Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2022 Week 07 Hansard (Monday, 15 August 2022) . . Page.. 2527 ..
co-design process with ACT stakeholders to inform. The co-design process included participation from the Our Booris, Our Way Implementation Oversight Committee, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elected Body, Aboriginal community-controlled organisations, the Human Rights Commission, and government stakeholders. The process aimed to develop and refine the proposed Commissioner’s scope, functions, governance arrangements and recruitment process.
The Government has received the final report on the co-design process prepared by the Jumbunna Institute and is currently considering it. We will release that report and the Government’s response shortly to provide further information to the community about the next steps for this reform. Necessarily, the date by which an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Commissioner is expected to be in place depends on the progress of the reform process.
5. As indicated in response to question 4, the co-design process has now concluded and the Jumbunna Institute have now provided their final co-design report containing its recommended model for the establishment of the Commissioner’s office. The Government intends to release its response to the report, in the coming months.
Alexander Maconochie Centre—detainees with schizophrenia
(Question No 824)
Mrs Kikkert asked the Minister for Justice Health, upon notice, on 3 June 2022:
(1) How many detainees in the Alexander Maconochie Centre are diagnosed with schizophrenia, as of 2 June 2022
(2) How many of the detainees referred to in part (1) are (a) male and (b) female.
Ms Davidson: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
(1) We are unable to provide this information as it is personal health information of current detainees.
(2) See above.
Canberra Institute of Technology—procurement
(Question No 825)
Ms Lee asked the Minister for Skills, upon notice, on 10 June 2022:
(1) Can the Minister provide a detailed explanation as to why the Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT) entered into contract 2021.2706153.220 for substantially the same services as contracts 2020.2147.220 and 2018.31001.220 (valued at a combined total of $2,925,001.00), particularly when those contracts contain clauses (Schedule 2, 3.1.11 and Schedule 2, 3.1.13 respectively) stating “As a guide it is expected that as the knowledge passes from the Consultant to CIT staff and the capability of CIT staff grows the utilisation of the Consultant should naturally diminish”.
(2) Can the Minister advise the payment instalment amounts, per Schedule 1, Item 3, (2).