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    Government relationships

    The Queensland Government, through the Department of the Premier and Cabinet, works with Australian and international governments to develop a range of collaborative programs and initiatives.

    Council for the Australian Federation
    The Council for the Australian Federation (CAF) brings together Premiers and Chief Ministers from across Australia to support our national system of government and enhance essential services for all Australians.

    Council of Australian Governments
    The Council of Australian Governments (COAG) is the leading intergovernmental forum in Australia. It facilitates cooperative action of Australian governments and develops and manages a range of national policy reform issues.

    National Exchange of Criminal History Information
    This Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) allows Australian jurisdictions to share an expanded range of criminal history information for child-related employment screening, to better protect Australian children.

    Cross-border collaboration
    Queensland and NSW have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to strengthen cross-border arrangements and improve responses to natural disasters in both states.

    Queensland-Papua New Guinea Memorandum of Understanding
    Queensland has signed a four-year Memorandum of Understanding with Papua New Guinea, outlining key priority areas of cooperation between the two governments.

    Principles for Intergovernmental Activities
    The Queensland Government’s principles, guiding Queensland Government involvement in intergovernmental activities.

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    Last updated:
    3 August, 2018
    Last reviewed:
    3 August, 2018