Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2011 Week 5 Hansard (5 May) . . Page.. 1972..
transitions quality on the job workplace learning, $220,000 for national partnerships improving teacher quality, and $171,000 for the transitional assistance representing transitional assistance yet to be provided to Urambi primary school, which was scheduled to close at the end of 2010.
The rollover for payments on behalf of the territory includes $1.058 million for the interest subsidy scheme. The ACT government has made a commitment that all unspent interest subsidy scheme funds will be quarantined within the Department of Education and Training's budget where it will be redirected to non-government schools. Therefore, a rollover of the interest subsidy scheme funds for expenditure in 2010-11 is required.
The capital injection rollover of $24.003 million is made up of various projects that were delayed in 2009-10. This was partly offset by other projects that have been accelerated. Specific details regarding these rollovers are included in the instrument, and I commend the papers to the Assembly.
Ms Gallagher presented the following paper:
Public Accounts—Standing Committee—Inquiry—Auditor-General's Report No 8/2010—Delivery of Mental Health Services to Older Persons—Government submission.
Mr Corbell presented the following papers:
Auditor-General's Act—Auditor-General's Report No 9/2010—Follow-up audit—Courts Administration—Government response.
ACT Criminal Justice—Statistical Profile 2011—March quarter.
Work Safety Act—
Pursuant to subsection 209(2)—Work Safety Matters Report—1 July to 31 December 2010.
Pursuant to subsection 210(3)—Work Safety Commissioner's Report—1 July to 31 December 2010.
Independent Competition and Regulatory Commission Act, pursuant to section 24—Independent Competition and Regulatory Commission—Report 2 of 2011—Investigation into the ACT racing industry—Final report, dated April 2011.
Mr Barr presented the following paper:
University of Canberra Act, pursuant to section 36—University of Canberra—Annual Report 2010 (2 volumes), including financial statements, dated April 2011.