Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 13 Hansard (29 November) . . Page.. 5228 ..
Consultant Title Purpose Value Was it released publicly; if not, why not? Maxim Consulting Services Pty Ltd - Public Art collection Maintenance Plan 2018 Public Art collection Maintenance Plan 2018 The delivery of a Maintenance Plan for the public art collection managed by artsACT. The Plan provides a schedule of routine maintenance and conservation activities for each artwork within the collection. $52,700
(ex GST) No. The Plan is a working document for collection management.
It provides the scope of work for specialist maintenance and conservation providers and cannot be publicly released because the content will be part of a tender process. Follow up Review of Staffing Arrangements: ACT Historic Places and Canberra Museum and Gallery Chris Salter Review of shared services staffing arrangements between Canberra Museum and Gallery and ACT Historic Places $17,500 (GST incl) No. The report is being used for preliminary internal planning only. The report was released to relevant staff and unions and formed part of ongoing consultations. Lanyon Workshop Site Analysis SAJE Consulting To determine the most appropriate site for a new workshop facility at Lanyon Homestead consistent with the Conservation Management Plan $12,000 (GST incl) No. The report is being used for internal planning and decision making only. Security Consultancy Services - Stage 2 Lote Consulting To use existing CFC Security Risk Assessments to develop CFC Protective Security Plans and Protective Security Policies $52,800 (GST incl) No. The report is being used for internal planning and decision making only. The report contains sensitive security information about security risk.
Arts—ministerial briefings (Question No 1893)
Mrs Dunne asked the Minister for the Arts and Cultural Events, upon notice, on 26 October 2018:
(1) How many briefs were prepared for the Minister for (a) Estimates hearings, (b) Question Time and (c) other matters, for each month from and including January 2018 to and including September 2018.
(2) What topics did these briefs cover.
Mr Ramsay: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) Refer to response provided for Question Number 1732 of 21 September 2018.