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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 1996 Week 4 Hansard (18 April) . . Page.. 1095..


ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ON NOTICE

MR MOORE: Mr Speaker, I would like to raise a matter under standing order 118A. I draw attention to the issue of question on notice No. 158, which was asked of Mr Humphries quite some time ago and which has not yet been answered. I ask him to account for that under that standing order.

MR HUMPHRIES: Mr Speaker, Mr Moore's thought processes are too apparent, because someone has picked that up and I have the answer right here.

Mr Moore: I actually spoke to Stephen and told him that I was going to do it.

MR HUMPHRIES: Your thought processes are very apparent when you speak to Stephen. Mr Speaker, I do have the answer here. I have not yet read it through myself; but I will do so and, if it is satisfactory, I will table it in a short while.

AUSTRALIAN FUTSAL DELEGATION TO ARGENTINA AND BRAZIL
Paper

MRS CARNELL (Chief Minister) (3.25): Mr Speaker, for the information of members, I present the Report of the ACT Government's Participation in an Australian Futsal Delegation to Argentina and Brazil, 13 to 25 January 1996. I move:

That the Assembly takes note of the paper.

Question resolved in the affirmative.

PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGEMENT ACT - EXECUTIVE CONTRACTS
Papers

MRS CARNELL (Chief Minister) (3.26): Mr Speaker, for the information of members and pursuant to section 31A of the Public Sector Management Act 1994, I present copies of the contracts made with Mr John Turner, Ms Cheryl Vardon, Mr David Butt, Mr Tim Keady, Mr Mark Baker, Ms Linda Webb, Ms Annabelle Pegrum and Ms Rosemary Walsh. I move:

That the Assembly takes note of the papers.

Mr Speaker, I present eight executive contracts made under the Public Sector Management Act 1994. Five contracts relate to the chief executive officers in Urban Services; Education and Training; Health and Community Care; Business, the Arts, Sport and Tourism; and the Attorney-General's Department. Three contracts are for


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