Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2011 Week 12 Hansard (Tuesday, 25 October 2011) . . Page.. 4895 ..
young people. The equipment provided to the children and young people is assessed individually on their needs and their circumstances and indeed caseworkers complete a financial plan as part of their planning. Frequently other large items need to be purchased, such as bedding and furniture. At present, there are no logs kept of the amount of equipment provided, given the unique nature and the varying nature of the circumstances, for the reasons that I have mentioned.
Answers to questions on notice
Question No 1830
MR HANSON: Under standing order 118A, I ask the Attorney-General to provide an explanation as to why I have not received an answer to a question on notice that I asked. It is question No 1830 which relates to correctional officer pay grades.
MR CORBELL: I regret that Mr Hanson has not received an answer to that question. I need to make an inquiry of my directorate as to why there has been a delay and I will come back to the Assembly with that answer.
Question No 1778
MR HANSON: Under standing order 118A, I ask the Treasurer to provide an explanation as to why I have not received an answer to a question on notice that I asked. That is question No 1778 and it relates to the transfer of funds to the JACS Directorate.
MR BARR: I think I have signed that one off today; so it should be on its way. It relates to collation of information and it was late getting to me.
Questions Nos 1713, 1781 and 1784
MR HANSON: To the Minister for Health, under 118A, minister, I ask about question No 1713 in relation to the capital asset development plan, 1784 in relation to rehab services and 1781 in relation to mental health.
MS GALLAGHER: I will follow up on 1784 and 1781 because I do not believe I have seen those come into my office. In relation to the one around the CADP, that is the subject of ongoing discussion between the directorate and me to make sure the answers are correct and I have sought further advice around at least two of the projects. I will get it to you as soon as I can but I need to sign it off and make sure I am happy with the answer.
Mr Barr presented the following paper:
Public Accounts—Standing Committee—Inquiry—Auditor-General’s Report No. 2/2011—Residential Land Supply and Development—Government submission.