Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2015 Week 8 Hansard (6 August) . .
part of the 2012-13 budget has been completed and now will be considered in a future budget for construction funding. The design work cost $308,000.
Mrs Jones asked a supplementary question about the duplication of Horse Park Drive. I can report that the feasibility study funding announced in this year's budget, with funds of $500,000 available in both 2015-16 and 2016-17, will cover the sections of Horse Park Drive which have had no upgrade assessments undertaken to date. This includes the section of Horse Park Drive between Gundaroo Drive and Anthony Rolfe Avenue and the section of Horse Park Drive from Well Station Drive to the Majura Parkway. This feasibility work is currently in the process of being commissioned.
Public Accounts—Standing Committee
Report 7—government response
MR BARR (Molonglo—Chief Minister, Treasurer, Minister for Economic Development, Minister for Urban Renewal and Minister for Tourism and Events) (3:18): For the information of members, I present the following paper:
Public Accounts—Standing Committee—Report 7—Review of Auditor-General's Report No. 2 of 2014: The Water and Sewerage Pricing Process—Government response.
That the Assembly take note of the paper.
Question resolved in the affirmative.
Auditor-General's report No 8 of 2013—government response
Paper and statement by minister
MR BARR (Molonglo—Chief Minister, Treasurer, Minister for Economic Development, Minister for Urban Renewal and Minister for Tourism and Events): For the information of members, I present the following paper:
Auditor-General's Act—Auditor-General's Report No. 8/2013—Management of Funding for Community Services—Government response, dated August 2015.
I seek leave to make a statement in relation to the paper.
MR BARR: I am pleased to present to the Assembly the government's response to Auditor-General's report No 8 of 2013, Management of Funding for Community Services. The audit examined whether the health, community services and economic development directorates had effective controls and procedures for managing funding for community services; appropriate governance arrangements were in place for the services and programs audited; there was integration of the required outcomes and deliverables of funding agreements with policy or legislative requirements; and
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