Department of Parliamentary Services Annual Report 2011-2012

Text descriptions for figures in report

Figure 1—DPS Departmental Structure at 30 June 2012

Secretary
Ms Carol Mills

Parliamentary Librarian
Dr Dianne Heriot

Deputy Secretary
Mr David Kenny

Assistant Secretary Corporate Services Branch and Chief Finance Officer
Ms Karen Williams

Assistant Secretary Information Access Branch
Ms Judy Hutchinson

Assistant Secretary Building Services Branch
Ms Bronwyn Graham

A/g Assistant Secretary
Research Branch
Ms Cathy Madden

Assistant Secretary Infrastructure Services Branch
Ms Freda Hanley

Assistant Secretary Content Management Branch
Ms Karen Greening

A/g Assistant Secretary
Projects Branch
Mr Nick Tate

Go to Figure 1 


Figure 2—Relationship between Outcome and Programs

OUTCOME

Occupants of Parliament House are supported by integrated services and facilities, Parliament functions effectively and its work and building are accessible to the public.

PROGRAM 1

Library services

An effective knowledge centre for the Parliament through the provision of information, analysis and advice.

1.1 Research services

1.2 Information access services

PROGRAM 2

Building and occupant services

An efficiently functioning, safe and secure environment for Senators, Members, other building occupants and visitors.

2.1 Security services

2.2 Facilities services

PROGRAM 3

Infrastructure services

Integrated services and facilities through the provision of maintenance, infrastructure and support services.

3.1 Building infrastructure services

3.2 IT Infrastructure services

PROGRAM 4

Parliamentary Records services

Access to the work of the Parliament through the provision of audio-visual and Hansard records of proceedings of Parliament.

4.1 Broadcasting services

4.2 Hansard services

PROGRAM 5

Administered works

Preservation of the heritage value of Parliament House and surrounds.

Building

Furniture

Artworks

Gardens and landscapes

Go to Figure 2 


Figure 3—Annual building and landscape water consumption

Financial year

Consumption (kL)

1988-89

251,326

1989-90

325,476

1990-91

476,908

1991-92

429,886

1992-93

324,924

1993-94

304,263

1994-95

308,222

1995-96

349,451

1996-97

238,519

1997-98

207,461

1998-99

212,725

1999-00

222,368

2000-01

255,538

2001-02

285,745

2002-03

277,709

2003-04

238,164

2004-05

194,694

2005-06

270,421

2006-07

224,006

2007-08

163,481

2008-09

167,622

2009-10

161,187

2010-11

152,842

2011-12

156,853

Go to Figure 3 


Figure 4—Annual energy consumption

 
Energy usage (in 000s of GJ)

Financial year 

Gas

Electricity

1988-89

178.22

155.9

1989-90

145.08

136.16

1990-91

114.18

126.38

1991-92

102.53

120.56

1992-93

106.

