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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2006 Week 3 Hansard (30 March) . . Page.. 996..


(1) The (then) Emergency Services Bureau (ESB) was approached in 2003 by a company, ITinc Developments Pty Ltd, with a proposal involving a product known as WARPS (Wireless Automated Response Positioning System).

(2) WARPS was considered and rejected at the time, because it did not provide the functionality to meet operational requirements.

(3) It was not mentioned in estimates hearing on 26 May 2005 as it did not meet operational or technical requirements.

(4) Refer (2).

(5) Refer (2)

(6) Already answered:

    • Estimates Hearing on 26 May 2005
    • Question on Notice 371
    • Mr Pratt's FOI request to ESA of 25 July 2005.

(7) Already answered

    • Estimates Hearing on 26 May 2005
    • Mr Pratt's FOI request to ESA of 25 July 2005.

(8) No, the information is Commercial-in-Confidence.

(9) The trial is Commercial-in-Confidence and will not be released publicly.

(10) Not considered as the technology did not meet operational requirements.

(11) No.

(12) (a) Available through the Australian Securities & Investments Commission.

(b) Available through the Australian Securities & Investments Commission.

(c) Involvement in the Phase 1 of transitioning Firelink and Trunk Radio Network into service

(d) Already answered

    • Annual & Financial Reports 2004-2005 QON - LA36

(13) Three other companies were considered. The selected contractor was assessed as having the most relevant skills, knowledge of systems and capacity to integrate quickly into the project team.

Petrol stations

(Question No 962)

Mr Seselja asked the Minister for Planning, upon notice, on 16 February 2006:


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