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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2014 Week 4 Hansard (8 May) . . Page.. 1351..


The ACT Government employs a multi-layered approach to securing government data. In addition to routine vendor patching, a range of other technical measures are in place including anti-malware software, content and email filtering, and other intrusion prevention systems and techniques.

3) Were any health department systems dependent upon the use of Windows XP?

Yes, the Health Directorate has a small number of systems that are still dependent on Windows XP listed in answer (1) above.

Sport—canteen upgrades

Mr Barr (in reply to a question by Mrs Jones on Wednesday, 9 April 2014): The Health Protection Service (HPS), Health Directorate has advised that no sporting club/organisation operating from an ACT Government sportsground canteen facility has been prevented from operating due to the need for capital upgrades to the facility.

Sport and Recreation Services (SRS) has conducted joint inspections with the Health Protection Service, Health Directorate at a range of ACT Government sportsground canteens to identify common upgrades or deficiencies that may need to be addressed to ensure compliance with the ACT Food Act 2001.

Further work is now underway to determine the extent and priority of any works required across all ACT Government sportsground canteen facilities.

Sport—canteen upgrades

Mr Barr (in reply to a supplementary question by Mr Doszpot on Wednesday, 9 April 2014): The Health Protection Service (HPS), Health Directorate has advised that no sporting club/organisation operating from an ACT Government sportsground canteen facility has been prevented from operating due to the need for capital upgrades to the facility.

Sport and Recreation Services (SRS) has conducted joint inspections with the HPS at a range of ACT Government sportsground canteens to identify common upgrades or deficiencies that may need to be addressed to ensure compliance with the ACT Food Act 2001.

Further work is now underway to determine the extent and priority of any works required across all ACT Government sportsground canteen facilities.

ACTION bus service—network

Mr Rattenbury (in reply to a supplementary question by Mr Coe on Wednesday, 9 April 2014): In response to your question, the current network update is part of the ongoing work of running a bus network. Regular network updates are designed to improve passenger services in the Territory and as such, ACTION absorbs the costs associated with network updates as part of its regular business activities. As a result, a breakdown of costs specific to the new network is not available.


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