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Governance and resources

Queensland Government infrastructure governance

Investing in the right infrastructure at the right time underpins economic growth and social outcomes, supports jobs and creates long-term prosperity for all Queenslanders.

Business Case Development Framework

The Business Case Development Framework ensures a consistent and rigorous approach to proposal development, enabling decision-makers to compare investment opportunities.

Strategic Asset Management Plan framework

This framework will assist government departments and statutory authorities prepare strategic asset management plans.

Total Asset Management Plan Framework

The Total Asset Management Plan (TAMP) Framework is the whole-of-government policy for managing Queensland Government assets.

Local government infrastructure

The Queensland Government helps local governments plan and provide infrastructure for their communities. Local government infrastructure includes water supply and reticulation, sewage treatment, local roads, stormwater management, parks and community facilities.

Federal and state cooperation

The department is the backbone of Queensland Government infrastructure policy and planning, engaging with the Australian Government on several matters.

Last updated: 05 Apr 2024