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Public Hearings

(ACT Budget Estimates: 15 – 29 June 2018)

Inquiry into Appropriation Bill 2018-2019 and

The Appropriation (Office of the Legislative Assembly) Bill 2018-2019

The ACT Legislative Assembly’s Select Committee on Estimates 2018-2019 will be holding public hearings for the Inquiry into the Appropriation Bill 2018-2019 and the Appropriation (Office of the Legislative Assembly) Bill 2018-2019 from Friday 15 to Friday 29 June 2018, inclusive.

The eleven-day hearing program will commence with community and industry groups.  On following days, ACT Government Ministers and statutory officers are scheduled to appear before the Committee.

The public hearings schedule can be accessed here:

The 2018-2019 Budget Papers can be found under the Chief Minister, Treasury and Economic Development Directorate’s Budget webpage at:

Hearings will be held in Committee Room 1, Ground Floor, in the Legislative Assembly building in Civic Square, on London Circuit, in Canberra City.  Members of the public are welcome to observe the public hearings from the public gallery of Committee Room 1.

It is also possible to watch the proceedings live via the Assembly’s web-streaming, and if you miss the proceedings of this Committee or any other, you may also access audio-visual recordings of them via the Assembly’s Committees on Demand portal at: The recording of a hearing is usually available some hours after the hearing.

The Hansard transcripts of the hearings will be accessible via the Inquiry or Hansard webpage a few days after the relevant hearing at:

Thursday 14 June 2018

Further information:

Committee Chair, Mr Andrew Wall MLA on 02 6205 0225

Committee Secretary, Mrs Nicola Kosseck on 02 620 50435 or

Committee Support Office: 02 620 50127


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