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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 06 Hansard (Thursday, 7 June 2018) . . Page.. 2288 ..

b) The work to be completed will be determined by the details of each individual project, and tailored to requirements set out by the relevant directorate(s). The Centre will facilitate and provide guidance as required.

c) Please see answer to Question 4.

d) The need for third party consultation will be determined on a case-by-case basis as the forward work plan is finalised.

(7) Each directorate will be provided with access to their own secure tenancy within a technology platform and will have complete control over what data goes onto the platform, who can access it and the conditions under which it would be shared. The Centre will provide management of the technology platform and support for analytics. It will not have access to the data in each tenancy unless authorised by the directorate.

(8) The Centre of Data Excellence will manage the secure, privacy-centred technology platform but each individual directorate will have total control and ownership over the data that is stored. Some of the data stored by directorates may contain personally identifiable information.

a) Centre staff will only be given access to data where explicit approval of the directorate that owns the data has been given.

b) Access to data will be determined by the nature of the project being undertaken. The directorate determines what level of access is appropriate.

c) Each directorate has total control and ownership of their own data and fully controls who has access.

d) Along with developing the technology platform to securely store data, the Centre will work with all directorates to develop a comprehensive and contemporary governance framework for the management of data. This framework will include the policies, guidelines, standards and operating procedures required by a modern, data rich organisation. This will include appropriate risk management strategies.

(9) DataACT will continue to be the ACT Government’s open data portal. The Centre will encourage directorates storing data within the secure technology platform to look at all opportunities for publishing appropriate open, desensitised or anonymised data to dataACT.

Our Canberra newsletter—publication data(Question No 1300)

Mr Coe asked the Chief Minister, upon notice, on 13 April 2018:

Can the Chief Minister provide, since the commencement of the Our Canberra newsletter to date, per month for each region (a) the total print run of each edition, (b) the number of electronic copies circulated, (c) the cost of printing the newsletters, (d) the contract details relating to the printing of the newsletters, including (i) contract number and title, (ii) value and period of contract and (iii) name of the contractor, (e) the cost of distributing the newsletter, (f) the contract details relating to the distribution of the newsletters, including (i) contract number and title, (ii) value and period of contract and (iii) name of the contractor, (g) whether there were any additional attachments to the newsletter; if so, the nature of those attachments, and the cost, (h) whether the newsletters were printed in the ACT and (i) whether the newsletter included a message from the Chief Minister.

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