In this briefing for audit committee chairs, we provided a QAO update; a technical update on key audit matters, the impact of new standards, early close processes, and public sector issues; and a briefing on IT security and cyber risk.
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We present information at events to raise awareness of current and emerging issues related to audit and financial management, sharing the insights we develop from the work we do.
- Client information briefings for public sector Chief Financial Officers and finance managers
- Briefings for public sector audit committee chairs
- Special events such as performance auditing conferences or briefings for parliamentary research directors
In this briefing for audit committee chairs, QAO previewed topics from the Strategic audit plan 2017–20, gave a technical update on key audit matter reporting, related party disclosure, lease recognition, and revenue recognition, and spoke about the timeliness and quality of financial reporting.
Please note: the video has audio issues for the first 10 minutes due to technical issues.
QAO covered topics including the timeliness and quality of financial reporting, an accounting update, long form audit opinion, and asset valuation.
In this annual update on financial reporting, QAO and Queensland Treasury gave an accounting and Treasury update, and briefed clients on the timeliness and quality of financial reporting, long form audit opinion, and asset valuation.
In this briefing for Queensland public sector audit committee chairs, QAO covered wider learnings from our reports to parliament, key audit matters, and the timeliness and quality of financial statements.
In this briefing for Queensland public sector audit committee chairs, QAO covered its strategic audit planning process and approach, the new fraud and corruption self-assessment tool and risk and innovation including risk appetite, preserving and growing value.
This session for Queensland's chief finance officers and financial managers covered simplified financial reporting; audit changes; asset valuation; wider learnings from our recent reports to parliament and the role of the public sector in improving public services.
QAO provided the chairs of Queensland's audit committees with advice on improving public services and insights around publically available information and entity-specific information. QAO also provided an update on its new approach to data.
This presentation covers the key insights from our report to parliament on fraud management in local government (Report 19: 2014-15). It was made to the annual Australian Public Sector Anti-Corruption Conference on 19 November 2015.
This presentation provides QAO's insights and advice on asset valuation. It was made to the CPA Australia Congress on 15 October 2015.