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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2001 Week 5 Hansard (1 May) . . Page.. 1291..


Question put:

That this bill be agreed to in principle.

The Assembly voted-

 	Ayes 14  			Noes 1

 Mr Berry  	Mr Moore                  Ms Tucker
 Mrs Burke  	Mr Quinlan  
 Mr Corbell  	Mr Rugendyke    
 Mr Cornwell  	Mr Smyth  
 Mr Hargreaves  Mr Stanhope
 Mr Hird  	Mr Stefaniak
 Mr Humphries  	Mr Wood
Question so resolved in the affirmative.

Bill agreed to in principle.

Leave granted to dispense with the detail stage.

Bill agreed to.

Court Security Bill 2000

Detail stage

Clauses 1 to 4.

Debate resumed from 1 March 2001.

Debate (on motion by Ms Tucker ) adjourned to the next sitting.

Government Procurement Bill 2001

Debate resumed from 1 March 2001, on motion by Mr Humphries:

That this bill be agreed to in principle.

MR QUINLAN (12.25): The opposition will be supporting the passage of this bill unamended. It is the product of the deliberation of the select committee on procurement. The board that is established has review powers, powers to set guidelines and powers to monitor. We think it is a constructive move.

The only departure from the original report by the select committee that I can divine is in the structure of the board. I think the committee recommended that we not have private sector people on the board, given that they may be interacting with government. But the board is balanced, with three public sector employees, and clause 20 covers disclosure of interest. We are prepared to live with that and to support the bill.


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