Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2013 Week 13 Hansard (31 October) . . Page.. 4156..
Arts—Cultural Facilities Corporation (Question No 187)
Mr Smyth asked the Minister for the Arts, upon notice, on 31 October 2013:
(1) Further to Output Class 1.1: Cultural Facilities Corporation in Budget Paper 4, page 490, will the Minister provide a breakdown of supporting programs and initiatives for the output, including (a) the value of funding for each program/initiative, (b) dates of commencement and completion (or ongoing) for each program/initiative and (c) performance measures for each program/initiative.
(2) What are the staff numbers and corresponding employment levels for each output.
(3) Will the Minister provide a list of capital works and upgrades for each of the listed outputs and, where applicable, include (a) commencement and completion dates and (b) the budgeted and actual costs of the projects.
(4) Have identified savings been identified within these outputs; if so, will the Minister provide (a) a list of identified savings, (b) the value of identified savings, (c) program/initiative impacts as a result of these savings and (d) staffing impacts as a result of these savings.
Ms Burch: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
The ACT Government prepares its budget on an outputs basis. Data at that level is published in the Budget Papers, along with budgeted financial statements for agencies. More detailed information on activities within outputs is available in annual reports. This includes audited financial statements. Data is not available in the form and at the level requested without diversion of significant resources from the Cultural Facilities Corporation's ongoing business that I am not prepared to authorise.
Questions without notice taken on notice
Arts—Tuggeranong Community Arts Association
Ms Burch (in reply to a supplementary question by Mr Smyth on Thursday, 24 October 2013): The Tuggeranong Community Arts Association Inc received funding of $401,500 from the ACT Arts Fund, to manage the Tuggeranong Arts Centre and deliver a range of arts programs.
The Tuggeranong Community Arts Association Inc also received funding of $166,250 in 2013 from the ACT Arts Fund for the Community Cultural Inclusion Program
ACT Policing—alcohol enforcement
Mr Corbell (in reply to a supplementary question by Mr Hanson on Tuesday, 17 September 2013): The cost of providing the services for the Alcohol Crime Targeting Team in the financial year 2012-2013 was $1.371m.