Annual Report 2000/2001 Territory Housing
Tabled paper 154
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Maximising Territorians home ownership opportunities. O U T P U T IN D IC A TO R A C T U A L PER FO R M A N C E DMilon Department POLICY ADVICE I %: Policy Advice Q U A N T IT Y Number of Ministerial correspondence. 25 articles of written correspondence were forwarded to the Minister's Office in response to requests for information or advice. Q U A L IT Y New programs implemented or amendment to existing programs, to meet current community needs. T IM EL Ministerial correspondence received within agreed timeframes. i In 2000-2001 changes were implemented to the following schemes: - HomeStart; - HomeShane; - Early Start Deposit Assistance Grant; - Assist Interest Subsidy; and - Purchasing with Private Finance Scheme. N ESS m 92% of Ministerial correspondence was received by the Minister's Office within the agreed timeframe. Additional Outputs O U T P U T Government Business Division 1 2 3 4zmmm*> --ams Mm Assess, allocate and moni various community service which have been approved IN D IC A TO R Community service obligation funding for home ownership assistance. Budget $3.773M. funding for obligations, ay Government. A C T U A L PER FO R M A N C E $3.773M was transferred to Territory Housing Business Services for home ownership community service obligations as approved by Government. The estimated actual cost of home ownership community service obligations was $3.006M. For full details of community service obligations see page I 33. page 32
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