Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2011 Week 06 Hansard (Tuesday, 21 June 2011) . . Page.. 2102 ..
and also looking at how we work with the commonwealth, industry and the community to better identify and communicate our infrastructure priorities.
MR SPEAKER: Ms Porter, a supplementary?
MS PORTER: What role does the government’s Strategic Board play in the development of the strategic plan?
MS GALLAGHER: The infrastructure plan does work across government and, indeed, across all of the directorates. There is a chief executives strategic planning committee, which was formed in 2001. The new Strategic Board will have a particular role in managing particularly the key priorities I will be identifying after question time today. The Strategic Board’s focus—and, I think, the direction from government—is very clear.
We expect our capital program to be delivered within the budget and within the time frames specified. Obviously there are individual projects where timing and costing issues will have to be readdressed during the delivery of those projects but I think the government has made it very clear to the Strategic Board that we expect them to be leading the delivery of our infrastructure program right across the government.
I ask that all further questions be placed on the notice paper.
Answers to questions on notice
Question No 1610
MR SMYTH: Under standing order 118A, I asked a question of the Treasurer, and the answer to question No 1610 was due on 6 May and is now overdue. I seek an explanation.
MS GALLAGHER: I am sorry, Mr Smyth, can you just say what it is in relation to?
Mr Smyth: Question No 1610 in regard to compulsory third party.
MS GALLAGHER: I am sorry, unless it is in my in-tray, Mr Smyth—which I have not seen today—it has not crossed my desk, so I will chase that up for you. My apologies.
Mr Smyth: And you will find out an explanation as to why it is so late?
MS GALLAGHER: Yes.
Question No 1395
MRS DUNNE: In accordance with standing order 118A, I directed question No 1395 to the Minister for the Arts in relation to the public art database, and the time expired on 17 March. I ask the minister to explain why the question has not been answered.
MS BURCH: I will find out where it is. I apologise for it being late, but I will find out and make sure I have an explanation and get it to the member.