Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2010 Week 6 Hansard (24 June) . . Page.. 2570..
(1) General advertising $64,000 and public notices $34,000.
(2) DHCS has not undertaken any advertising campaigns. Money expended has been on the general advertising of programs and activities and public notices, related to business activities.
(3) Newspaper advertising is the major media utilised for general advertising and public notices. Some radio and television advertising was commissioned to promote attendances at the annual National Multicultural Festival.
(4) Information on consultants and contracts is available in the Department's Annual Report each year.
(5) Refer to question (4).
(Question No 802)
Mrs Dunne asked the Minister for Industrial Relations, upon notice, on 24 March 2010:
(1) How much has been spent on advertising in 2009-10 to date for each agency within the Minister's portfolio.
(2) On what campaigns was the money referred to in part (1) spent.
(3) What form of media was employed to undertake the advertising.
(4) Which businesses were employed to undertake, or consult on, each campaign.
(5) How many of these are small businesses based in the ACT.
Ms Gallagher: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
The response for Industrial Relations is included in QON 688 asked of the Chief Minister.
Public service-overtime and flex leave
(Question No 803)
Mrs Dunne asked the Attorney-General, upon notice, on 24 March 2010:
In relation to each agency in the Department of Justice and Community Safety, including ACT Courts and the Director of Public Prosecutions, for (a) 2007-08,(b) 2008-09 and (c) 2009-10 to date, (i) how much paid overtime, average hours per employee, was worked by staff, (ii) what was the average cost per employee, (iii) what was the total cost, (iv) how much unpaid overtime, average hours per employee, was worked by staff and if this data is not available, can the Minister provide an estimate, (v) how much flex leave was taken by staff, (vi) what is the maximum amount of flex leave that staff can accumulate, (vii) what practices are in place to mitigate flex time exceedences, (viii) how much flex leave has been lost by staff who exceed their maximum allowable levels and (ix) how much flex leave was lost by staff who left the service before taking that leave.