Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2009 Week 15 Hansard (10 December) . . Page.. 5817..
The Department of Territory and Municipal Services has a Service Level Agreement with ACT Netball, which outlines the payment arrangements subject to meeting agreed development milestones.
All of the health related capital grants noted above are provided to Calvary Public Hospital under a Performance Agreement with the key deliverables being the completion of projects on time and budget as per the respective proposals and the facilitation of the provision of quality and safe health services.
There is no contract involved with the RDF grants as they are covered by legislation, specifically the Betting (ACTTAB Limited) Act 1964. However, capital funding from the RDF requires approval by the relevant Minister.
For the Sport and Recreation grants, there are Deeds of Grant between the Department of Territory and Municipal Services and the funding recipient.
Roads—Gungahlin Drive extension
(Question No 447)
Mr Seselja asked the Minister for Transport, upon notice, on 19 November 2009:
What is the estimated economic cost to the community of traffic delays associated with the duplication of the Gungahlin Drive Extension.
Mr Stanhope: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
The economic cost to the community of traffic delays associated with the duplication of Gungahlin Drive Extension has never been estimated. The costs would of course be the same if the GDE was being duplicated by a Liberal Government.
(Question No 448)
Mr Seselja asked the Treasurer, upon notice, on 19 November 2009:
(1) What involvement did officers from the Department of Treasury have in the development of the terms of reference for a consultant to be engaged to conduct the Review of ACT Supermarket Competition Policy.
(2) When did the Treasurer first become aware that the government intended to conduct the Review.
(3) When did the department first become aware of the Review.
(4) Did the Treasurer approve the terms of reference for the Review prior to John Martin being engaged by the Government.
(5) What contact did the department have with Federal Government departments or agencies in relation to the Review.