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    The Queensland Compact
    In Queensland the total funding expended on service provision, through non-government organisations, across all service types, increased from $660 million in 2003-2004 to $924 million in 2007-2008 (not including capital grants). Many organisations receive funding from multiple government agencies. Compacts are non-legally binding, future-focussed agreements which commit participating organisatio

    Output Funding and Reporting in the Department of Communities
    In 2008-09, 2400 non-government community service organisations received over $1.3 billion in funding across disability, community care, child safety, homelessness, housing, community, sport and recreation, and youth justice services The Department of Communities is implementing output funding and reporting for new service agreements with its funded NGOs from 1 July 2010. Existing service agreemen

    One Funding System for Better Services Bill 2011
    The Queensland Government provides financial and other assistance to non-government entities and local governments for a variety of purposes and activities, including the arts, research, education, the environment, community infrastructure and facilities, and the delivery of social and human services. The One Funding System for Better Services Bill 2011 proposes a single set of laws for regulati

    Social and human services investment blueprint
    The Queensland Government’s response to the Commission of Audit Final Report, transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme and the Government’s response to the Child Protection Commission of Inquiry Final Report, are driving a significant reform agenda for the Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services portfolio. In 2013–14, the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disabili

    Communities Legislation (Funding Red Tape Reduction) Amendment Bill 2014
    The Communities Legislation (Funding Red Tape Reduction) Amendment Bill 2014 amends the existing laws to remove all unnecessary red tape, yet retain essential safeguards. It does this by repealing the Family Services Act 1987 (FSA), removing parts of the Disability Services Act 2006 (DSA) that duplicate the Community Services Act 2007 (CSA), and reducing and amending the CSA. The Bill will: pro

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    12 May, 2016

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