Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2005 Week 06 Hansard (Friday, 6 May 2005 2005) . . Page.. 1986 ..
For each agency for which the Minister is responsible for the financial year 2003-2004 could the Minister provide the following information:
• total number of staff;
• number of (a) staff expressed as full-time equivalent, (b) permanent part-time staff, (c) casual staff, (d) casual staff employed for one or more years, (e) casual staff employed for five or more years, (f) staff employed on AWAs, (g) staff employed as contractors and consultants, (h) staff employed for more than three months as contractors and consultants, (i) labour hire farms, (j) staff employed through labour hire firms, (k) staff employed for one or more years through hire firms, (l) staff employed for five or more years through hire firms, (m) contracts containing labour hire component, (n) contracts with no labour hire component, (o) services outsourced, whole, in part or unidentified, (p) contacts directing appropriate award usage, (q) contracts which involve subcontracting, (r) contacts with permission or non-permission clause for subcontracting and (s) contracts requiring award usage for subcontractors; and
• types of services provided.
Mr Hargreaves: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
• This information is available from the Department of Justice and Community Safety Annual Report 2003-2004, as well as the Commissioner for Public Administration’s State of the Service Report.
• a-f This information is available from the Department of Justice and Community Safety Annual Report 2003-2004, as well as the Commissioner for Public Administration’s State of the Service Report.
g-s There is currently no information specifically held on the Basis information system which can provide the details you require, nor is the information held in readily accessible form in ACT agencies. It would be necessary to manually extract the information from each of the agencies’ files. There is no guarantee the information sought would be on file and any reports compiled would therefore not necessarily be accurate.
• The types of services provided include ACT Ambulance, ACT Bushfire, ACT Emergency, ACT Fire Brigade, aero-medical rescue service, administrative support, procedures development, fire investigation, hazardous materials incidents, road awareness and accident prevention program, urban search and rescue, juvenile fire awareness and intervention program, fire education, staff development and training, financial management, facilities management, payroll and personnel, and procurement and fleet management.
Motor vehicles—home garaged(Question No 229)
Mrs Dunne asked the Minister for Health, upon notice, on 8 March 2005:
• How many cars in your department with ACT Government numberplates are home-garaged every day;