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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2014 Week 1 Hansard (25 February) . . Page.. 77..


I ask leave to make a statement in relation to the papers.

Leave granted.

MR BARR: As required by the Financial Management Act 1996, I table a number of instruments issued under sections 16B and 18 of the Financial Management Act. Advice on each instrument's direction and a statement of reasons must be tabled in the Assembly within three sitting days after it is given. This afternoon I am tabling eight instruments.

Section 16B of the FMA allows for an appropriation to be preserved from one financial year to the next, as outlined in instruments signed by myself as Treasurer. This package includes seven instruments under section 16B.

The first instrument authorises a total rollover of $360,000 in capital injection, controlled, to the Exhibition Park Corporation for the conference centre and Parkes Room refurbishment program.

The second instrument authorises a total rollover of $2.621 million for the Community Services Directorate comprising $84,000 in net cost of outputs, controlled, appropriation, $508,000 in payments on behalf of the territory and $2.029 million in capital injection, controlled, appropriations. Due to an oversight by the Chief Minister and Treasury Directorate, this instrument is being presented outside the three-day time frame.

The third instrument authorises a total rollover of $9.132 million for the Chief Minister and Treasury Directorate comprising $7.035 million in net cost of outputs, controlled, appropriation and $2.097 million in capital injection, controlled, appropriation.

The fourth instrument authorises a total rollover of $11.498 million for the Justice and Community Safety Directorate comprising $5.05 million in net cost of outputs, controlled, appropriation, $6.436 million in capital injection, controlled, appropriation and $12,000 in the capital injection, territorial, appropriation.

The fifth instrument authorises a total rollover of $13.474 million for the Health Directorate comprising $310,000 in the net cost of outputs, controlled, appropriation and $13.164 million from the capital injection, controlled, appropriation.

The sixth instrument authorises a total rollover of $31.042 million for the Education and Training Directorate comprising $10.478 million in net cost of outputs, controlled, appropriation, $438,000 in payments on behalf of the territory and $20.126 million in the capital injection, controlled, appropriation.

The seventh instrument authorises a total rollover of $45.637 million for the Territory and Municipal Services Directorate comprising $1.382 million in net cost of outputs, controlled, appropriation and $44.255 million in capital injection, controlled, appropriation.


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