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The Queensland Government is now in caretaker mode until after the state election. Minimal updates will be made to this site until after the election results are declared.

Overview

View our organisational structure (PDF, 395KB) or select the 'larger version' link on the right side of this page.

Aims

We aim to:

  • develop and coordinate science and ICT policy across the Queensland Government
  • develop a whole-of-government approach on innovation as a key enabler of the knowledge economy
  • support and invest in research and development to meet the state's future challenges
  • build a strong relationship with key innovation and ICT industry stakeholders
  • improve government service delivery through efficient use of information and communications technology services and shared services
  • help Queensland businesses and consumers to benefit from current and emerging digital technologies and services
  • manage the state's intellectual property policy and assets.

Support

The department is supported by 2 key roles, the Queensland Government Chief Information Officer and the Queensland Chief Scientist, both of whom provide strategic advice to the minister, including advice on the implementation of government priorities.

It is our job to work closely with all other agencies to drive the government's priorities in research, science, innovation, technology, intellectual property and service delivery.

Organisational structure

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Last updated
07 November 2017
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