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Case studies

  • Fund ignites fresh ideas

    The department’s commitment of $16.5 million is linking 119 ingenious small businesses with the capital they need to develop game-changing innovations.

  • New concessions service cuts time and confusion for seniors

    ‘Why can’t you just tell me what I am entitled to when I reach 65?’

  • Bright flickrs of success

    Fascinating behind-the-scenes looks at historical records earned Queensland State Archives (QSA) more than two million views across its social media channels in 2016–17.

  • Monitoring Queensland's air

    Thirty air-quality monitoring stations stretching around the state from Moranbah to Mackay are under the watchful care of the department’s Science Division.

  • Eve is the voice technology of the future

    Arriving at level 33 of 1 William Street—the department’s headquarters—is a new experience for visitors.

  • QSS proactively protecting customers

    As hackers and fraudsters become more sophisticated in their methods, Queensland Shared Services (QSS) has taken a proactive approach to safeguard the integrity of their processes and payments to vendors.

  • Building an inclusive workforce

    Creating the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Internship Program in 2016–17 was another important step towards building a diverse department that reflects the community we serve.

  • 1000 good reasons to move

    With most departments moving to 1 William Street under the Queensland Government’s long-term accommodation strategy, it was time for DSITI to also find a new home for almost 1000 employees.

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Last updated
9 October 2017
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