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Six months on, reshuffled shared services arrangements still face trouble in Queensland

by Paris Cowan •
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Nearly six months after the Queensland Government’s centralised shared services arrangement was split into three, the State’s outgoing Auditor-General says that weaknesses within internal controls continue to trouble the bodies charged with providing these services.

A PriceWaterhouseCoopers report into the State’s shared services set-up, conducted in the wake of...

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