Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 08 Hansard (Thursday, 16 August 2018) . . Page.. 3238 ..
(2) These contractors were engaged across a number of Territory projects for different directorates/agencies at the time. Specific details of what particular projects they were engaged for is not held centrally.
Government—contractors(Question No 1556)
Mr Coe asked the Treasurer, upon notice, on 8 June 2018:
(1) Does the ACT Government publish contracts valued above $25,000 that were engaged through the Contractor Central system or Comensura on the Notifiable Contracts Register; if yes (a) what is the total number of the contracts valued above $25,000 that were engaged through Contractor Central or Comensura that have been published on the Notifiable Contracts Register since the commencement of Contractor Central to date and (b) if not, why not.
(2) How many contracts valued above $25,000 have been engaged through the Contractor Central system or Comensura since its commencement to date If the answer to part (1) is no.
(3) Do ACT Directorates publish contract information for contracts valued above $25,000 that were engaged through the Contractor Central system or Comensura as part of annual report requirements; if not, why not.
(4) How is expenditure on the ACT Government’s contingent workforce (a) monitored and (b) reported.
Mr Barr: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
(1) Individual employment contracts arising from engagements of contractors are not published on the Notifiable Contracts Register as they are not required to be notified under the Government Procurement Act 2001.
(2) Up until April this year, 381 contracts over $25,000 have been undertaken.
(3) No. These details are not published in the Annual Reports for the same reasons that apply as for response (1) above.
(4) (a) Directorates and agencies are responsible for managing their individual expenditure.
(b) Comensura provides regular reporting to the directorates as to the activity relating to the Contractor Central arrangements.
ACT Policing—gun ownership(Question No 1557)
Mr Coe asked the Minister for Police and Emergency Services, upon notice, on 8 June 2018: