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(b) April 2004 is the correct date for the system to be operational.
(3) As at 31 January 2004 the following has been expended on the project:
The following has been delivered by the same date:
hardware for the communications centre, including computer servers (CAD, Database, Web and Mobile Data), PC workstations, monitors, network and communications equipment
Vision CAD software, database software, systems software and GIS data on the servers and workstations for the communications centre
enhancements to the CAD software and interfaces to communications systems to meet the unique requirements in ESB's specification
Direct Turnout System (DTS) hardware in the fire stations, including PC controller, UPS, battery banks, network equipment, crew acknowledgement switch, printer, monitor mounted in communications cabinets, and electrical work in each station
DTS software for the equipment in fire stations
integration testing of the CAD, DTS, Status Signaling, wide-area paging, SMS and faxing systems
integration testing of Automatic Fire Alarm and Caller's Line Identification interfaces
five days of Systems Administrator training and 14 days of Operator training.
provided assistance to ESB with data preparation tasks such as tuning the road network
commenced development work on the customisation of the mobile data system.
Community service orders
(Question No 1241)
Mr Stefaniakasked the Attorney-General, upon notice, on 10 February 2004:
In relation to Community Services Orders (CSOs):
(1) How many CSOs have been issued by the courts in (a) August 2003, (b) September 2003, (c) November 2003, (d) December 2003 and (e) January 2004;
(2) On how many occasions did people sentenced with a CSO breach their obligations under that order;
(3) What were the consequences of these breaches.
Mr Stanhope: The answer to the member's question is as follows: