Page 1955 - Week 06 - Thursday, 9 June 2022

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MS DAVIDSON: Providing those organisations with support to be able to comply with their obligations under the act is something that our Community Services Directorate has been doing. That has involved producing some of those support materials and communicating that to those organisations and having reporting templates and frameworks to help them to understand how they can meet their compliance obligations.

Ms Orr: Point of order, Madam Speaker. The question was how the ACT government and directorates are working to meet the reporting obligations. The answer focused on the agencies, but I think the question also goes to how government directorates will be dealing with it.

MADAM SPEAKER: In the time you have left, Ms Davidson.

MS DAVIDSON: I can take on notice to provide some information about what government agencies have been doing specifically.

Mr Barr: Further questions can be placed on the notice paper, Madam Speaker.

Supplementary answer to question without notice

Canberra Institute of Technology—procurement

MR BARR: Dr Paterson asked me a question in relation to the number of board members on the CIT. My recollection was correct—it is between seven and 11, under the act. I advise there are 11.

Answer to question on notice

Question No 776

MS BERRY: Yesterday I said to Ms Castley that I had signed the question 776. I actually had not signed that question. I have now signed that question, and it should be with you shortly.

Supplementary answers to questions without notice

Waste—Mugga Lane Resource Management Centre

MS CHEYNE: When I responded to Ms Lawder before, I spoke about the most recent update I had about the current round of trenching works at the Mugga Lane tip. The work that commenced on 26 April was due to complete on 3 June, and when I had been last updated that work was on track. However, regrettably, the weather again interrupted work, so works are now likely to conclude on 10 June, again weather permitting.

The next round of works, just to re-emphasise, are scheduled to commence on 27 June for completion in the first week of July. And I am just confirming that we will take on notice the question that Mr Parton asked me about communications.

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