Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 1999 Week 9 Hansard (2 September) . . Page.. 2894 ..
(2) In relation to the implementation of the new administrative
which created the new Department of Treasury and Infrastructure,
can you provide details of
(a) the expected executive structure of the CMD and the Department of Treasury and Infrastructure, including old versus new salary level profiles;
(b) the full redundancy costs of the recent restructure given that some people will be within the new structure;
(c) the employment profile (by number of employees, category of employment, approximate aggregate salary value) of the sections of the CMD that now form the Department of Treasury and Infrastructure or are expected to form the new Department; and
(d) the employment profile of the 'new' CMD (by category of employment, number of employees and approximate aggregate salary value) as compared to the pre-announcement structure, including any expected changes as a direct result of the reshuffle.
(3) With regards to the transfer of the Chief Executive of the former
Office of Financial Management to the position of Chief Executive of
Treasury and Infrastructure, can you table any (a) contract variations,
(b) salary changes or (c) benefit changes that have accompanied the
(4) In relation to employing contract executives
(a) how many times has a Chief Executive position been filled without public advertisement or selection on merit; and
(b) can you table the selection criteria and duty statement that was
included with the recruitment documentation for the position of
Chief Executive of the new Department of Treasury
Ms Carnell: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(i) The Director Business Development and Tourism has not resigned from her position.
(ii) The Executive Director Business Development and Tourism is participating in the SOCOG Management and Development Program. This program is a formal arrangement whereby executives from both the private and public sector throughout Australian provide management support to SOCOG as part of Australia's support for the Olympics. This is a formal secondment to SOCOG.