The Queensland Government collects and manages personal information in accordance with the Information Privacy Act 2009.
The Act seeks to protect personal information which is collected, stored, used and disclosed in the delivery of government services and the conduct of government business.
Queensland Treasury complies with the 11 Information Privacy Principles (IPPs) detailed in the Act. These relate to the collection, storage, use and disclosure of personal information, which individuals may supply to us. We only collect information if it is necessary for us to provide a service to you, or to maintain our relationship with you. Any information we collect will not be used or disclosed other than for:
Information collected on Treasury websites
When you visit a Treasury website, our web measurement tools and server logs record information for statistical purposes only. This may include:
No attempt is or will be made to identify your personal details except in the event of an investigation when a law enforcement agency may exercise a warrant to inspect our server logs and web measurement tools.
If you have any general privacy and security queries about your dealings with this website, in the first instance please contact Treasury’s web team at firstname.lastname@example.org
How we treat emails
As a government agency any official email correspondence sent to our site will be treated as a public record and will be retained as required by the Public Records Act 2002 and other relevant regulations.
Our website support staff may monitor email messages. However, your name and address details will not be added to a mailing list, nor will we disclose these details to a third party without your consent unless required by law to do so. Treasury has email filtering software which blocks inappropriate material. The system generates an automatic message advising the originator and addressee that the message has been blocked.
Privacy complaints and review process
If you believe that Treasury or a member of our staff has not dealt with your personal information in accordance with the IPPs, you may make a complaint to the department. The complaint must be in writing, it must set out what occurred and what you consider to be the breach of the IPPs. You should make your complaint as soon as possible after the incident and within six months of the date when the breach was suspected to have occurred. You should include as much detail as possible about the incident.
You may send your complaints via email to email@example.com or in writing to:
Privacy Contact Officer
GPO Box 611
BRISBANE QLD 4001
Treasury will be acknowledge your complaint in writing within 10 business days. We will investigate each complaint within 45 business days of receipt and will advise you of the outcome of the investigation, including any remedies that are considered appropriate to resolve the complaint.
If you do not agree with the outcome of the investigation, you may apply to the Privacy Contact Officer to have the decision reviewed. Applications for review should be made in writing within 20 business days of receiving the initial decision.
In re-examining the complaint, Treasury will appoint a person who was not involved in the initial review to review the decision. The review will be completed within 20 business days of receipt of the application and the complainant will be notified in writing of the outcome.
The Privacy Contact Officer can provide more information about complaint handling procedures. The Privacy Contact Officer's telephone number is +61 7 3035 1863 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to know more about privacy please contact:
GPO Box 611
BRISBANE QLD 4001
Phone: +61 7 3035 1863