House of Representatives Committees

Contents

Membership of the Committee
List of abbreviations
Extract from the Votes and Proceedings of the House of Representatives
List of recommendations

Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 The Proposed Works
Chapter 3 Issues and Conclusions
Appendix A: List of Submissions
Appendix B: List of Witnesses
Appendix C: Submission No. 1 from the Department of Defence
Appendix D: Official Transcript of Evidence, 21 April 2005

Membership of the Committee

Chair Hon Judi Moylan MP
Deputy Chair Mr Brendan O’Connor MP
Members Mr John Forrest MP Senator Alan Ferguson
  Mr Harry Jenkins MP Senator Michael Forshaw
  Mr Bernie Ripoll MP Senator the Hon Judith Troeth
  Mr Barry Wakelin MP

Committee Secretariat

Secretary Mrs Margaret Swieringa
Inquiry Secretaries Ms Vivienne Courto
  Mr Raymond Knight
Administrative Officers Mr Peter Ratas

List of abbreviations

Defence Department of Defence
DSTO Defence Science and Technology Organisation
EOB Explosive Ordnance Breakdown
PAD Pre-acquisition Declaration
P&EE Proof and Experimental Establishment

Extract from the Votes and Proceedings of the House of Representatives

No. 13 dated Wednesday, 9 February 2005

PUBLIC WORKS—PARLIAMENTARY STANDING COMMITTEE—REFERENCE OF WORK—ORDNANCE BREAKDOWN FACILITY, PROOF AND EXPERIMENTAL ESTABLISHMENT SITE, PORT WAKEFIELD, SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Dr Stone (Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Finance and Administration), pursuant to notice, moved—That, in accordance with the provisions of the Public Works Committee Act 1969, the following proposed work be referred to the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works for consideration and report: Ordnance breakdown facility, proof and experimental establishment site, Port Wakefield, South Australia.

Question—put and passed.

List of recommendations

3 Issues and Conclusions

Recommendation 1

The Committee recommends that the proposed construction of an ordnance breakdown facility for the Defence Science and Technology Organisation at Port Wakefield, South Australia, proceed at the estimated cost of $8.4 million.

 

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