The Queensland Government collects and manages personal information held by government in accordance with the Information Privacy Act 2009.
The primary intent of the legislation is to protect personal information which is collected, stored, used and disclosed in the delivery of government services and the conduct of government business.
The personal information handling practices of Queensland Treasury and Trade are detailed in the annual Personal Information Digest (PDF 85 K). This sets out the kind of personal information collected or held by the Department, what it is used for and to whom it is disclosed.
If you want to access your personal information that is in the custody and control of the department, or you wish to report a breach of privacy, request for internal review, request to amend records or general information on privacy in Queensland Treasury and Trade, please contact:
Queensland Treasury and Trade
GPO Box 611
Brisbane Qld 4001
Telephone: +61 7 3035 1863
Queensland Treasury and Trade has developed a Privacy Manual titled Information privacy assessments - processes and procedures manual to provide Privacy Contact Officers (PCOs) with a ‘how to’ guide for planning, delivering and reporting on a privacy assessment. It also outlines the importance of ongoing privacy compliance plans and the need to consider Privacy Impact Assessments (PIAs) where required.
This manual may be used by other Queensland Government agencies and be read in conjunction with the Office of the Information Commissioner (OIC) Privacy self assessment guide.
Last reviewed 7 February 2013