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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2006 Week 4 Hansard (4 May) . . Page.. 1297..


(1) Who provides actuarial services to the ACT Government;

(2) If there is more than one actuary under contract to the ACT Government, with what departments or agencies does each actuary work;

(3) What process is followed by the ACT Government to obtain actuarial services;

(4) For how long do the current arrangements for obtaining actuarial services apply;

(5) How often are actuarial reports prepared for the ACT Government in relation to (a) superannuation matters, (b) workers' compensation matters, (c) insurance matters and (d) other matters;

(6) Are the reports outlined in part (5) prepared according to a timetable; if so, what is the timetable in relation to each department or agency;

(7) Can the ACT Government request ad hoc reports to be prepared in addition to those required by the timetable;

(8) Are actuarial reports made available to the public; if so, where are they available; if not, why not.

Mr Stanhope

: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

There are a number of actuaries who perform a varied array of services for the ACT Government, across a number of Agencies.

The attached table provides responses to all of the elements of the member's question.

(Copy is available at the Chamber Support Office).

Parking—ticket machines

(Question No 990)

Mrs Dunne asked the Minister for Urban Services, upon notice, on 9 March 2006:

(1) How many ticket machines are there in Government owned carparks and on-street in (a) Belconnen, (b) Braddon, (c) Civic, (d) Dickson, (e) Kingston, (f) Manuka, (g) Tuggeranong and (h) Woden;

(2) What was the rationale behind the installation of paid parking in all streets and carparks in the Belconnen Town Centre;

(3) What studies were undertaken to identify the possible impact on retail outlets and other services before the meters were installed;

(4) If studies were undertaken, what was the outcome;

(5) If no studies were undertaken, why not;

(6) Has the Government reviewed the impact of its decision to install parking meters at any time since the installation program commenced; if so, what was the result of the review; if not, why not.


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