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Policy & governance

  • Moving Ahead strategy

    “Moving Ahead: A strategic approach to increasing the participation of Aboriginal people and Torres Strait Islander people in Queensland’s economy 2016-2022” is the new whole-of-government strategy to improve economic participation outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Queenslanders.

  • Queensland Indigenous Procurement Policy

    The Queensland Indigenous (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Procurement Policy provides a whole-of-government framework to increase procurement with Indigenous businesses.

  • Building and Construction Training Policy

    The Building and Construction Training Policy promotes, encourages and creates skills development, employment and business opportunities for Aboriginal people and Torres Strait Islanders in relation to Queensland Government building and civil construction projects.

  • Alcohol Management Plan

    The Queensland Government is committed to working with Indigenous communities to review Alcohol Management Plans.

  • Welfare reform

    The state government has committed to work with the federal government, the Cape York Institute for Policy and Leadership and local leaders on welfare reforms in 4 Cape York communities: Aurukun, Hope Vale, Coen and Mossman Gorge.

Corporate publications

  • Strategic Plan

    The Department of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships’ 2017-2021 Strategic Plan articulates our vision, values and guiding principles, and shows how we will contribute to delivering on the Government’s objectives for the community.

  • Annual Report

    The annual report provides an account of the operational and financial performance of the department, as well as an overview of our priorities for the financial year.

  • Disability Service Plan

    Our Disability Service Plan clearly demonstrates how our department will continue to work closely with its strategic partners to build a fairer, more inclusive Queensland where people with disability, their families and carers are able to access the same opportunities on the same basis as everyone else.