Managing Government-owned corporations
The Office of Government Owned Corporations (OGOC) manages the State Government’s shareholding relationship with the Government-owned corporations (GOCs) by working closely with the departments of portfolio Ministers with shareholding responsibilities.
This includes providing advice to shareholding Ministers on the State’s ownership and administration of GOCs, and providing oversight, high-level advice and leadership on strategic policy, governance and fiscal issues impacting on GOCs. The GOCs in Queensland operate in energy, transport, water and financial sectors.
For more information, visit the Office of Government Owned Corporations website.
Last reviewed 16 January 2013