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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2021 Week 05 Hansard (Tuesday, 11 May 2021) . . Page.. 1248 ..


No 3 of 2020: Data Security;

No 7 of 2020: Management and care for people living with serious and continuing illness;

No 9 of 2020: 2019-20 Financial Audits Overview;

No 10 of 2020: 2019-20 Financial Audits—Financial Results and Audit Findings;

No 5 of 2019: Management of the System-Wide Data Review implementation program;

No 6 of 2019: ICT Strategic Planning;

No 9 of 2019: 2018-19 Financial Audits Overview;

No 10 of 2020: 2018-19 Financial Audit—Financial Results and Audit Findings; and

No 11 of 2020: Maintenance of ACT Government School Infrastructure.

The committee has agreed to note and not inquire further into these reports.

Statement by chair

MRS KIKKERT (Ginninderra) (11.31): Pursuant to standing order 246A, I wish to make a statement on behalf of the Standing Committee on Public Accounts in relation to the following Auditor-General’s reports:

No 1 of 2021: Land Management Agreements;

No 1 of 2020: Shared Services Delivery of HR and Finance Services; and

No 6 of 2020: Transfer of worker’s compensation arrangements from Comcare.

The committee has resolved to inquire further into these reports. Whilst the terms of reference for the inquiry will be in the information contained within each audit report, the committee’s inquiry will focus specifically on the conclusions and key findings in each report, and the government’s response to each report and implementation of each audit report’s recommendations.

In relation to Auditor-General’s report No 1 of 2021: Land Management Agreements, and Auditor-General’s report No 6 of 2020: Transfer of worker’s compensation arrangements from Comcare, the committee will be inviting written submissions to its inquiry from key interest and stakeholder groups.

In relation to Auditor-General’s report No 1 of 2020: Shared Services Delivery of HR and Finance Services, the committee will be seeking to hear only from the relevant ACT government ministers and ACT government contractors. The committee is expecting to report to the Legislative Assembly on each of these Auditor-General’s reports as soon as practicable.

Statement by chair

MRS KIKKERT (Ginninderra) (11.33): Pursuant to standing order 246A, I wish to make a statement on behalf of the Standing Committee on Public Accounts in relation


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