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Appointments are determined by an assessment panel which assesses the applications and provides me with recommendations. In the most recent recruitment process, the panel comprised of a senior representative from LPP and the Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate, and the acting Chair of the FCC. JACS consults on the proposed recommendations with the Office for Women, the Community Participation Group and the Office for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs. As the FCC is not a statutory body, Assembly Standing Committee consultation is not required.

Following my agreement and Cabinet endorsement, I sign the instrument of appointment. Candidates are appointed to the FCC on the commencement date stated in the instrument. JACS then sends letters to applicants notifying them of the outcome of the selection process. Lastly, appointees are asked to sign the ACT Boards and Committees Code of Conduct, Conflict of Interest and background declaration forms.

*Records within LPP indicate these individuals have been FCC members since at least 2002. Further records outside of LPP would need to be obtained at financial cost in order to determine whether these individuals were members prior to 2002, and were unable to be obtained in time for provision of this response.

Government—vehicle fleet
(Question No 1325)

Ms Lee asked the Minister for Transport and City Services, upon notice, on 11 May 2018 (redirected to the Treasurer):

(1) How many cars are currently in the ACT Government vehicle fleet.

(2) In relation to the cars currently in the ACT Government vehicle fleet, (a) what brands are they, (b) when were they purchased, (c) what are the leasing terms, (d) how are they allocated by directorate and (e) by what methods will they be disposed of.

(3) What is the total estimated cost of the 600 electric vehicles that are to be purchased.

(4) Under what financing arrangement and over what period of time will the 600 electric vehicles be purchased.

(5) Under what tender/contract arrangement will the purchases be made.

(6) If the purchases are to be made by tender, (a) who will be eligible to submit a tender, (b) what will the tender process be and (c) what is the estimated timeframe for the tender process.

(7) What is the cost per vehicle of the 600 electric vehicles to be purchased.

(8) Where will these cars be sourced from.

(9) What is their country of origin.

(10) What servicing arrangements will be made for these cars.

(11) When was the decision made to change to an all-electric vehicle fleet.

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