DJAG annual report 2022–23
The Department of Justice and Attorney-General annual report 2022–23 summarises our financial and corporate performance for 2022–23, and is an integral part of our corporate governance framework.
It is a key tool in ensuring we are accountable to stakeholders, Queensland Parliament and the community about our activities. It has been prepared to meet the needs of stakeholders and our department's accountability requirements under the Financial Accountability Act 2009.
You can also download Appendix 3 Addendum—Government bodies (statutory bodies and entities) and appointments which provides details for the Gambling Community Benefit Committee, Disaster Appeals Trust Fund Committee, Responsible Gambling Advisory Committee, Appeal Costs Board and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Group, which were active during part or all of the 2022–23 financial year.
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