Our audit topics are wide-ranging and cover challenges facing the public sector across all aspects of government service delivery.
Over the past few months, QAO has been undergoing significant change as we position our business for the future and harness the opportunities facing us.
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.