Our structure comprises a range of specialist areas that apply their expertise to enhance our State's financial position and economic performance in line with the Government's objectives for the community.
The Treasury and Trade portfolio includes the following divisions:
- Corporate Services
- Economic and Structural Policy
- Office of State Revenue
- Projects Queensland
- Trade and Investment Queensland
The Treasury and Trade Portfolio organisational chart identifies the department’s divisions and branches and their reporting relationships.
Changes to our structure
Following the Queensland State election in March 2012, the incoming Government announced significant changes to Treasury.
Trade and Investment Queensland joined Treasury from the former Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation. Trade and Investment Queensland promotes the state’s innovative goods and services around the globe. It works closely with exporting organisations to help develop new markets and attract businesses to Queensland.
The State Penalties Enforcement Registry (SPER) joined Treasury from the Department of Justice and Attorney-General. Now part of the Office of State Revenue, SPER collects and enforces unpaid infringement notice fines, court-ordered monetary fines and offender recovery orders issued in Queensland.
Last reviewed 16 January 2013