What we do
Our diverse responsibilities and services include:
Managing a strong economy and financial position
Our fundamental role is to deliver financial and economic policy and provide advice to assist the Queensland Government in managing the State’s finances and advancing the performance of the Queensland economy to support growth and employment.
Managing Queensland’s interests in Government owned corporations (GOCs)
Through the Office of Government Owned Corporations (OGOC), we ensure GOCs’ capital programs are rigorously evaluated to deliver market-like returns to shareholders and quality service to customers, while also adhering to corporate governance guidelines and statutory requirements.
Delivering economic and statistical research to inform Government decision making
Our Office of Economic and Statistical Research is a centre of excellence and the Queensland Government’s principal economic, statistical and social research agency. The services we provide help guide Queensland Government planning, decision making, policy development, performance evaluation and resource allocation.
Delivering efficient and equitable State taxation
The Office of State Revenue manages Queensland’s revenue base by administering State taxes, grants and subsidies schemes simply, efficiently and equitably.
Regulating the gambling industry in the interest of the community
Through the Queensland Office of Gaming Regulation we maintain the integrity and probity of the gambling industry in Queensland and ensure the State sustains a responsive gambling policy that keeps pace with community needs and technological advances.
Regulating the liquor industry for community safety and industry growth
Our Liquor Licensing Division monitors social and cultural alcohol consumption trends, proposes legislative changes where needed and regulates the liquor industry to ensure responsible and safe liquor practices.
Regulating the racing industry
The Office of Racing provides a policy and regulatory framework which maintains public confidence in the integrity and accountability of the Queensland racing industry.
Standardising and optimising the Queensland Government’s corporate services
Established in 2003 as part of the Shared Service Initiative, CorpTech provides specialist information and communication technology support for corporate services across the Queensland Government.
Last reviewed 22 October 2012