The Queensland Productivity Commission is the State's independent economic review body established to review complex economic and regulatory issues and propose policy reforms to government.
The Treasurer has asked the QPC to undertake an inquiry into Queensland’s manufacturing sector, including a review of reshoring initiatives. The inquiry will identify policy options to improve the productivity and competitiveness of the manufacturing sector in Queensland.
Current stage: Draft ReportRead more
Investments by governments, the private sector and not for profit organisations significantly affect the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Queensland’s remote and discrete communities.
Current stage: Consultation paperRead more
Consultation on the Draft Report will be undertaken in July - September.
Directions for the Commission
The Queensland Government provides the QPC with directions for inquiry topics as well as regulatory and competitive neutrality reviews.Learn more
The Queensland Government established the Office of Best Practice Regulation (OBPR) to assist agencies in applying effective and rigorous regulatory impact analysis (RIA) as part of their standard policy development process.Learn more Lodge assessment