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Responses to the registrar’s letter to class A builders continue to be received. All responses are due by close of business today. Following this the registrar will be able to further prioritise regulatory responses. Access Canberra is continuing its focus on medium- and high-rise building activities.


Madam Speaker presented the following paper:

Committee Reports—Schedule of Government Responses—Tenth Assembly, as at 19 October 2022.

Ms Cheyne (Acting Manager of Government Business) presented the following papers:

Auditor-General Act, pursuant to subsection 17(5)—Auditor-General’s Reports—No 4/2022—Governance arrangements for the planning of services for Parkwood, Ginninderry—Government response.

Early Childhood Legislation Amendment Act 2022 (VIC) Parts 5 and 7, together with an explanatory statement.

Environment, Climate Change and Biodiversity—Standing Committee—Report 4—Inquiry into renewable energy innovation in the ACT—Government response.

Justice and Community Safety—Standing Committee—Report 7—Report into the Inquiry into Petition 32-21 (No Rights Without Remedy)—Government response, dated October 2022, together with a tabling statement.

Procurement Reform Program 2022.

Water Resources Act, pursuant to subsection 67D(3)—ACT and Region Catchment Management Coordination Group—Annual report 2021-22, dated September 2022, together with a statement.

Procurement—reform program

MS CHEYNE (Ginninderra—Assistant Minister for Economic Development, Minister for the Arts, Minister for Business and Better Regulation, Minister for Human Rights and Minister for Multicultural Affairs) (2.58): Pursuant to standing order 211, I move:

That the Assembly take note of the following paper:

Procurement Reform Program 2022.

MR STEEL (Murrumbidgee—Minister for Skills, Minister for Transport and City Services and Special Minister of State) (2.58): I am very pleased to present to the Assembly an overview of the government’s Procurement Reform Program for tabling. Each year, the ACT government spends close to $1.5 billion on procurements that support the delivery of quality public services, infrastructure, economic growth and

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