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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: Week 8 Hansard (5 August) . . Page.. 3644..


directing appropriate award usage, (l) number of contracts where there is subcontracting occurring, (m) number of contracts with permission or non-permission clause for subcontracting and (n) number of contracts requiring award usage for subcontractors.

Mr Wood: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

(1) Much of this information is being prepared for the annual report of the Department of Urban Services and will be available in line with the Government's guidelines and timetable for production of that report.

Consultants

(Question No 1673)

Mr Smyth asked the Acting Minister for Health, upon notice, on 1 July 2004:

(1) In relation to contracts for the financial year 2003-04, for each agency the Minister is responsible, what is the (a) number of contracts, (b) number of consultants, (c) number of contractors, (d) number of labour hire firms, (e) number of contracts containing labour hire component, (f) number of contracts with no labour hire component, (g) types of services provided, (h) number of contracts needing extension after 2003: (i) numbers of each type of contract used, in the following categories: (i) standard, (ii) schedule of fees, (iii) quote/lump sum, (iv) invoice and (v) other, (j) number of services outsourced in the following categories (i) whole, (ii) in part or (iii) unidentified, (k) number of contracts directing appropriate award usage, (l) number of contracts where there is subcontracting occurring, (m) number of contracts with permission or non-permission clause for subcontracting and (n) number of contracts requiring award usage for subcontractors.

Mr Wood: The answer to the member's question is:

Much of this information is being prepared for the annual report, and will be available in line with the Government's guidelines and timetable for production of those reports.

In relation to the residual information, the Government is not prepared to invest the significant time required to address such questions.

Consultants

(Question No 1674)

Mr Smyth asked the Acting Minister for Planning, upon notice, on 1 July 2004:

(1) In relation to contracts for the financial year 2003-04, for each agency the Minister is responsible, what is the (a) number of contracts, (b) number of consultants, (c) number of contractors, (d) number of labour hire firms, (e) number of contracts containing labour hire component, (f) number of contracts with no labour hire component, (g) types of services provided, (h) number of contracts needing extension after 2003: (i) numbers of each type of contract used, in the following categories: (i) standard, (ii) schedule of fees, (iii) quote/lump sum, (iv) invoice and (v) other, (j) number of services outsourced in the following categories (i) whole, (ii) in part or (iii) unidentified, (k) number of contracts directing appropriate award usage, (l) number of contracts where there is subcontracting occurring, (m) number of contracts with permission or non-permission clause for subcontracting and (n) number of contracts requiring award usage for subcontractors.


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