Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2017 Week 02 Hansard (Wednesday, 15 February 2017) . . Page.. 481 ..
MRS JONES: Minister, can you outline to the Assembly the total spend and breakdown of the expenditure from the $30 levy that was imposed last year to tackle this issue?
MS BERRY: The $21.4 million that will be collected from the levy will be detailed in the budget when it is available. So you will be able to see all the different line items. I can provide you with the exact spends on them at another time.
ACT Health—annual report corrigenda
MS LEE: My question is to the Chief Minister, notifiable instrument No 207 of 2015 regarding the preparation of annual reports for the 2015-16 financial year states that if a government directorate or agency needs to correct an annual report it needs to table a corrected version or a corrigendum in the Assembly. The agency also needs to advise the workforce capability and governance division in writing. Has any ACT government directorate or agency advised that they intend to table a corrected version of its 2015-16 annual report or a corrigendum?
MR BARR: Not that I am aware of, but I will check the record and find out for Ms Lee.
MS LEE: Has any ACT government directorate or agency advised your directorate of any problems with its management of data and reporting of its performance information in relation to the 2015-16 annual reports or other reports to the Assembly?
MR BARR: I will need to check the record with the relevant directorates.
MRS DUNNE: Chief Minister, is any ACT government directorate or agency holding discussions with federal government agencies about its reporting of its data?
MR BARR: That is, again, an interesting question. I will need to take some advice on that. I imagine that most areas of government are involved in discussions with their commonwealth counterparts around data. I will take the question on notice in the context of all of the previous questions that Mrs Dunne and her colleagues have asked rather than, I think, the broader frame in which it could be interpreted.
MR PETTERSSON: My question is to the Minister for Transport and City Services. Can the minister update the Assembly on the latest developments in implementing the light rail network for Canberra?
MS FITZHARRIS: I thank Mr Pettersson for the question. I certainly can update the Assembly on the latest developments to implement a light rail network for Canberra. I am pleased to inform the Assembly that our government is continuing to deliver on its commitment to build a city-wide light rail network for Canberra. Light rail stage 1 is well underway from Civic to Gungahlin, as any of you who have travelled along that corridor can see. Light rail will transform our growing city, taking thousands of cars