Annual Report 2000/2001 Territory Housing
Tabled paper 154
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Increased access to appropriate, affordable and well managed housing for Indigenous people. 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 Government Business Division Department I 2 3 i Q U A N T IT Y = " B P LUu > Q _ < c d y -u _ io Cl LU >oo Number of Ministerial correspondence. 25 articles of written correspondence were forwarded to the Ministers Office in response to requests for information or advice. Housing Ministers endorsed the report to the Commonwealth, State and Territory Housing Ministers on the Implementation of Housing Ministers' Resolution for Indigenous Housing in May 2001. The National Housing Minister's Conference was held in Alice Springs in May 2001. Papers and presentations were prepared for the Conference and a visit to Ntaria was arranged for conference delegates. Q U A L IT Y I Advice and information to Government. Advice and information to Government included the following: program development and implementation; standing committee on Indigenous housing; Commonwealth Grants Commission Indigenous Funding Inquiry; and House of representatives Standing Committee on the needs of urban dwelling Indigenous people. 2.2%: Policy Advice T IM E L IN E SS Ministerial correspondence received within agreed timeframes. 9 92% of Ministerial correspondence was received by the Minister's Office within the agreed timeframe.
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