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Documents - ; Slanderous and defamatory allegations made by Mr Stirling against Mr Cleanthous and Deo

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Tabled paper 1563


Tabled Papers for 8th Assembly 1997 - 2001; Tabled Papers; ParliamentNT




Tabledby Shane Stone


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Aboriginal A Torres Strait Islander Commission Nhulunbuy Regional Office entitled to received a social security allowance 26480-G05 Officc Building $120.000 Description Requirement Periodic financial reports Quarterly reports within two months of end of the quarter Budget Reporting on line items with no variation between the following blocks without approval by ATSIC: Salaries Recurrent Capita] Acquiltaricc Recurrent / Capital Grants exceeding $50,000 acquittance requirements Procurement Procurement requirements for requirements for assets or services more than $30,000 Other Construction infrastructure projects: project manager must be used to oversee the project supply of site plans, building plans and specifications and relevant permits before commencement of construction supply of work-plans, construction timetable and cash flow requirements copies of all correspondence from the project manager about the contract and the work Generally compliance with the terms and conditions have been good. However some dcficicncics were noted, including the following: no quotations or waiver was sought for the provision of training paid for by the ORC recurrent budget of $18,000. The training was provided by Cieanthous & Dco. Discussions with Cleanthous & Deo indicated the training was for a basic course in accounting. As a result of our review of the material and discussions with Cleanthous & Deo we believe the organisation should have obtained three quotes from potential service providers to ascertain whether they could have obtained best value for money; and the organisation purchased some capital items under the CDEP capital grant, including one tractor and four wheel drive before seeking approval from ATSIC to vary the items to be acquired. There is some anomalies between the amounts and items approved in the Ngadunggay Homelands Resource Centre 30 ^