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Auditor-General Bill 2008
The public sector financial legislation in Queensland consists of the Financial Administration and Audit Act 1977 (the Act), and its subordinate legislation the Financial Management Standard 1997 and the Financial Administration and Audit Regulation 1995 (the Regulation).
Part 5 of the Act establishes the Office of the Queensland Audit Office (QAO) and defines the method, terms and conditions of a
Revenue and Other Legislation Amendment Bill (No. 2) 2008
Amendments are proposed to be made to the following legislation -
Duties Act 2001
Electricity Act 1994
First Home Owner Grant Act 2000
Fuel Subsidy Act 1997
Government Owned Corporations Act 1993
Integrated Planning Act 1997
Land Tax Act 1915
Liquor Act 1992
Liquor and Other Acts Amendment Act 2008
Pay-roll Tax Act 1971
Petroleum and Gas (Production and Safety) Act 2004
Racing Act 2002
Super SPS Amndt Bill 2009
The Bill ensures that, following the sale of a government asset, normally to private organisations, the employer is bound by the QSuper rules in relation to the superannuation conditions of the employees transferred as part of the sale.
The Bill provides for QSuper to accept employer contributions for spouse account holders, making QSuper’s arrangements consistent with other public sector and loca
Amended State Financial Institutions and Metway Merger Act_1996
The amendments to the State Financial Institutions and Metway Merger Facilitation Act 1996 (the Act) remove the requirement for directors of the Suncorp group of companies to be residents of Queensland (other than the managing director) as currently imposed under Part 6 of the Act.
The amendments also remove and extinguish the State’s guarantee of all insurance and indemnity obligations by Suncorp
The priority of the 2011-12 Budget is on funding recovery and restoration works following the natural disasters of late 2010 and early 2011. Measures to moderate the cost of living pressures on householders and to support key sectors such as construction and tourism are also a focus.
Major new expenditure initiatives approved in the 2011-12 Budget include:
funding to implement the Flying Start su
Qld Govt response to Finance and Administration Committee Report No. 12
In February 2012, the Finance and Administration Committee tabled its Report No. 12 entitled Review of Auditor-General’s Report No. 9 of 2011 – Acquisition and Public Access to the Museum, Art Gallery and Library Collections.
The Finance and Administration Committee made a total of six recommendations which covered the areas of a Cultural Centre strategy, performance measures, regional engagement
2013-14 State Budget
The 2013-14 Budget is the second LNP Budget.
The restoration of the State’s finances remains a key priority for the Government.
The 2013-14 Budget was framed in the context of a difficult external environment and the need to fund the costs of natural disasters.
The Revenue and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2013 included measures to give effect to the 2013-14 Budget. The Bill also inclu
Treasury and Trade Legislation Amendment Bill 2013
The Treasury and Trade and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2013:
repeals unused Acts, removes redundant provisions, corrects typographical errors and omissions and clarifies and streamlines Acts as administered by Queensland Treasury and Trade;
makes technical amendments to the Motor Accident Insurance Act 1994 including an amendment to ensure that the Queensland Police Service and other governme
Appropriation Bill (No.2) 2013
Section 35 of the Financial Accountability Act 2009 provides that if expenditure from the Consolidated Fund exceeds the amount approved by annual appropriation (known as unforeseen expenditure), the Governor in Council, on the recommendation of the Treasurer, may authorise the expenditure within four weeks of the end of the financial year. Unforeseen expenditure must also be formally approved by
Appropriation Bill (No. 2) 2015 and Appropriation (Parliament) Bill (No. 2) 2015
The Financial Accountability Act 2009 (the FA Act) contains statutory processes for the finalisation of departmental appropriations at the end of the financial year.
Section 35 of the FA Act provides that should expenditure from the Consolidated Fund exceed the amount approved by annual appropriation, the Governor in Council, on the recommendation of the Treasurer, may authorise the expenditure.