Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2011 Week 13 Hansard (Thursday, 17 November 2011) . . Page.. 5623 ..
A number of reports were prepared or received to inform the evaluation of the You Are Here pilot. These reports included:
• Creative Producer’s Artistic Report
• Financial statements
• Marketing Report
• Sponsorship feedback
• Debriefing meeting notes
The total audience attendance during the 2011 pilot was 12,695, with an additional 662 artists/ participants. The You Are Here Wordpress blog received 7,652 visits over 36 days, from 17 February 2011 to 24 March 2011.
The key findings of the evaluation included:
• the event was regarded as a success by sponsors, participants and audiences;
• there were no safety issues or incidents;
• the project was delivered within budget; and
• there were no contractual issues.
In addition, the You Are Here pilot was recently recognised by the Australian Business Art Foundation (AbaF) at its State/Territory awards for ‘Good practice in partnering’ in 2011.
The evaluation panel recommended that the initiative be continued, feedback from the evaluation be provided to the Creative Producer, and consideration be given to the timing, delivery model and target audience for future events.
(b) The Centenary Unit is currently working with the Creative Producers for You Are Here in 2012 on program scoping, development, sponsorship and contracting.
Public service—boards and committees(Question No 1786)
Mr Smyth asked the Treasurer, upon notice, on 20 September 2011 (redirected to the Chief Minister):
(1) How many boards, committees and similar organisations exist within the ACT public service and how many of these organisations have been established by statute.
(2) What are the names of each organisation which exists within the ACT public service.
(3) What is the legislation by which an organisation has been established, if an organisation has been established by statute.
Ms Gallagher: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
1) Information on ACT Public Service boards and committees is provided in Directorates’ Annual Reports. Under Internal Accountability (see section C of Annual Reports), directorates are required (as per the Chief Minister’s Annual Report Directions) to report on: