NCA Biannual Hearings Recommence

Issue date: Wednesday, 7 December 2022

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The Joint Standing Committee on the National Capital and External Territories will hold its first public hearing with the National Capital Authority (NCA) as the Committee’s biannual briefings recommence in the 47th Parliament. Biannual briefings with the NCA have been held regularly since 2009.

 

Committee Chair Ms Alicia Payne MP said: “These public meetings provide an excellent opportunity to scrutinise the work of the NCA and keep Australians across developments and issues affecting our national capital, Canberra.”

 

“The Committee intends to discuss a recent audit report of NCA procurement which was critical of its practices and recommended a range of changes for the NCA. The Committee is also looking forward to examining a range of current issues including high profile developments such as the Australian War Memorial, Commonwealth Avenue Bridge and the Canberra Light Rail.”

 

Further information about the biannual public briefings, including those held in previous Parliaments, can be found on the Committee’s website. 

Public hearing details

Date: Thursday 8 December 2022
Time: 3.00pm AEDT to 5.00pm AEDT
Location: Committee Room 1S5, Parliament House

The hearing will be broadcast live at aph.gov.au/live.

Media inquiries

Hamish McLennan
Office of Alicia Payne MP, Chair of Committee
hamish.mclennan@aph.gov.au         
0421 276 788

For background information

Committee Secretariat
02 6277 4355
JSCNCET@aph.gov.au

For more information about this Committee, you can visit its website. On the site, you can make a submission to an inquiry, read other submissions, and get details for upcoming public hearings. You can also track the Committee and receive email updates by clicking on the blue ‘Track this Committee’ button in the bottom right hand corner of the page.

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