Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2011 Week 04 Hansard (Tuesday, 5 April 2011) . . Page.. 1344 ..
which the timing of delivery has changed or been delayed, where outstanding contractual or pending claims exist or where there are delays in implementing budgeted recurrent initiatives.
Recurrent appropriation rollovers include $1.262 million for the whole-of-government capital improvements program, $98,000 for national partnerships to deliver a seamless national economy and $30,000 for the territory revenue systems upgrade. The departmental capital injection rollovers include $435,000 for the national partnership standard business reporting project to allow for the payment of invoices received in 2009-10 and $160,000 for the territory revenue systems upgrade. Territorial capital injection rollovers include $14.888 million for the affordable housing action plan land rent scheme to provide funding for an expected increase in land rent settlements.
Details relating to these rollovers are provided in the instrument and I commend the paper to the Assembly.
Mr Barr presented the following papers:
ACT Budget—Budget priorities—2011-2012—
Government Schools Education Council—Advice, dated 15 December 2010.
Non-Government Schools Education Council—Advice, dated 9 December 2010.
Health, Community and Social Services—Standing Committee
Report 4—government response
MS BURCH (Brindabella—Minister for Disability, Housing and Community Services, Minister for Children and Young People, Minister for Ageing, Minister for Multicultural Affairs and Minister for Women) (2.58): For the information of members, I present the following paper:
Health, Community and Social Services—Standing Committee—Report 4—Love Has Its Limits—Respite care services in the ACT—Government response, dated April 2011.
That the Assembly takes note of the paper.
I am pleased today to table the government’s response to the Standing Committee on Health, Community and Social Services report Love has its limits—respite care services in the ACT. The Auditor-General’s performance audit No 3 of 2009, Management of respite care services, reported on government respite houses for people with a disability. The audit concluded that services met clients’ basic needs for safety and respite care and that access to services was reasonable, with most services being provided to people with the greatest need.