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    SDPC reviews Dept Employment and Industrial Relations and WHS Regulation
    In June 2008, the Service Delivery and Performance Commission (SDPC) completed a performance review of the Department of Employment and Industrial Relations (DEIR) and a review of the roles and responsibilities of Queensland Government agencies in the administration of workplace health and safety (WHS) regulation as part of its 2007-2008 Work Program. The review of DEIR found that the Department h

    SDPC Reviews Queensland Transport and Dept Main Roads and RoadTek
    Between October 2007 and June 2008, the Service Delivery and Performance Commission undertook reviews of the Department of Transport and the Department of Main Roads as part of its 2007-2008 Work Program. The purpose of these reviews was to improve service delivery and performance management in these departments. In addition, the review of the Department of Main Roads also examined whether the

    SDPC Review of Police
    In June 2008, the Service Delivery and Performance Commission (SDPC) completed a performance review of the Queensland Police Service. The review found many positives, including a strong service delivery culture, significant progress in raising professionalism and ethical practice, and a strong commitment to training supporting the health and well-being of officers. Areas identified as needing impr

    SDPC Review of PAMDA
    The former Service Delivery and Performance Commission conducted a review of the Property Agents and Motor Dealers Act 2000 and produced a report on the review entitled ‘Report on the Review of Regulatory Reform (Phase 2) – Property Agents and Motor Dealers Act 2000 (the Report). The purpose of the review was to identify the major regulatory features of the Property Agents and Motor Dealers Act 20

    Toward Q2 - Tomorrow's Queensland next steps
    In September 2008, Toward Q2: Tomorrow’s Queensland (Q2) was released as the Government’s blueprint for the future. The policy outlines five ambitions and 10 targets for a strong, green, smart, healthy and fair Queensland by 2020. The major phase of community consultation was completed in December 2008. All ideas generated by the community have been posted on the Q2 website. A Toward Q2 Communit

    Development Assessment Monitoring and Performance Implementation Plan
    Cabinet – October 2009 Development Assessment Monitoring and Performance Implementation Plan Minister for Infrastructure and Planning In February 2009, the Deputy Premier and then Minister for Infrastructure and Planning announced the implementation of an annual report for development assessments in Queensland. The first report is due to be published in late 2010 based on information collected

    govt Response to PAPWC report no 10
    Two Auditor General reports to Parliament in 2008 (Reports No. 1 and No. 9) covered the issue of annual reporting, and the former Public Accounts Committee had agreed to further investigate the issues identified in these reports. The Public Accounts and Public Works Committee (PAPWC) resolved to continue with this inquiry and released a discussion paper in November 2009 outlining details of the i

    Parl Services Amend Bill 2011 PAPWC rep no 7
    In August 2009, the Government released the Integrity and Accountability in Queensland discussion paper to promote public discussion on improving Queensland’s integrity and accountability framework. The consultation on the paper highlighted the importance of the Legislative Assembly possessing and maintaining a high standard of scrutiny over the legislative process. In response to this feedback

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