Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 4 Hansard (11 April) . .
Mr Parton: Point of order.
MADAM SPEAKER: Resume your seat. Point of order.
Mr Parton: I have a point of order on relevance. The question was very clearly "What is your estimate of the annual financial savings from this model?"
MADAM SPEAKER: The minister has more than a minute on the question. She is on the policy topic of the question.
MS FITZHARRIS: I have finished.
MRS DUNNE: Minister, if you do not know what the changes are or how much the savings will be, how do you know that this splitting of the directorate will be more efficient?
MS FITZHARRIS: Because that is one of the principles, along with many others, that I have requested, to drive this.
ACT Health—former director-general
MR WALL: My question is to the Minister for Health and Wellbeing. The former Director-General for Health had two years remaining on her contract. Why is the former director-general not responsible for implementing the restructure of the Health Directorate?
MS FITZHARRIS: Through discussions with the former director-general she advised that she would seek new opportunities in her professional career with this decision.
MR WALL: Minister, what level of involvement, if any, did the former Director-General of Health have in developing the restructure?
MS FITZHARRIS: I had discussed it with the former director-general, who had sought and commissioned some work on that.
MRS DUNNE: Was the proposal to restructure ACT Health developed within your office?
MS FITZHARRIS: It certainly involved my office, but not just my office.
MS CODY: My question is to the Minister for the Environment and Heritage. Minister, can you please inform the Assembly about the 2018-19 ACT heritage grants program.
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