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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2013 Week 14 Hansard (28 November) . . Page.. 4521..


Chief Minister and Treasury Directorate—outputs and savings (Question No 176)

Mr Smyth asked the Chief Minister, upon notice, on 31 October 2013:

(1) Further to Output Class 1: Government Strategy for the Chief Minister and Treasury Directorate in Budget Paper 4, pages 35-37 and in relation to (a) Output 1.1 Government Policy and Strategy, (b) Output 1.2 Public Sector Management, (c) Output 1.3 Industrial Relations Policy and (d) Output 1.4: Coordinated Communications and Community Engagement, will the Minister provide a breakdown of supporting programs and initiatives for each output, including (i) the value of funding for each program/initiative, (ii) dates of commencement and completion (or ongoing) for each program/initiative and (iii) performance measures for each program/initiative.

(2) What are the staff numbers and corresponding employment levels for each output and how is this reflected in staffing allocations to deliver and manage each listed program/initiative.

(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 Gallagher: 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 Chief Minister and Treasury Directorate's ongoing business that I am not prepared to authorise.

Chief Minister and Treasury Directorate—outputs and savings (Question No 177)

Mr Smyth asked the Treasurer, upon notice, on 31 October 2013:

(1) Further to Output Class 2: Financial and Economic Management for the Chief Minister and Treasury Directorate in Budget Paper 4, pages 37-38 and in relation to (a) Output 2.1 Economic Management and (b) Output 2.2 Financial Management, will the Minister provide a breakdown of supporting programs and initiatives for each output, including (i) the value of funding for each program/initiative, (ii) dates of commencement and completion (or ongoing) for each program/initiative and (iii) performance measures for each program/initiative.


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