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Annual Reports

The Queensland Parliamentary Service 2017-2018 Annual Report was tabled on 28 September 2018 and is available below-

2017-2018 Annual Report in full

Annual Report 2017-18 (PDF 15.5MB)

2017-2018  Annual Report by section

Report cover PDF 3mb
Contents page PDF 82kb
Message from the Speaker PDF 240kb
Clerk's report PDF 229kb
Our purpose PDF 1.1mb
Financial summary PDF 90kb
2017-18 Major highlights PDF 9.7mb
Objective 1 - Assembly and Committee support PDF 704kb
Objective 2 - Member support PDF 391kb
Objective 3 - Service provision PDF 184kb
Objective 4 - Improving awareness of the Parliament PDF 108kb
Reconciliation Action PDF 146kb
Corporate governance PDF 498kb
Management profiles PDF 142kb
Other information PDF 114kb
Financial statements PDF 37.2mb
Glossary PDF 88kb
Appendix - Annual report compliance PDF 134kb
Feedback form PDF 128kb

 

 

The Annual report requirements for Queensland government agencies' requires that the following additional information be published online.

 

1.  Consultancies 
2.  Overseas travel.

 

1. Consultancies

Consultancies contribute expertise as required by the Parliamentary Service. The following consultancy projects occurred in 2017-18:    

  • Building indexation report (GRC Quantity Surveyors) = $2,100

  • Land valuation (State Valuation Service) = $1,100

  • Audio Visual advisory services (Department of Housing & Public Works) = $7,410

  • CWPSC Legal professional fees (Ben McMillan) = $36,629

  • Information and Technology Services Specialised Advisory Services (U&U Pty Ltd) = $159,261

  • Head of Internal Audit (BDO) = $8,400

  • Internal audit (Protiviti) = $36,080

  • ICTMG – Independent board member (Technology Governance Services) = $4,320

  • Review of ITS backup environment (Aodhan Griffin) = $1,440

  • Sharepoint migration (Camulos) = $6,953

  • Robe restoration Gilbert Elliot (Studio 105) = $18,071

 

2. Overseas travel

Name of officer
(position)

Destination
(dates)

Reason for travel

Agency cost

Contribution

R. Hansen

(Committee Secretary)

Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
(10-13 July2017)

Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA)

$2,722.47

 

 

 

  

The Queensland Parliamentary Service 2016-17 Annual Report was tabled in September 2017 and is available below -

2016-2017 Annual Report in full

Annual Report 2016-17 (PDF 2.2MB)

2016-2017  Annual Report by section

 

The Annual report requirements for Queensland government agencies' requires that the following additional information be published online.

 

1.  Consultancies 
2.  Overseas travel.

 

1. Consultancies

 

Consultancies contribute expertise as required by the Parliamentary Service. The following consultancy projects occurred in 2016-17:    

  • Workplace investigation and reporting (Directors Australia) = $25,300
  • Financial and Administrative Services Review (Mawby Consulting) = $22,046
  • eDRMS Implementation (Corporate Information Management & Objective) = $101,560
  • eDRMS health checks (Corporate Information Management & Objective) = $9,500
  • Building valuation (GRC Quantity Surveyors) = $32,600
  • Land valuation (State Valuation Service) = $1,000
  • HR Coaching Sessions (OD Consulting) = $1,200
  • Parliament House/Annexe Condition assessment and report (Dept of Public Housing and Works) = $105,386
  • Head of Internal Audit (BDO) = $7,900
  • Audit Committee/Data diagnostic (Protivity) = $7,923
  • CWPSC Legal professional fees (Ben McMillan) = $206,109
  • QPS Survey Assessment Community Attitude (Australian National University) = $1,000
  • Preparation of selection enterprise (Technology Governance Services) = $1,710
  • Various Capital projects related (Dept of Public Housing and works) = $74,903
    TOTAL = $598,136

2. Overseas travel

 
Name of officer
(position)
Destination
(dates) 
Reason for travel Agency cost Contribution

J. Mathers
(Snr Parl Officer)

Montreal, Canada
15-19/05/2017
 CPA  3,590.28  1,758.56
E. Booth
(Committee Secretary)
Wellington, New Zealand
13/06 - 07/07/2016
Staff Exchange Program  1,196.72  

M. Ries
(Deputy Clerk)

Tonga
09-14/07/2016

Port Moresby, PNG
03-05/08/2016
 POCC


Pacific Parliamentary Partnerships
 1,930.21


285.03
 


3,985.67
N. Laurie
(Clerk)
London, England
18-28/11/2016
 CPA  14,879.22  
L. Clare
(First Clerk Assistant)
Cook Island
27/11-02/12/2016
 CPA  4,337.85  
J. Dewar
(Committee Secretary)
Pittsburgh, Chicago
11-21/02/2017
Select Committee  13,399.13  

  

 

The Queensland Parliamentary Service 2015-2016 Annual Report was tabled on 29 September 2016 and is available below-

2015-2016 Annual Report in full

Annual Report 2015-16 (PDF 4.5MB)

2015-2016  Annual Report by section

 

The Annual report requirements for Queensland government agencies' requires that the following additional information be published online.

1.  Consultancies
2.  Overseas travel.

 

1. Consultancies

Consultancies contribute expertise as required by the Parliamentary Service. The following consultancy projects occurred in 2015-2016:

  • Facilitation of Strategic Planning Workshop - $4,750

  • Employee Life Survey - $6,840

  • ITS Report & Workshop - $7,800

  • Property Services Facilities Management Review - $17,082

  • Review of IT network operation - $24,660

  • Committee Office Review - $6,600

  • WH&S Roadmap and Implementation - $2,188

  • Health Weight Management presentation - $428

 

2. Overseas travel

Name of officer
(position)

Destination
(dates)

Reason for travel

Agency cost

Contribution

M. Ries
(Deputy Clerk)
   
A. Honeyman (Research Director)

D. Cooper
(Research Director)

D. Jeffrey
(Research Director)

Wellington New Zealand
(8-22 Jan 2016)

Australia New Zealand Association of Clerks-at-the-Table (ANZACATT) conference.

$9,669.84        

N/A

K. Holden
(Research Director)

Wellington, New Zealand
(30 Sep - 3 Oct 2015)

Australasian Study of Parliament Group (ASPG) conference

$2,166.22

N/A

A. Groth
(Team Leader - Education and Liaison)

Wellington, New Zealand
(12-14 Oct 2015)

Australasian Parliamentary Educators' Conference

$2,198.70

N/A

M. Watkin
(Sergeant-at-Arms)

London, England
(27 - 31 Jul 2015)
Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) $5,157.31 N/A
 E. Booth
(Inquiry Secretary)

Wellington, New Zealand
(13 Jun - 7 Jul 2016)

Staff Exchange Program $7,048.32 N/A