Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2022 Week 03 Hansard (Thursday, 7 April 2022) . . Page.. 931 ..
Mr Gentleman presented the following papers:
Auditor-General Act, pursuant to subsection 21(4)—Auditor-General’s Report No 13/2021—Campbell Primary School Modernisation Project Procurement—Government response, dated April 2022.
Freedom of Information Act, pursuant to section 39—Copy of notice provided to the Ombudsman—Freedom of Information request—Decision not made in time—Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate (FOI 21/119698), dated 1 April 2022.
Planning and Development Act, pursuant to subsection 79(1)—Approvals—Variations to the Territory Plan, including associated documents—
No 364—Gungahlin Town Centre—Amendments to the Gungahlin Precinct Map and Code, dated 6 April 2022.
No 365—Housing Choices—Boarding Houses and Co-Housing, dated 6 April 2022.
Planning, Transport and City Services—Standing Committee—Report 8—Inquiry into Giralang Shops—Interim Report—Government response, dated April 2022.
Public Accounts—Standing Committee—Report 3—Inquiry into the Auditor-General’s Report No. 1 of 2020: Shared Services Delivery of HR and Finance Services—Government response, dated April 2022.
Sport and active recreation—Report—Resolution of the Assembly of 22 April 2021—Update, dated April 2022.
Auditor-General’s report No 13/2021—procurement—government
MR GENTLEMAN (Brindabella—Manager of Government Business, Minister for Corrections, Minister for Industrial Relations and Workplace Safety, Minister for Planning and Land Management and Minister for Police and Emergency Services) (2.57): Pursuant to standing order 211, I move:
That the Assembly take note of the following paper:
Auditor-General Act, pursuant to subsection 21(4)—Auditor-General’s Report No 13/2021—Campbell Primary School Modernisation Project Procurement—Government response.
MR STEEL (Murrumbidgee—Minister for Skills, Minister for Transport and City Services and Special Minister of State) (2.57): The ACT government welcomes the recommendations in the audit report and agrees, or agrees in principle, with its six recommendations. The government is committed to ensuring that all procurement activity is fair, open and undertaken in accordance with the provisions of the Government Procurement Act 2001, the Government Procurement Regulation 2007, and all relevant policy and guidance material. In addition, the ACT government values sound governance practices, with a focus on transparency and ethical engagement with industry and the community.