Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2015 Week 5 Hansard (7 May) . .
Mr Doszpot: You had another tender that was posted the next day.
MADAM SPEAKER: Order, Mr Doszpot.
MR RATTENBURY: Why don't you listen, Mr Doszpot, and then you will learn something. Mr Smyth then asked whether the government had sought further information from any of the tenderers. The answer is yes, the territory has sought further financial information via a third party to enable independent financial assessment to be undertaken as part of the evaluation process.
Mr Coe asked when the details will be publicly available. The answer is that submissions received are currently under evaluation and details will be made available at the conclusion of the RFP process, further to my earlier comments.
MS BURCH: This refers to a question from Mr Doszpot yesterday. Whilst the bulk of the questions related to HAAS, there was a particular element around an Education and Training Directorate policy. I advise that the policy is still current and it is available on the website. ETD recognises it will be going through a process of being updated, and a significant body of work relating to first aid, along with other WHS elements, has occurred, with the key stakeholders informed.
Mr Doszpot: A point of order.
MADAM SPEAKER: Do you have a point of order?
Mr Doszpot: Madam Speaker, my point of order is a question. We asked this question—
MADAM SPEAKER: No, it is not a question. Question time is over.
Mr Doszpot: The point of order is that Mr Corbell misrepresented himself yesterday—
MADAM SPEAKER: Withdraw.
Mr Doszpot: Mr Corbell said to the Assembly—
MADAM SPEAKER: You have to withdraw.
Mr Doszpot: I withdraw the misrepresentation. Mr Corbell said to the Assembly yesterday that this was in his area.
MADAM SPEAKER: Mr Doszpot, that is not a point of order; it is a debating point.
Mr Doszpot: Standing order 46, Madam Speaker.
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