The Department of Local Government, Community Recovery and Resilience Annual Report 2013-14 underpins the department's commitment to accountability and transparency and to the state government's objectives for Queensland communities and local government.
In addition to providing the 2013-14 audited financial statements, the report highlights the department's achievements and its performance against objectives and provides insights into the department's future direction.
- Annual Report 2013-14 ( 1.4 MB)
Additional annual reporting requirements:
|Consultancy category||Expenditure $|
|Department of Local Government, Community Recovery and Resilience Capacity Building Support and Training Program Delivery||9216|
There was no overseas travel by officers of the department in the 2013-2014 financial year.
Queensland Cultural Diversity Policy
|Whole-of-Government core outcome|
|Core outcome||Performance indicators||Measure|
|Improved access to interpreters for clients when accessing services||Amount spent annually on interpreters engaged by department and government funded non-government organisations||Nil|
|Number of interpreters engaged annually by the department and government funded non-government organisations||Nil|
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