118.24

1993-94

89.21

113.5

1994-95

75.21

109.07

1995-96

75.38

104.86

1996-97

65.41

105.87

1997-98

63.08

103.52

1998-99

68.62

104.87

1999-00

59.86

102.08

2000-01

53.92

102.61

2001-02

54.11

98.07

2002-03

50.31

97.43

2003-04

51.64

99.96

2004-05

42.31

91.22

2005-06

47.31

93.95

2006-07

45.38

93.98

2007-08

41.11

88.64

2008-09

43.52

92.386

2009-10

44.31

96.09

2010-11

46.7

92.57

2011-12

49.01

89.81

Go to Figure 4 


Figure 5—Broadcasting and Hansard—Chamber Hours 1997–98 to 2011–12

Financial year

Hours

38th Parliament

1997-98

1439

1998-99

1142

39th Parliament

1999-00

1450

2000-01

1356

40th Parliament

2001-02

937

2002-03

1460

2003-04

1488

41st Parliament

2004-05

963

2005-06

1354

2006-07

1448

42nd Parliament

2007-08

929

2008-09

1473

43rd Parliament

2009-10

1341

2010-11

1138

2011-12

1626

Go to Figure 5 


Figure 6—Broadcasting and Hansard—Committee Hours 1997–98 to 2011–12

Financial year

Hours

38th Parliament

1997-98

2628

1998-99

1948

39th Parliament

1999-00

2490

2000-01

2266

40th Parliament

2001-02

1254

2002-03

2479

2003-04

2606

41st Parliament

2004-05

1479

2005-06

2438

2006-07

1995

42nd Parliament

2007-08

1208

2008-09

2804

43rd Parliament

2009-10

2191

2010-11

1961

2011-12

2960

Go to Figure 6 


Figure 7—Monthly views of the FlagPost blog

Date
Views

May - Sep 2010

4367

Oct-10

2582

Nov-10

2817

Dec-10

2499

Jan-11

1600

Feb-11

3715

Mar-11

4642

Apr-11

5795

May-11

7057

Jun-11

6939

Jul-11

6619

Aug-11

6741

Sep-11

5883

Oct-11

8841

Nov-11

10926

Dec-11

6275

Jan-12

4,738

Feb-12

13,046

Mar-12

13,494

Apr-12

11,283

May-12

14,381

Jun-12

14,960

Go to Figure 7 


Figure 8—Distribution of client service hours by service type

Financial year

Publications

Parliamentary committees, parliamentary departments and reciprocal arrangements

Commissioned services for Senators and Members

2008-09

25012

4062

39053

2009-10

21011

3088

33978

2010-11

21010

2100

32722

2011-12

16338

2864

30547

Go to Figure 8 


Figure 9—Library organisational chart at 30 June 2012

Joint Standing Committee on the Parliamentary Library

Secretary DPS
Ms Carol Mills

Parliamentary Librarian
Dr Dianne Heriot

Director
Client Relations
Ms Joanne James

Assistant Secretary
Information Access Branch
Ms Judy Hutchinson

A/g Assistant Secretary
Research Branch
Ms Cathy Madden

Director
Central Enquiry Point
Mr Leo Terpstra

Director
Economics
Ms Anne Holmes

Director
Collection Management
Ms Liz Luchetti

Director
Foreign Affairs, Defence and Security
Mr Nigel Brew

Director
Database Services
Ms Gaik Khong

A/g Director
Law and Bills Digest
Ms Michele Brennan

Director
Publishing
Ms Slobodanka Graham

Director
Politics and Public Administration
Mr Nicholas Horne

Director
Science, Technology, Environment & Resources
Mr Roger Beckmann

Director
Social Policy
Ms Carol Ey

Director
Statistics and Mapping
Ms Sue Johnson

Go to Figure 9 


Figure 10—Breakdown of water use during 2011–12

Boosted hot water for kitchen cleaning

1%

Building-cold water in bathrooms, kitchens and swimming pool

17%

Cooling tower

10%

Domestic hot water

4%

Flushometer – bathrooms

22.4%

Irrigation

44%

Water Features

2%

Go to Figure 10 


Figure 11—Monthly energy performance (for the 10% challenge)

 

GJ

Date

Target reduction

Target

Current (2011-12)

Baseline (2009-10)

Jul-11

1,418

12,758

14,603

14,176

Aug-11

1,393

12,533

13,298

13,926

Sep-11

1,202

10,818

11,770

12,020

Oct-11

1,201

10,807

10,835

12,008

Nov-11

1,045

9,402

10,323

10,446

Dec-11

1,055

9,491

9,152

10,545

Jan-12

985

8,867

9,598

9,852

Feb-12

1,030

9,274

10,237

10,305

Mar-12

1,059

9,534

10,636

10,594

Apr-12

960

8,644

10,052

9,604

May-12

1,263

11,363

14,325

12,626

Jun-12

1,430

12,870

13,990

14,300

Go to Figure 11 


Figure 12—Annual waste disposed to landfill and recycled

 

Tonnes

Financial year

Waste to landfill

Recycled paper

1998-99

584.

310.

1999-2000

646.

231.

2000-01

645.

207.

2001-02

625.

256.

2002-03

610.

262.

2003-04

644.

272.

2004-05

482.

320.

2005-06

475.

345.

2006-07

428.

260.

2007-08

471.

363.

2008-09

385.

307.

2009-10

389

275

2010-11

340

315

2011-12

403

279

Go to Figure 12 


Figure 13—Annual quantity of landscape waste

 

Tonnes

Financial year

Landfilled

Recycled

1998-99

159.

3.

1999-2000

193.

5.

2000-01

195.

114.

2001-02

491.

751.

2002-03

281.

441.

2003-04

149.

273.

2004-05

9.

382.

2005-06

8.56

775.38

2006-07

10.

195.

2007-08

.

187.

2008-09

3.2

183.5

2009-10

.

196.

2010-11

.

411.

2011-12

256.8

Go to Figure 13 


Figure 14—Annual co-mingled recycling waste

Financial Year

Tonnes

2007-08

14

2008-09

24

2009-10

27

2010-11

32

2011-12

30

Go to Figure 14 


Figure 15—Annual greenhouse gas emissions from electricity and gas

 

CO2-e tonnes

Financial year

Gas Carbon

Electricity Carbon

Savings from green energy

1988-89

9,142

41,574

.

1989-90

7,442

36,309

.

1990-91

5,857

33,701

.

1991-92

5,259

32,149

.

1992-93

5,437

31,531

.

1993-94

4,576

30,267

.

1994-95

3,858

27,872

.

1995-96

3,866

26,797

.

1996-97

3,355

27,054

.

1997-98

3,235

26,454

.

1998-99

3,520

26,799

.

1999-00

3,071

24,018

2,070

2000-01

2,766

22,014

4,209

2001-02

2,797

24,226

2,142

2002-03

2,600

24,501

2,888

2003-04

2,669

25,212

2,888

2004-05

3,016

23,699

3,008

2005-06

3,373

24,499

3,008

2006-07

3,235

20,911

6,970

2007-08

2,924

19,575

6,525

2008-09

2,234

20,594

6,836

2009-10

2,999

21,332

7,110

2010-11

3,058

24,661

2,740

2011-12

3,209

23,925

2,658

Go to Figure 15 



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