Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2013 Week 2 Hansard (12 February) . . Page.. 397..
consistent with recommendations in the ACT road safety strategy 2011-20 and the road safety action plan 2011-13.
In addition to pursuing these strategic initiatives, the government will also introduce legislation to ensure responsible and appropriate economic management of the territory as well as routine legislation to ensure that the statute book remains current and up to date, and I commend the legislation program to the Assembly.
Financial Management Act—instruments
Papers and statement by minister
MR BARR (Molonglo—Deputy Chief Minister, Treasurer, Minister for Economic Development, Minister for Sport and Recreation, Minister for Tourism and Events and Minister for Community Services): For the information of members, I present the following papers:
Financial Management Act—Instruments, including statements of reasons, pursuant to—
Section 16—Directing a transfer of appropriations from—
Economic Development Directorate to Territory and Municipal Services Directorate, dated 31 December 2012.
Environment and Sustainable Development Directorate to Economic Development Directorate, dated 31 December 2012.
Treasury Directorate to Commerce and Works Directorate, dated 20 December 2012.
Section 16B—Authorising the rollover of undisbursed appropriation of—
ACT Public Cemeteries Authority, dated 29 November 2012.
Chief Minister and Treasury Directorate, dated 4 December 2012.
Community Services Directorate, dated 4 December 2012.
Education and Training Directorate, dated 28 November 2012.
Environment and Sustainable Development Directorate, dated 10 December 2012.
Health Directorate, dated 7 January 2013.
Territory and Municipal Services Directorate, dated 11 December 2012.
Section 18A—Authorisation of expenditure from the Treasurer's Advance to Chief Minister and Treasury Directorate, dated 31 December 2012.
I ask leave to make a statement in relation to the papers.
MR BARR: As required by the Financial Management Act 1996, I am tabling a number of instruments today under sections 16, 16B and 18 of the FMA. Advice on each instrument's directions and statements of reasons must, of course, be tabled in the Assembly within three sitting days after it is given.