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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 4 Hansard (12 April) . .

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Financial Year Number of public servants that have received an overpayment Total dollar value of overpayments paid to public servants Number of overpayments paid to public servants that remain outstanding Value of overpayments yet to be repaid** 2014-15 1,797 $ 2,521,434 96 $ 249,796 2015-16 1,582 $ 2,757,222 149 $ 380,579 2016-17 1,247 $ 2,391,377 237 $ 509,072 2017-18* 912 $ 1,283,918 424 $ 576,157 *2017-18 results reflect the period 1 July 2017 to 21 March 2018.

** The balances provided against the 'Value of Overpayments yet to be repaid' reflect the amounts currently outstanding for each of those years. The figures shown above total $1,715,604.

Overpayments to public servants occur for a variety of reasons including the processing of paperwork being received late, processing errors (0.4% error rates for current financial year), a change of employment status and entitlements, non-standard work practices and the misinterpretation of applicable legislation.

Overpayments are recovered in accordance with the provisions of the Enterprise Agreements.

Data for 2012-13 and 2013-14 is not available as monitoring of overpayments commenced in 2014-15.

Suburban Land Agency—promotional materials (Question No 1084)

Mr Coe asked the Minister for Housing and Suburban Development, upon notice, on 23 March 2018:

In relation to the video content produced by the Suburban Land Agency, can the Minister provide, for each video, (a) the nature and/or focus of the content, (b) whether the material was produced wholly internally or third-parties were involved, (c) a breakdown of the cost associated with the content, including production and distribution costs, (d) information relevant to production or distribution, (e) the total number of views or reach of the content and (f) any other relevant information related to the production and distribution of content.

Ms Berry: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

Content Internal/ external Cost inc GST Information Views Moncrieff Park launch External $1,325 production Drone footage of park and surrounds 1,300 Molonglo Valley Community Info Night Internal $0 Filming of Info Night content 3,583 Molonglo Valley Community Info Night Internal $0 Promotion of upcoming event 792 Moncrieff Explore and Snap videos Internal $0 Promotional videos to promote community activity 628


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