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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2012 Week 6 Hansard (10 May) . . Page.. 2522..


(3) Under the provisions of the Privacy Act, personal information of this nature cannot be released.

(4) See responses to questions (1) and (2).

Legislative Assembly—members' staff timesheets (Question No 2209)

Mr Coe asked the Deputy Chief Minister, upon notice, on 29 March 2012:

(1) In relation to page 5 of the Auditor-General's Administration of employment issues for staff of Members of the Legislative Assembly performance audit report which noted that "During the period from July 2007 to 18 February 2009, the submission rates for timesheets ranged from 57 percent to 80 percent", what was the submission rate during this period for the Minister's office.

(2) Why did staff fail to submit timesheets.

(3) Which staff failed to submit timesheets.

(4) How many staff failed to submit timesheets at all.

Mr Barr: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

(1) The data used by the Auditor-General was taken from an active database that continued to be updated with timesheet information after the Audit. It is therefore not possible to recreate the raw data used by the Auditor-General in order to respond to this question.

(2) In most cases staff had prepared timesheets, but, as found by the Auditor-General "internal control over submission of attendance and leave forms, particularly by staff of some ministers was inadequate."

(3) Under the provisions of the Privacy Act, personal information of this nature cannot be released.

(4) See answers (1) and (2)

Legislative Assembly—members' staff timesheets (Question No 2210)

Mr Coe asked the Attorney-General, upon notice, on 29 March 2012:

(1) In relation to page 5 of the Auditor-General's Administration of employment issues for staff of Members of the Legislative Assembly performance audit report which noted that "During the period from July 2007 to 18 February 2009, the submission rates for timesheets ranged from 57 percent to 80 percent", what was the submission rate during this period for the Minister's office.


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