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    Brokering Balance
    Cabinet – April 2009 Government Response to Report: Brokering Balance: A Public Interest Map for Queensland Government Bodies - An Independent Review of Queensland Government Boards, Committees and Statutory Authorities. Premier and Minister for the Arts On 12 March 2008, the Premier announced that Ms Simone Webbe and Professor Patrick Weller AO had been appointed as the independent reviewers of

    Implementation of Govt Response to Brokering Balance Public Interest Map for Govt Bodies
    The Government Response to Brokering Balance: A Public Interest Map for Queensland Government Boards, Committees and Statutory Authorities approved that the Public Interest Map be the public sector governance model for improving the relevance, economy, efficiency, effectiveness and accountability for non-departmental Government bodies in Queensland. The Public Interest Map (PIM) policy consists of

    Women on Boards - Progress and Future Directions
    The Women on Boards strategy (the Strategy) establishes that where possible 50 per cent of new appointees to Queensland Government bodies should be women. The Strategy aims to increase the number of female new appointees to Government boards. Key components of the Strategy are: active recruitment of women with skills that match board requirements; increased Ministerial and Executive leadership;

    Women on Boards Strategy - Stage 2
    The Queensland Government has previously committed to increasing the numbers of women on Queensland Government boards, committees and councils. In 2006, the Government endorsed the Women on Boards Strategy, with the primary aim that, where possible, 50 per cent of new appointees to Queensland Government bodies should be women. There are compelling reasons for achieving greater gender diversity in

    Appointment to the Qld Art Gallery Board of Trustees
    Under section 19 of the Queensland Art Gallery Act 1987, the Queensland Art Gallery Board of Trustees functions are to include control, manage and maintain the Queensland Art Gallery; to minister to the needs of the community in the visual arts by displaying works of art, promoting artistic taste through the illustration of the history and development of the visual arts, providing educational or c

    Three year assessment of all Government Bodies 2012
    The Queensland Cabinet Handbook (the Cabinet handbook) requires Departments to assess all existing Government bodies every three years to ensure that they are operating effectively against their terms of reference or the functions for which they were established. The Cabinet handbook also requires Ministers to inform the Premier, in writing, that all bodies in their portfolio have been assessed an

    Appointment of the Boards of ENERGEX Limited and Stanwell Corp Ltd
    ENERGEX Limited and Stanwell Corporation Limited are Government Owned Corporations (GOCs). The Boards of GOCs are established under the Government Owned Corporations Act 1994. Directors resigned from the respective boards resulting in a number of vacancies. Cabinet endorsed recommending to the Governor in Council the appointment of the following persons as Directors to the Board of ENERGEX Limit

    Appointment of the Boards of Far North Qld Ports Corp Ltd and Gladstone Ports Corp Ltd
    Far North Queensland Ports Corporation Limited and Gladstone Ports Corporation Limited are Government Owned Corporations (GOCs). The Boards of GOCs are established under the Government Owned Corporations Act 1994. Vacancies exist for the positions of Chair for each of these boards. Cabinet endorsed recommending to the Governor in Council the appointment of the following persons for a term commen

    Appt to the Board of the Building Construction Industry Training Fund
    The Building and Construction Industry Training Fund (BCITF) was established as the Centre of Excellence for the building and construction industry in July 2007. The Centre of Excellence represents a partnership model between industry and government to address skills and workforce development needs within the industry. The BCITF now trades as Construction Skills Queensland with funds generated by

    Appointment of Chairpersons of GOCs
    ENERGEX Limited, Ergon Energy Corporation Limited, Queensland Electricity Transmission Corporation Limited, CS Energy Limited and Stanwell Corporation Limited are Government Owned Corporations (GOCs). The Boards of GOCs are established under the Government Owned Corporations Act 1994. The chairs of the above Boards resigned. Cabinet endorsed recommending to the Governor in Council the appointmen

    Appt to the Valuers Registration Board of Qld
    The Valuers Registration Board of Queensland was established in February 1966 under the Valuers Registration Act 1965 and continues under section 5 of the Valuers Registration Act 1992. The primary functions of the Board are: to protect the public by registering valuers of land and maintaining a roll of registered valuers; to authorise the investigation of complaints in relation to the conduct of

    Remuneration Procedures for part-time chairs and members of Government bodies
    Queensland Government bodies range in scale and character from advisory committees providing policy advice on discrete areas of government policy to governing boards overseeing multi-million dollar government trading enterprises. Where appropriate, remuneration for membership of government boards and committees is a way to acknowledge the contribution of community members of the boards and committ

    Appointments to South Bank Corporation Board
    South Bank Corporation is a statutory corporation established under the South Bank Corporation Act 1989 (the Act). Its principal function is to promote, facilitate, carry out and control development within the South Bank Corporation area, and includes providing for a diverse range of recreational, cultural and educational pursuits for visitors. The Act provides that the corporation must have a Bo

    Women on Boards initiatives
    Under one-third (31 per cent) of people serving on Queensland Government bodies are women. The introduction of a suite of Women on Boards initiatives to increase women’s representation on Queensland Government bodies and community and business sector boards will support gender equality in Queensland. The absence of initiatives to achieve gender equality significantly reduces the Queensland Governm

    Appointments to South Bank Corporation
    South Bank Corporation is a statutory corporation established under the South Bank Corporation Act 1989 (the Act). Its principal function is to promote, facilitate, carry out and control development with in the South Bank Corporation area, and includes providing for a diverse range of recreational, cultural and educational pursuits for visitors. The Act provides that the corporation must have a B

    Appointments to Government Owned Corporations
    The Boards of Government owned corporations (GOCs) are established under the Government Owned Corporations Act 1993 (GOC Act) and are responsible for overseeing the activities of GOCs to optimise their value by exercising sound commercial judgement. Under section 89(1) of the GOC Act, directors of GOCs are appointed by the Governor in Council. There are currently two vacancies on each of the Port

    Appointments to Queensland Competition Authority Board
    The Queensland Competition Authority (QCA) is an independent statutory authority consisting of members appointed by the Governor in Council. It is established under the Queensland Competition Authority Act 1997 (QCA Act). As the State’s independent economic regulator, the QCA’s primary role is to ensure monopoly businesses operating in Queensland, particularly in the provision of key infrastruct

    Appointments to Board of Architects of Queensland
    The Board of Architects of Queensland (the Board) is established under the Architects Act 2002 (the Act) to maintain a register of registered architects; protect the public interest by ensuring only competent, qualified persons practice as registered architects; ensure registered architects maintain appropriate technical and professional standards; investigate complaints against architects and ins

    Appointments to Surveyors Board of Queensland
    The Surveyors Board of Queensland is an independent statutory body whose purpose is to maintain public confidence in the surveying profession by ensuring surveys are carried out by registrants in a professional and competent way. The major functions of the Surveyors Board of Queensland include prescribing competency frameworks for surveyors; assessing applications for all categories of registratio

    Appointments to Valuers Registration Board of Queensland
    The Valuers Registration Board of Queensland (the Board) was established under the Valuers Registration Act 1965 and continues under section 5 of the Valuers Registration Act 1992. The Board’s main functions are to: protect the public through the registration of valuers; authorise the investigation of complaints about the conduct of registered valuers; take disciplinary action and commence proceed

    Appointment to Library Board of Queensland
    The Library Board of Queensland is established under the Libraries Act 1988 (the Act). The Board has the functions conferred on it under section 20 of the Act. In summary, the Board’s functions are: to promote the advancement and effective operation and co-ordination of public libraries of all descriptions throughout the State; to encourage and facilitate the use of public libraries; to control

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    12 May, 2016

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