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QLD readies one stop shop project

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The Scenic Rim and Lockyer Valley regions will be used as a pilot for Queensland’s one-stop-shop project. According to the Queensland Government website, “For the rest of 2014, we will be working closely with these communities to develop a template for service delivery that will inform how we improve service delivery across the state.” The pilot will move through four stages including consultation, service trials and evaluation followed by state-wide delivery. QLD is following suit of NSW which has already built 16 Service NSW one-stop-shops around the State.

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Jurisdiction
  • QLD
Category
  • IT Services
Sector
  • Finance & Services
Tags
  • One stop shop
  • Service NSW