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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2021 Week 07 Hansard (Thursday, 24 June 2021) . . Page.. 2129 ..

(3) Winnunga has developed a Model of Care for the service. Potential publication of this document is subject to further discussion with Winnunga.

(4) Refer to response to Question 3.

(5) Design and construction of the facility is subject to Budget consideration.

Canberra Innovation Network—employment and business development(Question No 280)

Mr Cain asked the Assistant Minister for Economic Development, upon notice, on 4 June 2021:

Does the Canberra Innovation Network (CBRIN) have any explicit rules or policies in place that prevent its employees from investing personally in their clients; if so, is there a defined time period where former employees are not allowed to invest in CBRIN clients after ceasing employment with CBRIN

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

CBRIN allows its employees to make personal financial investments within the entrepreneurial ecosystem, but manages any potential conflicts of interests through the application of its conflict of interest policy and related processes. These outline the main principles of disclosure, potential conflict management considerations, and removing staff members from conflict of interest situations if necessary.

CBRIN’s conflict of interest policy and operation are a matter for oversight and monitoring by CBRIN’s Management.

Government—commercial leases(Question No 281)

Mr Cain asked the Treasurer, upon notice, on 4 June 2021:

In relation to the transfer of an interest in a commercial lease, other than a commercial lease with a premium, for each financial year from 2014-2015 to 2020-21 (to date), can the Minister advise the (a) number of initial assessments, (b) total value of initial assessments, (c) number of assessments subject to objection, (d) number of rejected objections, (e) number of allowed or part allowed objections, (f) dollar value of rejected objections and (g) dollar value of allowed or part allowed objections.

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

The specific information sought is not readily ascertainable through ACT Revenue Office systems. Retrieval of this information would require assessments and objections to be individually reviewed and then the data manually collated. I consider this would be an unreasonable diversion of resources at this time.

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