Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2013 Week 14 Hansard (28 November) . . Page.. 4509..
• Chief Minister and Treasury Directorate (CMTD): Structural changes - savings of $1.148 million over four years.
• CMTD will refine its internal structures following the merging of the former Chief Minister and Cabinet and Treasury Directorates.
• Commerce and Works Directorate (CWD): Implementation of an invoice automation solution - savings of $0.979 million over four years.
• CWD will implement a system to facilitate electronic processing of all types of invoices, with or without purchase orders.
• Justice and Community Safety Directorate (JACS): Restructure Corporate - savings of $0.482 million over four years.
• JACS will restructure its corporate support operations team and identify efficiencies.
• JACS: Amalgamation of Boards and Committees within the Office of Regulatory Services - savings of $0.240 million over four years.
• JACS will review the operation of committees within the Office of Regulatory Services and streamline their operation as necessary.
• Environment and Sustainable Development Directorate (ESDD): Sustainability Programs - savings of $5.447 million over four years.
• ESDD will refine the ACTSmart program to gain efficiencies and focus on areas of greatest demand.
• ESDD: Overhead Costs - savings of $80,000 over four years.
• ESDD will reduce energy consumption costs through implementation of energy saving measures.
• Community Services Directorate (CSD): Strategic Policy and Business Support - savings of $2 million over four years.
• CSD will review its existing grant programs to reduce administration and overhead costs, and in light of changes arising from the rollout of DisabilityCare Australia.
• CSD: Strategic Policy and Business Support - savings of $0.873 million over four years.
• CSD will outsource Disability ACT's leased fleet to a community transport provider.
• Territory and Municipal Services Directorate (TAMS): Indirect and support overhead savings - savings of $3.040 million over four years.
• TAMS will reduce its corporate support costs.
Planning—city to the lake facilities (Question No 158)
Mr Smyth asked the Minister for Economic Development, upon notice, on 24 October 2013: