Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2004 Week 4 Hansard (30 March) . . Page.. 1289..
MR STANHOPE (continuing):
Bruce Kelly, dated 18 December 2002.
Diane Kargas, dated 27 February 2004.
Peter Gordon, dated 23 February 2004.
Brett Phillips, dated 17 February 2004.
John Paget, dated 25 February 2004.
Ron Shaw, dated 18 February 2004.
Schedule D variations:
Michael Harris, dated 5 March 2004.
Tim Keady, dated 1 March and 3 March 2004.
Tim Keady, dated 1 March 2004.
Julie McKinnon, dated 1 March 2004.
Gordon Davidson, dated 19 February 2004.
Tony Gill, dated 19 February and 24 February 2004.
Graeme Dowell, dated 24 November and 25 November 2003.
Joanne Howard, dated 12 March 2004.
I ask for leave to make a statement in relation to the contracts.
MR STANHOPE: Mr Speaker, these documents have been tabled in accordance with sections 31A and 79 of the Public Sector Management Act, which require the tabling of all executive contracts and contract variations. Contracts were previously tabled on 9 March 2004. Today, I have presented three long-term contracts, four short-term contracts and seven contract variations. The details of the contracts will be circulated to members.
Ministerial visit to the USA
Paper and statement by minister
MR QUINLAN (Treasurer, Minister for Economic Development, Business and Tourism, and Minister for Sport, Racing and Gaming): Mr Speaker, for the information of members, I present the following paper:
ACT Government Ministerial Delegation to USA-4 November to 17 November 2004-Report.
I ask for leave to make a statement.
MR QUINLAN: Last year, I led a delegation to the United States. The purpose of the trip was to support eight ACT businesses that were attending the ANZATech showcase in Silicon Valley, to partner with US economic development agencies to develop strategic partnerships and export channels to the US, and to meet with US officers of Canberra-based companies.
I was accompanied throughout the trip by my chief of staff, Mr House, and the director of BusinessACT, Mr Keogh. In addition, Ms Jacqui Burke, the shadow minister for