Open data strategies
The Queensland Government is committed to building a trusted data ecosystem that makes important and non-sensitive data open for anyone to access, use and share.
The Queensland Government Open Data Policy Statement was drafted with input from businesses, academia, industry associations and the community. It provides a direction for open data to meet the needs of all Queenslanders.
The Australian Government also has a Public Data Policy Statement which provides direction for Australian Government open data.
Agencies are currently working to update their open data strategies. The new strategies will incorporate the direction provided in the Open Data Policy Statement. The new strategies will also reflect Machinery of Government changes as outlined in the Administrative Arrangement Orders.
The links below will be updated to reflect new agency strategies as they become available.
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships
- Agriculture and Fisheries
- Child Safety, Youth and Women
- Communities, Disability Services and Seniors
- Employment, Small Business and Training
- Environment and Science
- Fire and Emergency Services (PDF)
- Housing and Public Works
- Innovation, Tourism Industry Development and the Commonwealth Games
- Justice and Attorney-General
- Local Government, Racing and Multicultural Affairs
- Natural Resources, Mines and Energy
- Premier and Cabinet
- Public Safety Business Agency
- Queensland Corrective Services
- Queensland Health
- Queensland Police Service
- State Development, Tourism and Innovation
- State Library of Queensland
- Transport and Main Roads
Statutory bodies are not required to maintain an open data strategy. However, some are available by searching for ‘open data strategy’ on publications.qld.gov.au.