Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2012 Week 6 Hansard (9 May) . . Page.. 2218..
DR BOURKE: The members of the CIT improvement action group are the chief executive; the executive director and special project manager from WorkSafe; the acting executive director, governance and executive services; the deputy chief executive, education services; the acting deputy chief executive, operations; the director of the human resources centre; and the director of continuous improvement and workers compensation from the Chief Minister's department, who chairs the group.
Mr Smyth: And how were they selected?
MR SPEAKER: A supplementary—
Mr Doszpot interjecting—
MR SPEAKER: Minister, do you wish to add anything further?
DR BOURKE: No.
MR SPEAKER: Mr Doszpot, you have the floor for a supplementary question.
MR DOSZPOT: Minister, how many reports have you received from the CIT in respect of your ministerial direction?
DR BOURKE: One every week since I issued it.
MR SPEAKER: A supplementary, Mr Doszpot.
MR DOSZPOT: How were members of the CIT-WorkSafe improvement consultation group selected?
DR BOURKE: I appointed the director of continuous improvement and workers compensation as chair, or recommended that that be the case, and the rest of the members comprise the senior management group of the CIT.
MS PORTER: My question is to the Chief Minister. Chief Minister, what is the impact of the federal budget for Canberrans?
MS GALLAGHER: I thank Ms Porter and acknowledge her interest in the federal budget, which was announced last night. This, as always, does affect the people of the ACT perhaps more than many jurisdictions. I note that this budget is probably a particularly tough one for the people of Canberra.
There are some good elements to this budget and I would like to acknowledge that up front. There is a very important social agenda being progressed through the budget and the government certainly welcomes that. The national disability insurance scheme, the extra funding for public dental waiting lists, the extra funding going into