- Complaints management
- Housing strategy
- Human Services Quality Framework
- Information privacy
- Open data
- Queensland Government Enterprise Architecture (QGEA)
- Queensland State Archives (QSA)
We welcome your compliments, complaints, or any other feedback that will help us improve our services.
For information about how we handle complaints, read the:
Read the public interest disclosures for information relating to public interest disclosures including complaints involving suspected corrupt conduct.
Public interest disclosures
For information relating to public interest disclosures (including complaints involving suspected corrupt conduct), read the:
- Prevention and Management of Corrupt Conduct and Public Interest Disclosure Policy (PDF, 500.33 KB)
- Prevention and Management of Corrupt Conduct and Public Interest Disclosure Procedure (PDF, 497.51 KB).
The Queensland Housing Strategy 2017-2027 is a 10-year framework driving key reforms and targeted investment across the entire housing continuum.
The strategy redefines how the Queensland Government will deliver housing to support urban renewal, generate new jobs, provide affordable housing and drive innovative housing design that responds to contemporary housing needs.
Human Services Quality Framework
The Human Services Quality Framework (HSQF) is a system for assessing and promoting improvement in the quality of human services.
The HSQF applies to a range of human service providers delivering services in Queensland including:
- organisations funded to deliver human services under service agreements, or other specified arrangements, with the following participating Queensland Government departments:
- Department of Children, Youth Justice and Multicultural Affairs (DCYJMA)
- Department of Communities, Housing and Digital Economy (DCHDE)
- Department of Justice and Attorney-General (DJAG)
- Department of Seniors, Disability Services and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships (DSDSATSIP)
- organisations funded to deliver child protection placement services in-scope of licensing under an Individualised Placement and Support Agreement (IPSA) with DCYJMA
- organisations funded by Queensland Health that have been advised by Queensland Health that they can use HSQF to meet quality requirements.
The Human Services Quality Framework (PDF, 5.5MB) describes how HSQF applies to in-scope organisations and services.
The HSQF is administered by the Department of Seniors, Disability Services and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships (DSDSATSIP) for participating Queensland Government departments.
For detailed information about HSQF, including guides and resources, please visit the HSQF website.
The Queensland Government collects and manages personal information held in government in accordance with Information Privacy Act 2009. The primary intent of the legislation is to protect the personal information collected and used in the delivery of government services and the conduct of government business.
The Open Data Strategy refers to the department’s plan to deliver the Queensland Government’s Open Data Initiative, which the department is responsible for leading. The Government’s commitment to open data is outlined in the Queensland Government Open Data Policy Statement.
Queensland Government Enterprise Architecture (QGEA)
The QGEA policies, frameworks and guidelines relating to digital, ICT-enabled and ICT initiative governance and assurance are available.
Queensland State Archives (QSA)
The Records governance policy sets out the principles Queensland Government agencies and public authorities have to follow to meet minimum recordkeeping requirements.
Read the QSA Service Charter for more information, resources and contact details.
- Last updated:
- 4 January 2022