Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2010 Week 5 Hansard (6 May) . . Page.. 2079..
(1) ACT Health administers two grants programs for one off projects with limited funding. Information can be found on the ACT Health web site at www.health.act.gov.au.
(2) The cost of administering the Health Promotion Grants program is $210,000.
The cost of administering the Health and Medical Research Support Program is $10,000.
(3) The total value of grants paid in 2009-2010 to 25 March 2010 is $1,911,816.
Our City, Our Community brochure
(Question No 940)
Mr Coe asked the Chief Minister, upon notice, on 25 March 2010:
In relation to the brochure Our City, Our Community: An annual summary of some important projects and initiatives delivered by the ACT Government delivered to Canberrans earlier this year, (a) was the document produced in-house or by a contractor, (b) what was the total cost of production, (c) what was the cost of printing, (d) how many copies were produced, (e) to whom was it distributed and by what means, (f) what was the cost of distribution, (g) did all people appearing in the brochure sign talent release forms, (h) were all people in the brochure photographs of Canberrans or people living in Canberra and (i) what agency/agencies paid for the costs.
Mr Stanhope: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
a) ACT Government Publishing Services managed the design and production of the Our City, Our Community newsletter. The printing, envelope overprint and processing was outsourced to local suppliers, and distribution was by Australia Post.
b) The total cost of production for the Newsletter was $65,779.45.
c) The total cost of printing the Newsletter was $30,668.
d) 160,000 copies of the Newsletter were produced.
e) All ACT householders including 'No Junk Mail', PO Boxes and roadside addresses received a copy of the Newsletter by Australia Post.
f) The cost of distribution of the Newsletter was $19,338.
g) Where appropriate all people appearing in the brochure consented to their photo being taken.
h) The majority of images are Canberrans or people living in Canberra at the time the photos were taken. Some images are from a photographic stock library.
i) The Chief Minister's Department paid for the total cost of the Newsletter.