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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2015 Week 3 Hansard (19 March) . .

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MR WALL: Minister, given the O2C inquiry was into the toxic management culture, have the managers responsible for that culture now been charged with reforming the system?

MS BURCH: They are not happy over there until they can stand in this place and diminish the value of our—

Mr Smyth: Point of order, Madam Speaker.

MADAM SPEAKER: Actually, I do not think so. Minister Burch, I was about to remind you of the terms of standing order 118(a). The question was: are the same staff who are accused of the problem now charged with solving the problem? Could you answer the question in accordance with the standing order.

MS BURCH: A key recommendation of the blueprint, which reflects the recommendation in the O2C report, is that there is a strong leadership framework, that all the levels of executive and leadership will have a 360 review, and that they will all have a responsibility for and a role in changing ACTAS culture so that its internal culture can reach the high standards of its operational and capability performance.

Transport—registration inspections

MR COE: My question is to the Attorney-General. Minister, ACT registration inspections are subject to a fixed pricing model. I have been informed that the current price does not cover the actual cost of providing the inspection. Attorney, why is the price of registration inspections fixed by the government?

MR CORBELL: I am not the responsible minister for the road transport legislation.

MADAM SPEAKER: A supplementary question, Mr Coe.

MR COE: I ask the Minister for Roads and Parking: why is the price of registration inspections fixed by the government, and what is the process used to determine the appropriate cost?

MR GENTLEMAN: I am not the minister responsible for this.

MADAM SPEAKER: A supplementary question, Mr Wall.

MR WALL: I will try the Minister for Territory and Municipal Services. Minister, why is the price of registration inspections fixed by the government? What is the process used to determine the cost, and will the government consider removing the fixed price to allow approved inspection stations to set their own pricing?

MR RATTENBURY: As the Minister for Justice, I am responsible for this area.

Members interjecting


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