The Queensland Treasury Annual Report 2022-23 is an integral part of our corporate governance framework, detailing our achievements, performance and financial position for the 2022–23 financial year.
The Queensland Treasury Strategic Waste Reduction and Recycling Plan outlines the department’s waste management practices. It has been developed in accordance with the Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011 and the State’s waste management strategy: Waste – Everyone’s responsibility: Queensland Waste Avoidance and Resource Productivity Strategy (2014-2024).
Our Queensland Treasury Strategic Plan 2023–2027 outlines how we will achieve our vision of a strong economy for all Queenslanders. It reflects our purpose to drive government priorities through our expert advice and services. Our objectives aim to grow the Queensland economy and create jobs, deliver fiscal sustainability, empower our workforce for the future and drive public sector improvement.
The strategic plan sets the parameters for operational planning and forms part of the Queensland Treasury Planning Framework.
These annual financial statement requirements include the Minimum Reporting Requirements and assist agencies in the preparation of their financial statements. The requirements provide updates on new and revised accounting policies and standards and additional guidance and advice on the application of such policies and standards.
The Treasurer and Minister for Trade and Investment, the Honourable Cameron Dick MP, tabled the 2023-24 Queensland Budget in Parliament on Tuesday 13 June 2023.
The Build to Rent Discussion Paper considers a range of opportunities to be explored that support more affordable housing for Queenslanders.
Built upon outcomes of the Queensland Government’s October 2022 Housing Summit, today’s update is seeking feedback from industry and interested parties, especially a range of opportunities, including an action to explore potential changes to regulatory settings to facilitate and incentivise housing supply, and consider the merit of land tax concessions that deliver affordable housing.
These guidelines provide for requirements for GOC chief and senior executive employment arrangements.
This document outlines shareholding Ministers’ expectations for consultation on proposed public submissions by Government owned corporations (GOCs).
The Cost of Capital Principles provide a framework for the calculation of cost of capital for Government Owned Corporations (GOCs).
Government Owned Corporations (GOCs) need reporting and approval requirements for financial arrangements that facilitate the pursuit of commercial objectives. This Code of Practice outlines approval requirements and guidelines within which GOCs must operate in entering into financial arrangements. The Code applies to all GOCs declared under the GOC Act (except QIC Limited) and their subsidiaries.
This updated guidance clarifies the supplementary Key Management Personnel (KMP)-related remuneration disclosures that will continue to be required of GOCs beyond the requirements applied by AASB 124 for reporting periods beginning on or after 1 July 2013.
The follow information is intended as a guide, not a direction, on provisions GOC subsidiary Constitutions should contain. Adherence to the guide will facilitate shareholding Minister approvals relating to GOC subsidiaries.
The Investment Guidelines for Government Owned Corporations (the guidelines) set out the key principles for Government Owned Corporations (GOCs) to adopt when undertaking investment and other such related activities within the scope outlined below, ensuring that shareholding Ministers’ requirements are met while still enabling GOCs to pursue commercial effectiveness in their business activities and enhance shareholder value.
Guidelines for port Government-owned corporations to use prior to issuing harbour towage licences.
These guidelines assist GOCs in considering opportunities for the potential export of their services, whilst recognising the interests and tolerances of shareholding Ministers.
This document provides a framework of broad principles to apply to Government Owned Corporations (GOCs). This policy is designed to provide guidance and/or direction for the negotiation of agreements, conduct of industrial relations and application of certain government industrial relations policies.