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How much has been spent on promotional material during (a) 2017-18, (b) 2018-19 and (c) 2019-20 to date broken down by (i) type of promotional material, such as signs, banners, leaflets and other relevant categories, (ii) general topic, reason or campaign and (iii) quantity.

Mr Barr: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:

The ACT Public Service is currently responding to the COVID-19 public health emergency and a detailed response to these questions would require a considerable diversion of public sector resources and time.

Government campaigns, over $40 000, that are presented to the Independent Reviewer are tabled every six months. This information is available at

The ACT Government uses a creative agency panel process for the purchase of the following services:



Communications and engagement


Graphic design

Photography and video

Media placement and advice.

More information on the Creative Services Panel is available on the ACT Government Contracts Register at:

In March 2020, current creative services expenditure across ACT Government was provided in response to QON 10.

Government—promotional materials
(Question No 3142)

Mr Coe asked the Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs; the Minister for Advanced Technology and Space Industries; the Minister for the Arts, Creative Industries and Cultural Events; the Attorney-General; the Minister for Building Quality Improvement; the Minister for Business and Regulatory Services; the Chief Minister; the Minister for Children, Youth and Families; the Minister for City Services; the Minister for Climate Change and Sustainability; the Minister for Community Services and Facilities; the Minister for Corrections and Justice Health; the Minister for Disability; the Minister for Education and Early Childhood Development; the Minister for Employment and Workplace Safety; the Minister for the Environment and Heritage; the Minister for Government Services and Procurement; the Minister for Health; the Minister for Housing and Suburban Development; the Minister for Justice, Consumer Affairs and Road Safety; the Minister for Mental Health; the Minister for Multicultural Affairs; the Minister for

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