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undertaken, (iii) the method of procurement or selection for participation and (iv) any other relevant information regarding selection or participation.
(4) Will the review into provisional driver licences involve any public consultation; if so, (a) what form will the public consultation take, (b) how will it be advertised, (c) the length of the consultation period and (d) whether it will be run through the ACT Government or through an external entity, and if an external entity the supplier and the cost; if not, why not.
(5) When is the review into provisional driver licences scheduled to be completed.
(6) Will the results and findings of the review into provisional driver licences be made public; if so, where will they be published; if not, why not.
Mr Rattenbury: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
The review of the ACT Graduated Licensing Scheme is an action item under the ACT Road Safety Action Plan 2016-20 (Action 21). The review is being conducted internally by the Road Safety Policy team within the Justice and Community Safety Directorate. No third parties or external contractors have been engaged.
The review has been guided by the Australian Graduated Licensing Scheme Policy Framework (the national framework), endorsed by the Transport and Infrastructure Council in November 2014. The national framework is based on an extensive review of evidence and incorporates a tiered approach to best practice, and is designed to encourage and guide improvements to Graduated Licensing Schemes for all states and territories.
The ACT discussion paper will incorporate an analysis of best practice evidence, ACT crash data and community feedback in proposing a range of reforms.
Public consultation will include an invitation for public submissions. It is anticipated to commence in the coming months, coordinated and funded by the Justice and Community Safety Directorate, with use of the ACT Government’s social media accounts, the ‘Yoursay’ consultation website and Our Canberra newsletters. Following the consultation period, the Justice and Community Safety Directorate will assess outcomes and make recommendations to me about planning and timing of implementation.
Canberra—flags and banners
(Question No 927)
Mr Coe asked the Minister for Economic Development, upon notice, on 16 February 2018 (redirected to the Treasurer):
(1) How much revenue was received from the hire of flags and/or banner poles under the Flags and Banners Operational Guidelines in the financial years (a) 2014-15, (b) 2015-16, (c) 2016-17 and (d) 2017-18 to date.
(2) Who hired flag and/or banner sites and what was the purpose for the hire in the financial years (a) 2014-15, (b) 2015-16, (c) 2016-17 and (d) 2017-18 to date.
(3) When were the Flags and Banners Operational Guidelines issued.