Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 12 Hansard (1 November) . . Page.. 4647 ..
subpoena received by the provider or the agency unless legally prohibited from doing so;
(b) the agency will request the Clerk to authorise any lawful release of Assembly information unless legally prohibited from doing so;
(c) the Clerk will be notified by the agency of any suspected or actual unauthorised access or disclosure of Assembly information managed by the provider or the agency; and
(d) the Clerk will be notified by the agency of any significant changes to the Assembly's data storage, including hosting arrangements.
(3) This resolution has effect from the date of its passage in the Assembly and continues in force unless and until amended or repealed by this or a subsequent Assembly.
This matter has been discussed with the admin and procedure committee. It is as a result of changed arrangements about how Assembly data is stored and following a move across of whole-of-government data into the cloud. The Assembly data will also now move. Members need to be assured that the privileges and protections that our data had in the previous location will be maintained. This continuing resolution just sets out those assurances and processes about access to that data. I commend the continuing resolution to members.
Question resolved in the affirmative.
Motion (by Mr Wall) agreed to:
(1) Mr Wall be discharged from the Standing Committee on Education, Employment and Youth Affairs and Ms Lee be appointed in his place; and
(2) Ms Lee be discharged from the Standing Committee on Justice and Community Safety and Mrs Jones be appointed in her place.
Sitting suspended from 12.23 to 2.30 pm.
Questions without notice
MR COE: My question is for the Treasurer and Chief Minister. Chief Minister, is it your position that the government will continue to use average unimproved land values as the determinant for the rates rather than the market value of properties?
MR BARR: The government has no plans to change the system but we are, of course, undertaking several reviews in relation to the next tranche of tax reform. We have looked at alternative systems. Any change would be very costly and very disruptive