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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2015 Week 1 Hansard (10 February) . .

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Section 16B of the Financial Management Act allows for the Treasurer to authorise an appropriation to be rolled over from one financial year to the next. This package this afternoon includes six such instruments authorised under section 16B. The first transfers Territory and Municipal Services Directorate undisbursed appropriation from the 2013-14 fiscal year to the 2014-15 fiscal year. This includes $10.492 million in net cost of outputs and $27.931 million in capital injection.

The second instrument transfers Education and Training Directorate undisbursed appropriation again from the 2013-14 fiscal year to the 2014-15 fiscal year, in this instance $6.943 million in net cost of outputs and $1.174 million in payments on behalf of the territory, and a $23.31 million capital injection.

The third instrument transfers Environment and Planning Directorate undisbursed appropriation again for the fiscal year 2013-14 to 2014-15. The rollover here is $4.299 million in net cost of outputs, the princely sum of $667,000 of payments on behalf of the territory, and $7.588 million in capital injection.

The fourth instrument relates to the Justice and Community Safety Directorate, again an undisbursed appropriation from the 2013-14 fiscal year into 2014-15, in this instance $2.898 million in rollover of net cost of outputs, $9.604 million in the controlled capital injection appropriation and $80,000 in the capital injection territorial.

The fifth instrument transfers Community Services Directorate undisbursed appropriation, again from 2013-14 into 2014-15. The rollover here is $906,000 in net cost of outputs and $618,000 in capital injections.

The sixth instrument, I am very pleased, transfers Exhibition Park Corporation undisbursed appropriation from the 2013-14 financial year into 2014-15—

Opposition members interjecting—

MR BARR: I know it always interests the shadow treasurer and the Deputy Leader of the Opposition. It is terrific to see their interest. In this instance the rollover is for $189,000 in capital appropriation. It is the last time I suspect that will happen. Additional details regarding all of these instruments are provided in the statement of reasons that accompany each of the instruments that I table this afternoon. In closing, Madam Deputy Speaker, I commend the seven instruments to the Assembly.

Papers

Mr Corbell presented the following papers:

Crimes (Protection of Witness Identity) Act, pursuant to subsection 21(5)—Annual Report—2013-14, dated 19 December 2014.

Crimes (Assumed Identities) Act, pursuant to subsection 38(4)—Assumed Identities Annual Report—2013-14, dated 19 December 2014.


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