The 2017-18 Mid Year Fiscal and Economic Review (MYFER) provides an update on the State’s economic and fiscal position since the 2017-18 Budget and includes the Government’s commitments to further support Queenslanders.
Annual Report for 2016-17 regarding the management of customer complaints received by Queensland Treasury.
Qld Treasury commissioned a report to demonstrate the effect of recent government actions on electricity bills. ACIL Allen estimated these actions could save a typical household $210 in 2018/19. The scope of this report does not include announcements under the Affordable Energy Plan.
The Queensland Treasury Annual Report 2016-17 is an integral part of our corporate governance framework and one of the main tools we use to ensure we are accountable to the Queensland Parliament and the community about our activities.
The Queensland Treasury Annual Report 2015-16 is an integral part of our corporate governance framework and one of the main tools we use to ensure we are accountable to the Queensland Parliament and the community about our activities.
Gifts or benefits accepted by a public service employee remain the property of the agency unless the accountable officer for the agency determines it is appropriate for the recipient to retain the gift or benefit. Employees must declare given or received gifts and benefits and the agency must ensure that reportable gifts or benefits have been declared and published online within reportable timeframes.
The Under Treasurer’s Register shows gifts and benefits valued at more than $150 that have been given and received by Queensland Treasury and agency employees in a financial year. Items of cultural significance have been reported regardless of their value. The register is updated each quarter.
A statutory body should adopt a proactive approach in monitoring the appropriateness of its systems, operations and overall financial position and performance. In practical terms, the responsibility for monitoring the efficient, effective and economical financial and performance management of a statutory body will rest with a Board (or equivalent governing body).
The purpose of this guide is to provide an overview of some of the legislation, policies and guidance documents that may apply to the operation of Queensland statutory bodies. Please note that this is not an exhaustive list and agencies will need to consider the requirements of all applicable legislation and policies.
The purpose of this document is to assist departmental officers who have been tasked with establishing a statutory body. It outlines a number of the required steps involved, as well providing some useful contacts.
The purpose of the Guidelines for the Formation, Acquisition and Post Approval Monitoring of Companies is to outline the various issues that should be addressed by agencies in seeking the Treasurer’s approval under section 88 and section 88A of the Financial Accountability Act 2009. Under section 60 of the Financial and Performance Management Standard 2009, a department must have regard to the company guidelines in applying for the Treasurer's approval. The company guidelines reinforce the importance of establishing appropriate governance, accountability and monitoring frameworks for companies.
The Financial Accountability Handbook (the Handbook) has been designed to assist accountable officers and statutory bodies discharge their obligations under the Financial Accountability Act 2009 (the Act), the Financial and Performance Management Standard 2009 (the Standard), and the Financial Accountability Regulation 2009 (the Regulation).
The Audit Committee Guidelines: Improving Accountability and Performance have been prepared to assist agencies with the establishment and maintenance of audit committees. The guidelines were updated in June 2012 and a summary of significant changes has been provided, highlighting the major amendments from the December 2009 guidelines.
The Overview of Queensland’s Financial Accountability Framework has been prepared to provide information to all interested stakeholders about the financial accountability framework in Queensland, as it applies to departments and statutory bodies. It outlines processes and legislative requirements with respect to the annual State Budget and financial reporting by the whole of Government and individual departments and statutory bodies.
The financial management tools contain a number of examples and consideration points to assist agencies in assessing their obligations under the current financial legislation and Financial Accountability Handbook. The tools do not form part of the handbook and have been prepared to provide guidance only.
A Guide to Risk Management has been prepared as an information reference and contains the minimum principles and procedures of a basic risk management process.
The guide is not mandatory, however, application of the guide will encourage better practice.
The guide supports the requirements of the Financial Accountability Act 2009 and the Financial and Performance Management Standard 2009 and is consistent with the principles set out in AS/NZS ISO 31000:2009 Risk management – Principles and Guidelines.