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AUDITOR-GENERAL'S REPORTS—ORDERS OF THE DAY—CONSIDERATION

The following orders of the day relating to reports of the Auditor-General were considered:

 Auditor-General—Audit report no. 34 of 2010-11—Performance audit—General practice education and training—General Practice Education and Training Limited. Motion of Senator Boyce to take note of document agreed to.

 Auditor-General—Audit report no. 41 of 2010-11—Performance audit—Maintenance of the Defence estate—Department of Defence. Motion of Senator Boyce to take note of document agreed to.

 Auditor-General—Audit report no. 42 of 2010-11—Performance audit—The establishment, implementation and administration of the council allocation component of the Regional and Local Community Infrastructure Program—Department of Regional Australia, Regional Development and Local Government. Motion of Senator Boyce to take note of document agreed to.

 Auditor-General—Audit report no. 47 of 2010-11—Performance audit—The development and administration of National Research Flagships—Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation. Motion of Senator Boyce to take note of document agreed to.


 Auditor-General—Audit report no. 51 of 2010-11—Performance audit—Administration of the Access to Allied Psychological Services Program—Department of Health and Ageing. Motion of Senator Boyce to take note of document agreed to.

 Auditor-General—Audit report no. 52 of 2010-11—Performance audit—Administration of deductible gift recipients (non-profit sector)—Australian Taxation Office. Motion of Senator Boyce to take note of document agreed to.

 Auditor-General—Audit report no. 57 of 2010-11—Performance audit—Acceptance into service of Navy capability—Department of Defence; Defence Materiel Organisation. Motion of Senator Boyce to take note of document agreed to.

Order of the day no. 8 relating to reports of the Auditor-General was called on but no motion was moved.