Country Queensland

Our vision is for better public services for Queenslanders.

Our purpose is to provide valued, independent assurance and insights.

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What's new

25 September 2020

Many public sector entities own and manage large asset portfolios amounting to many millions (or billions) of dollars.

9 September 2020

In our recent Auditor-General’s insights report on audit committees in state government entities, we highlight the importance of audit committees and how they ca

3 September 2020

Risk appetite and risk tolerance continue to be important conversations in how the public sector applies risk management practices.

24 August 2020

Members of project steering committees for major digital transformation projects need to be appropriately qualified and experienced to help ensure a successful project.

Upcoming audits

Community safety is improved by the enforcement of strict controls on the possession of firearms. In 1996, the Commonwealth of Australia and states and territories established the National Firearms Agreement as a result of the Port Arthur massacre.

Audit Status:
To be tabled

The owner of a dam is responsible for its safety. Having a dam safety management program in place can minimise the risk of its failure, and the potential impact on human life and property.

Audit Status:
In progress

Queensland health entities manage a large asset base and are funding innovative clinical care programs. This puts pressure on their financial sustainability.

Audit Status:
Planned

In Queensland, most electricity is generated, transmitted, and distributed by state government-owned corporations and controlled entities. These include CS Energy, Stanwell, Powerlink, Energy Queensland, Ergon Energy, and 30 subsidiaries.

Audit Status:
Planned

Queensland’s seven transport entities play a critical role in delivering a single integrated transport network that connects Queensland’s people, and facilitates a growing economy.

Audit Status:
Planned

In Queensland, water is primarily used by households, agriculture, mining, electricity generation, tourism, and manufacturing industries.

Audit Status:
Planned

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