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Annual Report 2016-2017 Department of the Legislative Assembly



Annual Report 2016-2017 Department of the Legislative Assembly

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DLA Annual Report 2016-17 Page 12 Participants in Parliamentary Education Services Programs Program Activity Participants Total Public Tours Saturday and Wednesday tours 2071 2071 Schools Programs Parliament House Tours 3387 Bombing of Darwin Tours 67 Role Plays 1586 Step Up Be Heard 43 Outreach Programs 260 5343 Special Events Commonwealth Week 471 Careers in Law Forum 92 YMCA Youth Parliament 10 Democracy Dash 23 CPA Roadshow 162 758 Adult Education Democracy in the NT 40 Know Your Assembly 196 Adult Student Tours 317 Community/Organisation Tours 78 631 Parliament Promotions Open Day 940 Induction Tours 20 Government Dept. Staff Tours 52 VIP tours 100 General tours 179 Bombing of Darwin Tour 25 1316 TOTAL 10,119 Member and Corporate Support Division Business Services The Business Services unit delivers services to both Members of the Assembly and the Department including; procurement, human resources, corporate information management, ICT, telecommunications, travel, vehicles and room hire and bookings at Parliament House. DCIS oversees outsourced ICT service contracts and provides an ICT Service Manager located at Parliament House to support the Legislative Assembly.

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