Compliance and audit reports

OIC monitors and reports on agency compliance with the RTI Act and the IP Act by conducting audits, reviews and surveys of government departments, local governments, statutory authorities, government owned corporations and universities, in order to measure the extent to which the agencies have achieved the right to information and information privacy reforms. Under the RTI Act, OIC reports on review outcomes to the Parliamentary Committee for Legal Affairs and Safety Committee (LASC), and under the IP Act, reports can be sent to the Speaker for tabling in the Legislative Assembly.

Latest report

Minimum reporting requirements: Personal interests, gifts and benefits, overseas travel

On 18 June 2021, the Chair of the Legal Affairs and Safety parliamentary committee tabled our report of Minimum reporting requirements: Personal interests, gifts and benefits, overseas travel.

The report outlines what information ministers, Queensland Government departments and their executives, local governments and councillors must disclose about their personal interests, gifts and benefits, and overseas travel.

To effectively support open and transparent government, the published information should be easy to access, meaningful and timely.

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