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Queensland Treasury has issued the revised Guidelines for Machinery of Government (MOG) changes. Please complete and sign the Machinery of Government transfer sign-off form (see link below) and return it to your Treasury Analyst once the transfer amounts have been agreed.

Primarily, a MOG change is the formal transfer of functions from one department to another. Although these guidelines focus on the official MOG changes to departmental functions, the principles may also be applied to other Government directed transfers such as functions transferred to, from or between statutory bodies or Government Owned Corporations.

An example is available to assist departments completing the MOG transfer sign-off form. The example is located on Treasury’s Tridata web page under ‘Support’ and then ‘Downloads’.

A public ruling, when issued, is the published view of the Commissioner of State Revenue (the Commissioner) on the particular topic to which it relates. It therefore replaces and overrides any existing private rulings, memoranda, manuals and advice provided by the Commissioner in respect of the issue(s) it addresses.

Where a change in legislation or case law (the law) affects the content of a public ruling, the change in the law overrides the public ruling—that is, the Commissioner will determine the tax liability or eligibility for a concession, grant or exemption, as the case may be, in accordance with the law.

A public ruling, when issued, is the published view of the Commissioner of State Revenue (the Commissioner) on the particular topic to which it relates. It therefore replaces and overrides any existing private rulings, memoranda, manuals and advice provided by the Commissioner in respect of the issue(s) it addresses.

Where a change in legislation or case law (the law) affects the content of a public ruling, the change in the law overrides the public ruling—that is, the Commissioner will determine the tax liability or eligibility for a concession, grant or exemption, as the case may be, in accordance with the law.

The National Injury Insurance Agency, Queensland reports to the State Parliament through the Treasurer and prepares an annual report, as required by the National Injury Insurance Scheme (Queensland) Act 2016 and the Financial Accountability Act 2009.

The Annual Report 2016-17 details the performance, achievements, governance and financial position of the National Injury Insurance Agency, Queensland.

The Motor Accident Insurance Commission (MAIC) reports to the State Parliament through the Treasurer and prepares an annual report, as required by the Motor Accident Insurance Act 1994, National Injury Insurance Scheme (Queensland) Act 2016 and the Financial Accountability Act 2009.

The Annual Report 2016-17 details the performance, achievements, governance and financial position of MAIC and the Nominal Defendant.