The purpose of the guide is to provide an overview of the key concepts of risk management, and guidance on how the risk management process can be practically applied by any Queensland public sector agency.
The Queensland Government's response to the recommendations of the Queensland Commission of Audit was tabled by Treasurer and Minister for Trade Tim Nicholls MP on 30 April 2013.
This handbook has been prepared to aid departments and agencies in applying effective cash management concepts and principles in order to assist them in maximising the funds available to meet the social and economic objectives of the Government.
The purpose of the Company Financial Reporting policy is to outline the annual financial reporting requirements for Public Sector companies established under the Corporations Act 2001. This revised policy is effective for reporting periods beginning on or after 1 January 2013.
Contact information for the Queensland Future Growth Corporation, as provided in the Queensland Future Growth Corporation Annual Report 2010-11.
This plan aims to improve access by people with disability to Treasury's services, information and facilites.
Glossary of terms provided with the Queensland Future Growth Corporation Annual Report 2010-11.
Guidelines and template to assist agencies in determining the financial implications of Commonwealth funding agreements which include reward payments.
Information on applying for a job in Queensland Treasury and Trade, including information about the department, how to apply, the selection process and employment conditions.
The purpose of these guidelines is to outline the various issues that should be addressed by agencies in seeking the Treasurer’s approval under section 88 of the Financial Accountability Act 2009.
This document is the Queensland Government’s interim response to the Commission of Audit’s Interim Report.
The Investment Policy Guidelines for Statutory Bodies support the Statutory Bodies Financial Arrangements Act 1982 by providing information to assist statutory bodies in developing better-practice policy frameworks for the investment of funds.
The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of the methodology used to value each council's water business and allocate the overall value of the council's water business to the specific business activities.
Checklist to assist agencies in evaluating draft National Partnership agreements.
The Preliminary Impact Assessment (PIA) is the first stage of assessment of the potential impacts of a regulatory proposal on business, community and government.
Proposed amendments to the Queensland Competition Authority Act 1997 and the Transport Infrastructure Act 1994
The Queensland Government is proposing to amend the Queensland Competition Authority Act 1997 (QCA Act) and Transport Infrastructure Act 1994 (TI Act) and invites comments from interested parties.
The Queensland Future Growth Corporation Annual Report details achievements, performance and financial position for the financial year.
The Queensland Future Growth Corporation Annual Report details achievements, performance and financial position for the financial year and provides information on future direction and corporate governance processes.
Queensland Treasury's Strategic Plan highlights the future directions and key priorities for Treasury over the next five years. It includes the department's primary objectives and challenges, strategies and performance indicators.
Provides information about how the Queensland Government is reducing the regulatory burden on business and the community.
The Regulatory Impact Statement (RIS) explains the need for a regulatory response to address a specific policy issue and to present the evaluation undertaken of the likely costs and benefits to business, community and government that would flow from its adoption in comparison with other options explored.
The Regulatory Assessment Statement (RAS) System Guidelines describe the new streamlined procedure for developing regulation for Queensland Government agencies under the RAS system. It is designed to assist officers working on the development, assessment and improvement of regulation, to produce better regulation in accordance with regulatory best practice principles.
The Regulatory Principles Checklist (RPC) is designed to demonstrate that a regulatory proposal has been developed in accordance with regulatory best practice principles.
The Queensland Government is focussed on reducing the regulatory burden on business and the community. Queensland Treasury and Trade is responsible for assisting the Treasurer and Assistant Minister in facilitating, co-ordinating and driving regulatory reform and red tape reduction across the Queensland Government.
The SEQ Urban Water Reform: Workforce Framework 2007, the Framework has been established by the SEQ Water Staff Support Group to assist affected employers and employees during the water reform process.
The object of the Statutory Bodies Financial Arrangements Act 1982 (SBFA Act) is to provide for the efficient and effective management of the powers of statutory bodies to enter into financial arrangements. The guidelines provide a general outline of the impact of the SBFA Act on the operations of statutory bodies.
Last reviewed 30 September 2013