Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 1996 Week 12 Hansard (21 November) . . Page.. 3979 ..
MRS CARNELL (Chief Minister and Minister for Health and Community Care): Mr Speaker, for the information of members and pursuant to section 77 of the Health Complaints Act 1993, I present the Commissioner for Health Complaints Report for 1995-96.
Papers and Ministerial Statement
MRS CARNELL (Chief Minister): For the information of members and pursuant to sections 31A and 79 of the Public Sector Management Act 1994, I present copies of contracts made with Helen Briggs, a temporary contract; Garrick Calnan, a temporary contract; Ronald Dance, a temporary contract; Bruce Dockrill, an amendment to original contract; Beverley Forner; Elizabeth Fowler; Fran Hinton, a chief executive contract; Gordon Lee Koo, a temporary chief executive contract; Mark Owens; and Alec Percival, a temporary contract. I ask for leave to make a short statement.
MRS CARNELL: I present the next set of executive contracts. The contracts are tabled in accordance with sections 31A and 79 of the Public Sector Management Act, which requires the tabling of all long-term and short-term executive contracts. You will recall that I previously tabled contracts on 26 September 1996. Today I present nine contracts and one Schedule A. Two contracts relate to chief executive offices. One is for the long-term arrangements for the Department of Education and Training and the other is for a short-term arrangement for the chief executive of the Department of Health and Community Care during a recent absence.
Three contracts relate to long-term executive offices and include two from the Department of Urban Services and one from the Department of Business, the Arts, Sport and Tourism. Four contracts relate to short-term executive arrangements for offices in the Department of Health and Community Care, the Department of Urban Services and the Attorney-General's Department. Four contracts relate to short-term executive arrangements for offices in the Department of Health and Community Care, the Department of Urban Services and the Attorney-General's Department. The Schedule A is for the Executive Director, Works and Commercial Services, and is an amendment to the original Schedule A, which was tabled with the contract on 5 September. The amendment to this Schedule is simply a change in the date of commencement.
Finally, I would like to alert members to the issue of privacy of personal information that may be contained in these contracts and performance agreements. I ask members to deal sensitively with the information and respect the privacy of the individual executives.