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Appointment of Local Commissioners to Family Responsibilities Commission
The Family Responsibilities Commission (FRC), a central feature of welfare reform, is a statutory body established under the Family Responsibilities Commission Act 2008. The FRC operates to restore local Indigenous authority and build stronger and more resilient communities by attaching behavioural obligations to the receipt of welfare payments. The FRC has comprised the Commissioner, the Deputy-

Appointments Racing Boards
The government made election commitments under its ‘Rejuvenating Queensland Racing’ policy and in its Six Month Action Plan to remove Racing Queensland Limited (RQL) as the control body for racing and establish an overarching Queensland All Codes Racing Industry Board (all-codes board), as well as establishing separate control boards for each code of racing. The primary function of the all-codes b

Destination Success 2014 State of the Industry Report
During 2013, the Queensland Government worked with tourism operators and industry representatives to develop a shared long-term vision for Queensland tourism, with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) megatrends research informing industry engagement. This research identified big changes ahead for the Queensland tourism industry. Launched in February 2014 by the

Environmental Protection and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2014
The Bill amends the Biological Control Act 1987, the Coastal Protection and Management Act 1995, the Environmental Offsets Act 2014, the Environmental Protection Act 1994, the Nature Conservation Act 1992, the Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011 and the Wet Tropics World Heritage Protection and Management Act 1993. The Bill amends the Environmental Protection Act to require auditor certificati

Family Responsibilities Commission Amendment Bill 2014
Welfare reform is an approach to community development that commenced in 2008 in the communities of Hope Vale, Aurukun, Mossman Gorge and Coen. It aims to restore local authority, build stronger and more resilient communities and change behaviours in response to chronic levels of welfare dependency, social dysfunction and economic exclusion. The key component of welfare reform is the Family Respon

Implementation of Government Commitments as at 30 June 2014
Each Government commitment has a specific Minister responsible for its delivery of the implementation of all Government Commitments. The delivery status of the Government Commitments is regularly published online at Cabinet noted the report for the Government Commitments progress report as at 30 June 2014. Attachments Progress Report for the Government Commitments as at

Memorandum of Understanding Qld and Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology
The Queensland Government has had a strategic science relationship with the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) through a Memorandum of Understanding (Memorandum) on scientific and technological collaboration since 2008. The Memorandum expired in March 2014. The renewal of the Memorandum for a further three-year period is intended to foster and provide support for increasing science

Qld NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) Implementation Plan 2014-16
On 8 May 2013, the Queensland Government signed a Heads of Agreement with the Australian Government for full implementation of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) to commence on 1 July 2016 and implemented by 1 July 2019. The Queensland Government will undertake a program of work to assist people with disability, the disability sector, government services and the workforce to prepare f

Queensland Plan Bill 2014
The Queensland Plan outlines the community’s 30-year vision for the State and was launched by the Premier on 31 July 2014. It was the outcome of an extensive community engagement process held throughout 2013, concluding in early March 2014. The Queensland Plan Bill 2014 provides for the development of a long-term plan, in this instance known as The Queensland Plan, and a supporting implementation

Re-establishing role of Surveyor-General in Queensland
The open data revolution is a key part of the government’s agenda to drive growth and job creation in Queensland. By making government data available, we will stimulate the development of new, innovative applications by government, private individuals, companies and non-government organisations. Queensland is one of the most progressive states in Australia in regards to spatial information, ‘Open