CONSTITUTIONAL CENTRE AND ELECTORAL EDUCATION
771. Hon PETER COLLIER to
the Leader of the House representing the Premier:
Thank you, Madam President. I apologise for the length of
that last question.
The PRESIDENT: Noted.
Hon PETER COLLIER: I refer to the Constitutional
Centre and the Electoral Education Centre.
(1) Has a consultant
been engaged by the government to review the Constitutional Centre and/or the
Electoral Education Centre; and, if yes, who and at what cost?
future use is the government planning for the buildings currently housing the
Constitutional Centre and the Electoral Education Centre?
efficiencies is the government seeking through the digital transformation of
the Constitutional Centre and/or the Electoral Education Centre services?
alternative service delivery models for the Constitutional Centre and/or the
Electoral Education Centre are being considered?
Hon SUE ELLERY replied:
I thank the honourable member for some notice of the
question, which I note was lodged on 30 August.
(1) Yes. The
Nexus Network has been engaged to review the Constitutional Centre. The cost
has not yet been finalised but will be included in the relevant consultant's
report tabled in Parliament
The review of the Constitutional Centre is focused on whether the centre is
meeting its aims and objectives; the current service delivery model, including
digital engagement; and whether opportunities for synergies with other state
and commonwealth government programs exist.
It should be noted for listeners of the Rumour File
program on 6PR that the Premier has no intention of moving from Dumas House and
enjoys being in the same building as his ministers.