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1x20ft container transferred to Stromlo Forest Park for site shed. 1x40ft container purchased from vendor for Stromlo Forest Park café. 1x40ft container transferred to Stromlo Forest Park for storage.

b. No containers were sold.

c. Covered under (a).

d. The Suburban Land Agency.

e. The total cost to decommission and re-use Westside, and re-instate the original site in West Basin was $801,532.31.

f. Work to relocate Westside was completed in late 2017.

(2) A public expression of interest for private re-use of Westside village assets was considered. This was not pursued, as an internal ACT Government expression of interest identified respondents from various Directorates with a need and ability to reuse the structure and individual containers.

Government—services (Question No 1096)

Mr Coe asked the Treasurer, upon notice, on 23 March 2018:

Does the ACT Government provide any of the following services to the Commonwealth Government (a) road planning, (b) fire brigade services, (c) municipal services and (d) hospital services; if so, can the Treasurer provide for each of the last three financial years to date (i) the total cost of providing the service to the Commonwealth Government, (ii) whether the Commonwealth Government made any payments in relation to the service and (iii) the total value of payments made by the Commonwealth Government to the ACT Government, or why no payments were made.

Mr Barr: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

a) No.

(i) Not relevant.

(ii) Not relevant.

(iii) Not relevant.

b) The ACT Government provides Fire and Rescue Services to the Commonwealth Government under a Memorandum of Understanding for the Provision of Fire Services ("MoU"). This MoU forms part of a broader arrangement and costing model that the Commonwealth Government has entered into with all States and Territories. The costing framework incorporated by the Commonwealth Government is a uniform approach for all jurisdictions.

(i) The Emergency Services Agency does not maintain specific cost records of services provided to the Commonwealth Government as these services are provided as part of the MoU with the Commonwealth Government.

(ii) The Commonwealth Government made payments to the ACT Government in accordance with the MoU.

(iii) The ACT Government received the following funding over the three years to 30 June 2017 under the MoU:

2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 $m $m $m 4.941 5.114 5.293


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