Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2010 Week 6 Hansard (24 June) . . Page.. 2492..
(Question Nos 635 and 636)
Mr Seselja asked the Minister for the Environment, Climate Change and Water and the Minister for Energy, upon notice, on 18 March 2010:
(1) What measures, in the Minster's portfolio, are being undertaken in 2009-10 to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
(2) What is the (a) budgeted cost of each measure in 2009-10 and (b) actual cost to date in 2009-10 of each measure referred to in part (1).
(3) How many tonnes of greenhouse gases have been abated by the implementation of each measure in 2009-10 to date.
(4) What measures are the Government taking in each portfolio to reduce water consumption.
(5) What is the (a) budgeted cost of each measure in 2009-10 and (b) actual cost to date in 2009-10 of each measure referred to in part (4).
(6) How much water has each measure saved to date in 2009-10.
Mr Corbell: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1-6) Comparative information of greenhouse emissions, water consumption and other aspects of departmental resource usage will be reported in the Ecologically Sustainable Development section of the Department's 2009-10 Annual Report.
(Question No 646)
Mr Seselja asked the Chief Minister, upon notice, on 18 March 2010:
(1) How many staff are currently receiving higher duties allowance (HDA) in the Minister's department and each agency in their portfolio.
(2) At which levels are staff receiving this allowance.
(3) What is the total value of HDA that has been paid to staff in (a) 2007-08, (b) 2008-09 and (c) 2009-10 to date.
(4) How long, on average, has each staff member currently on HDA been receiving HDA.
(5) How many of the positions that are filled by staff members on HDA have been advertised and are waiting for recruitment processes to be completed.
(6) How long, on average, is each recruitment process in the agency or department, from date of first advertisement to the employee commencing in the position.
(7) What is the average cost of each recruitment process.