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Notice given 22 September 2011

1255  Senator Birmingham: To ask the Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy—In regard to the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA):

(1) What is ACMA’s total expenditure for the 2010-11 financial year on:

(a) advertising;

(b) travel (including a breakdown of business versus economy and domestic versus international);

(c) hospitality and entertainment;

(d) information and communications technology;

(e) consultancy;

(f) education/training to staff;

(g) external accounting;

(h) external auditing;

(i) external legal; and

(j) memberships or grants paid to affiliate organisations.

(2) Can a breakdown of the expenditure in (1) be provided for each division within the ACMA on:

(a) advertising;

(b) travel (including a breakdown of business versus economy and domestic versus international);

(c) hospitality and entertainment;

(d) information and communications technology;

(e) consultancy;

(f) education/training to staff;

 

 (g) external accounting;

(h) external auditing;

(i) external legal; and

(j) memberships or grants paid to affiliate organisations.

(3) Within each divisional area, can a breakdown of expenditure be provided, for each Executive Manager on:

(a) advertising;

(b) travel (including a breakdown of business versus economy and domestic versus international);

(c) hospitality and entertainment;

(d) information and communications technology;

(e) consultancy;

(f) education/training to staff;

(g) external accounting;

(h) external auditing;

(i) external legal; and

(j) memberships or grants paid to affiliate organisations.

1258  Senator Birmingham: To ask the Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy—

(1) Can details be provided on total expenditure for the 2010-11 financial year for the department on:

(a) advertising;

(b) travel (including a breakdown of business versus economy and domestic versus international);

(c) hospitality and entertainment;

(d) information and communications technology;

(e) consultancy;

(f) education/training to staff;

(g) external accounting;

(h) external auditing;

(i) external legal; and

(j) memberships or grants paid to affiliate organisations.

(2) Can a breakdown of the expenditure in (1) be provided for each departmental group within the department on :

(a) advertising;

(b) travel (including a breakdown of business versus economy and domestic versus international);

(c) hospitality and entertainment;

(d) information and communications technology;

(e) consultancy;

(f) education/training to staff;

(g) external accounting;

(h) external auditing;

(i) external legal; and

(j) memberships or grants paid to affiliate organisations.

 

 (3) Within each divisional area, can a breakdown of expenditure be provided, for each Assistant Secretary on:

(a) advertising;

(b) travel (including a breakdown of business versus economy and domestic versus international);

(c) hospitality and entertainment;

(d) information and communications technology;

(e) consultancy;

(f) education/training to staff;

(g) external accounting;

(h) external auditing;

(i) external legal; and

(j) memberships or grants paid to affiliate organisations.