Allegedly Unlawful Practices Raised by the Auditor-General in his Annual Report, 2003-2004

Committee Details

Legislative Council Standing Orders
51st Parliament 27/04/2006 - 20/02/2010
To report by 18 November 2009

Committee Function

To inquire into and report upon issues relating to allegedly unlawful practices raised by the Auditor-General in his Annual Report, 2003-2004, and in particular -
a) all issues related to the operation of the Crown Solicitor's Trust Account and the $5 million "interagency loan" between the Department for Administrative and Information Services and the Department for Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation;
b) whether the practices were in fact unlawful;
c) the extent to which these practices have been used in other Departments;
d) issues of natural justice surrounding the treatment of Ms Kate Lennon;
e) why agencies were unable to meet statutory reporting deadlines;
f) suggestions as to how the management of unspent funds should be approached in the future; and
g) all other related matters.
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