Page 1804 - Week 05 - Thursday, 11 May 2017

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(2) (a) This payment was for Professional services - Data Governance Manager

(b) The services were provided in relation to the Revenue Collection Transformation Program.

(3) The project was to refine the current developed Student Resource (SRA) Allocation funding model (Stage 1) based on the methodologies and agreed parameters developed by the SRA Project Team and its assessment for the 2015 school year

(4) This report was on a Review of the Provision of Vocational Education and Training in ACT Public Schools.

(5) (a) This payment was for Project Management Services and Business Analytical Services.

(b) The services provided were in relation to the Revenue Collection Transformation Program.

(6) The terms of reference for the engagement of Sue Packer as an expert panel member were for her to:

- participate in the activities of the Expert Panel having regard to the role of the chairman of the Panel, and do all things reasonably necessary for the Expert Panel to undertake the activities prescribed for the Panel; and

- participate in carrying out the work of the Expert Panel in the review including evaluations, research, consultations and other activities outlined in the Terms of Reference according to a timetable that will enable the Expert Panel to prepare the draft and final report.

(7) (a) The objectives of the United States leg of the trade mission were to:

- promote and raise awareness of the ACT and region’s strengths as a knowledge economy, a place to invest and establish business links;

- grow awareness of Canberra’s strengths in innovation, research and advanced technologies;

- create a foundation for further collaboration and partnerships between Canberra business communities in San Francisco, San Jose and Austin;

- progress discussions about the opportunity to engage more closely with Washington DC; and

- support the efforts of the delegation of Canberra businesses in building networks, demonstrating technology, gaining insights into US industry best practice, exploring opportunities to access the US market and exploring opportunities for investment.

(b) The total cost for the trade mission to the USA and Japan (San Francisco, Austin, Washington DC, Nara, and Tokyo) was $212,997.

(c) Attending the trade mission were:

From Government:

- Chief Minister;

- Chief Minister’s Chief of Staff;

- Chief Digital Officer, CMTEDD;

- Director-General Economic Development;

- Senior Manager Invest Canberra, CMTEDD; and

- Manager International Programs, CMTEDD.

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