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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 05 Hansard (Thursday, 10 May 2018) . . Page.. 1906 ..

c) Yes - Transport Canberra and City Services provides Traffic Signals Operation and Maintenance Services to the National Capital Authority.

(i) The total cost of providing the service to the Commonwealth Government in 2015-16 and 2016-17 was $182,655 per annum. The year to date figures for 2017-18 is currently $121,767.

(ii) The Commonwealth Government made payments in relation to the Traffic Signals Operation and maintenance services.

(iii) The ACT Government received the following payments from the Commonwealth Government over the past three years:











d) No.

(i) Not relevant.

(ii) Not relevant.

(iii) Not relevant.

Government—procurement policies(Question No 1097)

Mr Coe asked the Treasurer, upon notice, on 23 March 2018:

Can the Treasurer provide a list of all Procurement Board decisions since 1 July 2012 to date that relate to the (a) Land Development Agency, (b) City Renewal Authority and (c) Suburban Land Agency including the (i) procurement classification, (ii) procurement method, (iii) nature of the proposal or issue, (iv) estimated value of the decision and (v) the Procurement Board’s decision or outcome.

Mr Barr: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:

The ACT Government Procurement Board (GPB) is established under Part 2, Division 2.1 of the Government Procurement Act 2001. The Board is prescribed under legislation to:

a) to review, and give advice to territory entities on, procurement issues;

b) to review, and give advice on:

(i) procurement proposals and activities referred to the board by a Minister or responsible Director-General officer; or

(ii) procurement proposals for procurement matters declared by the Minister;

c) to review procurement proposals of territory entities in accordance with the relevant regulation;

d) to consider, advise on and, if appropriate, endorse procurement practices and methods for use by territory entities;

e) to provide advice to the Minister on any issue relevant to the procurement activities of territory entities or the operation of this Act; and

f) to exercise any other function given to the board under this Act or any other Territory law.

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